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Jerome Dustin Jr., 68

Maryland – Jerome Dustin Jr. March 29, 1944 to January 26, 2013. Beloved husband, father, and grandfather.

Joe, or Buddy to his family, enjoyed traveling and visiting with family and friends. Watching his four grandsons grow was among his greatest joys.

He was born and raised in Seymour, IN, where he was an Eagle Scout. He was a graduate of the Purdue University School of Engineering, class of 1968, and worked as an Electrical Engineer for 35 years. He was a resident of Laurel, MD for the last 23 years.

After his retirement, he founded B&G Enterprises, the driving force behind Camp B&G. He also enjoyed spoiling his family in Disneyworld. Additionally, he relished time with the pelicans and in-laws on the Gulf Coast.

He is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Barbara Jane (Disney) Dustin; his son, Christopher Dustin and his wife Kimberly (Fine) Dustin and their two sons, Kevin and Cameron of Harleysville, PA; his daughter, Emily (Dustin) Moroney and her husband Andrew Moroney and their two sons, Connor and Deven of Northborough; his nephews, John and Andrew Martinez; his niece, Lisa (Martinez) Baldus and her husband Andrew Baldus and son Matthew Baldus, of Silver Spring, MD; his sister, Ann (Dustin) Kirby, of Lansing, MI; his brother-in-law, Mike Disney and his wife Bonnie, of Columbus, IN; and his brother-in-law, Jerry Disney and his wife Kathy of South Beloit, IL. He is preceded by his father, Jerome Dustin, and mother, Virginia (Oliver) Dustin, of Seymour, IN, and sister Donna Ruth (Dustin) Martinez and her husband Sam Martinez of Silver Spring, MD.

He was deeply loved and is greatly missed. His was a life well lived.

For online condolences, please visit www.donaldsonfuneralhome.com.

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