A private service was held May 11 for homemaker and retired nurse Edna J. Goodman of West Epping Forest in Annapolis.

Mrs. Goodman, 77, died of a heart attack May 9 at her home.

Born in Illinois, she was educated at the Washington, D.C., General Hospital Nursing School. Mrs. Goodman later worked at Kimbrough Army Hospital at Fort Meade during the 1950s and at Anne Arundel General Hospital in Annapolis.

Her husband, Orville John Goodman, died March 21.

Mrs. Goodman is survived by three sons; Wayne O. Goodman at home, James P. Goodman of Epping Forest, and Warren J. Goodman of Riva; three sisters, Mrs. Sue Duckson of Florida, Virginia Freer of Alexandria, Va., and Mabel Drake of Kirkwood, Mo.; and seven grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Rescue Squad, c/o West Annapolis Volunteer Fire and Improvement Company, 121 Jennifer Road, Annapolis, 21401.

Arrangements were by the Hardesty Funeral Home of Annapolis.


Services for retired businessman Charles L. Woodfield of Galesville will take place at 11 a.m. May 14 at the Galesville United Methodist Church, 4825 Church Lane in Galesville.

Mr. Woodfield, 82, died of heart failureMay 11 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

A retired partner in the Woodfield Fish & Oyster Co. in Galesville, he worked in the business for 45 years.

Mr. Woodfield was a member of the Galesville United Methodist Church, a life member of the Annapolis Yacht Club, a past president and life member of the South Anne Arundel County Lions Club, a life member of the Annapolis Elks Lodge No. 662, and a past president and life member of the West River Improvement Association in Galesville.

Other interests included gardening, boating and charitable causes.

He is survived by his wife, Nellie M. Woodfield at home; adaughter, Barbara J. Broton of Carlsbad, Calif., two brothers, William R. Woodfield Sr. and Herman A. Woodfield Jr. of Galesville; three sisters, Mary W. Moreland of Lothian, Mildred W. Moreland of Galesville; and Ruby W. Chapman of Lexington Park.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Galesville, United Methodist Church, P.O. Box. 131, Galesville, 20765.

Arrangements were made by the Hardesty Funeral Home of Galesville.


A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at Holy Trinity Catholic Church at 9 a.m. May 15 for retired Westinghouse Corp. electronics technician Robert S. Smith Jr. of Glen Burnie.

It will be preceded by a viewing from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., tonight at the RaymondC. Fink Funeral Home at 426 Crain Highway SW in Glen Burnie.

Mr. Smith, 60, died of cancer May 12 at his home.

Born in Chicopee Falls, Mass., he later attended Richard Henry Lee Elementary School and graduated from Glen Burnie Senior High School in 1948.

Mr. Smith served in the Navy during the Korean War. After leaving the Navy, he went to work initially as a journeyman machinist for the B & O Railroad, and later as a refrigeration service technician for the Maryland Refrigeration Co.

Then Mr. Smith went to the Westinghouse Corp. as an environmental test technician. Eventually, he became an inspector for Westinghouse Electric Systems and retired last year after a 29 year career.

His interests included crabbing, camping and traveling.

Mr. Smith is survived by his wife, the former Anita Thiessen of Glen Burnie; three sons, Robert S. Smith III of Severna Park, Randall Oliver Smith of Pasadena, and Richard "Rick" E. Smith of Orlando, Fla.; a daughter, Anne Beatty of Millington; a sister, Jean S. Butcher of Columbia; and five grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to the Arundel Hospice Program, 403 Headquarters Drive in Millersville.


Services for retired deli manager Hester Marie Brehm of Palm Coast, Fla.,formerly of Edgewater, will take place 1 p.m. May 16 at the HardestyFuneral Home of Annapolis.

Mrs. Brehm, 67, died May 10 of a heartattack at the Ormond Beach, Fla., Memorial Hospital.

She was originally from Kentucky and retired from the Chevy Chase Safeway stores in the 1980s after 24 years as a deli manager.

Mrs. Brehm attendedSt. John's Baptist Church in Bunnell, Fla. Her other interests included sewing and flowers.

Survivors include her father, Walter Saunders of Carryville, Tenn.; her husband Billie M. Brehm at home; four sons, John H. Bailey of Alexandria, Va., David Bailey and Roger Bailey, both of Edgewater, and Timothy Brehm of Crofton; two daughters, Gloria Bailey of Alexandria, Va. and Carole F. Farrell of Bunnell, Fla.;three brothers, Amos Saunders and Clovis Saunders, both of Gauley Bridge, Va., and Bernard Saunders of Ohio; a sister, Dorothy Delong of Charleston, W. Va.; 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Visiting hours at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 12 Ridgely Ave. in Annapolis are from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. May 15.


Services for retired medical librarian Doris Adams Leebrick of Annapolis will be held privately.

Mrs. Leebrick, 69, died May 11 at the Anne Arundel County Medical Center ofcancer.

Originally from Oakland, Calif., she worked as a medical librarian at the Queen's Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii, during the 1940s.

A member of the Protestant faith, her other interests includedsailing.

She is survived by her husband, Jean Paul Leebrick Jr. at home; three daughters, Leslie L. Maybee of Charlotte, N.C., Lynn L.Siegel of Reston, Va., and Leigh Leebrick of Gaithersburg; a son, J.Paul Leebrick III of Charlotte, N.C.; a brother, Don Adams of Salmon, Idaho; and five grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Arrangements were by the Hardesty Funeral Home of Annapolis.

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