Funeral services took place for Glen Burnie resident George A. Coleman on March 8 at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Coleman, 63, died of heart failure March 6 in Baltimore.

He was employed as a steel worker for Bethlehem Steel Co. for 33 years, until his retirement in 1984. He also served in the U.S Army during World War II.

Mr. Coleman was past member of Glen Burnie Moose Lodge and the American Legion Veterans of Foreign War Post 40 in Glen Burnie.

His other interests included fishing, playing cards, watching football and baseball on television and boating.

He is survived by his former wife Shirley A. Coleman; three sons, Michael N. Coleman of Ferndale, George C. Coleman of Lutherville, and James Davisof Brooklyn Park; a daughter, Darlene Burton of Glen Burnie; two brothers, Earl Coleman of Middle River and Calvin Coleman of Belair; three sisters, Helen Balk of Middle River, Louise Fales and Lillian Mettille of Essex; 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to Joseph Richey Hospice, 820 Eutaw St., Baltimore, 21201.


Funeral services took place for Glen Burnie resident Nevin S. Rudisill on March 11 at St. Pauls Lutheran Church.

Mr. Rudisill, 70, died of heart failure March 7 at home in Glen Burnie.

He was employed at Westinghousein the maintenance department for 12 years until his retirement in 1985. Prior to that, he was a partner in Rudisill Texaco Gas Station.

Mr. Rudisill served in the U.S. Army during World War II, where heearned a Bronze Star Medal.

He enjoyed bowling duckpins.

Surviving him are his wife, Grace Robey Rudisill; two daughters, Linda M. Rudisill of Pasadena and Paulette S. Rudisill of Glen Burnie; a brother, Paul H. Rudisill of Glen Burnie; and a sister, Pauline R. Stokes of Glen Burnie.


Funeral services took place for Crownsville resident Calvin Woodrow Daff on Thursday, March14, at Hardesty Funeral Home in Gambrills.

Mr. Daff, 67, died of heart failure March 11 at Harbor Hospital in Baltimore.

He was employed for 28 years as an auto mechanic with the State Highway Administration on Best Gate Road until his retirement in 1971. He also worked for six years for the Anne Arundel County Landfill in Millersville.

Mr. Daff was a member of the United Brethren Church in Goshan, W.Va., and enjoyed playing music.

He is survived by his wife, Elva Mae Daff; a son, Richard L. Daff Sr. of Crownsville; five brothers, Everett Daff of Parkersburg, West Va., French Daff of Buchanan, W.Va., Ernie Daff of Richwood, W.Va., Ordy Daff and Oliver Daff, both of Pasadena; three sisters, Mary Wolford of Pasadena, Ella Mae Pumphrey of Millersville, and Lena Belle Gillam of Tennessee; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

His brothers Ellis Daff, Troy Daff and Edward Daff died before him.

These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If information hasn't been published about someone in your family who has passed away, please call Deborah Toich at 761-1732 or 332-6211 or (800) 829-8000, Ext. 6211. You may also fax your information to us at 332-6677.

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