Justin Adam Painter of Glen Burnie, MD passed away on Friday, February 9th, 2018 at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, MD, at the age of 30. He was born on October 17th, 1987 in Baltimore, MD to Raymond Lee Painter, Jr. and Renee Denisanne (Hearn) Painter.
Justin worked as a Transportation Engineer Technician, inspecting construction work of roadways and bridges for MDTA. Known for his funny sense of humor, Justin had a knack for making people laugh despite how bad someone’s day was going. He was loved by many; and known for being dependable, kind and extremely generous. You could always find him in the kitchen with his head in the fridge as he loved to plan his next meal and had a nickname of “Munchie”, amongst his family and friends. He was extremely adventurous, visiting new places he had never seen before and enjoyed being on the water, fishing rod in hand. Aside from his extreme passion for fishing, he loved playing on his guitar, taking long drives while listening to his favorite music and cheering on the Redskins during football season. Justin was ambitious about life, always setting new goals for himself and never settling for less when it came to the things he wanted out of life. He met the love of his life, Danielle Jeffrey, on July 25th, 2010 and proposed to her December 13th, 2015. They shared two dogs, Sadie and Dexter, and were working towards owning their first house together. As of most recent, he had been planning and looking forward to his upcoming wedding on April 21st, 2018. Justin will always be remembered for how compassionate he was towards others and living life to the fullest.
In addition to his parents Justin is survived by his fiancée, Danielle Jeffrey; best friend, Kevin Richmond; grandparents, Shirley Pearson, Raymond Painter, Sr., Brenda Casimo, Mike Casimo and Kathy Hearn and great grandmother, Thelma Garland.
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