Services took place for Daisy Starcher Thompson June 12 at Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.

Mrs. Thompson, 77, died June 11 at Anne Arundel Medical Center following a lengthy illness.

A homemaker, she was a graduate of West Virginia University with a bachelor of science degree in home economics.

Mrs. Thompson was a member of Simpson United Methodist Church in Moundsville, W.Va., and a member of Moundsville chapter 86 of the Order of the Eastern Star.

Other interests included church work, the Order of the Rainbow, needlework, cooking, hunting, fishing and golf.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Dr. Newell Evers Thompson. Surviving her are two daughters and son-in-laws, Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Blum of Germantown, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Glatzel of Severna Park, with whom she resided since 1982.



Services will take place for North Beach resident William Arthur Pope Jr. at 9:30 a.m. June 14 at Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.

Mr. Pope, 71, died of cardiac arrest June 11 in North Beach.

Born in Washington, D.C., and raised in Baltimore, he came to Severna Park in 1960 and moved to North Beach in 1973.

He was employed as a wood floor installer by John K. Eareckson Co. until his retirement five years ago. He also served with the U.S. Army during World War II.

Mr. Pope was a member of the American Legion in North Beach.

His other interests included hunting.

His wife, Hazel Pope, died in 1984.

Surviving him are a son, Gary Pope of Severna Park; a sister, Annette Panamarrow of Baltimore; and two grandchildren.



A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated for Odenton resident Ethel Ruth Jernigan Perry at 10 a.m. June 14 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church.

Mrs. Perry, 66, died of a cerebral hemorrhage June 11 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

A resident since 1962, she was a member of St. Joseph's Church.

Her other interests included silk flower arranging.

She is survived by her husband, Carmen A. Perry; two sons, Christopher C. Perry of Severna and John F. Perry of Odenton; a daughter, Toni Annette Ebbenhouse of Severn; stepmother, Mary J. Jernigan of Suffolk, Va.; three brothers, Edwin Jernigan and Carroll Jernigan, both of Virginia, and Elmer Jernigan of North Carolina; two sisters, Edith Goodge of Florida and Edna Jernigan of Virginia; and two granddaughters.

Memorial donations may be madeto the University of Maryland Stroke Research Center, UMAB Hospital,22 S. Greene Street, Baltimore, Md. 21201.

Arrangements were madeby Hardesty Funeral Home in Gambrills.



Services will take place for former Arnold and Shady Side resident Margaret Edith Moser at 11 a.m. June 14 at Hardesty Funeral Home.

Mrs. Moser, 59, died of cancer June 11 at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Born in Shady Side, Mrs. Moser was a school bus driver in the Arnold area in the 1980s. She also operated a snowball business in her home in Arnold and tended bar at Lou's Woodland Restaurant in Edgewater.

Her other interests included animals, crabbing and her grandchildren.

She is survived by her husband, Rodney E. Moser of Osterburg, Pa.; three sons, Gary A. Katski of Silver Spring, John B. Katski of Crofton, and James Bryan Langly of Arnold; a daughter, Brenda Holland of Bowie; and four grandchildren.



Services will take place for Chestertown resident Helen Coleman Maurer at 1:30 p.m. today at Hardesty Funeral Home.

Mrs. Maurer, 77, died of cancer June 11 at her home.

Formerly a resident ofFerndale, she operated an interior dec

orating business from her home in Ferndale.

Mrs. Maurer was a member of Chestertown Library Volunteers, Hospital Gift Shop and Suttersville Homemakers.

Her other interest included needlepoint and art.

Her husband, Harold Maurer, died in 1977.

She is survived by a daughter, Marion Carter ofChestertown; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to Kent County Hospice Foundation, 125 South Lynchburg Street, Chestertown, Md. 21620.

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