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Services took place for Linthicum resident James G. Lewis on March 26 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Lewis, 69, died March 23 at University Hospital in Baltimore after a lengthy illness.

He was employed as a production foreman at Haribson Walker for 30years until his retirement in 1977. He also served in the U.S. Marines during World War II.

Mr. Lewis was a member of Church of the Brethren.

His other interests included gardening, hunting, hiking inthe woods and fishing.

He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Thelma Kintsler; four sons, James Lewis of Indiana, Donald Lewis and David Lewis, both of Linthicum, and Brian Lewis of Baltimore Highlands;a daughter, Sandra Curtin of Linthicum; a brother, Donald Lewis of Ravenswood, W.Va.; four sisters, Marie Sharpolisky, Willa Wayts, Ruby Lewis and Katie Cuppett, all of West Virginia; five grandchildren.


Services took place for Glen Burnie resident James R. Argubright on March 26 at Church of the Good Shepherd.

Mr. Argubright, 50, died March 23 at his home.

He was employed as a postal inspector in Baltimore for 30 years. Mr. Argubright also served in the U.S. Army in Vietnam.

His memberships included Church of the Good Shepard, American Legion Post No. 85, International Police Association (secretary), and the Federal Criminal Investigation Association.

Other interests included golf, reading, traveling, home computers and bowling.

He is survived by his wife of 28 years, June Gladmon Argubright; a son, Michael Argubright of Glen Burnie; a daughter, Deborah McCloskey of Annapolis; five sisters, Marilyn Blender of Linden, Tenn., Kathy Mordau of Peru, Ill., Patricia Argubright, Jacqueline Peterlin and Susan Argubright, all of Olgesby, Ill.; his mother, Geraldean Tobler Argubright; and a grandson.

Memorial donations may be made to Arundel Hospice, 403 Headquarters Drive, Suite 1, Millersville, Md. 21144.


Services took place for Severna Park resident William L. Duvall on March 26 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Duvall, 78, died March 24 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

A resident of Severna Park for 78 years, he was self-employed at Severna Park Car Wash for the past 17 years. Prior to that he was employed by Brooklyn Motors.

He was a member of Amos Masonic Lodge No. 226.

His wife, Esther Duvall, died before him.

Surviving him are a daughter, Joan E. Bullock of Severna Park, and two grandchildren.


A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated for Baltimore Highlands resident Frank Arthur Tucker at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Holy Trinity Catholic Church.

Mr. Tucker, 69, died March 24 at St. Agnes Hospital.

A county resident all of his life, he worked as a truck driver since he was 16 years old. He retired in December 1979 from Yale Transport where he worked for 25 years.

He served as treasurer for Good Timers Golfers Club of Baltimore Highlands.

Other interests included golfing, painting, being with his friends and eating at Our Place in Baltimore.

He is survived by his wife of eight years, Zelma Ritz; two daughters, Rosemary Fisher of Severna Park and Donna Tucker of Glen Burnie; two sons, Thomas Tucker of Baltimore Highlands and John Tucker of Pasadena; five stepchildren, Frank Perro of Severn, Richard Perro of Crownsville, Shirley Strauss of Sykesville, Kenny Ritz and Kevin Ritz, both of Linthicum; a brother, Lloyd Tucker of Baltimore Highlands; three sisters, Carol Scott of Crownsville, Florence Schorbach of Baltimore Highlands, and Iris Mathison of Boonesboro; 26 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.

Arrangements are being madeby Singleton Funeral Home.


A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated for Glen Burnie resident Russell Jennings Riley III on March 25 at St. Bernadette's Catholic Church.

Mr. Riley, 49, died March 21 at his home.

He was employed as a partsman with a Ford auto dealer until his retirement in 1975. He also served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War.

Mr. Riley was a member of Church of the Good Shephard.

Other interests included animals and reptiles.

He is survived by his wife, Darlene M. Riley; his father, Russell Riley Jr. of Annapolis; a son, Russell Riley IV; three stepsons, Adam Brown of Pasadena, Kevin Brown of Glen Burnie and Warren Brown of Glen Burnie; four stepdaughters, Dora Beam of Pasadena, Linda Bohle of Pasadena, Darlene Brown of Glen Burnie and DawnDricoll of Severn; and 13 grandchildren.


Services will take place for Glen Burnie resident Margaret R. Bowland Hewett at 10:30 a.m. today at Messiah United Methodist Church.

Mrs. Hewett, 69, died March 25 at North Arundel Hospital.

She was employed at North Arundel Hospital as a nursing assistant for the past nine years.

Mrs. Hewett was a member of Messiah United Methodist Church and Christian Womans Club.

Her other interests included crocheting, fishing and sewing.

She is survived by her husband of 27 years, Harry L. Hewett; two daughters, Margaret R. Phebus of Houston, Texas, and Faye Grimes of Glen Burnie; a brother, Bill Rowland of Washington, D.C.; three sisters, Rebecca Wallace, EdnaHarper and Georgia Askew, all of Washington, D.C.; and four grandchildren.

Arrangements were made by Singleton Funeral Home.

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