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Services took place for Glen Burnie-Pasadena resident Helen Elizabeth Wiggins Kopp July 5 at the Singleton Funeral Home.

Mrs. Kopp, 58, died July 1 at North Arundel Hospital.

Mrs. Kopp was a graduate of Glen Burnie High School.

She was employed as a nursing assistant with North Arundel Convalescent Centerfor the past 10 years.

She enjoyed reading Danielle Steele books.

Surviving her are her husband of 27 years, William C. Kopp; a daughter, Dawn Kopp of Pasadena; a brother, Wayne Wiggins of Pasadena; asister, Evelyn Lloyd of Pasadena; and her mother, Margaret Wiggins of Pasadena.

Memorial donations may be made to the Arthritis Foundation or the American Diabetes Association.



Services took place for Severn resident Albert F. Lovette July 6 at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Lovette, 71, died of heart failure July 2 at North Arundel Hospital.

A Severn resident for 11years, he was self-employed as an auto repairman for 43 years until he retired in 1979.

He enjoyed working on autos and working with his hands. He also was a carpenter and built furniture for his own home.

Surviving him are his wife, Emma Nancy Lovette; a daughter, Nancy Raines of Pasadena; a son, Samuel Lovette of Severn; three sisters, Helen L. Meyers and Amelia Britt, both of Shannon, N.C., and Caroline E. Farley of Richmond, Va.; two brothers, William M. Lovette of Richmond, Va., and Harold T. Lovette of Robeson, N.C.; and two grandchildren.



Services for homemaker Suzanne Patricia Smith Tores of Baltimore, previously of Glen Burnie, took place July 5 at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mrs. Tores, 40, died June 30 of heart failure at Francis Scott Key Medical Center.

She was born and raised in Baltimore. Her interests including going for rides in her car, watching television and shopping.

Survivors include her husband, Nicholas A. Tores Jr. of Glen Burnie; two sisters, Catherine Hall of Baltimore and Judith Mayse of Oxford, N.C.; two brothers, James Smith of Baltimore and Richard Smith of Houston,Texas; her father, James H. Smith of Salisbury; and her mother, Gladys Mae White Trujillo, of Oxford, N.C.



Services took place for Glen Burnie resident Joan Coe Stoll on July 2 at Harundale Presbyterian Church.

Mrs. Stoll, 65, died June 28 in Columbia.

She was a county resident for 43 years.

Mrs. Stoll worked as a volunteer for Anne Arundel County Historical Browse and Buy Shoppe for 20years.

She was a member of the Anne Arundel County Historical Society and the Presbyterian Church Women's Association.

Other interests included collecting historical memorabilia.

She is survived byher husband, Robert L. Stoll; a son, Robin Coe Stoll of Reisterstown; a daughter, Rebecca Coe Stoll of Glen Burnie; and a sister, Margaret Coe Pumphrey of Ellicott City.

Her parents were the late Rev. M.Walker Coe and Anne Hammond Coe.

Memorial donations may be made to Harundale Presbyterian Church, 1020 Eastway,Glen Burnie,Md. 21061.



Services took place for Glen Burnieresident John H. Koch Jr. on July 2 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Koch, 68, died of a heart attack June 29 at North Arundel Hospital.

A Ferndale and Glen Burnie resident for 35 years, he graduated from Southern High School and was employed as a machinist with AmericanNational Can Co. for 21 years until his retirement in 1985.

He also served with the U.S. Army during World War II.

Mr. Koch was formerly a member of Peace Lutheran Churchland Southern Hunting Club, Glen Burnie Moose Club and the American Legion Post 276.

He also wasa member of the NRA Gun Club and the Steelworkers of America Union.

Other interests included golf, hunting and target shooting.

He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Susie C. Conner Koch; two sons, John H. Koch III of Baltimore and Anthony J. Koch of Ferndale; a daughter, Barbara Royle of Glen Burnie; two sisters, Elveria Reidel and Margaret Bowser, both of Pasadena; and two grandchildren.

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