Raymond A. Meseroll Sr., a former Loyola University Maryland campus police officer who had an Internet radio station, died Sunday of complications from heart disease at Howard County General Hospital. The Ellicott City resident was 51.

Born in Chevy Chase and raised in Woodlawn and the Windsor Mill area, he attended Lutheran High School and Woodlawn High School. He later earned a General Educational Development certificate.

He went into security work and spent 19 years as a Loyola campus police officer. He left the post in 2009. He then attended classes at the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland and graduated in 2010.

He owned and operated Bmore Radio, an Internet radio station.

"He was mainly interested in developing an Internet radio station," said his mother, Ellen Watsic of Ellicott City. "He thought it had great possibilities."

She said her son was a dog fancier and was trained as a dog handler. She also said he liked drag racing and working on autos with friends.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Lemmon Funeral Home, 10 W. Padonia Road.

In addition to his mother, survivors include two sons, R. Allan Meseroll Jr. and David P. Meseroll, both of Edgewood; and two daughters, Stephanie Meseroll of Edgewood and Patricia Meseroll of Ellicott City. His marriages to Martha Lintz Meseroll and Michelle Nail Meseroll ended in divorce.

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