Stuart Fairfax Hamill, III

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Stuart Fairfax Hamill, III

April 19, 1949 - March 05, 2019

Stuart Fairfax Hamill, III Stuart "Stu" Fairfax Hamill, III, of Oakland, passed away at age 69 at his home on March 5, 2019. Stuart was born on April 19, 1949 in Oakland to the late Marjorie R. Hamill and the late Circuit Court Judge Stuart F. Hamill, II. He attended Southern High School where he played football and Frostburg State College.
Stuart served in the United States Navy and the United States Merchant Marines as a Captain. His Merchant Marines duties included service ranging from Maine to the Yucatan Peninsula. He also attended numerous maritime institutes. Stuart was a member of the Oakland Elks Lodge #2481 and Proctor Kildow American Legion Post #71. He loved traveling, sports, motorcycling and boating.
Stuart is survived by his partner, Barbara J. Lucas; a brother, Geoffrey Hamill; a sister, Elizabeth H. Hart; a half-sister, Linda S. Ropka and a step-brother, Rick Bailey. He also leaves behind his beloved cat, Buster.
Information regarding Stuart's memorial service will be announced at a later date. The C & S Fredlock Funeral Home, P.A., Oakland, has been entrusted with arrangements.
Published on March 9, 2019
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Beverly Railey Robinson
Mar 14, 2019
May my cousin, Stuart, Rest In Peace. Prayers go out for all who loved him.

Photo is from 1952, when we played in front of Stone Tavern at Deep Creek Lake.
Sharon and Rick Bailey
Mar 12, 2019
Our children always loved when they were little and you stopped by our house for a visit. Stuart you quickly brought a smile to their faces. Autumn Glory at your house was a highlight of the Fall. The years went too quickly, and as always we should have spent more time together!! We will miss your smiling face. To the rest of the family, our deepest sympathies. Please hold onto those special memories and each other....life is too short.