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Funeral services will take place for Glen Burnie resident WilliamT. Craig at 11 a.m. Friday, March 8, at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Craig, 67, died March 4 at his home.

He worked as a dispatcher for Gilpin Trucking until his retirement in 1988, and served in the Army during World War II.

Mr. Craig was a member of the Veterans ofForeign Wars in Rosedale.

His other interests included music and playing the guitar.

He is survived by a wife, Regina Taylor Craig of Catonsville; three sons, William Craig of Sykesville, Gary Craig of Glen Burnie and Robert Craig of Virginia; a daughter, Carolyn Lowe of Irvington; a brother, James J. Craig of Glen Burnie; a sister, Elizabeth A. Earle of Glen Burnie; and four grandchildren.


A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated for Linthicum resident William George Horstman at 10 a.m. today at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church.

Mr. Horstman, 68, died March 4 atHarbor Hospital.

He worked as an inspector for Koppers Company for 42 years until his retirement in 1984. He also served with the Marines in World War II in the Pacific theater.

Mr. Horstman was a member of St. Philip Neri Catholic Church.

He is survived by his wife, Dorothy K. Betz Horstman of Linthicum; a son, William E. Horstman of Reisterstown; a daughter, Kathleen V. Brooks of Queen Anne County; and three grandchildren.

Arrangements are being made by Singleton Funeral Home.


Prayers will be offered for Edgewater resident Harry J. Dean Sr. at 10 a.m. Friday, March 8, at Hardesty Funeral Home in Galesville.

Mr. Dean, 64, died of cancer on March 4 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

An Edgewater resident since 1952, he worked as a maintenance supervisor at the Prince George's County Board of Education for 27 years until his retirement in 1976. He then worked as a dispatcher for R. S. Leitch until December 1988.

Mr. Dean was a Boy Scout Master for ten years with Troop No. 453, for which he earned the Order of the Arrow and the Silver Beaver award.

He was a past commander of Cummings-Behlke American Legion Post No. 226 and was a Legionaire for the last 40 years.

He was a Roman Catholic and a member of Veterans of Foreign War Post No. 304 in Annapolis.

Other interests included hunting.

He is survived by his wife, Carolyn C. Dean; two daughters, Judith Holl of Edgewater and Roseann Greenwell of Shady Side; three sons, Harry J. Dean Jr. of Alabama, Roy Dean of Germany, and Hillory Dean of Edgewater; two brothers, Roy T. Dean of Edgewater and Andrew A. Dean Jr. of Florida; seven grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.

His son, Carl A. Dean, died before him.

Memorial donations may be made to the Cancer Society.

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