Services for Donald W. Goldinger of Glen Burnie, a former first sergeant with the U.S. Army, took place Feb. 14 at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Goldinger, 52, died Feb. 11 at home after a lengthy illness.

Originally from Washington, Pa., he retired from the Army in 1981with the rank of first sergeant. He worked for the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, for 10 years.

Mr. Goldinger was an avid member of the VFW post in Seoul and also enjoyed golf.

He is survived by his wife, Ha Sun Goldinger; two children, Donald Woodrow Barile of Virginia Beach, Va., and Deborah K. Lee of Fairfax, Va.; three brothers, Harry C. Goldinger of Glen Burnie, Logan L. Goldinger of Fairfax, Va., and Larry W. Goldinger of Pennsylvania; three sisters, F. Louise Stein, Alice M. Benton, and Sharon L. Cogley, all of Pennsylvania; and three grandchildren.



Services for David Charles Schmier of Towson, formerly of Crownsville, took place Feb. 14 at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel.

Mr. Schmier, 27, died Feb. 10 at his residence.

Born in Baltimore, he graduated from Old Mill High School in 1982 and from Towson State Universityin 1989.

Survivors include a brother, Robert G. Schmier of Columbia; a sister, Diane Lynne Pirkle of Gordonville, Pa.; his parents, Gordon E. and Virginia A. Schmier of Crownsville; his brother-in-law, Darrin Pirkle, and sister-in-law, Stephanie Schmier.



Services for homemaker F. Ruth Evans of Glen Burnie took place Feb. 14 at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel.

Mrs. Evans, 79, died Feb. 11.

She was preceded in death by her husband, John C. Evans.

Survivors include two sons, Nelson E. Evans and Michael L. Evans, both of Glen Burnie; three daughters, Audrey M. Chatam of Pasadena, Eileen M. Evans of Waldorf, and Linda L. Evans of Glen Burnie; six brothers; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.



Services for Warren C. Lathe Sr. of Millersville took place Feb. 15, at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel.

Mr. Lathe, 80, died Feb. 11 at his home after a brief illness.

Originally from Baltimore, he worked as a communications technician for the U.S. Department of Defense for 30 years.

Survivors included five sons; Warren G. Lathe Jr. of Millersville, Thomas A. Lathe of Virginia, Robert E. Lathe of California, Albert J. Lathe of Finksburg, and Timothy W. Lathe of Ferndale; a brother, Nathan Lathe of Landsdowne; a sister, Ella Zukas of Baltimore; 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.



A Mass of Christianburial for homemaker Elizabeth G. Dietz of Glen Burnie was offered at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church Feb. 14.

Mrs. Dietz, 79, died Feb. 11 at North Arundel Hospital after a lengthy illness.

Originally from Baltimore, she belonged both to Holy Trinity and to St. Anthony's of Padua in Baltimore. Other interests included gardening and her home.

She was preceded in death by her husband, George G. Dietz;a daughter, Joan Fraser of Glen Burnie; four brothers, Jerome Lober,Thomas Lober, Harry Lober and George Lober, all of Baltimore; two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

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