Richard E. Riley, a former resident here, died Sept. 6 in Florida. He was the son of Charlotte Dausinger of Sykesville and the late Patrick Riley. He had worked as a general contractor. In addition to his mother, survivors include a son, Rodney Riley of Westminster; sister, Joan Branham of Howard County; and two grandchildren.
Howard W. Izzett, 35, died Friday in a car accident. He was the son of Robert I. Izzett of Pennsylvania and Corda S. Wilson of Allegany County. He owned and operated the Charles Street Salon in Baltimore. In addition to his parents, survivors include brothers, Robert Izzett of Tennessee, Donald Izzett of Pennsylvania and Charles Izzett of Georgia.
Clyde E. Duncan, 64, died Thursday at Georgetown University Hospital, Washington. A Howard County resident, he was the husband of Donna C.
Duncan. A U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, he worked as an engineer designer. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons, MacDonald A.
Duncan of Montgomery County, Daniel J. Duncan and William P. Duncan, both of Prince George's County, Andrew L. Duncan and Matthew T. Duncan, both of Mount Airy; daughters, Doreen E. Donaldson of Calvert County, Maura M.
Parker of Frederick County, and Bonnie Coggins of Westminster; brother, William L. Duncan of Rhode Island; sisters, Agnes Watson of Rhode Island and Jessie Toye of Florida.
Horace Hance Jr., 71, died Sunday at his home. Survivors include daughters, Marjorie A. Eberlein of Pennsylvania, and Deborah L. Schinault of here; sister, Virginia Showe of Howard County; and two grandchildren.
Memorial services will be at 8 p.m. Friday at Faith Presbyterian Church, 5400 Loch Raven Blvd., Baltimore.
Alphas Surface, 86, died Oct. 2 at Pleasant View Nursing Home here.
The son of the late Roland and Mary Surface, he had no immediate survivors.
Henry E. Bosic, 79, died Thursday in Frederick. He was the husband of the late Mamie T. Bosic. He was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church, Libertytown in Frederick County and the Unionville-Linganore Grange.
Survivors include a daughter, Patricia Hoffman of Harford County; sons Donald H. Bosic of Montgomery County and Kenneth H. Bosic of here; sister, Anna Single of Taneytown; brothers, Tony Bosic of Pennsylvania and John Bosic of Harford County; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Lewis A. Schmidt, 73, died Sunday at his Baltimore County home here.
He was the husband of Carolyn D. Schmidt. A farmer, he also had worked for the Baltimore Board of Education. In addition to his wife, survivors include daughter, Lois Ryan of here; son, Gary Schmidt of Reisterstown, Baltimore County; stepsons, Phillip Chalk and Jeffrey Chalk, both of here; sisters, Grace Pierpont of Baltimore and Helen Pierpont of Talbot County; brother, John Schmidt of Finksburg; and two grandchildren. Services are at 1 p.m. today at the Eckhardt Funeral Chapel here.
Anna L. Spertzel, 65, a resident of North Carolina here, died Oct. 3.
She was the widow of Boyd R. Spertzel. Surviving are daughters, Jean Powell of Georgia, Mary Hess of Sykesville and Roberta Inman of here; sons, Raymond Spertzel of Finksburg, Charles Spertzel of Sykesville, Robert Spertzel of Millers and William B. Spertzel of South Carolina; sisters, Elsie Puka and Jean Fettro; brothers, George Cline and James Cline, all of New Cumberland, Pennsylvania; 18 grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.
Marshall L. Bise, 62, died Sunday at Meridian Nursing Home, Baltimore County. He was the husband of Beatrice J. Bise. A retired welder at Westminster Electric Co., he was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Freedom Chapter. In addition to his wife, survivors include daughter, Donna Clas of here; and sisters, Claire Martin and Crease Raphel, both of Ohio, and Justine Mussalu of Virginia. Services are at 10 a.m. today at the Haight Funeral Home here.
Lee Schwartz, 23, died Thursday at Carroll County General Hospital after an extended illness. She was the daughter of Dale and Debbie Sullivan and the wife of Wade F. Schwartz. A member of Liberty Church of Maryland, she had served in the U.S. Army. In addition to her parents and husband, survivors include sons, Daniel J. and David M. Schwartz at home; sisters, Junell and April Sullivan; and brothers, Dale Sullivan Jr. and Richard Sullivan. The family requests memorial donations to the American Cancer Society, Carroll County Unit 824, Westminster.
Samuel C. Smith, 69, died Thursday at Carroll County General Hospital.
He was the husband of Thelma C. Smith. A retired carpenter, he was a member of the Middleburg Methodist Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, Gary C. Smith of here; brothers, Herbert Smith, Richard Smith and Lester Smith, all of Frederick, David Smith of New Windsor and Jack Smith of here; sisters, Pauline Stride of Pennsylvania, Janice Hahn of Keymar, Ellen Hillery of Mount Airy, and Violet Summers of Frederick.
Hulda M. Sharpless, 65, died Thursday at home. She was a member of Union Bridge Church of the Brethren. Surviving are sisters, Sarah Friends and May Hale.
Mabel J. Wilson, 91, died Oct. 1 at Carroll County General Hospital.
She was a retired teacher. Survivors include a daughter, Jane Turnau of Columbia, Howard County; and two grandchildren.
Robert W. Fritz, 40, a former resident here, died Oct. 3 at his home in Hopewell, Va. He was the son of Myra I. Fritz of Linwood and the late Sterling C. Fritz. He was the husband of Linda H. Fritz. Formerly, he was employed with Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. In addition to his mother and wife, survivors include son, Wayne A. Fritz of here; stepson, Shawn W.
Gregory of Virginia; sisters, Margaret Boone of Union Bridge, Helen Feeser of Taneytown, Barbara Flohr of New Windsor and Bonnie Fritz of Finksburg; brothers, Richard Fritz of here, James Fritz of Frederick County and Charles Fritz of Pennsylvania.
Elva V. Bond, 76, died Friday at Levindale Nursing Home, Baltimore. She was the widow of Milton W. Bond and the stepmother of the late Joanne Bond.
Before retiring, she was a seamstress at Grief Sewing Factory. Survivors are a brother, Walter Williams of here; sisters, Hollis Cowan of Baltimore and Josephine Cowan of Finksburg.