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Services for Henry Progar and Hildegarde Schaub Progar of Glen Burnie took place yesterday at Holy Trinity Catholic Church.

Mr. Progar, 74, was buried at Glen Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Progar, 68, was buried at Loudon Park Cemetery.

The couple died Sept. 13 in North Carolina from injuries incurredin an automobile accident.

Mr. Progar, a Pennsylvania native, retired in 1977 after 30 years of service as a supervisor for Nevarmar Exxon Chemical. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Elks of Glen Burnie, the Glen Burnie Improvement Association and North Arundel Hospital Association.

Mrs. Progar, a native of Germany, worked as a nurse's aide at North Arundel Hospital for more than 10 years and was a member of the Elks Auxiliary of Glen Burnie. She was a member ofthe HolyTrinity Catholic Church.

Survivors include Mr. Progar's mother, Mary Progar of Ohio; two sons, Henry Progar Jr. of California and Philip Schaub of Florida; five daughters, Linda A. Bothe of Florida, Susan M. Progar of Glen Burnie, Norma J. Progar of Glen Burnie, Paula Stone of North Carolina and Sharon A. Campbell of Silver Spring;five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.



Services for Claude Hamilton Gwin of Glen Burnie took place yesterday at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial followed at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville.

Mr. Gwin, 70, died Sept. 15at Bon Secours Hospital after a brief illness.

Born in South Carolina, Mr. Gwin served in the Army from 1946 to 1961. He retired as a mill worker at Bethlehem Steel in 1983 and was a member of American Legion Post 40.

Survivors include his wife, Maria Gwin; three daughters, Livi Lahdelma of Severn and Linda Trimper and Ruby Potter, bothof Glen Burnie; two sons, Michael Gwin and Robert Gwin, both of GlenBurnie; a sister, Anita Bailey of Rock Hill, S.C.; and seven grandchildren.

Memorial donations can be made to the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland, 2526 N.Charles St., Baltimore 21218.



Services for Gloria M. Hanson of Richmond, Va., took place yesterday at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Nichols Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery in Odenton.

Mrs. Hanson, 64, died Sept. 15 at Chippenhan Medical Center in Richmond after a one-year illness.

Born in Millersville, she graduated from Arundel High School in 1944. She retired in 1978 after 20 years ofservice as a systems analyst with Bellwood Defense General Supply Center.

Mrs. Hanson was a member of Nichols Bethel United Methodist Church and the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary.

She is survived by her husband of 45 years, Leo S. Hanson; her mother, Myrtle Hoffman of Millersville; a brother, Jack Aftung of Severn; and a sister, Hazel Sanner of Odenton.

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