Sheila Damie

Sheila P. Damie

June 21, 1942 - March 14, 2021
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    Wednesday, March 17th, 2021 | 12:00pm
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Robert I. Damie Race For Our Kids

1425 Clarkview Road, Suite 100, Baltimore, MD 21209


Sheila P. Damie, of Lutherville Timonium, MD, passed away on Sunday, March 14th, 2021 at the age of 78. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert Damie, her brother, Marty Paul, and her parents, Eva and Albert Paul. She is survived by her children, Denise (Nick) Comaromi, Tracy (Kevin) Wallett, and Rachel (Mark) Larsen, her sister-in-law, Ann Paul, and her grandchildren, Jonathan Comaromi, Sara Comaromi, Karli Wallett, Kyle Wallett, Nathan Larsen, and Emily Larsen.

A Virtual Funeral will be held on Wednesday, March 17th, 2021 at 12:00 pm. Interment . Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to the Robert I. Damie Race for our Kids, 1425 Clarkview Rd. suite 100, Baltimore, MD 21209.
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Mara (Finglass) Higgins

Posted at 02:33pm
Sheila and Bob were such wonderful friends to my parents (Jean & Ron Finglass). I still find it amazing that they were only neighbors for a relatively short time, but continued their relationship for decades after my parents moved to Columbia. I have such fond memories of Sheila and Bob at so many of our family events, from Bat Mitzvahs to even my wedding up in Maine! They will be missed dearly, but the memories my parents made with them will certainly live on.

Rita Walpert & Marcy Carnerie

Posted at 12:05pm
To Denise, Tracy, Rachel, and family. We are so sorry to hear of Sheila's passing. We will really miss her. You girls have lost both parents in just five months. We have such heartfelt compassion. We know your family will stay close and support one another. Our prayers are with you. - Rita Walpert & Marcy Carnerie

Merle Caplan

Posted at 05:39pm
Dear Denise and family,

I was shocked to hear of Sheila's passing. I tried to call her after Bob's passing to see how she was but she didn't return my calls. I didn't know why. My thoughts are with you all. She was such a devoted mother and wife. I knew Sheila and Bob for 56 years. I wanted to go out to lunch with both of them , when I found out Bob was sick. Be comforted by the lovely memories of both of your parents.
Jay and Joey also sends their condolences.

Barry koppel

Posted at 08:05am
Robert and Marty so sorry about Sheilas passing our prayers are with you

Linda Howard

Posted at 06:34pm
To Sheila's Family:

I was very saddened to hear of the passing of your Mom, Grandma, Friend, etc. We didn't get to see each other too often, but did manage to meet for lunch. She was a kind, soft spoken woman who would say what was on her mind. We would reminisce about when we were young and would always go over our Bubby's house. (I went with my Mom (Florence/Shashe) Paul Howard and Dad Milton Howard. Bubby would always let me pick out a hat from her store. Of course that is why I wanted to go. Anyway I always had a good time when I was in Sheila's company. May her memory be for a blessing.

Barbara and Arnold Sindler

Posted at 05:20pm
Our best memory of Shiela and Bob was at the endless dance recitals we endured for the sake of our granddaughters. We hope your wonderful memories will sustain you during this difficult time and in the future. We will miss them both.

Jay Lowy

Posted at 01:21pm
Jay, Susanna, and Josh Lowy send our condolences to all of the family. Fond memories of the time when Jean and Ron Finglass were your neighbors. We love and appreciate how much Sheila and Bob remained interested in our family.

Jonathan, Sara, Karli, Nathan, Kyle, Emily

Posted at 01:15pm
From Sheila's grandchildren:

Our grandmother was an amazing woman. Grandma was beautiful, supportive, funny, and incredibly intelligent. Seriously, she was so smart. She was so good at crossword puzzles and Jeopardy. Watching Jeopardy with her was impressive. She had it recorded every night! One time she came over for dinner and I mistakenly suggested that we watch Jeopardy at 7:30. Grandma corrected me and told me that at that point we had missed it because it’s on at 7, not 7:30. Some of her knowledge came from her experience from traveling the world. One day, Emily was at Grandma’s and she asked Grandma about everything in the curio cabinet, the one that is near the entrance in her house. Grandma went on to tell Emily about the places she traveled and items she got when traveled that are now in that curio cabinet. One of the many places she traveled to with Pop-Pop was Portugal. Right before their trip, Kyle had mentioned to his mom that he wanted a video game that was only being sold in Europe. What good timing! Aunt Tracy called up Grandma and Pop-Pop and told them about the video game. When they were in Portugal, they went to the mall, walked into the video game store, and handed the salesperson a sticky note with the name of the video game and they bought Kyle a video game in Portugal. This was just one of the many occasions our grandma went above and beyond for us. Speaking of things that Grandma gave us...something Grandma always gave us was M&Ms. Grandma always had M&Ms at her house. Even at the age of 4 years old, I knew where she kept the M&Ms. Grandma loved her chocolate and never failed to share with us.
One of our favorite memories with Grandma was the day we had breakfast at Grandma and Pop-Pop’s. We had breakfast, listened to music, and spent the entire rest of the day together. In the afternoon, we were stuck inside because of the rain, so we decided to play a game. Pop-Pop went off into his room to read or rest but Grandma stayed out with the 6 grandkids and played silly computer games with us for hours. Grandma was not a boisterous person; it was nice just to do everyday things together. She was quiet, but her presence was always felt.
Grandma was very thoughtful, whether it was something big, like flying up from Florida to see Kyle in his school play, or something small. Grandma knew that Karli likes calamari, so every time Grandma was out to eat and had calamari, she would text Karli a picture. Her little gestures to show she paid attention to details went a long way.
While we are devastated that our loved Grandma is gone, we know she is with Pop-Pop making sure we are all being looked after. The love that Grandma and Pop-Pop had throughout life, as well as how they translated it into our family will never fade. We will miss her forever but are beyond grateful for the lifetime of love and memories she has given to us. We love you Grandma.

Roslyn and Leonard Goldheim

Posted at 12:56pm
Len and I send our sincerest condolences to the entire Damie Family; Shelia was a wonderful person. We always enjoyed going to dinner after services on Friday nights with Sheila and Bob and talking with them. We are so so sorry that both of them are no longer with us. We know that they will be missed by all of us, but they are together now. May Sheila and Bob's memory be for a blessing!!

Rabbi Weiner and both the girls spoke beautifully about Sheila and their memories of her.
All our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this sad time.


Jim Blum

Posted at 12:49pm
Sheila and Bob were my dear friends from their time in Greenetree.
Sheila’s dedication to family and friends was legendary. In addition to being well-read,she was alert to the world around her. She and Bob were upstanding , dedicated members of the community. They rose from humble beginnings to accomplish great things.
In particular, especially during tax season, life was never easy.
I always enjoyed their company, and I had the great pleasure to spend time with them for a few days every January when I attended a charity board meeting in Palm Beach. Their memory is a great treasure.

Jerry and Jean Danoff

Posted at 12:44pm
Jerry and I are thinking of you and sending our deepest sympathy and love to all.

Maxine Rosenberg Sisserman

Posted at 12:44pm
My deepest sympathies to the Damie family on their loss of their beloved Mother, Grandmother and wonderful friend. My memories of Sheila go back to Jr High school. She was always sweet and kind and didn’t mince words it softly. I just recently found out about Bob. So very sorry for this monumental loss.

Kelli Kolodny

Posted at 12:34pm
Denise, Tracy and Rachel,
I have so many memories at your house especially your parents encouraging us to make good choices. Your mom was so kind and your parents created a wonderful life for you 3. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you and your families.

David and Ellen Kopel

Posted at 12:12pm
From The Kopel Family
Denise, Tracy and Rachel.. We are so heartbroken to hear the news about Sheila's passing. I remember those days on Calgary Court back in the 80's when both Bob and Sheila took me in as their own SON when I had no place to go. I will be forever grateful for the life experiences they taught me which have made me the Mensch I am today. We love you Bob and Sheila, forever ! Dave and Ellen Kopel

Stephanie Geller

Posted at 11:54am
Sending all my love to you and your family. When I think back to high school and all the time I spent at your house, your mom's smile quickly comes to mind. Please know you have my deepest sympathies, and know I am always here if you need anything.

The Rask Family

Posted at 11:52am
The Damie Girls were surely raised to be unbelievably loving and loyal daughter, mothers, wives, friends and sister. The girls constant presence and support of both their parents as they went through these heartbreaking losses is something any parent would be proud of. We are so sorry that any of this happened and that you all have endured such loss and pain. You all have many many people who love you and will support you through your grief. Let it be of comfort to you that they are together and not suffering any longer.

Marci Messick

Posted at 11:45am
Denise, Tracy and Rachel, I'm so incredibly sorry for your loss. In many ways, Sheila was a second mom to me. Even in recent years, when we had the shop, she would drop in to see how I was. I'm sending all of you much love, light and peace.

harvey and marilyn holzman

Posted at 11:07am
To The Damie Family:
Harvey and Marilyn are very sorrow for your loss and hope that her memories will comfort you now and in the future.

Sue and Merv Hurwitz

Posted at 09:38am
To the Damie family,
We are deeply saddened by your tragic loss of Sheila and extend our deepest sympathy. May you find comfort in your memories, and may she Rest In Peace.

Jesse and Diane Harris

Posted at 09:10am
Dear Denise, Tracy, Rachel and families
We were saddened to learn of the passing of your beloved mother and grandmother, Sheila. For the many years that she and your Dad belonged to Temple Oheb Shalom, we knew her to be quiet and reserved often speaking her mind only after giving much thought to her words but when she articulated an opinion it provided meaningful conversation and an exchange of ideas. She and your Dad were a perfect complement to each other and the love and respect they had for each of you made for a loving and caring family.
It is our hope that the great memories you share with each other will do much to ease the pain of your loss. May Sheila Damie’s memory always be for a blessing.

Michelle Davis

Posted at 08:32am
Tracy, Denise, Rachel & family,
Our condolences to all of you! So many wonderful memories you have of your mom to cherish!
Michelle & Darrin

Ileen and Alvin Bard

Posted at 09:06pm
Dear Denise, Tracy, Rachel, and Family,
Please accept our heartfelt condolences upon the loss of your Mother and our dear friend Sheila. We will miss the good times we had with your Mom and Dad both in Florida and in Baltimore. They spoke to us so often about their wonderful children and grandchildren. Although this is a most difficult time, we hope that your loving memories of your parents will comfort you in the days ahead.

Susy and Barry Green

Posted at 08:52pm
We were so sad to hear of your mom's passing. We have known Sheila and Bob for many years, first through Marriage Encounter and later at temple. We also went out with them when they were in Sarasota. You girls were the light of their lives, as were your children. We hope that you will remember all of the happy times you all shared and that those memories will ease your pain in the
weeks and months ahead.

Gail Ominsky

Posted at 07:50pm
Dear Denise, Tracy and Rachel:
My heart is grieving at the loss of my dear friend, Sheila. We were close friends since childhood. She was gentle in actions and words and was extremely proud of her devoted daughters and grandchildren. Those who came to know Sheila had to realize how special a person she was. May she rest in peace.

Linda Freud

Posted at 06:37pm
To Sheila's family, as so many others have stated, Sheila and Bob were wonderful people. May your loving memories of two wonderful people sustain you at this time.

Olivia & Mark Sheinkopf

Posted at 05:25pm
Dear Denise, Tracy, Rachel and Family,
Our hearts are broken at the loss of my dear cousin Sheila.
Sheila & I were first cousins and we spent much time together in our youth. Sheila would visit me at our home in Washington,DC every summer for a week and I would visit her in the summer at Aunt Eve & Uncle Al's home in Baltimore. During our teenage years we enjoyed dancing at the Carlin Park Pool to rock & roll every summer. We had a lot of fun together. When were adults we had many joyous times together at each others family celebrations. Sheila & Bob were a wonderful pair that few could compare to.
We will always love her & Bob and will miss them everyday.

Marv & Marion Howard

Posted at 01:13pm
We are saddened to hear about Sheila and didn't know about Bob either. I have many fond and pleasant memories of growing up with Sheila as my cousin. I also have happy memories of being with Bob at the U S Open in New York. Wish the family the best

Dorothy Nachman

Posted at 01:02pm
My heart breaks for you girls. Shelia will be greatly missed

Susan and Howard Rubenstein

Posted at 12:15pm
Dear Denise, Tracy, Rachel and Family,
Our hearts are broken at the loss of our dear friend Sheila. The care and devotion you gave her are a true testament to the wonderful way that she and Bob raised you. She loved her family and friends unconditionally, and we loved her in return. She was a special person and will be greatly missed.

phyllis radinsky

Posted at 12:08pm
so sorry for your loss. memories will be a blessing. everyone will miss sheila. love to all of your famiy.

Anne Berman

Posted at 11:36am
Your mother was a wonderful person. My husband and I knew her and your dad through Temple and our mutual friendship with Jerry and Jean Danoff. May your mother’s memory always be a blessing in your lives.
Anne and Barry Berman

Maxine and Bob Lowy

Posted at 11:31am
Dear "Damie sisters"
Our hearts ache for you and your families on the loss of your beloved mother and grandmother. Sheila was the perfect complement to Bob - soft spoken and quiet to his amazing outgoing personality. But they were a beautiful team and together they raised 3 beautiful daughters. We have great memories of our days together in Randallstown, and later at TOS. May Sheila's memory be a blessing to all who love her. Stay strong.

Sharon Gross

Posted at 10:23am
I am so saddened to hear about the passing of Sheila My heart breaks for all the daughters and grandchildren. We were neighbors for a long time with Bob snd Sheila. They were wonderful. May she Rest In Peace with Bob

Barbara Cohen

Posted at 10:18am
My sister, Ellen Cohen Bedell and I are so sorry to read this heartbreaking news so closely following the loss of your dad. We grew up living two doors away from Sheila, Marty, Eve and Al on Highgate. Marty and our other neighbor Paul could be found playing all kinds of sports outside and Sheila was our babysitter. Later, I babysat for your family. Always sweet, fun and loving. A "grownup" role model for my sister and I. Please accept our deepest sympathies. I hope that knowing so many have beautiful memories will comfort you.

Rabbi David Herman Shaarei tfiloh Congregation

Posted at 09:58am
Shaarei Tfiloh Congegation deeply mourns the passing of our member, Mrs. Sheila Damie of blessed memory. Together with her beloved Bob , they brought much joy and happiness into the lives of their precious family, many friends and the community at large. Sheila was straight as an arrow and you always knew where she stood on a matter. She pulled no punches. Hashem knew exactly what he was doing when he arranged a chance meeting at a bus stop between Bob and Sheila over 50 years ago! Talk about Bashert! They were beloved and pleasant in life and now they are inseparable. I know these past few difficult months have been simply a taste of Marror (Bitter Herbs) for the family. Know that the last thing that we taste at the Seder is the 4th cup of sweet wine. That is the memory that the family should have of your mother and grandfather. A person of sweetness and great strength. May Hashem give the family a sip from his cup of consolation. May the family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem

Sharon and Phillip Sagal

Posted at 08:43am
Reminiscing was always a large part of our evenings with Sheila and Bob. We will always have fond memories and know that you girls will have so many moments to smile about. Please accept our deepest condolences.

Ruthie Monninger

Posted at 08:26am
Girls - my thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time in your life. Mom was such a special person and I will always remember our wonderful mah jongg trips where we played until the wee hours of the morning. Our games will never be the same without her.

Susie and Jerry Reichmister

Posted at 08:26am
Shocked to hear of your mother”s death - we went to Forest Park High School together and Sheila was always so kind and friendly and soft spoken to everyone . When she and Bob married they were neighbors to my aunt and uncle - Freda and Irv Grollman - Bob was part of a “ hands on” group of men who helped Irv - afflicted with MS in all sorts of ways that allowed my relatives to stay in their home . We would see your parents at Lifebridge events over the years and reminisce about my relatives. He holds a special place in my heart for all that he did for them . Together now again - much to soon ! We are saddened for your loss .

Hyll Krevolin

Posted at 07:38am
Denise and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Sheila's passing. I have fond memories of your parents. My deepest and most sincere and heartfelt sympathy. May all of the good memories that you have be a comfort to you and the family.


Ronnie Footlick

Posted at 07:32am
Dear Damie family....,what a terrible loss of your Mom so soon after your wonderful Dad. Not only did Sheila and I go to high school together oh so many years ago, but Mom and Dad worked for so long to bring great healthcare to the region thru LifeBridge Health. I will miss sharing the journey with them and remember them with great affection. My condolences to you all!

Linda Braiterman Silverman

Posted at 07:02am
I am so sorry to learn of Sheila's passing. My heart aches for all of you. There are no words for such a terrible loss of your parents. May good memories be a comfort, may her soul be blessed and may she rest in peace. My most sincere condolences to all of your family.

Sue and Larry Schultz

Posted at 09:24pm
Dear Denise, Tracy, and Rachel, Larry and I are so sorry to hear this terrible news of your Mother’s passing. We had so much fun with them I when we all lived in Randallstown,

My heart is broken for the three of you and what you’ve had to go through in such a short amount of time. Please know that our Hearts and Prayers are with all of you and your children. I know you will all take care of each other. Please accept our deepest sympathy.

Jo Halle Franklin

Posted at 08:35pm
Tracy, Rachel , Denise and family, I was so shocked to read of your mother's passing. Please accept my deepest sympathy. My heart and thoughts are with you at this very sad time in your lives. Know how proud both of your parents were of all of you.

Sherri Bell, co-Chair, Caring Hands of HS-OSC

Posted at 08:08pm
The Caring Hands Committee of Har Sinai-Oheb Shalom Congregation extends our heartfelt condolences to Sheila's family. May her memory always be for an abiding blessing.

Jodi Smith

Posted at 08:08pm
Dear Denise, Tracy, Rachel and family,

When I was a kid I used to wonder why we called your mom “Aunt” Sheila when she wasn’t a relative. Now that I’m older and I look back I know exactly why we referred to her and your Dad as Aunt & Uncle... they were family. She was the first one my mom called in the middle of the night when her water broke and she was in labor with me. Aunt Sheila came over to stay with my brothers and even washed my parents sheets in the middle of the night. As a kid, I spent lots of time at the Damie house... sleepovers, dinners, and holiday celebrations among others. Aunt Sheila has always been a part of my life and for that I will be forever grateful to have known her. I’m especially grateful for her requirement that there be chocolates served when my mother hosted maj! ;) Sending you lots of love and hugs as you face yet another challenge life has thrown your way.

Steve and Michele Hecht, Grapeview, WA

Posted at 07:24pm
We are sending our deepest condolences to Ann and the rest of the family. We are very sad at this news.

Sheila Mentz

Posted at 06:51pm
Dear Denise,
I was so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. She was such a wonderful lady and I always enjoyed being with her and dad at Har Sinai and Beth Tfiloh. It was fun having the same name especially with dad around. My deepest and most sincere and heartfelt sympathy. May all of the good memories that you have be a comfort to you and the family.

Susan & Joe Closic

Posted at 06:06pm
Dear Denise, Tracy, Rachel, and families,
Our hearts are broken. Neighbors for 20 years and friends for much longer than that. We can’t believe we lost both of them in such a short period of time. Hopefully your wonderful memories of them will bring a smile to your face. Love, Susan & Joe

Diane and Arnold Wasserman, Boynton Beach, FL

Posted at 05:39pm
So sorry to hear of Sheila’s passing. We will miss her and your father. Wonderful times are remembered together at restaurants and luncheons. May the memories of good times past help to sustain you in your time of sorrow. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jae and Arnold Zalis

Posted at 05:37pm
We are so saddened to hear of Sheila's passing. Now mom and dad are together again. May all the wonderful memories bring you comfort in this difficult time. Sincere condolences to all of the family.

Susan and Ken Davidson

Posted at 05:30pm
To the dear family of Shelia -- Ken and I are saddened to hear of Shelia's passing. Please know that we enjoyed both Shelia and Bob's company very much, especially dining together with them and other wonderful Temple friends after Shabbat Services. May their memories always be for a blessing.

Mel Heitt

Posted at 05:16pm
I'm so saddened to hear of your mom's demise, so soon after losing your dad. May their memories be a gift that will always produce a smile on your face when recalling them.

Rabbi Floyd Herman

Posted at 04:50pm
Denise, Nick and Family, So sorry to hear of your mother's death. I remember both your parents very fondly. I know how much they cared for all of you. May you be comforted by beautiful memories.

Lois Schlaffer

Posted at 04:44pm
Dearest Denise,Tracy,and Rachel,
Needless to say I was shocked to hear of Mom’s passing.she had called me after Dad died. I know you had terrific parents and they were wonderful grandparents to your children. May God give you three strength you have each other and all your wonderful memories please remember they were always so proud of you girls and all you each have accomplished.

Sheldon and Beverly Forchheimer

Posted at 04:43pm
Dear Denise,Tracy,and Rachel, Shel and I are so sorry to hear of Sheila's passing.We will miss her and your Dad and the wonderful times we spent together. I know I will remember our lunches and converstions we shared, it was alot of fun.

Fran & Richard Shure

Posted at 04:42pm
Dear Damie family
We are so sorry to learn of Sheila’s passing. Please accept our most heartfelt condolences.
Francine and Richard Shure

Stan and Barbara(nee Weikers) Friedman

Posted at 04:27pm
Dear Damie Family,
It is with much sadness to learn of the passing of you beloved mother and grandmother Sheila. We knew each other since we were young mothers and met at Child Study ASsoc. of MD. Years later we found out that your parents lived in the same development,where we purchased a condo, so we spent more time together. Sheila and Bob were friends and neighbors and will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May the love of family and friends comfort you at this sad and difficult time. Love, Barbara and Stan

Gail and Stanley Friedler

Posted at 04:17pm
Dear Denise, Tracy and Rachel and family ,
We are so saddened by Sheila’s passing. She and Bob were a wonderful couple.
This is such a huge loss for you family. Sheila was a truly wonderful person. May the memories you have bring comfort to you at this most difficult time.

Karen and Ron Ginsberg

Posted at 03:55pm
Ron and I are so sorry to hear of Sheila’s passing. We will always remember Sheila and Bob joining a whole group of us for Chinese food after Friday night services at Oheb. They were a lovely couple, both warm and friendly, and those dinners were filled with laughter and conversation. We hope the wonderful memories you have of both your mom and dad will comfort you at this sad time.

Micki Schwartz

Posted at 03:37pm
Dear Denise, Tracy and Rachel,
We are so very sorry for the loss of your mother. We will miss her and your dad here in Coral Lakes. We always looked forward to spending time with the two of them here. They were a lovely couple and surely will be missed. May your memories of good times comfort you in your rime of sorrow.

Joel Simon

Posted at 01:49pm
Denise, Jonathan, Rachel, Tracy, and family, please accept my condolences on the passing of your mother and grandmother. Your family's devotion to both your parents was a tribute the way they raised you. May her memory be a comfort and blessing to you all.

Elaine & Jerry Silverstein

Posted at 01:44pm
Dear Denise, Tracy and Rachel,

We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved Mother. We will miss her and your Dad and all the wonderful times we spent with them in Florida - lots of eating out, cards & mah jongg and hours of just enjoying being with them.

Rhona Simon and Alan Taylor

Posted at 12:56pm
Dear Denise and Family,
Our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved mother and grandmother. We hope that your beautiful memories will be of comfort during this most difficult time. May her memory be for a blessing.

Eva Schwerer

Posted at 12:37pm
Dear Denise, Tracy and Rachel,
I am deeply sorry for this great loss of your mother, and also my good friend. May she rest in peace.
We shared our summers in Baltimore, and our winters in Coral Lakes. May your memories of good times help you in this difficult time. My thoughts are with you

Linda Plotkin

Posted at 12:06pm
To the Damie family,
My deepest condolences to all of you on the loss of your beloved Sheila. We played Maj together for many years and I enjoyed spending time with her. May the good memories you have of her help you through this difficult time

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