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Services for Howard Tull of Long Neck, Del., formerly of Annapolis, took place 1 p.m. Aug. 31 at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Annapolis.

Mr. Tull, 65, died Aug. 29 of a heart attack at Beebe Hospital in Lewes, Del.

He was originally from Fredericksburg, Va., and had worked in thecarpet business and as a carpet estimator for 40 years.

Survivorsinclude his wife; Rheba W. Tull at home; three sons, Christopher W. Tull of Silver Spring, Guy M. Tull of Arlington, Va., and Douglas V. Tull of Greenbelt; a daughter, Dana April Hood of Annapolis; a brother, Stanley Tull of Leesburg, Va.; two sisters, Jeanne Medlin and Joyce Long, both of Annapolis, and six grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.



Services for Wilbur C. Wade Jr. of Odenton will take place 1 p.m. Sept. 3 at Nichols Bethel United Methodist Church in Odenton.

Mr. Wade, 67, died suddenly Aug. 28 at North Arundel Hospital.

He was a longtime resident of Odenton. He he had beenthe chief of plant protection at Westinghouse Corp. for more than 36years and was employed there when he died.

Mr. Wade belonged to the Maryland Chiefs of Police, the Mu

nicipal Chiefs of Police, theMaryland Law Enforcement Organization, the Westinghouse Veterans Association and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

Hewas an honorary member of the Gambrills Athletic Association, a member of the Turtle Club of Gambills, and past president for seven termsof the Gambrills Athletic Association.

Other interests included horse racing, golf, gardening and coaching baseball in Gambills duringthe 1940s and 1950s.

He is survived by his wife of 48 years, the former M. Kathleen Lowman; a daughter, M. Angela Morrison of Severn; a son, Wilbur C. Wade III of Millersville; a brother, Randy Wade of Gambrills; three sisters, LaVerne Voyles of Crownsville, Catherine Stinchcomb and Lois Foy, both of Gambrills; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the United Cerebral Palsy Campaign of Maryland, 1616 Forest Drive, Annapolis,21483.

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