Julia L. Hammersley, 84, died Tuesday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late Charles W. Hammersley. Survivors include daughters Marie Caudell of here and Charlotte Gardner of Woodbine; four grandsons and seven great-grandchildren.


Bennett E. Alderman, 82, died Thursday at his home. He was the husband of Mary N. Alderman. A dairy scientist forthe University of Maryland Research Farm, he also was a member of the Meadow Branch Church of the Brethren. In addition to his wife, survivors include daughters Renee of Westminster, Nadine L. Cecil of Baltimore, and Jean Mort of California; son, Joe Harding; sisters Helen Akers and Louise Hylton; brother, E. L. Alderman, all of Virginia, andthree grandchildren.


Elsie A. Miller, 90, aformer resident here, died Wednesday at Meridian Nursing Center in Frederick. She was the wife of the late Pierre Miller. Survivors include a daughter, Elaine of Frederick; son, Paul H. of West Virginia; sister, Virgie Hare of Hampstead; one grandchild and two great-grandchildren. The family requests memorial donations to Millers United Methodist Church, 3282 Charmil Drive, where she was a member.


Audrey A. Haney, 76, died Thursday at Baltimore County General Hospital. A member of the Freedom District Lioness Club, she had retired from J. Schoeneman Co., where she was a secretary. Survivors include a brother, Richard R. Burton of Florida and a nephew. Services are at 11 a.m. Monday at the Haight Funeral Home here.


Ruth Mae H. Daneker, 98, a former resident here, died Thursday at Gettysburg Hospital in Pennsylvania. She was the wife of the late John J. Daneker. The couple had owned Daneker Locksmith in Baltimore. Survivors include a sister, Alberta Welty of Hampstead; brother, Reno Haines and brother-in-law, Clarence Motter, both of here; several nieces and nephews, including Ruth Hill, who cared for her.


The Rev. Harry G. Hager, 85, died Feb. 9 at Dulaney Towson Convalescence Center in Baltimore County. He was a former minister at Deer Park United Methodist in Smallwood and Grace United Methodist in Hampstead. Survivors include daughters Ruth Robbins of Baltimore County and Joyce Matthai of Ohio, and one grandson.

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Ronald D. Selby Sr., 38, died Wednesday. He was the son of Harold R. and Jane G. Selby of here and the husband of Roxanne W. Selby. A member of St. James Lutheran Church and the Volunteer Fire Co. here, he also was a lifelong Boy Scout in Troop 330. He coached youth baseball with the town Recreation Council. He was employed at Lehigh Portland Cement Co. as a millwright and served as a shop steward in Local 31. In addition to his parents and wife, survivors include a daughter, Renee M.; sons Ronald D. Jr. and Robert B., all of here, and a brother Richard G. of New Windsor. The family requests contributions in his memory to the church at P.O. Box 1060.


Helen Y. Stuller, 95, died Feb. 9 at Longview Nursing Home in Manchester. She was the wife of the late Guernie Stuller. Survivors include a son, G. Richard of here; daughter, Eloise Odvarka of Nebraska, and sisters Edith Y. Lovell of here and Julia Y. Pickett ofBaltimore.

Hilda W. Marquette, 90, died Wednesday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late Ralph N. Marquette. She was a member of Sandy Mount United Methodist Church. She is survived by a dear friend, Helen L. Green of here.

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