Herbert John Mather

herbert mather
Herbert John Mather (age 97) of Beltsville, Maryland, passed away on Sunday, April 13 2008. Beloved husband of Teresa Mather & the late Irene Mather. Devoted father of Gary D. Mather & wife, Tina of McLean, Virginia; stepdaughters Wanda Reyes, & the late Lana Bauserman. Grandfather of Christopher & Michael Mather, & Kristen Weeks; brother of George Mather, Margorie Vizard, & the late Dorothy Palmer; uncle of Dorothy Toth, Garna Wenger, & George Mather, Jr. He retired from Pan Am after 30 years as a manager of data processing. He traveled the world extensively. He was a member of the Beltsville Lions Club for 16 & one half years & was recognized as Lion of the Year in 2002 & was on the Board of Directors for six years. He set a club record during his two years as White Cane Chairman by collecting over $5000 each year. The club has not come close since then, & the Lion Herbs record will stand for many years. Memorial services will be held at Money & King Funeral Home, 171 W. Maple Ave., Vienna, VA on Sunday, April 20 at 2pm. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Beltsville Lions Club, P.O. Box 252, Beltsville, MD 20704 or to Vistas Hospice Charitable Foundation, 1604 Spring Hill Rd, Ste. 450, Vienna, VA 22182.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. A great friend who I enjoyed knowing and associating with for 48 years. Herb will be missed! Doe his neice and I loved him! He was always good for a laugh. He had a great outlook on life!!

  2. Dear Gary, At this difficult time we wish you strength and our thoughts go out to you. With Sympathy Alan S. Marx, D.D.S. and Staff

  3. As a person who loved life, who lived it to the fullest, who always had a great story, who was able to put a smile on your face when you didn’t feel like smiling – Herbie will be sorely missed. More importantly, as the grandfather to my two incredible sons, he was, beyond measure, the best! He loved them so dearly! The legacy he leaves behind for his grandsons is and will continue to be wonderful, fun loving memories for the remainder of their lives and all of us who will miss him greatly. My deepest sympathies go out to you Gary as I can only imagine how difficult a time this is for you. You are to be commended on taking such good care of “pops” and keeping him in an environment he knew and loved during his last years of failing health. God Bless ~ Mary

  4. Our deepest sympathies at this difficult time. We will miss Mr. Mather. God Bless Scott Andrews – EOSC

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