Services for homemaker Thelma J. Stepp of Glen Burnie took place June 21 at the Singleton Funeral Chapel.
Mrs. Stepp, 71, died June 17at Harbor Hospital after a long illness.
She is survived by her husband of 48 years, Leo B. Stepp; five sons, William H. Smith of Florida, Leo C. Stepp of Pasadena, CharlesJ. Stepp of Glen Burnie, Allan H. Stepp of Arbutus and Kenneth J. Stepp of Maryland; four daughters, Barbara A. Levering, Sheryll S. Gilleland and Norkie N. Hendrickson, all of Glen Burnie, and Pummer M. Woodall of Baltimore.
MARY LEE HARRIS
BAR WORKER, 59
Services for Mary Lee Harris of Glen Burnie, an employee at the Crossroad Tavern, took place June 21 at the Kirkley Funeral Home.
Mrs. Harris, 59, died ofheart failure June 20 at home.
Mrs. Harris is survived by her husband, William E. Harris of Glen Burnie; four sons, Robert Gyorfi of Catonsville, William Gyorfi of Kansas City, Mo., Raymond Gyorfi and Jonathan Gyorfi, both of Glen Burnie; two sisters, Doris Dibbern of Baltimore and Rose Webster of the Eastern Shore; two brothers, Norman Herold and John Herold, both of Baltimore; and four grandchildren.