Mildred W. Metzger "Millie", age 85, of Frederick, MD, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 22, 2022.\r\n\r\nMillie was born October 6, 1936, in Norfolk, Virginia to the late Chester G. Warrington and Jeanette Bullman Warrington. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her daughter Norma Ann Bryant and her brother Gerald G. Warrington.\r\n\r\nMillie is survived by her two children. Her daughter, Roberta B. Dugan, and her son Robert L. Bryant IV. She is also survived by her: four grandchildren, Christopher Patrick Dugan, Ryan Francis Dugan, Summer Maenner, and Kyle Bryant; five great-grandchildren, Madelyn Maenner, Killian Maenner, Gabriel Maenner, Nikolai Christopher Lyons, and Olivia Rose Dugan. \r\n\r\nMillie attended Norview High School in Norfolk, Virginia, and later married her high school sweetheart, the late Robert L. Bryant III. The couple enjoyed three children together. She later remarried before moving the family to Silver Spring, Maryland in the 1970s. \r\n\r\nMillie's legacy will truly be the love she shared for her family.\r\n\r\nMillie was first and foremost a loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Her family meant everything to her. Her children were always her top priority. She had a great smile and a wonderful warm personality. Everyone who met her loved her. She was a generous, kind, and gentle person who lived a very full life with her family.\r\n \r\nShe was blessed with many hobbies and was a very creative person. Her family often enjoyed her delicious baked goods and home-cooked meals. She also loved to crochet and worked in plastic canvas creating some of the most beautiful and treasured items that she would share as gifts. \r\nShe also had a great passion for animals and loved sitting for her neighbors' pets. She cherished them as if they were part of her extended family.\r\n\r\nAt the time of her passing Millie was enjoying the freedom of retirement. Living with her son, she met many of the neighbors and made many close friends.\r\n\r\nMost importantly, Millie had a deep love for her entire family and cherished all the great times they had together, she particularly loved the family weekend get-togethers at her grandsons. The family Thanksgiving's and Christmas celebrations and birthday parties for her great-grandchildren. \r\n\r\nShe was one special lady. She will be missed.\r\n\r\nThere will be a private memorial service for Millie's friends and family in the Spring of 2022.