John Oliver Healey, 67, died Thursday at St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore. A Howard County resident, he was the husband of the late Genevieve Cavey Healey. A Navy veteran of World War II, he was employed as a machinist for the Donut Corp. of America here. Survivors include a daughter, Judy Davis of Brooklyn Park; sons Arthur E. of Sykesville and William F. of here; brothers and sisters Robert, Joseph, Pat, Ellaand Beatrice, and six grandchildren.
Florence Child Harris, 91, died Friday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late Earle S. Harris and the motherof the late Hugh C. Harris. Survivors include a daughter, Elizabeth Mae Downs of Woodbine; son, John E. Harris Sr. of Baltimore; sister, Edythe C. Lathan of Harwood; brothers John E. Child of California, Howard P. Child of Colorado and W. Walter Child of Linthicum; 13 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services will be 11 a.m. today at the Haight Funeral Home, Sykesville, with her son, John officiating. The family requests memorial contributions Emmanuel Baptist Churchin Gamber.
Richard L. Ingram, 68, died Sunday at his home. He was the husband of Carolyn Stoner Ingram and the late Gladys McGonigal Ingram. Retired from Black & Decker, he had been a member of the VFW, the Republican Club and the National Rifle Association. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons Douglas R. and Daniel H., both of Dover, Pa.; daughter Donna L. Williams of Finksburgand Diana L. Stevens of Hanover, Pa.; stepsons Gerald G. Reese of Lineboro, Allen D. Reese of here, Roger L. Reese of Hampstead and Thomas D. Reese of Bel Air; brothers Robert of Taneytown, and Salis of Cockeysville; sisters Ethel Garvick and Betty Reed, both of Pennsylvania, Hazel Butler of Towson and Cleo Bush of Florida; six grandchildren and seven step-grandchildren. Services are at 11 a.m. today at the W.V. Kenworthy Funeral Home, 269 Frederick St., Hanover, Pa. The family requests memorial donations to Kirkridge Presbyterian Church, Old Forge Schoolhouse Road, Manchester, where he was a member.
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Richard S. Cole, 79, died Monday at his home. He was the husband of Mary L. "Mamie" Cole. Before his retirement, he had worked at Cambridge Rubber Co. He also had been a farmer. He was a member of Baust United Church of Christ and the Carroll County Pigeon Club. In addition to his wife, survivors include a daughter, Judy A. Basham of here; son, James T. of here; sisters Mary Ann Sanders of Hanover, Pa., Lillian J. Barnes of Westminster, Ruth L. Eyler of Woodsboro; brother, Leroy E. of Boring, and two grandchildren. Services are 11 a.m. today at the Thomas D. Fletcher and Son Funeral Home, 254 E. Main St., Westminster.
Kenneth J. Barnes, 77, died Friday at his Baltimore County home. Born in Carroll County, he was the husband of Evelyn E. Barnes. A retired carpenter, he was amember of Liberty Road Volunteer Fire Company. In addition to his wife, survivors include a daughter, Patricia Riggleman of West Virginia; sisters Betty Leatherwood and Paula O'Neil, both of Sykesville, Mary Tillman of Westminster and Nora Barnes of Abingdon, and a brother, Walter E. of Sykesville.
Edward A. Naylor, 84, a former resident here, died Sunday at Frederick Villa Nursing Center in Catonsville. He was the husband of the late Leona M. Naylor. Before his retirement, he was a captain in the Baltimore County Fire Department, and was stationed in Pikesville. Survivors include a daughter, Jacqueline R. Breakiron of Catonsville; brother, Leo of Sykesville; three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. today at Druid Ridge Cemetery in Pikesville.
Pauline Szpilowski, 84, died Thursday at her son's home in Annapolis. Born in Poland, she was a member of the Polish Resistance Movement and had been a prisoner of war during World War II. She was the wife of Alexander Szpilowski. She had been a memberof St. Joseph Parish here. Additional survivors include her son, Albin, and four grandchildren.
Lena J. Hewitt, 99, died Sunday at Westminster Nursing and Convalescent Center. She was the wife of the late Joseph J. Hewitt and the mother of the late Merrill Hewitt. Before her retirement, she had been a teacher. Survivors include sons Marvin V. of Florida, Francis C. of here and Joseph J. of Baltimore County; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Services are 2 p.m. today at the Thomas D. Fletcher and Son Funeral Home, 254 E. Main St., Westminster. The family will receive friends from noon until the time of the servicetoday at the funeral home.
George D. Turfle, 92, died Sunday at the Frederick Health Care Center. A former Westminster resident, he was the husband of the late Marie Barnes Turfle. He and his brother, Robert, had owned a painting business. Survivors include a son, Robert T. "Bud" of here; daughters Julia Pickett of Woodbine and Betty Mae Lambert of Maugansville, Washington County; 13 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Services are at 11 a.m. today at the Myers FuneralHome, 91 Willis St.
Joseph E. Nusbaum, 68, died Saturday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Edith L. Nusbaum. Before his retirement, he had worked for B&D; Woodworking Co. in SilverRun. He had been a member of the Westminster Fire Department, the Fire Police and the Westminster Municipal Band. Additional survivors include sisters Helen Wetzel and Doris Strawsburg, both of New Windsor;brother, Walter of York, Pa.; stepchildren Betty Jane Weaver of Baltimore, Kenneth E. Carr of Florida and Larry G. Carr of here; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Katherine R. Beck, 85, died Jan. 7 at the Westminster Nursing and Convalescent Center. For 33 years, she had worked for the G. C. Murphy Co. here, retiring as its assistant manager. Survivors include a brother, Charles E. of Harrisburg, Pa.; two nieces and a nephew.
Frances E. Washington, 83, died Jan. 7 at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of Melvin Washington. In addition to her husband, a sister, Georgiana Henderson of Baltimore, survives.