Arne Poul Rasmussen obituary
sister, and 2 to 4 11 until many the 63 Mary from Arne Rasmussen Arne Poul Rasmussen, 75, a resident of Severna Park for 46 died April 30 at Anne Arundel Medical Center from complications of abdominal surgery after a. brief illness. Mr. Rasmussen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, and raised in White Plains, N.Y., and Philadelphia. He worked with father as a carpenter prior to Â»ing- in,-.the -Coast. -.Guard, World War II at Adak Island in Alaska. He then earned a bachelor of science degree in electric'al engineering from: Drexel. University; Philadelphia. . _ . . He worked at Westinghouse Defense Center for 38 years he held eight patents. He was a member of several church choirs and sang with the Annapolis Chorale. Active with Boy Scouts of America and an Scout, he served as a scout and was on many BSA district committees. He participated in the Wood Badge training program received the Silver Beaver Award, the highest award given by Scouting for outstanding service. He enjoyed working with his hands, -carving birds and making stained glass windows. Surviving are his wife, Ellen P. Scholcoff Rasmussen; one son, Carl G. Rasmussen of Houston; two daughters, Valerie Sussman of Bowie and Ingrid A. Rasmussen Annapolis; and nine grandchildren. He was the brother of the late Hakon Rasmussen. ; Services will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church, 400 Benfield Blvd.; Severna-Park. Burial will on Monday in Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville. Arrangements Arrangements are by Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Society for Progressive Suprannclear Palsy, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 5065 Outpatient Center, 21287.