B. Hayden Pentz Jr.Waverly Press inspectorServices for...


B. Hayden Pentz Jr.

Waverly Press inspector

Services for B. Hayden Pentz Jr., a quality-assurance inspector for Waverly Press in Easton, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Christ Episcopal Church in St. Michaels.

Mr. Pentz, who was 34 and lived in St. Michaels, died Sunday of a respiratory illness at Peninsula General Hospital.

He had worked for Waverly Press since his graduation from St. Michaels High School in 1975.

He was born in Milwaukee but moved to the Eastern Shore with his parents as a child.

He is survived by his wife, the former Barbara J. Baxter; a son, Christopher Hayden Pentz; a daughter, Jennifer Leigh Pentz; and his parents, Frances Merryman Pentz and B. Hayden Pentz Sr. All are of St. Michaels.

Cecelia Smith

Network designer

Services for Cecelia Smith, a native of the Baltimore area, will be at 10 a.m. today at the First United Methodist Church in Deltona, Fla.

Mrs. Smith, who was 38, died Monday at her home in Deltona after a long illness.

A native of Baltimore who was reared in the Eastpoint area, the former Cecelia Wloczewski was a graduate of Patapsco High School.

She worked at the Monumental Life Insurance Co. before moving about 14 years ago to the Orlando, Fla., area where she worked as a network designer for the American Telephone & Telegraph Co.

She is survived by her husband, Don Smith; a son, David Alex Smith of Deltona; her father, Adam John Wloczewski of Dundalk; a brother, Robert Wloczewski of New Freedom, Pa.; and a sister, Theresa Warner of Catonsville.


Charles H. Neal

Electrical contractor

Services for Charles H. Neal, an electrical contractor, will be held at 9:30 a.m. today at the Leroy M. and Russell C. Witzke Funeral Home, 1630 Edmondson Ave. in Catonsville.

Mr. Neal, who was 85 and lived on North Prospect Avenue in Catonsville, died Sunday at St. Agnes Hospital after a stroke.

He was a partner in Charles H. Neal & Son, the electrical contracting company he started in 1946 after working for many years for the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.

Born in Reedville, Va., he was educated there and, after coming to Baltimore as a youth, at the Strayer Business College.

Mr. Neal is survived by his wife, the former Margaret Jett; two sons, Charles H. Neal Jr. of Catonsville and Robert J. Neal of Chesapeake, Va.; four grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

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