Private services for Maria L. Muscolino of Annapolis, the resident building manager of the the Glenwood Senior High Rise apartments of Annapolis since 1986, have been arranged.
Mrs. Muscolino, 70, died May 13 at Anne Arundel Medical Center after a lengthy illness.
Originally from Virginia, she was active in a number of senior citizens groups before coming to Glenwood.
Her husband, Charles Muscolino, died earlier this year.
Mrs. Muscolino's survivors include three sons, Charles Muscolino of Tompkinsville, Anthony Bert Muscolino of Baltimore, and Ronald Muscolino of Temple Hills; three daughters, Joanne Richards and Carol Jewell, both of Edgewater, and Patricia Ann Trossback of Centerville; 15 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Arrangements were by the Hardesty Funeral Home.
HENRY W. NAGLE JR. CITY EMPLOYEE, 72
Services will take place today for retired Baltimore city employee Henry William Nagle Jr., at 11 a.m. atthe Hardesty Funeral Home in Gambrills.
Mr. Nagle, 72, died May 14 at Kimbrough Army Hospital of natural causes.
His interests included playing cards.
Mr. Nagle is survived by three daughters, Elaine Ford of Crownsville, Brenda Williams of Odenton, Sandra Kues of Glen Burnie; a sister, Catherine Livingston of Arnold; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
EDITH O. CLAYTON HOMEMAKER, 68
Services took place for Pasadena and Glen Burnie resident Edith O. Clayton May 10 at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mrs. Clayton, 68, died May 7 at North Arundel Hospital.
She is survived by her husband, Oliver Clayton; two sons, James A. Clayton and Oliver C. Clayton III, both of Glen Burnie; a daughter, Dawn L. Reyes of Glen Burnie; and fivegrandchildren.