A Mass of Christian burial for Anne Trolsen Carducci of Edgewater isscheduled for 10 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church.
Christian wake services are scheduled for 8 p.m. today. Rosary begins at 9:15 a.m. tomorrow, and burial will follow the Mass at Lakemont Cemetery.
Mrs. Carducci, 45, died Wednesday at University Hospital in Baltimore.
Born in Newburgh, N.Y., Mrs. Carducci was a 1965 graduate ofPatrick Henry High School in Roanoke, Va., and a 1967 graduate of Marymount College in Arlington, Va., with an associate's degree. A licensed international lactation consultant, she was very active in La Leche League and a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help.
Survivors include her husband, Joseph J. Carducci Jr.; three sons, Joseph, Anthony and Michael; five daughters, Joan, Rose Marie, Maria, Elizabeth and Catherine, all of home; and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thor N. Trolsen of Little River, S.C.
Contributions can be made to Human Life International, P.O. Box 2024, Baltimore, 21298-9559.
PAULINE B. OTERO
Services for Pauline B. Otero of Glen Burnie took place yesterday at Kirkley Funeral Home. Burial followed at Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Otero, 51, died at home Monday after a brief illness.
Born in Nuremberg, Germany, she worked as a secretary for the state Department of Transportation and was a member of the Glen BurnieElks Lodge, Glen Burnie Moose Lodge and Davidsonville Dance Club.
Mrs. Otero is survived by her husband, Jose A. Otero; three children, Diane P. Waddell of Glen Burnie, Steven K. Siebers and Richard J. Siebers, both of Baltimore; four stepchildren, Jose Otero Jr., Rico Otero, Tony Otero and Angela Mueller; and a grandchild, Corey A. Waddell.
Contributions can be sent to the Arundel Hospice or the American Cancer Society.
IRENE T. NEHRING
A Mass of Christian burial for Irene T. Nehring of Severn took place yesterday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Odenton.
Miss Nehring, 72, died Saturday at Harbor Hospital of leukemia.
The Baltimore native graduated from City College in 1936 and worked as a secretary for the Register of Wills office in Baltimore for 30 years.
Survivors include her sister, Marie Nehring of Severn, seven nieces and five nephews.
BILLY G. HARDEE
Services for Billy Gene Hardee of Severn took place yesterday at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Holly Hills Memorial Park.
Mr. Hardee, 56, died Sunday at North Arundel Hospital.
The North Carolina native worked as an inspector for Westinghouse.
Mr. Hardee is survived by his wife of 12 years, Joyce A. Hardee; two sons, Jerry Lee Aiken of Montana and William Aiken Jr. of Maryland; four daughters, Janet Hadley of Florida, Theresa Strickland of North Carolina and Barbara Phipps and JoAnn Kafka, both of Maryland; a brother, Carl Hardee of Pennsylvania; a sister, Ruth Shewof North Carolina; and five grandchildren.
MARGARET R. WARD
Services for Margaret R. Ward of Linthicum took place yesterday at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Glen Haven MemorialPark.
Mrs. Ward, 83, died Sunday at North Arundel Hospital after a lengthy illness.
She was a member of the Linthicum United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Ward is preceded in death by her husband, Roland Lee Ward.
Survivors include her son, William Ward of Linthicum; two daughters, Elaine Harvey of Hanover and Lois G. Ream of Fredericksburg, Va.; a sister, Elsie Lowman of Glen Burnie; and two grandchildren.
Contributions can be sent to the Linthicum United Methodist Church.
ALFRED CATTERTON SR.
Services for Alfred H. Catterton Sr. of Bristol took place yesterday at Hardesty Funeral Home. Burial followed at Lakemont Cemetery.
Mr. Catterton, 73, died Monday at Anne Arundel Medical Center of cardiac arrest.
Born and raised in Bristol, he worked as a farmer until his death.
Mr. Catterton is preceded in death by a son, Alfred Catterton Jr.
He is survived by his two daughters, Brenda Phipps of Deale and Lynne Miele of Colorado; two sons, Mike Catterton of Delaware, Robert Catterton of Owings; four sisters, Edna Stallings, Mary Nutwell, Frances Catterton and Carrie Catterton; and 10 grandchildren.
R. TONRY LATHROUM
Services for R. Tonry Lathroum of Linthicum are scheduled for 9a.m. tomorrow at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church. Burial will followat Druid Ridge Cemetery.
Mr. Lathroum, 84, died Tuesday at North Arundel Hospital after a brief illness.
The Baltimore native was agraduate of Calvert Hall College High School and the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.
He is survived by his wife, Virginia Lathroum; two sons, W. Kenneth Lathroum and Robert T. Lathroum, both of Linthicum; and a daughter, M. Suzanne Lathroum of Catonsville; and 10 grandchildren.
Contributions can be sent to the Calvert Hall Scholarship, 8102 LaSalle Road, Baltimore, 21206; or Lion's Club Sight Research Fund, c/o Wilmer Eye Clinic, 600 N. Wolfe St., Baltimore, 21205.