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Dr. J. L. Enyart

Worked for state

Services for Dr. John Leslie Enyart, a physician who lived in the Homeland section of North Baltimore in the 1960s and 1970s while working for Maryland's health department, will be held at 3:30 p.m. today at the Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home in West Palm Beach, Fla.

Another service and burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia at 9 a.m. Friday.

Dr. Enyart, 93, died Sunday of heart failure at a nursing home in West Palm Beach.

He had retired in 1958 as a captain in the Navy Medical Corps. He commanded naval hospitals in this country and, during World War II, in Britain. He also served with the French Navy and was part of a mission to the Nationalist Chinese government at the end of the war.

He studied at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the 1940s. After the war, he was commander of the medical school at the Naval Medical Center in Bethesda.

His decorations included the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star, the Cloud and Banner of the Nationalist Chinese government and the Croix de Guerre of France, which also named him a Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur.

His wife, the former Ferol Dae Flesher, died in 1979.

He is survived by a son, John W. Enyart of Palm Beach, Fla., three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the American Heart Association.

George E. Pohler Jr.

Civil engineer

Services for George E. Pohler Jr., a civil engineer who in retirement assisted the athletic program at the Johns Hopkins University as a volunteer, will be held at 11 a.m. today at St. Johns Huntingdon Episcopal Church, Old York Road and Greenmount Avenue.

The Calvin Avenue resident died Thursday at Union Memorial Hospital of a respiratory illness. He was 85.

He was an engineer in the bridge department of the former State Roads Commission for 37 years before his retirement in 1978.

His volunteer work on the Homewood campus of Hopkins began in 1967, when he was asked to stake out a soccer field. He soon was assisting the lacrosse and soccer coaches, and became a business manager of the soccer team.

Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of City College. He served in the Navy during World War II.

He was a member of the St. Andrew's Society and the Clan Campbell Society.

His wife, the former Hazel Schmidt, died in 1983.

He is survived by three daughters, Georgeanna Lingenfelder of Manchester, Katherine Rock of Baltimore and Grace Brune of Towson; nine grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Sec-Ai Buck-Lew

Retired NIH engineer

Services for Sec-Ai Buck-Lew, a retired engineer for the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Harry H. Witzke Funeral Home, 4112 Old Columbia Pike in Ellicott City.

Mr. Buck-Lew, who was 83 and lived in Elkridge, died Friday at St. Agnes Hospital after a stroke.

He retired in 1984 after working as an electrical engineer for about 10 years in Bethesda. Earlier he had worked nearly 20 years in the Baltimore office of the Army Corps of Engineers.

Born in Kwangtung Province in China, he came to Baltimore as a child. After graduating from Polytechnic Institute, he went to Muskingum College in New Concord, Ohio, where he was named to the Sigma Pi Sigma physics honor society.

He is survived by his wife, the former Rose Mae Wong; two daughters, Marian Buck-Lew of Elkridge, and Maylun Buck-Lew of Boston; and his son, Raymond Buck-Lew of Albany, Calif.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the American Heart Association.

Anita J. Stalbird

Retired nurse

Services for Anita J. Stalbird, a retired nurse, will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Christian Temple, 5820 Edmondson Ave.

She died Monday of cancer at St. Agnes Hospital at the age of 66.

Before retiring and moving from Silver Spring to Catonsville about six years ago, she was a nurse at Silver Spring's Holy Cross Hospital for about 20 years. Before that, she worked at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda.

The former Anita J. Smith was born in Moosic, Pa. She was active at the Christian Temple and was a volunteer at the Good Samaritan Thrift Shop in Catonsville.

Her survivors include her husband, Frank P. Stalbird; two daughters, Marie Robinson of Bowie and Sandra Rosen of Catonsville; a son, Gregg Stalbird of Savage Mill; her mother, Mary Frisbie Smith of Moosic; a sister, Dorcas Maury, also of Moosic; and three grandchildren.

Austin L. Myers

Owned meat company

A Mass of Christian burial for Austin L. Myers, who operated the Gerber Meat Co. in the old North Avenue Market before a fire closed the market in 1968, will be offered at 10 a.m. today at Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, Baltimore and Ware avenues in Towson.

Mr. Myers, who had lived in Wiltondale for about 40 years, died Saturday at the Meridian Nursing Center Multi-Medical in Towson of complications arising from a 1990 stroke. He was 83.

He bought the meat business, which supplied restaurants and did catering, at the end of World War II.

The Baltimore native was a graduate of City College, the Coast Guard Academy and Johns Hopkins University. He served in the Coast Guard in World War II.

He is survived by his wife of 53 years, the former Geraldine Ostendorf; two daughters, Patricia L. Stieber of Charlotte, N.C., and Susan E. Aumiller of Ruxton; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

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