Vivian T. Laube, 92, died July 10 at Pikesville Nursing Home in Baltimore County. She was the widow of George L. Laube Sr. A Baltimore County resident, she had worked as several department stores. Survivingare a son, George L. Jr. of Westminster; sister, Sadie Ruark of Baltimore County; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Neva V. Crum, 82, died Thursday at Gettysburg Hospital in Pennsylvania. A Pennsylvania resident, she was the wife of the late Elbert C. Crum. A former Taneytown resident, she was a life-long member of Trinity Lutheran Church there and had taught in its Sunday School. Surviving are a son, Carroll Crum of here, and a sister, Mabert B. Herring of Gettysburg.
DATELINE: Owings Mills
Lorraine D. Skipper, 65, died Thursday at Baltimore County General Hospital. A Baltimore Countyresident, she was the daughter of Lillie Haslup Hiltner of here and the late Charles Hiltner. Employed at Noxell Corp., she also was a member of Sacred Heart Church in Glydon, Baltimore County. In addition to her mother, survivors include a daughter, Jennifer Crocetti of Westminster.
Gerald L. Bouthner, 51, died Friday at University Hospital in Baltimore. He was the husband of Sherry D. Bouthner. Additional survivors include sons Gerald L., Joshua L., Justin L. and Christopher, all of Baltimore County; daughter, TheresaSneze of Baltimore; brothers Edward B. Eugene B. Joseph B. and JamesBouthner, all of the Baltimore, and Robert of Westminster; sisters Anita Wagner of Baltimore and Pat Compston of Sykesville, and four grandchildren.
DATELINE: Silver Run
Jacqueline Michelle, 5, Russell Michael Jr., 3, and Loren C. Corbett, 18 months, the children of Russell M. and Betty Lou B. Corbett, were killed in an automobile accidentJuly 7 on Littlestown Pike. In addition to their parents, survivors include grandparents Charles and Catherine Corbett and and Frank and Betty Lou Beahm all of Baltimore County.
Vernon A. Linton, 77, died Thursday as a result of injuries received in an automobile accident. He was the husband of Gladys Fontz Linton. A retired truck driver, he was a member of Hagerstown Teamsters Local Union 992 in Washington County. He was a life member of Freedom District Lions Club and a charter member of the Elks Club. In addition to his wife, survivors include sisters Dora Aldridge of Westminster, Charlotte Godwin of Baltimore County, Amethyst Sharp of Prince George's County, Evelyn Bunrs of Finksburg, Florence Travelers and Irene Dell, both of Florida; brothers Sherman, Eugene, both of Florida, Donald andKenneth, both of here, Alfred of Arizona and Frank of Bedford, Pa.
G. Van Velsor Wolf, 83, died Thursday at the Fairhaven Retirement Home. He was the husband of Alice K. Wolf. A retired lawyer, he was anassistant attorney general for Maryland and had retired as a partnerwith Piper and Marbury. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons Timothy G. of Howard County and G. Van Velsor Jr. of Arizona; daughter, Constance K. of Washington; brother, Dr. Stewart G. of Pennsylvania; sister, Carol G. Thompsen of Baltimore, and six grandchildren.
Margie P. Hornberger, 69, died Thursday at the Washington Hospital Center. She was the wife of Vernon E. Hornberger Jr. She was the mother of the late Gloria Zucconi. She had worked in the food service industry for many years. In addition to her husband, survivors includesons Dr. Gregory Pinkerton of West Virginia and Vernon E. HornbergerII of Anne Arundel County; daughters Sandra A. Foley of Frederick County, Shadonna E. Hale of Baltimore County and Cathy Hornberger of here; sisters Ardith Thompson of West Virginia and Edna Mae Ayres of Florida; nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Agnes L. Lawless, 54, died Monday at her home. She was the daughter of Eva Totten Carr of here and the late Clarence Persinger. A homemaker, she was the wife of Ray C. Lawless. In addition to her husband and mother, survivors include a daughter, Denise Ridgely of Reisterstown, Baltimore County; son, Doug Ridgely of White Hall, Baltimore County; sister, Betty Jo Dittmar of Reisterstown; brother, James P. Persinger of here, and two grandchildren. Services are at 10 a.m. today at the Eline Funeral Home at Reisterstown Road and Franklin Boulevard in Reisterstown.
Elva A. Warren, 79, died Monday at the Westminster Nursing and Convalescent Center. She was the wife of Marlin R. Warren. Before her retirement, she and her husband had owned the Warren Press here. She was a member of the Westminster United Methodist Church. In addition to her husband, survivors include sons, Roger of North Carolina and Thomas of West Virginia; brother, Norwood Amoss of Baltimore County; sister, Matilda Robertson of Baltimore County, and seven grandchildren. Services are at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Thomas D. Fletcher & Son Funeral Home, 254 E. Main St., here. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today. The family requests memorial donations to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 824, here.
Denver R. Glass, 77, died Friday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of the late Dorsie Smith Glass. He had been employed with Crouse Ford in Taneytown. Survivors include sons Raymond, Paul and Robert, all of Pennsylvania, Charles of Montgomery County, Oliver of Taneytown and Richard of Frederick; daughters Dorothy Baker and and Dareen Angell, both of Frederick County; 20grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
James D. "Bill" Boyd, 65, died Saturday at his home. He was the son of Virginia L. Boyd of Littlestown, Pa. and the late J. Arthur Boyd. He was the husband of Regina A. Boyd. He was a manager and chef at Horn & Horn here. A U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, he was a member of Wesley Freedom Church. In addition to his wife and mother, survivors include children, SueEllen Jenkins and Timothy Boyd, both of New Windsor; sisters Mary Lou Gullickson of Littlestown and Dorothy Pippin of Wicomico County; brothers Kenneth, Charles and Richard, all of Littlestown, and three grandchildren.