Frank W. Elzey
Retired C&P; salesman
A memorial service for Frank W. Elzey, who retired in 1983 as a salesman with the coin phone department of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co., will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Glenelg United Methodist Church, 13900 Burntwoods Road.
Mr. Elzey died April 17 of a brain tumor at his home on Castlebar Drive in Glenwood. He was 68.
Born in Woodberry, N.J., he grew up in Centreville and graduated from Centreville High School. During World War II, he served first as a merchant seaman and then with the Coast Guard.
Mr. Elzey was a member of the Telephone Pioneers, the Yingling-Ridgely Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Palestine Lodge of the Masons, the Scottish Rite and Boumi Temple.
Mr. Elzey was on the administrative board of Glenelg United Methodist Church.
He is survived by his wife, the former Elva Hart; two daughters, Lynn I. Powell of Baltimore and Barbara Shaw of Ellicott City; two sons, Charles and John Warren, both of Woodlawn; a brother, Robert O. Elzey of Oklahoma City, and six grandchildren.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Palestine Lodge of the Masons or to the Division of Neuro Surgery at University Medical Center for brain tumor research.
Services for Wayne E. Queen, a procurement officer with Baltimore's Urban Services Agency, will be held at 7:30 p.m. today at Emmanuel Christian Community Church, 1210 W. Lanvale St.
The Park Heights Avenue resident died Sunday of complications of cancer at Liberty Medical Center. He was 53.
He had worked for the city for 27 years. He assisted with such projects as reconstruction of the Sandtown-Winchester Community Center and the Share a Gift of Love Program for children at Christmas. In 1990 and 1991, he chaired fund drives for the Eubie Blake Cultural Arts Center.
Since 1976, he had been active with the AFRAM Festival Committee, serving first as vendor chairman and later as logistics chairman. He put in long hours before, during and after the festival, including helping to set it up and helping with the cleanup.
At Emmanuel Christian Community Church, he was president of the Male Chorus and sang in the Senior Choir. He was also a member of the Community Men.
His survivors include his mother and stepfather, Thelma and Malcolm Turner, and his father, Allen Quille, all of Baltimore; a brother, Ronald Queen, also of Baltimore; and a sister, Denise Smith of Rockdale.
Mary L. Morlock
Graveside services for Mary L. Morlock, who had been executive secretary to the president of the Union Trust Co., will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Moreland Memorial Park, Taylor Avenue and Dalesford Road.
Mrs. Morlock, 83, died April 12 of congestive heart failure at the home of a daughter with whom she lived in Phoenix.
She worked for Union Trust -- now Signet Bank -- for 34 years, initially as a temporary employee, and retired in 1974. Earlier, she worked for the Baltimore and Ohio railroad.
The former Mary L. Schenkel was a native of Poplar, near what is now called the Golden Ring area. She met her husband, George F. Morlock, while they were both commuting to the Strayer Business College in Baltimore on B&O; trains. They were married in 1928 and lived in Hamilton for many years.
Mr. Morlock, who retired as a supervisor at Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s Sparrows Point shipyard, died in 1990.
Mrs. Morlock traveled extensively in North America, the Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii and Europe.
She is survived by two daughters, Shirley Anne Morlok of Aberdeen and Anne Keys of Phoenix; a sister, Caroline Henigman of Woodlawn; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.
A Mass of Christian burial for Frances Sanzo Gerrard, vice president for sales of Hendersen-Webb Inc., a real estate development firm, will be offered at 1 p.m. today at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St.
Ms. Gerrard, 49, died Tuesday of cancer at her mother's home in the Village of Cross Keys.
The resident of Old Barn Road in Parkton was associated with the real estate company for 12 years. She handled sales of townhouses and condominiums.
Born in New York City, the former Frances Sanzo moved to
Baltimore as a child. She was a graduate of Notre Dame Preparatory School and attended the College of Notre Dame of Maryland.
She is survived by her mother, Frances Sanzo; three sons, John S. McCleary Jr. of New York City, Thomas S. McCleary of Baltimore and Peter S. McCleary of Parkton; two sisters, Barbara Sanzo Sonn of Dallas, Texas, and Janet Sanzo Anderson of Chicago; and her companion, Lawrence A. Menefee Jr. of Parkton.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society or the Stella Maris In-Home Hospice Program.
Thomas H. Kyle, a Frostburg native who had been manager of the Green Spring Valley Hunt Club in Owings Mills and assistant manager of the Suburban Club in Pikesville, died of kidney failure April 5 in Brookeville, Fla. He was 78.
He and his wife, the former Elaine McQuillan, moved to Spring Hill, Fla., 10 years ago.
A Baptist church member, Mr. Kyle was also a member of the Club Managers Association of America and the Spring Hill Senior Citizens Club.
In addition to his wife, his survivors are a daughter, Mary Jo Kyle of Reisterstown, and a sister, Betty K. Rittler of Dundalk.
Memorial services were held April 6 in Florida.