R. E. Coleman Sr., owner of tavern in Dundalk, dies
Services for Russel E. Coleman Sr., a Dundalk tavern owner and retired state employee, will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at St. Timothy's Lutheran Church, 2120 Dundalk Ave.
Mr. Coleman, who was 63 and lived on Dunbrin Road, died Thursday at Franklin Square Hospital of complications to liver disease.
He had been a partner since 1959 in the Colony Grill, which was started by his father.
In 1989, he retired as a maintenance supervisor for the state's Division of Employment and Training after holding similar posts with state agencies since 1973. Earlier, he was an ironworker and had worked at the Bethlehem Steel Corp. shipyard at Sparrows Point.
A Dundalk native and graduate of Sparrows Point High School, )) he was a former chairman of the reunion committee for the school's Class of 1945.
He was a former president of the Broad Creek Civic Association in the Harford County community, where he had a summer home, and was fond of boating on the Susquehanna River.
He enlisted in the Army Air Forces in 1946 and served in the newly organized Air Force until 1949.
His first wife, the former Margaret E. Long, died in 1972.
He is survived by his wife, the former Nancy R. Neikirk; two sons, Russel E. Coleman Jr. of Fort Knox, Ky., and Sean L. Coleman of Catonsville; a daughter, Regan A. Plumb of Dundalk; two brothers, Richard L. Coleman of Takoma Park and Michael M. Coleman of Atlanta; a sister, Bonnie Jo Wortman of Dundalk; and six grandchildren.
E. Lucile Burns
A memorial service for E. Lucile Burns, who was a member and supporter of groups encouraging peace, social justice and protection of the environment, will be held at 11 a.m. today in the chapel of Goucher College.
Mrs. Burns, who was 94, died Dec. 15 after a stroke at her home on Kelly Avenue.
A former local president of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, she was a member or supporter of other organizations, among them: Fellowship of Reconciliation, Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Union of Concerned Scientists, Council for a Livable World, Greenpeace, Natural Resources Defense Council, Common Cause, American Civil Liberties Union, Southern Poverty Law Center, Environmental Defense Fund, Zero Population Growth and World Wildlife Fund.
The former Emily Lucile Moore was a native of Baltimore and a 1914 graduate of Western High School. Elected to Phi Beta Kappa before her 1918 graduation from Goucher, she earned graduate degrees in zoology, including a doctorate in 1922 at Yale University, where she became a member of Sigma Xi, the scientific research society.
A family historian who did genealogical studies, her home
became a meeting place for family members.
She is survived by three sons, Robert K. Burns of Fruitport, Mich., John M. Burns of Annandale, Va., and William M. Burns of Baltimore; eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
A memorial service for Elizabeth Dorsey Peddicord, a retired receptionist who also taught arts and crafts and was a consultant on antiques, will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Rogers Avenue and Old Frederick Road, Ellicott City.
Miss Peddicord, who was 71 and lived in the Charlestown Retirement Community, died Dec. 21 at St. Agnes Hospital after a stroke.
She retired about 10 years ago after working in the office of Dr. W. E. McGrath and giving crafts courses in the Catonsville area.
A member of the Catonsville Historical Society and the Friends of the Catonsville Library, she was also a volunteer in the library's Catonsville Room.
She was a member of the Paradise Patchers quilting group and the Arbutus Homemakers Club.
At Charlestown, she was a volunteer in its gift shop and taught in an adult reading program.
Born in Catonsville, she was a graduate of the Mount de Sales Academy and studied at the Maryland Institute.
She is survived by several cousins. Friends suggested memorial contributions could be made to the St. Peter's Episcopal Church memorial fund.
Delia Frances Lang
A memorial service for Delia Frances Lang, a retired hospital dietitian, will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Barranco & Sons Funeral Home, Ritchie Highway and Robinson Road.
Mrs. Lang, who was 62 and lived in Magothy Beach Park, Pasadena, died of complications to cancer Monday at Harbor Hospital Center.
She retired in 1985 after 16 years at University Hospital.
She had also worked briefly at Harbor Hospital Center, Prince George's General Hospital and Mount Wilson Hospital.
A native of Greenwood, Ala., who was reared there and in Fairfield, Ala., the former Delia Frances Williamson was a 1952 graduate of theniversity of Alabama.
She and her husband, Richard C. Lang, a retired computer manager for what is now CSX Transportation, lived in Salamanca, N.Y., from 1966 until 1968.
In addition to her husband, survivors include a son, Alan Lang of Pasadena; a daughter, Karen Rohrbaugh of Severna Park; a brother, William J. Williamson of Quinton, Ala.; and two grandchildren.
The family suggested that memorial contributions could be made to the American Cancer Society.
Donald E. Lewis
Owned Fairgrounds Inn
A memorial service for Donald E. Lewis, retired owner of the Fairgrounds Inn in Timonium, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Elloree United Methodist Church in Santee, S.C.
Mr. Lewis, who was 73, died Wednesday of a heart ailment at his home in Santee.
He moved to South Carolina shortly after his retirement about six years ago, after 24 years as owner of the inn. He earlier worked for 15 years as a salesman for Churchill Ltd., a liquor distributor.
The native of Steubenville, Ohio, served in the Navy during World War II and lost an eye in an accidental depth charge explosion in Norfolk, Va. He was a member of the Disabled American 'D Veterans and a former member of the Lutherville-Timonium Lions Club.
He is survived by his wife, the former Dorothy E. Chappas; two daughters, Deborah Ireton of Columbia, S.C., and Deidre Lewis of Lutherville; a son, Donald E. Lewis of Simsbury, Conn.; two sisters, Margaret Wineberg of Dundalk and Mildred Day of White Marsh; and four grandsons.
Contract bridge master
Services for Aurelie Musgrave, a senior master at contract bridge and a member of the Baltimore Opera Guild, will be held at 10 a.m. today at St. David's Episcopal Church, Roland Avenue and Oakdale Road.
Mrs. Musgrave, who was 81 and lived in the Dulaney Towers Condominiums, died Sunday at the University of Maryland Medical Center of complications after surgery.
The former Aurelie Arcas was a native of Izmir, Turkey, and was educated in France. She worked in the family business, the Arcas Shipping Co., in Turkey before her first marriage in 1944. She was known since childhood as Aurette.
Her first husband, Ralph Renn, retired senior vice president of the Glenn Tobacco Co., died in 1973.
She is survived by her husband, T. Benson Musgrave, managing partner of the accounting firm of Musgrave and Downes; a son, Patrick G. Renn of Atlanta; two stepdaughters, Joyce M. Canter of St. Albans, W.Va., and Nancy M. Foley of Joppatowne; a brother, Lucien Arcas of Athens, Greece; and five grandchildren.