Services will take place for Pasadena resident Kenneth M. Hartline at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Hartline, 39, died of a stroke July 7 at University Hospital.

A Pasadena resident for 11 years, he was employed as a pressman for Quebecor Printing.

He was a member of Local 31 Pressman's Unionfor 20 years.

Surviving him are his wife, Ruby L. Hartline; two daughters, Chastity M. Guarnera of Glen Burnie and Heather T. Hartlineof Pasadena; his mother, Margaret Smith of Florida; a sister, Lisa L. Kellum of Arbutus; and four grandchildren.



Services will take place for Pasadena resident Alfred T. Turner at 11 a.m. today at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Turner, 92, died July 6 at North Arundel Hospital.

A resident for 33 years,he worked as a sales manager for Armour Meat Packing for 36 years until he retired in October 1961.

He was a member of St. Andrews Episcopal Church of Pasadena, Keystone Masonic Lodge 271 of Philadelphia, Pa., Green Haven Improvement Association, Anne Arundel County Appeals Tax Court, and Kiwanis Club of Glen Burnie. He served as presidentof Harundale Community Association, president of the Kiwanis Club in1968, lieutenant governor of Kiwanis Club 14th Division Capital District, chairman for Stand Up for America Parade, and chairman of Anne Arundel County Soap Box Derby.

Mr. Turner enjoyed stamp collecting, gardening and reading.

His wife, Marie E. Fricke Turner, preceded him in death.

He is survived by a daughter, Janet Hein of Pasadena; two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.



Services will take place for Cape St. Claire resident Joseph E. Allen at 1 p.m. today at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr.Allen, 83, died July 6 at his home.

A previous resident of the Green Haven section of Pasadena, he was employed as a crane operator with Koppers Corp. for 35 years until he retired in 1973.

Mr. Allen enjoyed fishing, bowling and music.

He is survived by his wife, Virginia Mills Allen; two sons, Joseph R. Allen of Glen Burnie and Charles E. Allen of Hurlock; two daughters, Janet Lee Neff and Virginia Ann Jordan, both of Cape St. Claire; two brothers, Charles Allen of Baltimore and Richard Allen of Glen Burnie; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to Arundel Hospice, 403 Headquarters Drive, Suite 1, Millersville 21108.



Services will take place for Odenton resident Carl R. Jewell at 9 a.m. today at Odenton Baptist Church.

Mr.Jewell, 37, died of a heart attack July 4 at Kimbrough Army Hospital.

He was employed as a teacher at Odenton Christian School.

Mr.Jewell was a member of the Chapelgate Association and Greater Odenton Recreation Council.

He refereed football games for GORC, enjoyedplaying football and working with the hearing-impaired.

Survivinghim are his wife, Marilyn J. Dominick Jewell; three daughters, Amanda M. Jewell, Katie J. Jewell, and Bethany A. Jewell, all of Odenton; a son, Eric R. Jewell of Odenton; a sister, Christine Jewell of Capital Heights; two brothers, James Jewell of Odenton and Shawn Jewell ofCapital Heights.



Services will take place for Arnold resident Anna Saarlas at 7 p.m. today at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church in Severna Park.

Mrs. Saarlas, 89, died of natural causes June 30 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

Born in Estonia, she earned her master's degree in crafts and home economics in Estonia and taught crafts and needlework in Estonia, Germany and New York.

She escaped from Estonia at the end of World War II to southernGermany, where she lived in a displaced persons camp until moving toNew York in 1956. From there she moved to Cincinnati in 1961 and to Arnold in 1979.

Mrs. Saarlas was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in New York and Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church in Severna Park.

She enjoyed needlework.

Her husband, Nikolai Saarlas, diedin 1961.

She is survived by a son, Maido Saarlas of Arnold, a granddaughter and a grandson.

Memorial donations may be made to WoodsWise, c/o Woods Memorial Church, Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard, Severna Park 21146.



Services will take place forMarely Park resident Anna Laura Morgan Hagner at noon July 11 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mrs. Hagner, 74, died on July 8 at Harbor Hospital.

A resident for 45 years, she was employed for 21 years as aclerk at Marley Pharmacy until she retired in 1979.

Mrs Hagner enjoyed cooking and shopping.

Her husband, Robert Leo Hagner, preceded her in death.

She is survived by a son, Harry H. Cook Sr. of Ridgely; two daughters, Patricia A. Fancois of Pasadena and Martha E. Hampton of Glen Burnie; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.



Services for retired seamstressAnna Elizabeth Kaufman of Glen Burnie, formerly of South Baltimore, took place on July 8 at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel.

Mrs. Kaufman, 83, died July 4 at North Arundel Hospital. She was born in Richmond County, Va., and later worked as a seamstress.

Her interestsincluded sewing, gardening and traveling.

Preceded in death by her husband, Wilbur Kaufman, Mrs. Kaufman is survived by a son, WilliamT. Douglas of Glen Burnie; three daughters, Mary Tolson of Baltimore, Myrtle Denton of Glenrock, Pa. and Margaret Fontana of Yountsville,Calif.; two brothers, Julian Lewis of Baltimore and Preston Lewis ofFarnham, Va.; 11 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

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