This page is dedicated to gamers who are no longer with us, now playing games at a much higher existential level.
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Active member from October 1996 to 2005.
Attendee at Original GCOM Baltimore location
Frequent Game Days, WBC and Prezcon attendee.
It is with great sorrow that we announce the death Tony Cadden, of Orchard Beach, MD, who passed away on Jan. 6, 2006, after a long illness. Tony loved gaming, including trivia and wargames. Tournaments he played at WBC included History of the World. He was also a civil war buff, owning lots of period items and frequently particpating in renactments. Tony had served in the Marines. He is survived by a wife, three brothers and other family members. He was buried in a closed casket ceremony at Arlington National Cemetary on Jan. 26. 2006.
Active member from November 2007 to 2008
Attendee at GCOM Reisterstown
Introduced entire Eller family to Gaming.
August 12, 2009
Hal was an active member of Games Club of Maryland. He was the host of Alphabet Soup, co-host of Glen Burnie, Elkridge and the former Columbia locations, a GCOM Director at Large, and a regular at several GCOM locations and events. He was also very active in the Baltimore Science Fiction Society and the annual Baltimore Science Fiction Convention ("Balticon").
July 1943 - October 2015
Doug was an active member of Games Club of Maryland for over 15 years. He was the host of the Capitol Hill and Potomac locations, and the co-host of the Rockville South and Silver Spring locations. He was also a GCOM Patron Member and a regular attendee at numerous GCOM locations and events.
Regular at GCOM Potomac
Founder of GCOM Potomac
John P. Roberts, Jr.
Host of GCOM Westminster
Regular attendee at GCOM Laurel
Harold L. Siegelman
Harold was an avid Bridge and Puerto Rico player. He was a regular at GCOM Columbia.
His memory is honored by EuroQuest's Harold L. Siegelman award.
1946 - 2011
David was a fixture for several years at several GCOM locations, including Columbia, Parkville, Elkridge, and Reisterstown.