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Gloria Ashenfelter Jaracz, worked for answering services for 50 years By Fred Rasmussen Sun Staff Writer Gloria Ashenfelter Jaracz, who answered the phones of artists, politicians, writers and businessmen for more than 50 years, died Jan. 23 of cancer at the Joseph Rlchey Hospice. She was 70. In 1992, she retired from the Triple A. Answering Service, where she had worked for 23 years. Earlier, she had worked for several other answering services. Her life behind an old-fashioned plug switchboard centered on wake-up calls and arranging and canceling appointments, or arranging secret liaisons between lovers. Despite being privy to many secrets, she remained the very model of discretion, clients said. "She was bred to be on the phone and had a natural rapport with people who called," said her daughter and only survivor, Millay Victoria Shipley of Essex. "She had a smile In her voice and when she said, 'Good morning, may I help you?" everyone could see and feel that smile right through the telephone. "Sometimes we would be having a hot argument and she'd be angry and I was angry and then the phone would ring and It was like someone threw a switch and she'd say, 'Good morning, Thomas B.Mickle Insurance agent Thomas B. Mickle. who had been an Insurance agent and manager of a shoe store, died Friday of cancer at his West Baltimore home. He was ,79. He retired about 12 years ago af-J ter 15 years with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Earlier, he had J worked for 25 years as manager of a " Thom McAn shoe store at Pennsylvania Avenue and Laurens Street. Born In Camden, S.C., but reared in Baltimore, he was a 1935 gradu-' ate of Douglass High School and " attended what are now Morgan ' State and Hampton (Va.) universl-' ties. ' In the late 1960s and early 1970s, he was a member of the Republican State Central Committee ' for Baltimore City. " He was a trustee and choir mem-' ber of Mount Plsgah Christian Methodist Episcopal Church at Fulton " and Riggs avenues, where services were set for 10:30 a.m. today. He is survived by his wife, the 1 former Gwendolyn Weaver; a son, :- Peter B. Mickle, and a daughter, To-Jmaslne Kirkland-Quamina, both of Baltimore; two brothers, Lewis and ' Edward Mickle, both of Baltimore; two sisters, Delia Baylor of Baltimore -; and Josephine Boyle of Morristown, ' N.J.; and a granddaughter. 'Francis E. Gardiner Contractor " Francis E. Gardiner, a contractor, died Saturday of congestive heart . failure at the Anne Arundel Medical Center. He was 85 and lived in Davldsonvllle. He was chairman of the board of Gardiner and Gardiner In Crofton, which he started with a son in 1969. Sun Classified Call 539-7700 DEATHS BAIER, George W. On January 30, 1995! : GEORGE WILLIAM, lovlngj f companion of Joan Fitz, . devoted father of Brian,! Terry and Keith Baier, dear father-in-law of Dolly Baier, dear brother of til Dorothy King, Vlcki Dot-! .. terweich and Ramon Baier, dear grandfather of I Jessica, Taylor and Katie i Baier. Also survived by a host of nieces and neph-i l( ews. He will be missed. Friends may call at the Connelly Funeral Home . V of Essex, 300 Mace ove-; nue on Tuesday end ' " Wednesday from 3 to 6 -; and 7 to 9 P.M. Funerel Services will be held on p Wednesdsv at 7:30 P.M. ' BAILEY, Reese R On January 29, 1995, REESE M. BAILEY be loved husband of Joyce -i Beiley (nee Via) devoted i father of Susan B. Hager c and Robert M. Bailev. Deer grendfather of r Charles and Stacey Hager ' - end Andrew and bcott I', Bailey. Friends mav call at the Mitcheli-Wiedefeld j Home, 6500 York road (at Overbrook) on Tuee-dey from 2 to 4 and 7 to i , 9 P.M. The Funeral Ser- vice will be held on -n Wednesday at 10 A.M. at the funerel home. Inter-- ment Dulaney Volley Me-1 morial Garden. Those de- , siring, may make memorial contributions -i to the charity of your choice. BELBOT. Anna T. ' On January 29, 1995, : ANNA THERESA BELBOT - (nee Sataitis) of Edge- wood, ML)., Deiovea wire of the Iste Frank Belbot, y devoted mother of Peul G. and Edward F. Belbot, I' orandmother of Lisa D. . Kemps, also survived by one greet-grandson. Mass of Christlsn Burial M St. Francis deSales Catholic Church, Abingdon, MD Thursday, Feb- DEATHS ruary 2nd at 9 A.M. Interment New Cathedral Cemetery, Baltimore, MD. Friends may call at the Howard K. McComas III Funeral Home, P. A., ABINGDON, MD., Wednesday, 7 to 9 P.M. BELL, Gertrude un January isao, GERTRUDE M. Inee Lyons), devoted wire of the lete Robert J. Bell Jr., beloved mother of Patricia A. Kokoski, Dennis M. and Robert J. Bell III., dear mother-in-law of Robert Kokoski, Dianne and Linda Bell, loving sister of Nora C. Burke. Also survived by 16 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Ambrose Funeral Home Inc., 1328 Sulphur Spring road, Arbutus, on Tuesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Christian Wake Services on Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial to be Celebrat ed In Church of the Ascension on Wednesday at 9 A.M. Interment in New cathedral L,eme tery. BETHEA. Jessie The Baltimore Gas and Electric Association an nounces with deep regret tne deatn ot retired em ployee JESSIE BETHEA, Real Estate and Office Services Department and extends deepest sympe- thy to her family. BETZ. Ronald L. On January 28th. 1995. RONALD LEE, beloved husband of Kathleen Betz (nee Smith), devoted father of Sherry, Lori, Linda, Dana, and Brenda Betz, Preston Fulk Jr., and Joe Robinson IV. beloved son of Anna and Robert Getty, deer brother of Nancy Bruce and Sandra Malik, dear grendfather of Tylor Fulk and Joseph Robinson V. Friends may call at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mece avenue on Mondey and Tuesdev from 3 to 5 and ,7 to 9 PM. Funeral Services on Tuesday at 7:30 PM. Contributions may be made to The Ameri- OBITUARIES may I help you? " her daughter recalled. "And she knew everyone's business but kept her mouth shut," Mrs. Shipley said. "She was the voice of sanity for a lot of us," said Baltimore City Council President Mary Pat Clarke. "She knew everybody and was a friend to all of her clients. Many used her for years and knew her voice but had never actually met her. She was a wonderful lady." Steve Zinz, a Baltimore businessman, recalled, "She answered my phone for three years before she ever bothered to send a bill .... She knew everyone's husband, their girlfriends, their wives and their boyfriends and all matter of relationships but was always very, very discreet. What a character she was." Another client was Jazz singer Ethel Ennis, who described Mrs. Jaracz' voice as "really very caressing. It was a wonderful voice. I remember when the White House called and It took her some time to locate us but she did. She was so excited about that" Another routine caller was dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov, who would ask her to leave messages for the local photographer he used for his publicity photos. "She told him how much she loved him, and he sent her an autographed picture that she kept on He had also been a founder, in 1935, of Bowling and Gardiner in Bethes-da. He had worked for the M. A. Long Construction Co. in Baltimore before starting the Bethesda firm. His firms completed many projects In Washington and its suburbs, and also in Annapolis and Southern Maryland. Bom In Washington but reared in Bryantown, he was a graduate of St. Mary's High School In Bryantown and the old Maryland Institute on Market Place. During World War n, he moved to Wellaway Farm In Davldsonvllle, where he raised Ayrshire dairy cattle and tobacco. In 1967, he moved to his final Davldsonvllle home. He was a member of Associated Builders and Contractors, the Be-thesda-Chevy Chase Lions Club, the Davldsonvllle Ruritan Club, the Annapolis Yacht Club and the Three Rivers Sporting Club In Owensville. A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 1 1 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church, Owensville. He is survived by his wife, the former Margaret Burch; two daughters, Ethel Stehle of Annapolis and Cecilia Orme of Preston; two sons, Francis E. Gardiner Jr. of Lothian and J. Noel Gardiner of Davldsonvllle; a brother, William Paul Gardiner of La Plata; 13 grandchildren; and two great-grandsons. William H. Siemon Sr., 88, a retired maintenance man at the Middle River plant of the Glenn L. Martin Co., died Saturday at a hospital In York, Pa., after a heart attack. He had moved from Parkville to York about two months ago. The Baltimore native and graduate of the Polytechnic Institute retired nearly 25 years ago after 35 years at Martin. Services will be held at 1 1 a.m. today at the Ruck Towson Funeral DEATHS can Cancer Society or the Hospice of Baltimore. BIEBLE, Anton On Jenuary 29, 1995, ANTON GEORGE, beloved husband of Charlotte A. Bieble (nee Myers), dear brother of Ernestine Pe-trik end Mary Gonano. Also survived by niices and nephews, great-nieces and nephews and great-great nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to call at .the Schimunek Funerel Home, Inc., 3331 Brehms lane (st Manasota and Erdman avenues) on Mondey and Tuesdev from 3 to 6 and 7 to 9 P.M. with a Vigil Service on Tuesday at 3:30 P.M. where Services will begin on Wednesday et 12:15 P.M. A Funeral Mess will be held in St. Elizabeth Church et 1 P.M. Inter ment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 43025, Baltimore, Md., 21236-0025 or The Humene Society of Baltimore, 1601 Nico- demus road, Heister stown, Md. BOLT, Florence On January 28, 1995 FLORENCE L. (nee White), beloved wife of the late Wise M. Bolt, devoted mother ot Ar- lene F. McKeller, Theresa E. Leaf, Stanley E. Bolt and Larry M. Bolt. Also survived by seven gran- chiidren and 14 oreet-arendchi dren. Funeral from the Les- sahn Funerel Home, 7401 Belair road on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Visiting, Monday 2 to 6 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment Morelend Me morial Park. BOURNE. Florencetlne B. On January 28, 1995, FLORENCETINE B.. be loved wife of Joseph Bourne, devoted mother of Florencetine B. Jos- mln, Marguerite George, Robin Cheryl Richmond, Joseph, Jr., James L., Leonard, Paul S Franklin and Linwood K. Bourne. She Is also survived by her door until she retired," Mrs. Shipley said. When Mrs. Jaracz was younger, she modeled for Joseph S. Sheppard, an artist and teacher at the Maryland Institute, College of Art. , "One Flower Mart day, she was walking with her mother In Mount Vernon Place when she saw Mr. Sheppard who asked, 'Is that you Gloria? I didn't recognize you with your clothes on,' " the daughter recalled. , Mrs. Jaracz was born and reared on Guilford Avenue in Charles Village and was a graduate of Eastern High School. A lover of opera, she had compiled a vast collection of opera and classical recordings. "Music was her life. And when she was robbed of her stereo, all of her Charles Village clients pitched Into to buy a replacement for her because they knew how much music meant to her," the daughter said. "She was even offered a position by the Metropolitan Opera but had to turn it down because they asked her to lose 20 pounds." Mrs. Jaracz' marriage ended In divorce. Plans for a memorial service were Incomplete. Memorial donations may be made to the Joseph Rlchey Hospice, 828 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore 21201. Home, 1050 York Road. He is survived by his wife, the former Nellie Relnhard; a daughter, Diane L. Shupe of Riverside; a son, William H. Siemon Jr. of Glen Rock, Pa.; and five granddaughters. ELSEWHERE Philip Burton. 90, a writer, direc tor, teacher and Richard Burton and helped put the young man on cess, died Saturday in Haines City, Fla. His last book, "Richard and Philip: The Burtons," was published In 1992. It tracked the sometimes tu multuous relationship between him and the boy he adopted after their meeting in a poverty-stricken moun tain village In died in 1984. Jack Dull, 65, an expert on ancient Chinese history, died Jan. 18 of cancer In Seattle. His published work dealt mainly with how ancient Chinese emperors fashioned orthodox thought, on family law before Conru cius and on that led to formation of the Han dy nasty about 200 B.C. The Rev. James McNally. 73, an early patron of the Guardian Angels, died Thursday of pneumonia and emphysema In Lawrence, Mass. While assigned to St. Nicholas of To-lentlne Roman Catholic Church in New York City in the 1970s, he was known as the "street priest" who organized apartment tenants and helped them gain better living conditions. He helped Curtis SUwa start the Guardian group Irom a Richard A. counsel to President Richard M. Nixon during the Watergate era and later U.S. ambassador to Ireland, died Friday of cancer in Washington. DEATHS 24 grsndchildren, two great grandchildren, three sisters Marguerite Johnson, Mary Brown and Harriet Urquhart, two brothers Joseph Bates end Stuart Sheffey and a host of in-laws, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives. Friends mav call at the James A. Morton & Sons Funeral Home, 1701-31 Leurena street on Wednesday 4 to 8 P.M. and Thursday 10 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. At 4 P.M. Mrs Bourne will lie in state at the First Abyssinia Baptist Church, 2500 Arunah avenue where the family will receive friends 7 to 7:30. Services to follow. Interment Fridey 10 A.M., Arbutus Cemetery. BRESEE, Louis On January 28, 1995 LOUIS BOWLES BRESEE of New Windsor, beloved husband of Elizabeth Mathis Bresee, devoted father of Susan Zumbro of Alexendrie, Louis Bre see Jr. South Burlington Vermont end Gerald F. Breseer of Rodgers rorge, orotner ot Mary B Foremen of Baltimore. Al so survived by seven grandchildren No public visitation or Funeral Service. Privete Interment Services to be held et Bernegat Mesonic Cemetery, Bsrneget, N.J. Memorial contributions may be made to Ascension Episcopal Church 23 N. Court Street Westminster, Md21157. Arrange ments oy Marnier i-unerai Home, New Windsor BROWN, Daniel A. On Jenuery 29th, 1995, DANIEL A., beloved hus band of Jeanne Brown (nee Mindel), lovlna te ther of Mrs. Mergie Lendsmen of Baltimore, MD and Mrs. Ruth Roben-olt of Arlington. VA. de voted father-in-law of Brad Robenolt, devoted brother of the lete Leon Brown, loving grandfa ther ot boo ana hick Landsman. Services at Sol Levin-son & Bros. Home, 6010 Reisterstowh road on Tuesday, Jenuary 31st at 2 PM. Interment Hebrew scholar who adopted track to acting sue Wales. Richard Burton the peasant rebellion Angels citizen patrol store he rented. Moore, 8i, special DEATHS Young Men Cemetery, Windsor Mill road. Pleese omit flowers. In Mourning at 6628 Chippewe drive (2 12091.3 lb CALDWELL, Sr.. Richard J, On January 29, 1995 RICHARD J., SR., devoted fether of Michael E. Caldwell. Also survived by two other sons end e daughter. Dear brother of George J. Caldwell end LaVerne Cammarata. Al so survived by eight grsndchildren and oreet-orandchi dren. Friends may call at the Hartley Miller Funerel Home, 7527 Harford road, on Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where Services will be held et 10 A.M. tntombmenl Loudon Park Cemetery In lieu of flowers, contri butions to the Americen Cencer Society, 8219 Town center drive, P.O. Box 43025. Baltimore MD (21236-0025) would be appreciated. CARTER. Earl On January 28. 1995. EARL M. CARTER, beloved fether of 2 daughters, one son. He is also survived by five sisters, two brothers, end a host of other relatives and friends. Friends msy cell at the March Funerel Home. West, 4300 Wabash avenue, on Tuesday after 9 A.M., where the femily will receive friends on Wednesday at 11:30 A.M. Followed by Funerel Services 12 noon. CASCIO. Lorrovne On January 29. 1995. LORRAYNE M. CASCIO (nee Bull), beloved wife of the lete Philip S. Cescio, Sr.. devoted mother of Patricia M. Phi id S.. Jr.. Ronald and Nelson F. Cescio. sister ofEdwerd Bull. She is also survived by six grsndchildren. The family will receive friends st the Moran- Aahton Funeral Home Inc., 3000 E. Baltimore street, et Potome street, on Tuesday end Wednesdsy, from 3 to and 7 to 9 PM., where INDEX IAHU, George W, BAILEY, Reese ItUOT, Anna T. ItU, Gertrude IETZ, lenoid L UUU, Ante. KXT, Florence IODINE, nerencetint I. IRISH, Uuit MOWN, Daniel A. CA10WEU, Sr., tkhard J. CARTER, Eari CASCIO, lerrayne COHEN, Samuel C0NLEY SR., lobort Lie CRAVEN, Natalie DENNIS, John DIPAN0IAZI0, Jeteph D0PK0WSKI, hank DORSET Marie A. DOYLE, Shirley I. DUNKEI, SR., Rebert &CHIN, Steven EDER, William PAIY, Anlheny HROR, WHITMER I. FISCHER, Philip FRANKLIN, Carolyn F. FRANZE, William I. FREEDMAN, Alex OADDESS, Charlei GEORGIE, lllllt HALL, Janle I. HANDRAHAN, Paul HARVEY, Denna 0. HAUSER, Emit HAYNIE, lolly S. WITH, Franklin HOFFMAN, Frances J. HOLTON, Henry JACKSON, Elliwerfh JONES, leretta KASPAI, Alberta KRUEGER, Catherine LaMAI JR, 0. Themat LellUN, Arthur LEVERING, Tern LEVIN, Harold J. LEVIN, Jack I. USTMAN, JR., William UTSINGER, Glenn LO MANCO, Anne LOZINSKY, Jeieph LUND, Kalhryn MAICHUNUS, Geraldlne MARTEL, CATHEIINI MCNULTY Id, Thomas MOYER, Anthony W. MYSUNSKI, Anna POPE, Dr. Addison ROBERTSON, CeHn . ROBERTSON, Mary I0IINSON SR., Cleveland SCHAEFER, Sr., lutstl SCHtFFER, Catherine SCHNEIDER, Minerva SCHOTT SR., Theodore SCHWARZKOPF, Else SETTLERS, Theodore R. SHANHOLTZ, Noil SHOEMAKER, Helen SIEMON SR., William H. SIMS, Esther Irene SISTER MARIE CELINE, STAPP, Irma A. TOWERY, Henry E. TUCKER, Jeffrey WATTS, Myrtle WILKINS, Geneva WILLIAMSON, Dorothy WILUS, Hvina WOLBERT SR., George WOLF, Kenneth YOUNG, Claire DEATHS Christian Wake Service will be held on Wednesday, 4 PM. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held et St. Elizabeth Church, Thursday, 9 AM, Interment Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery, COHEN. Samuel un January 3U, isso SAMUEL BENJAMIN, de voted husband ot Be etrice Cohen (nee Pos- ner), devoted father of Mrs. Meryle Feinstein of Ellicott City, Md., end Mrs. Lillian Garonzik of Baltimore, Md. end the lete Gittel Cohen, be loved fether in lew of Harvev Garonzik devoted brother of Jerry Cohen of Baltimore, Md., Minnie Kirsh of Philadelphia, PA end Mrs. Lillisn Livtrinsky of Floride. beloved brother-in-law of Leonard Livtrinsky, Morton J LeRoy Abreham, Robert and Vic tor Posner, Irene Shoter, Hank and Joseph Shofer, Loving grendfather of Pa mele Morris Feinstein Mandv and Bobbv Pett Michelle Garonzik, Ira and Dena Garonzik, Michael and Shauna Garonzik and Jacqueline Mary Garon zik, loving greet grand pop of Jesse Mertin end Dustin Yves Pett. 1 Services et Sol Levin- son & Bros. Home, 6010 Reisterstown road on Wednesday, February 1 at 1 P.M. Interment Pe tach Tikvah Congregation Cemetery, Rosedale. Please omit flowers. In mourning et 4021 Zuni court, tllicott City, Md. Iiim3 ie COIRIN. Wavne A. The officers end mem bers of local union No. 24 I.B.E.W. reoret to an nounce the deeth of Brother WAYNE A. COIR IN end extend sincere sympathy to his femily. CHARLES W. McNEMAR Business Managei CONLEY SR.. Robert Uo On Jenuarv 28. 1995 ROBERT LEE SR., beloved husband of Robin Conley. Friends mey cell it the Mercn Funerel Homi Eest, 1101 E. North Ave nue. Femily will receive friends on Wednesdsy at Mt. Tabor Beptist Church, 1719 Oliver Street, et 0:JU r.M. Funerel Ser vices will follow, et P.M. CRAVEN. Natalie On January 27, 1995, NATALIE M. (nee Mixonl In Seresote, FL beloved wife of the late Charles E. Craven II, mother of Cherles Edgar Craven III end Fred Gibson Craven. Also survived by four grendchildren end eight great-grandchildren. Friends mey call the LEROY M. AND RUSSELL C. WITZKE FUNERAL HOME OF CATONSV LLE 1630 Edmondson avenue (1 mile weat of beltway exit 14) on wednesds from 3 to 6 end 7 to I P.M. Services will be held et Grace Episcopal Church, Elkridge or Thursdey et 11 A.M. Interment Grace Episcopal Church Cemetecy. In lieu of flowers, the femily request contributions to brace tpiscopal tnurcn, DEATHS MNNIS, Jehn on January ZB, 1895, JOHN D beloved husband of Elizabeth J. Dennis (nee Clemens), devoted father of Keith, Kathleen, and Gregory Dennis, surrogete fether of Jerrold and Robert, son-in-law of Helen M, Clemens. Friends may call it the funeral home of John C. Miller, Inc., 6416 Belair road on Monday from 7 to 9 P.M. and on Tuesdey from 3 to 6 end 7 to 9 P.M. Liturgy of the Resurrection will be celebrated et St. Matthias Episcopal Church, 6400 Beleir rood, on Wednesday it 10 A.M. Interment in Park-wood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Matthias Episcopal Church. DiPANGRAZIO, Joseph un January i . isas. JOSEPH M beloved husband of Joyce DiPongre-zio (nee Devenport), deer father of Joseph A., James M., and Linda J. DiPangrazio. Also survived fay six sisters and three brothers. Prayers at Kaczorowa-ki Funeral Home, 1201 Dundilk avenue on Wednesdsy st 10 A.M. Interment Holly Hills Cemetery. Visiting hours Mondey end Tuesday 2 to 4 ana to 9 P.M. DOPKOWSKI. Frank un January z, mat- FRANK t. beloved hus- bend of Julie T. Dop-kowski (nee Twardowski) beloved father of Camilla Golebiewski and Frank A. Dopkowskl, brother of Lillian Keller. Edward and Adam Dopkowski, loving grandfather of Keren Golabiewski, Friends msy cell at the Hoffmen Skarde Funeral Home, 3218 Hudson street, on Mondey end Tuesday from 2 to 6 and 7 to B P.M. Christian Weke Services on Tuesdey et 3:30 P.M. Meas of Christian Buriel in St. Brigid's Church on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Interment St. Stanislaus Cemetery. DORSEY, Marie A. un jenuery iv, isso, MARIE ANNA (nee Schneider) beloved wife of the late Harry E.J. Dorsav. Sr.. devoted mother of Joseph P. Dor- sev. Sr.. end Herrv E.J. Dorsey, Jr., end the Robert R. Aschenbech, moth er-in-law of Jeenne Dor sey end Ruth I. Dorsey no Anne ftscnenoacn, orandmother of Robert, Gary end Keith Aschenbech, Linda Hackmann. Karen Leimbach, Joaeph Dorsey, Jr., Michele Dorsey end the lete Dena Dorsey. Also survived by several greet-grsnacnii-dren. A Memorial Mass will be held in St. Ursule's Church. On Thursdey et 9 a.m. Interment privete. Arraignments by Leonard j. muck, inc. DOYLE. Shirley E. un January oin, 1999, SHIRLEY E. Inee Beone). beloved wife of Donald V. Ooyle, devoted mother of Donald V. Jr. and Kevin M. Doyle, Susen M. Kellenberger and Kathleen A. Callahan, deer sister of Joseph Beene of Floride, Doris Jeckson, Annelee Wiloer. Rose Chepmen end Jeenette Welters. Also survived by six grsndchildren and several nieces end nepn-ews. A Vigil Service will be held at the Leonerd J. Ruck Funeral Home, Inc. 5305 Harford road (at Echodale) on Tuesday et 7:30 PM. A Funerel Mess will be celebreted in St. Thomas More Church on Wednesdev st 9:30 AM Interment Garrison Forest Veterens Cemetery Friends mey cell Mondey and Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to KM. DUNKER, SR., Rebert un January ju, isms ROBERT LEE DUNKER SR., beloved husbend of Marv Hilda nee Am brose), devoted father of Mergaret Ann Dunker Bleckburn and Robert L. Dunker Jr. Also survived by four grendchildren and two greet-grenacmioren. A Visitstion will be held on Wednesdsy 9:30 to 10:30 A.M. et St. Bartholomews, 4711 Edmondson evenue, where Services will be held 10:30 A.M. Interment Loudon Park. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Cheritv of vour choice Arrangements by LEROY M. AND RUSSELL C. WITZKE FUNERAL HOMES, 744-8600. ELCHIN. Steven suddenly on jenuary n, 1995, STEVEN BRIAN of Glen Burnie, Md, devoted husband of Kimberly Ann (nee Hercha) beloved fether of Lisa Marie Elchin (his everythingl), loving son of Shirlev A, Elchin end the late Robert Elchin Sr., dear brother of Robert Jr., and Michael Elchin end brother-in-law of Jean and Marv Ann Elchin, loving grandson of Barry and Leona Showal- ter, uncie ot warn ana Gage Elchin, very special son-in-lew of Theodore and Arlina Herche end brother-in-law of Amy Herche. dear grandson-in- law of the late Eleanore Spencer. Also survived bv many aunts, uncles end cousins end meny close friends at the Giant Food Local ffJU. Viewina et the Ray mond C. Fink Funeral Home, Glen Burnie, Md, on Tuesday and Wednes day trom 3 to & and to 9 P.M. Services 10 A.M. on Thursday. Interment Glen Haven cemetery. ELDER, William On Jenuary 29, 1995 BELOVED husbend of the late Mildred Ellyn (nee Hoover), loving brother of Jemes Elder. Also survived by severel nieces end nephews. Friends mey cell et the LEORY M. AND RUSSELL C. WITZKE FUNERAL HOME OF CATONSVILLE. 1630 Edmondson evenue (1 mile west of beltwey exit 14), Wednesdsy 12 to 1 p.m. Services will be held et the funerel home, 1 p.m. Interment Lekeview Cemetery. FABY, Anthony On Jenuery 29, 1995, ANTHONY, JR., of White-ford, MD end formerly of Perry Hall, beloved hus-bsnd of Naomi L. "Sis' (nee Williems) Feby, loving fether of Leure Bur-men, Anthony Feby, III and Batty Woolford. Also survived by five grendchildren. Funerel servicee on Wednesdsy et 11 em et HARKINS Funerel Home, 600 Main St., Delte, PA. Int. Bel Air Memoriel Gordons. Viewing Tuesdey 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. FIROR, WHITMER B. On January 28, 1995, WHITMER BENNETT Fir DEATHS ROR, MD, FRCPC. Professor of Medicine (Cardiology), aged 63 vein. Whit, born in Btltimore, Maryland, January 6 , 1932, was the son of Dr. Whltmer B. Firor ind Mildred Cerley Firor. He wes educeted it Johns Hopkins ind the University of Toronto end then served the Faculty of Medicine, University of Seskatchewin for 28 stimulating years. Surviving him an his wife Doris (Ceverly) end three children; Cirley Wewryk IWinnioso). Jonathan (Vancouver) end Per (Edmonton). There ire tour grendchildren. His interests included music is i listener ind player, aviation and hik ing, in neu ot tiowers, bequest or donetions mey be mode to the University of Saskatche wan for Cardiac Rehabili tation, co Ken Ander son, Department of Medicine, novo Univere- tv Hospital. S7N OW8. A memorial service will be held In Convocation Hall 'University of Saskatchewan on Wednesdsy, February 1, 1995 at 7:00 P.M. FISCHER. Phlllo On Jenuery 29, 1995, PHILIP FREDERICK, be loved husbend of Hazel Marie (nee Cross) Fischer, devoted father of Phyllis Marie Cooke, De-bra Ann Gamber and Dar-lane Mae DeVen, brother of Delmer Summers, Elizabeth Rippetoe, Rose-marie Fischer, Patsy Huff-men end Cerol O'Brien. Also survived by a loving sister-in-law Rose Briggs end four grandchildren. Friends mey cell et the Slack Funerel Home, 3871 Old Columbia pike. Ellicott City on Tuesdey 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services from the ebove funeral home Wednesdsy 10 A.M. Interment St. John Cemetery. FRANKLIN. Corolvn t. un jenuery 30, lays, CAROLYN F. Inee Bekerl. beloved wife of the late Frenk E. Frenklin, mother of Vicki Johnston, mother-in-law of Robert Johnston, grsndmother of Mercl Johnston. Also sur vived by severel brothers end sisters. Friends mey call at the LEROY M. & RUSSELL C. WITZKE FUNERAL HOME OF CATONSVILLE, 1630 Edmondson evenue (l mile W. of beltway exit 14), on Wednesdsy 3 to 5 end 7 to 9 P.M. Christian Weke Service will be held 7:30 P.M. A Mess of Christien Buriel will be held at St. Agnes Church on mursaey et iu a.m. Interment privete. FRANZE. William L. On Jenuery 29th. 199b, WILLIAM, beloved hus bend of Peggy Frame, devoted father of Vanes sa Strickler, father-in-law of Lon Strickler, beloved brother of Merion Pryor end Alms Smith, loving grendfether of Adrienne end Matthew Strickler, devoted greet uncle of Nicole Pryor. He also leaves to treesure his memory, two broth ers-in-lsw, Julius Pryor end Cenon Edwin smith, two sisters-in-lew Myrtle end Msry Franze, and e host of other reletives and friends. Friends mey cell at the Nutter Funerel Home, Inc., 2501 Gwynns Falls parkway on Tuesdey from 3 to 8 PM. Femily will receive friends on Wednesday et St. James Episcopal Church, Lafayette end Arlington avenues from 10 AM till 10:30 AM st which time Christian Mass will begin. Entombment Arbutus Memorial Park. FREEDMAN, Alex On January 29, 1995, ALEX, beloved husbend of the lete Lillisn Freed-men (nee Tinkel), devoted father of Mrs. Arleen Issacson of Beltimore, Mrs. Sheryl Grill of NY, Mrs. Iris Diamond of Baltimore end Edwerd Freedmen of Beltimore, beloved father-in-lew of Hel Grill end Marc Diamond, beloved brother of Betty Rose of Philode-phie, PA, loving grandfather of Debra and Shewn Isaacson, Trevor and Jo-celyn Grill, Joshue end Harris Diamand. Services end Interment in the Beth El Memoriel Park, Randallstown, MD, on Tuesdey, Jenuery 31, et 12 noon. In lieu of flowers, contributions msy be mode to the Americen Lung Association of MD, 1840 York Rosd, Timonium, MD (21093). Arrangements by Sol Levinson & Bros. 31E GADDESS, Charles On Jenuary 29, 1995, CHARLES L. of Catons-ville Menor, beloved brother of Annette Spencer, Clara F. Gaddess, James Goddess snd Benjamin Sappington, brother-in-law of Gertrude Gaddess. Mr. Gaddess rests et the HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME INC., 4107 Wilk-ens avenue where e Christian Prayer Service will be held on Tuesdey at 3 P.M. Relatives snd friends ere invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday at 10 A.M In St. Agnes Church. Interment in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The femily will receive friends on Tuesday from 3 to 6 and 7 to 9 P.M. GEORGIE, Lillie On January 26, 1995, LILLIE MAE, beloved mother of Samuel, Robert, end Freddie; fond sister of Inez Robinson end Judy Woods. Also survived bv two grandchildren, one greatgrandchild, and other rel atives end friends. Visitstion st ths Calvin B. Scruggs Funsrsl Horns, 1412 E. Preston street, on Mondey from 4 until 7 P.M., end on Tuesday from 1 1 A.M. until 4 P.M. Mrs. Georgie mey be viewed after 5 P.M., Tuesdev, at the First Baptist Church, Caroline and McElderrv streets. where femily will receive friends trom 6:30 P.M until 7 P.M., et which time funerel services will begin. Interment Wednesdsy st King Memoriel Park. GOLDBERG. Milten Miriam Lodge K.S.B. deeply regrets the pass ing ot MILIUM l)ULU-BERG, beloved husbend of our member Helen. Our sincere sympathy is extended to tne tamiiy. HALL, Jonie I. Suddenly on Jenuery 27, 1995 JANIE ILENE. be loved wife of Ralph Hall Sr devoted mother of Shirlev Brown, Ralph Jr end Daniel Hell. She elso leaves to mourn 10 sisters, three grsndchildren end a host of other relatives end friends. Visitstion et the Derrick C. Jones Funerel DEATHS Home, 461 1 Park Heights ivenus Mondsv 3 P.M. until 8 P.M. Family will rscsive frisnds it the Zion Beptist Church, 1700 N. Carotins strsst st 11 A.M. with Funsrsl Ssrvlces to follow st 11:30 A.M. Intsrmsnt in ths King Msmorisl Psrk Cemetery immedlstsly following ths ssrvlcss. HANDRAHAN, Paul un January zu, iusd, PAUL FRANCIS HANDRAHAN, beloved husband of Eleenor Mey Handrahan nee Morrissey), devoted fether of Kathleen Msry Thompson, Dsborsh Ann Boon snd Pstrlcis Jsns Anssri, brothsr of Arthur W, William snd Joseph Hsndrshsn, Ann Hammond, Ruth Helbenston, Frences Perry end Lucille O'Neill. Hes also survivsd by six grendchildren. The femily will rscslvs frisnds st ths Stsrling Ashton Funsrsl Horns Inc., 736 Edmondson av- snus, Cstonsvills (W mile W. of beltway exit 14) on Wednesdsv 3 to 5 snd 7 to 9 P.M. Funerel Services will be held at St. Timothy's Episcopsl Church on Thursday st 10 A.M. Intsrmsnt Ues tlswn Cemetery. HARVEY. Denna 0. un jenuery za, isms, DONNA G. (nee Bash) beloved wife of Roneld Hsrvsy, devoted mother of Linds Hsrvey, beloved sister of Pern Brennsn, Sherry Creemer, Sendrs Crawford. Terry Rvder. Greduate of Western Hioh School. Friends may visit the ulppei Funeral Home 7110 Belair road, on Wednesdev 3 to 6 end 7 to 9 p.m. Burial aervices Thursday 11 a.m. Inter ment Parkwood Ceme tery; HAUSER. Emil un bunaav. jenuarv 49. 1995, EMIL C, beloved husbend of Mergeret L. (nee baDrisn, devoted tether of Dr. Bvron Heuser, Nency Heuser Cushing snd Peggy DiMertino, lov-ino orendf ether of Kristin DsBurn, Jonsthen Utten-reither, Jennie end Anne DiMertino, brother of Msrtin Hsussr snd Edwin Heuser. Also survived by meny nieces snd nsph- Friends mey cell st ths Loring Bysrs Chspsl, 8728 Liberty Rood (2 miles west of beltwey exit 18-B), on Tuesdey from 3 to 5 end 7 to 9 P.M. Funerel service Wednesdsv. 10:30 A.M. at Bethany United Church of Christ, 1932 Gwynn Oak Avenue. Interment Lekeview Memoriel Perk Those desiring mey make donationa to Betheny U.C.C. or the cherity of your choice. HAUSER. Emil The Oldtimers Basebell Assn. of MD deeply re- 8 rets the passing of EMIL AUSER. Sympathy is extended to his femily. C. EARL BRANNAN President HAUSER. Emil The Eesterwood Perk Boys, Inc. regret the death of lifetime member, EMIL HAUSER. We express our deepes sympathy to his family. GILBERT SOLOMON President HAYNIE. Boilv S. un January 0, 1990 1 as inn. BALY S. of Woodlawn. beloved husband of Mar garet M. Havnie (nee Frank), devoted fether of Mildred E. Temburo end Peul W. Haynie, grandfa ther ot Christopher M. Temburo. Mr. Haynie rests et the HUBBARD FUNfcn Al HOME INC.. 4107 Wilk ens avenue where reletives end friends ere in vited to ettend Funerel Services on Wednesdsy at 11 A.M. Interment Lekeview Memoriel Perk The family will receive friends Mondey end Tuesdsy evening 7 to 9 P.M. The femily reqtrest those desiring make contributions to the Ameri- cen Cancer Society. HESS-KEMP, Ida E. Concordie Chapter No. Order of The Eastern Star ssdly regrets the Rsssing of Sister IDA ESS-KEMP. Psst Metron end extends sincere sympathy to her family. CAROL MENZEL Worthy Matron ROBERT CATANZARO Worthy Patron UIDTU C. -Lit. On January 28th. 1995. FRANKLIN (BILL), beloved husbsnd of Jimmie Fay Hirth (nee Phillips), de voted tetner ot catricia Lynn Stein, Robin Dennis Hirth snd Theress Ann Peters, grandfather of Herrv, Hope snd Tracy Stem. Funerel Services will be held et the Ruck Towson Funerel Home, Inc.. 1050 York rosd (beltwey exit 26A) on Wednesdsy et 1 PM. Interment In Druid Ridge Cemetery. Friends may call on Tuesday from 2 to 4 snd 7 to 9 PM Contributions mav be made to the The Visiting Nurse Aso. Hospice. HOFFMAN. Frances J. On January 26. 1995 FRANCES J formerly of Catonsville, survived by her husband William Hoffman. Funeral Mass was held Un,,A... 1t 1QQG t Blessed Sacrament Cath olic Church in Seminole FL. Arrangements by Hook Funerel Home Seminole. HOFFMAN. Jane The Glen Burnie Moose Senior Citizens mourn the loss of their Member HOLTON. Henrv On Jenuery 29, 1995, HENRY LLOYD HOLTON, beloved husbend of Concetto Marie Holton (nee Girlendo), devoted fether of Diene Brodka, deer brother of Edith Mitchell, Doris Mitchell, Edwin Hol ton, Madeline Girlando, Wande Sevlor. Services will be held et the Sina eton Funere Home, 1 Second evenue S.W. let Cram highway) Glen Burnie on Wednes day et 1 1 A.M. Interment In New Cethedrel Ceme tery, The family will receive visitors from 2 to E snd 7 to 9 P.M. on Monday and Tuesday, JACKSON. Ellsworth On Jenuery 28, 1995, ELLSWORTH. Friends mey cell et the Mercn Funerel Home-East. 1101 E. North eve nue where the femily will receive friends on Wednesdev et 11:30 A.M. Funerel Services will follow st 12 noon. JONES. Loretla On January 30, 1996, LORETTA . nee Snouf- ferl, beloved wife of the lete werren w. Jones devoted mother of Wil liam H. Jones and the lete Arwine W. Jones, granamotner or raincie, Petra, Tommy, Stenley, Willie snd Michael Jones, DEATHS Godmother to Cherllyn Orlck. B Services st ths A. Alan Ssitz Funsrsl Home, IT 38 18 Rolsnd Avsnus on U Thursdsv st 10 A.M. Ire !: tsrmsnt In Msedowridge Memoriel Perk. Friends - mey cell on Tuesdsy and Wednesdev 3 to 6 end 7 U to 8 P.M. Kj KASPAR, Alberta un jenuery ju, issd. ALBERTA M. Inee Wei-gend), beloved wife of ths Ists Albert Keeper, devoted mother of Albert J. Kespsr, mother-in-law of Adrienne B. Keeper, rendmother ot Holly, lelisss and Alsx Keeper. Funeral from ths Fu neral Horns of John C Millar Inc.. 641 & Be e r rosd on Thursdsy st 8:30 A.M. Msss of Christien Buriel st St. Michael's Church Overles) st A.M. Intsrmsnt in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. A Christien Wske Service will be held on Wednes dev st 4:30 P.M. Friends msy cell on Tuesday 7 to 9 P.M. end on Wednesday from 3 to S end 7 to 9 P.M. Pleese omit flowers. Contributions may be made to St. John's1 Youth Ministry, 'Cere of, St. John's Beptist Romsn Cstholic Church, Consti tution svenue, New Free-dom, PA. KRUEGER, Cotherine un January ju, raao, CATHERINE (nee Bryan, beloved wife of Robert F. Krueger, beloved daughter of Williem Jennings Bryan Sr. and Catharine Mery Bryan, devoted mother of Williem J. B, Sue Ann and Joseph 0. H. Mister, Cethy Ann Ce-brel snd ths Ists Dercy T. Krueger, deer mother-in-law of Dsvid F. Ca-brsl, deer sister of Williem Jennings, Bryen Jr, Norms Vsnshisk, Alics Hughes, Jecob Bryen, Hervev Bryen end Jo-Ann Blsdss. Also survived by five grendchildren. Funerel Services st ths Connelly Funerel Home of Essex, 300 Mece evenue on Thursdsy st 11 A.M. Intsrmsnt Osk Lswn Cemetery. Vieiting hours on Tuesdsy snd Wednesday from 3 to 5 snd 7 to 9 P.M. LoMAR JR, G. Thomas un January ju, lays GEORGE THOMAS JR. (Tommy) of Brooklyn, loving son of George T. Sr. end Helen E. LeMer (nee Eidmen), devoted brother of Dercel Brooke end John LeMer, deer friend of Jinx Anderson, deer uncle of Jsms snd Nicols Brooks, loving nephew of Edith snd Wsyne Buhrmen, Kenneth end Susie LeMer, end Esrl Eidmen Jr., deer cousin of Kim, Susie, Michsel, Lynn snd Lies. Ths fsmily will rscsive friends st ths McCully Funsrsl Horns of Brooklyn, 237 E. Pstspsco svenue on Tuesday and Wednesdey from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where Servicea will be held on Wednesdey et 8 P.M. Interment private. In lieu of flowera. Contributions may be made in his memory to the Hospice of the Chesapeake. LsBRUN, Arthur un jenuery zy, iyyo, ARTHUR ALLEN (ART) beloved husbend of Elinor C. LeBrun (nee Lynch), devoted father of Richerd Arthur and Robert Allen LeBrun, dear grendfether of Anne Marie, Elizabeth Catherine LeBrun, Scott and Hal Norris. At Art's request services end interment will be privete. If desired, donations msy be mode in his memory to the American Cancer Society, 8219 Town Center drive, P.O Box 43025, Baltimore. Md 21236-0025. Arrangements by Schimunek Funeral Home. LEVERING, Tom On Monday, Januery 30, 1995, TOM beloved hue-bend of Peerl M. Levering Inee Mitchell), devoted tether of William Thomas Levering end Ann Liberto, loving grendfather of Jessies, Katie, Amber end Ashley, brother of John Eugene Levering of Ellicott City. Friends mey cell et the Loring Byere Chepel, 8728 Liberty Rood (2 miles west of beltwey exit 18) on Tuesdsy 3 to 5 end 7 to 9 P.M. where funerel services will be held on Wednesday February 1 et 1 P.M. Interment Lorreine Perk Cem-etery. LEVIN, Harold J. un jenuery JU, iyyo, HAROLD J beloved husband of Pearl Levin (nee Weintreub), beloved fether of Ellen Block end Steven J. Levin. Also survived by four grandchildren. Services end interment will be held et the Swinicher Woliner Benevolent Society Cemetery, 6700 Bowleys lane, on Tuesdsy, January 31 at 1 P.M. Pleese omit flowers. In mourning st Greengete Condos, 7203 Rocklsnd Hills drive, ept T-03 (21209). Arrangements by Sol Levinson and Bros. 1e LEVIN, Jack B. On Jenuary 28, 1995, JACK B., beloved husbend of Bernice M. Levin (nee Milstein), beloved rather of Anne Levin Herman, and Mrs. Leslie L. Storms, beloved father in law of Dr. Barry R. Herman, brother of the lete Joaeph, Samuel, Bessie, end Sereh Levin and Mary Friedmen, loving Pop-pop of Stephen J, Kahn, Jennifer L. Kehn, Jessica S. Bermen, Sera D. Barman and Joshua A. Barman. Service et Sol Levinson & Brothers Home, 6010 Reisterstown rood, on Monday, Januery 30, st 2 P.M. Interment In the Beth EL Memoriel Perk, Randallstown, MD. In lieu of flowers, femily request contributions to ths Hsr Sinsi Congregation, 6300 Perk Heights svsnus (21215). In mourning st 2413 Vslvet Ridge drive, Owings Mills, MD 21 117 31E LEVIN, Harold The Swinicher Woliner Benevolent Assn. deeply regrets the pessing of our member HAROLD LEVIN end extends sympathy to his fsmily Herry Zemel President USTMAN, JR., William On Jenuery 29, 1995, WILLIAM G. JR., beloved husbsnd of Sheron L. Lhotsky Listmsn, devoted father of William (Billy) G. Listman III. Also survived by his perents Williem G. end Anne M. Kell Listman, SR., sister Elizebeth A. Perrish, his mother and father-in-law Joseph C. and Nency T. Lhotsky. Funeral from ths E.F. Lsssshn Funsrsl Home, 11750 Bslsir rosd (Klngo-ville) on Wednesdey et 11 A.M, Interment pri-

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