Funeral services took place for former Glen Burnie resident Robert Scott Broseker June 1 at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Broseker, 34, died of heart failure May 29 at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

He was employed as a waiter at various restaurants and was a member of the Glen Burnie Moose Lodge.

His other interests included music and karate.

Surviving him are a sister, Barbara L. Fisher of Glen Burnie; three brothers, Carvel W. Broseker of Severn, R. Wayne Broseker of Jessup, and Edward A. Broseker of Glen Burnie; and parents,Gladys H. and William Henry Broseker Jr. of Glen Burnie.



Services took place for Linthicum resident Mae Gladys Patterson Blevins May 24 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mrs. Blevins, 73, died May 21 at Harbor Hospital Center.

A county residentfor over 25 years, she was employed for 20 years as an assembler forWestinghouse Corp. until her retirement in 1978.

She enjoyed her family and playing cards.

Her husband, Carl Blevins, preceded her in death.

She is survived by three stepsons, David Blevins and Richard Blevins, both of Westminster, and Jack Blevins of Baltimore; three stepdaughters, Katherine Evans of Linthicum, Juanita Neal and JaneNiece, both of Baltimore Highlands; two brothers, Fred L. Vealey of Sykesville and Bernie R. Patterson of Shalimar; 21 grandchildren and 41 great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may bemade to the Maryland Eye Bank, 815 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 21201.



Graveside services took place for Bowie resident Edward Weintraub May 27 at Hillcrest Cemetery.

Mr. Weintraub, 62, died of cancer May 26 at his home.

He retired May 23 after 30 years as a lawyer in both the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Office of Enforcement operations in the criminal division of the U.S. Justice Department. He was an expert in the law of electronic surveillance.

Apast president of the Young Democrats of Kansas City, he was a speaker for the UN Speaker Bureau and was active in the public defenders' program in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Weintraub also served in the U.S. Army in Germany during the Korean War.

His interests included golf.

He is survived by his wife, Mary Jane Weintraub; his mother, Anna Yablonsky Weintraub of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; a son, Capt. David Weintraub of Gainesville, Fla.; three daughters, Joan Weintraub of Greenbelt, Laura Weintraub of Upper Marlboro, and Diane Weintraub of Frederick; and a brother, Robert L. Weintraub of Miami, Fla.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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