Ammenheuser, Robert G.
Robert Grant Ammenheuser, 84, of Harmans, Maryland passed away peacefully at his home on March 14, surrounded by family.
Robert was born in Baltimore City on May 12, 1935. After graduating from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute in 1955, he served in the US Army for three years, attaining the rank of Sargent, and then began a long and dedicated career at the National Security Agency. He was a faithful member of the Roman Catholic Church. For many years he was an active parishioner at St. Lawrence Martyr in Jessup, and for the past 15 years he was an active parishioner at the National Shrine of St. Alphonsus Ligouri in Baltimore.
In 1957 he met his wife of 62 years, Judith (Frambes) Ammenheuser on a blind date. They were married the same year, and went on to have four devoted daughters, Denise, Cindy, Wendy and Amy.
After retiring from NSA, he enjoyed spending time with his thirteen grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren teaching them everything he knew about cars and all things mechanical.
He is survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Judith Frambes Ammenheuser, his four devoted daughters and their families, Denise Whiting, Cindy Anderson, Wendy (Dan) Sites and Amy (Brad) Rose; thirteen grandchildren, Thomas (Karen) Whiting, Kyle Anderson, Tyler (Amanda) Anderson, Michael Anderson, John (Kelly) Reece, Andrew (Michelle) Reece, Jared (Agnes) Reece, William (Savannah) Reece, Elizabeth (James) Molino, Rebecca (Chad) Baldwin, Cassandra Rose, Evan Rose, Benjamin Rose; and nine great-grandchildren, Riley Reece, Aneliya Molino, Grant Reece, Theodore Reece, Magdalyn Molino, Cordelia Molino, Hallie Reece, Avery Anderson, Rosalie Baldwin, one brother Harry (Dorothy) Ammenheuser of New Jersey, and he is preceded in death by one brother Roger (Phyllis) Ammenheuser of Florida.
Family requests those to visit the family owned Gonce Funeral Service P.A. 4001 Ritchie Highway on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. Services and interment will be private.
Maryland is Currently under state of emergency.
The following guidelines as set into place by Governor Hogan will effect services here at our Funeral home.
- There can be no gatherings of over 50 people.
- There must be room for people to keep a distance from each other.
- High risk individuals or those who are sick should not attend such gatherings.
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