Emilie Eve KlepperElementary teacherServices for Emilie Eve...


Emilie Eve Klepper

Elementary teacher

Services for Emilie Eve Klepper, a former teacher who was interested in gardening, will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Taylor Funeral Chapel in Annapolis.

Mrs. Klepper, who was 84 and who had lived in Sherwood Forest since 1965, died Monday at the Pleasant Living Convalescent Center in Edgewater after a long illness.

The former Emilie Eve Jewett was a native of Wilmington, N.C., and a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

She was an elementary school teacher in Wilmington before her marriage and move to Baltimore in 1935.

Her husband, Howard S. Klepper, is a retired partner in the engineering firm of Rummel, Klepper and Kahl.

A member of the Sherwood Forest Garden Club who was fond of flower gardening, she had been a member of the Garden Gate Garden Club while living in Northeast Baltimore. She also had belonged to St. Thomas Episcopal Church, now in the Towson area.

In addition to her husband, her survivors include two sons, Robert S. Klepper of Secretary and Richard C. Klepper of Sherwood Forest; and four grandchildren.

Levi Stokes

Sanitation worker

Services for Levi Stokes, a retired Baltimore sanitation worker, will be held at noon today at the Macedonia Baptist Church, Fremont and Lafayette avenues.

Mr. Stokes, who was 82 and lived on Presstman Street, died Saturday at the Inns of Evergreen Northwest after a long illness.

He retired in 1977 after working for the city for 43 years.

Earlier, he had worked at the Sparrows Point plant of the Bethlehem Steel Corp.

A native of Blackstone, Va., he came to Baltimore as a youth.

He had been a member of the Macedonia Baptist Church since 1942.

He is survived by his wife, the former L. Adele Epps; three daughters, Helen Paysour, Ethel Livers and Lucinda Queen; a son, Leon Levi Stokes; three sisters, Annabelle Crawley, Edith Smith and Jeanette Jenkins; a brother, William Page Stokes; 16 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. All are of Baltimore.

Mary Q. Rieley

Operating room nurse

A high requiem Mass for Mary Q. Rieley, a retired operating room nurse, will be at 9 a.m. Monday at Holy Name of Mary Traditional Catholic Church in Rochester, N.Y.

Mrs. Rieley, who was 60, died Sunday of cancer at her home on Suffolk Road.

She retired because of illness more than a year ago from the Good Samaritan Hospital where she had worked for more than eight years. Earlier she had been an operating room nurse at hospitals in Rochester, Dover, N.J., and Kingston, N.Y.

The former Mary Quinn was a native of Providence, R.I., and a graduate of the nursing school at the Roger Williams General Hospital.

Her husband, Thomas F. Rieley, is chief of the motor equipment division in the Baltimore Department of Public Works.

She was a member of the Association of Operating Room Nurses and the League of Women Voters.

In addition to her husband, her survivors include four daughters, Beth Martin and Josephine Mentz, both of Rochester, Meg Slifka of Mechanicsburg, Pa., and Amy R. Rieley of Cockeysville; two sons, John L. Rieley of Millsboro, Del., and Thomas F. Rieley Jr. of Rochester; three brothers, Thomas J. Quinn of Providence, Robert G. Quinn of Coventry, R.I., and Brother Gregory Quinn F.S.C. of Lincroft, N.J.; and nine grandchildren.


Marion D. Meyer

Retired clerk typist

A memorial Mass for Marion D. Meyer, a retired clerk typist at the Edgewood Arsenal, will be offered at 9 a.m. tomorrow at Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, 9531 Liberty Road in Randallstown.

Mrs. Meyer, who was 91 and lived in Littleton, Colo., died June 9 of heart disease at a hospital there.

She had moved from Randallstown to her daughter's home in Littleton in 1989.

She retired in 1968 after working as a civilian employee at the U.S. Army post for 18 years.

The former Marion D. Awalt was a native of Laurel. Her husband, William A. Meyer Sr., a retired captain in the Baltimore Fire Department, died in 1960, and her son William A. Meyer Jr., died in 1988.

She is survived by her daughter, Dolores Byrne of Littleton; a sister, Laura M. England of Hampstead; six grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.

Eleanor W. Morrison

Ambulance driver

Services for Eleanor Waters Morrison, who had been a volunteer ambulance driver for the Red Cross and worked in a Roland Park gift shop, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the chapel of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, Charles Street and Melrose Avenue.

Mrs. Morrison, who was 87 and had lived in Easton since 1989, died Monday at the Memorial Hospital in Easton after a short illness.

The former Eleanor Virginia Richardson was a native of Baltimore who was educated at Western High School and at the Maryland Institute, where she was a member of the class of 1923.

She had been an ambulance driver for the Baltimore Chapter of the Red Cross from the mid-1940s until the early 1960s.

In the 1960s and 1970s, she worked at the Bee Hive, a gift shop on Lawndale Avenue.

She was married in 1926 to Murray Goldsborough Waters, who died in 1963. In 1978, she married Reginald Cleaves Morrison, who died in 1989.

Mrs. Morrison is survived by two daughters, Patricia W. Barrett of Ruxton and Eleanor M. Waters of Baltimore; a son, Thomas R. Waters of Easton; two stepsons, Reginald C. Morrison Jr. of Lisbon and Douglas W. Morrison of Florham Park, N.J.; 11 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.

The family suggested that memorial contributions could be made to the Baltimore chapter of the Red Cross.

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