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Obituaries

Aileen Abigail Campbell McCausey, nurse and artist, dies

Aileen Abigail Campbell McCausey, a health care provider, author and artist, died Aug. 22 at Integrace Fairhaven in Sykesville after an allergic reaction to medication. She was 98. Mrs. McCausey was one of three children. She was born and grew up in the north of Scotland on the estates of Brahan...

  • Nancy H. Harrison, retired registered nurse, dies

    Nancy H. Harrison, retired registered nurse, dies

    Nancy H. Harrison, a retired registered nurse who had been clinical coordinator at the Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents, Baltimore, died July 26 of pneumonia at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 84 and lived in Devon Hill in North Roland Park. "She was such an elegant woman....

  • Donna C. Box, Carroll County schools employee and artist, dies

    Donna C. Box, Carroll County schools employee and artist, dies

    Donna C. Box, a Carroll County public schools employee who was a watercolor artist, died Saturday of aplastic anemia at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Sykesville resident was 56. The daughter of William H. Rowe Jr., a Westinghouse Electric Corp. mechanical engineer, and Gail Crawford...

  • Eugene P. Smith

    Eugene P. Smith

    Eugene P. Smith, a retired attorney who had been a partner at the old Baltimore law firm of Weinberg and Green, died Aug. 8 at Brightview Assisted Living in Towson from complications of Alzheimer's disease. He was 94. "As a man, Gene was a terrific person who was very thoughtful, kind and willing...

  • Robert E. Trainor, advertising director, dies

    Robert E. Trainor, advertising director, dies

    Robert E. Trainor, former director of advertising for The Baltimore Sun who later established his own agency, died Saturday from complications of Alzheimer's disease at his Towson home. He was 89. The son of Joseph P. Trainor Jr., a plumber, and Edith Anderson, a homemaker, Robert Edward Trainor...

  • Arthur D. Rhea Jr. longtime church organist, choirmaster and teacher, dies

    Arthur D. Rhea Jr. longtime church organist, choirmaster and teacher, dies

    Arthur D. Rhea Jr., former longtime organist and choirmaster at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Baltimore who also taught at the Peabody Conservatory, died Sunday of cancer at his home in the Charlesbrooke neighborhood of Baltimore County. He was 97. "Arthur certainly was the epitome of...

  • Stephen D. Ollerhead, retired printing executive, dies

    Stephen D. Ollerhead, retired printing executive, dies

    Stephen D. Ollerhead, a retired printing sales executive, died of pancreatic cancer Aug. 10 at his Towson home. He was 64. Born in Milford, Conn., he was the son of William Ollerhead, a Chessie System Inc. senior vice president and former deputy director of the Maryland Port Authority, and Caroline...

  • Helen Ann Welsh Hardy, Harford County attorney, dies

    Helen Ann Welsh Hardy, Harford County attorney, dies

    Helen Ann Welsh Hardy, a retired family practice attorney who had been active in her family's Baltimore restaurant, died of cancer July 27 at her Glen Arm home. She was 84. Born in Baltimore and raised in the Orchards, she was the daughter of the well-known restaurateur Martin J. Welsh and Nell...

  • Marie S. Cragg, public school educator, dies

    Marie S. Cragg, public school educator, dies

    Marie S. Cragg, a retired Baltimore public school educator who also worked in her husband's Irvington pharmacy, died Tuesday of heart failure at her daughter's home in Great Falls, Va. She was 88. Marie Stafford was the daughter of Willis Ray Stafford Jr., the Eastern Shore general manager for...

  • Ann Wilmer Hoon, former educator and activist, dies

    Ann Wilmer Hoon, former educator and activist, dies

    Ann Wilmer Hoon, a former educator and activist whose family's roots in Kent County date to the 17th century, died Aug. 3 of Alzheimer's disease at the Heron Point retirement community in Chestertown. She was 88. Born and raised in Chestertown, she was the daughter of Philip G. Wilmer who served...

  • Elizabeth Anne Rush, former television food show host, dies

    Elizabeth Anne Rush, former television food show host, dies

    Elizabeth Anne Rush, who in the 1950s demonstrated home-cooking techniques on early Baltimore television, died of complications from Alzheimer's disease July 21 at Spring Village at Wildewood. The former Northwood resident was 92. Born Elizabeth Anne Morgan in Allentown, Pa., she was the daughter...

  • Anastasia 'Sia' Georgandis, editor who enjoyed travel, cooking, dies

    Anastasia 'Sia' Georgandis, editor who enjoyed travel, cooking, dies

    Anastasia "Sia" Georgandis, senior managing editor for several publications for Baltimore-based Stansberry Research and a resident of Mount Vernon, died July 31 of cardiac arrest at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, British Columbia. She was 31. Ms. Georgandis had been attending a conference in...

  • Robert F. McAllister, retired Baltimore detective, dies

    Robert F. McAllister, retired Baltimore detective, dies

    Robert Franklin McAllister, a retired Baltimore City homicide detective who worked high-profile criminal cases in the 1980s, died of leukemia Friday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Monkton resident was 64. Born in Baltimore and raised in Catonsville on Bloomsburg Avenue, he was the son...

  • Dr. Joseph B. 'Brett' Lazar, physician, dies

    Dr. Joseph B. 'Brett' Lazar, physician, dies

    Dr. Joseph B. "Brett" Lazar, a former deputy director of health for the state of Utah who earlier had been public health officer for Howard County, died Aug. 1 from a brain tumor at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Columbia. He was 78. The son of Dr. Martin Lazar, a physician, and Muriel Lazar, a homemaker,...

  • Michael J. O'Malley, Rosedale lumberyard owner, dies

    Michael J. O'Malley, Rosedale lumberyard owner, dies

    Michael J. O'Malley, owner of a Rosedale lumberyard who was an avid outdoorsman, died of cancer July 23 at his Glyndon home. He was 64. The son of Paul T. O'Malley, lumberyard owner, and Elsie Farenholt, a homemaker, Michael John O'Malley was born in Baltimore and raised on St. Alban's Way in Homeland....

  • Leo A. Murray, Jesuit priest and film scholar, dies

    Leo A. Murray, Jesuit priest and film scholar, dies

    The Rev. Leo A. Murray, a Jesuit priest and film scholar who had been president of Loyola Blakefield and pastor of St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church, died of heart disease July 23 at Manresa Hall at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. He was 85. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Leo A....

  • John Menton, Baltimore real estate agent, dies

    John Menton, Baltimore real estate agent, dies

    John Menton, a prominent real estate agent and a former board member of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors, died July 19 at Gilchrist Hospice of cholangiocarcinoma. The Guilford resident was 71. Mr. Menton, whom colleagues and family said had a self-deprecating sense of humor, also mentored...

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