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Services for Gladys Eleanor Gabell of Arnold will take place at 2:30p.m. Jan. 16 at the Barranco and Sons Funeral Home.

Mrs. Gabell, 78, died Jan. 14 at North Arundel Hospital of heart failure.

A retired businesswoman, she was born and raised in Baltimore, where she attended Western High School.

Between 1950 and 1960, she worked as a paper carrier for The Sun and the Baltimore News American newspapers. She later owned and operated the Bay Cab Co. in Severna Park.

Mrs. Gabell's interests included the Chesapeake and her faithful dog.

Her husband, George T. Gabell Jr., died in 1983.

Mrs. Gabell is survived by three sons, Roy L. Gabell of Palmer, Mich., Glenn Gabell of Pasadena, and Neil Gabell of Arnold; two daughters, Dorothy L. Listman of Newton, W.Va., and Gail Malle of Queenstown; and six grandchildren.



Services for Ada B. Dunn ofGlen Burnie, a licensed professional private duty nurse, took place Jan. 15 at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mrs. Dunn, 42, died Jan. 11 at Harbor Hospital Center after a brief illness.

She was originallyfrom Beaufort, N.C.

Mrs. Dunn's interests included her work and her grandchildren.

Survivors include her husband, Fred Dunn Jr.; two sons, John Bell of Dover, Del., and Robert Bell of Glen Burnie; twosisters, Sandra Moyer of Manteo, N.C., and Jeannie Kite of Vanceboro, N.C.; and three grandchildren.



Services for retired shoe cutter Archille Jules Angeli of Millersvillewill be held privately.

Mr. Angeli, 88, died Jan. 13 of cancer athis home.

Born in St. Nicklaas, Belgium, he lived in Manchester, N.H., for most of his life, before moving to Millersville seven yearsago to live with one of his daughters.

He retired in 1969 after 15 years with the the Klev-Bro Shoe Co. in Derry, N.H., Mr. Angeli also served as chairman of Ward 5 in Manchester and was on the city's school board for 12 years.

Mr. Angeli was a past president of the Belgium Club, a member of the Hargarie German Club, the Raphael Irish Club, and the Workman's Club, all of Manchester, N.H.

His other interests included politics and sports.

Mr. Angeli is survived by hiswife, Dorothy Cuddy Angeli of Warner, N.H.; two daughters, Judith Felice Sabean of Millersville and Sharon Lynn Phelps of Danbury, N.H.; a sister, Mrs. Sestilia Poulis of Manchester; and four grandchildren.

Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Arrangements were by the Hardesty Funeral Home, Gambrills.

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