Kevin P. Pallett
Services for Kevin P. Pallett, director of music at Broadneck High School in Cape St. Claire, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Severna Park United Methodist Church, 731 Benfield Road.
Mr. Pallett, 34, was killed Friday in a collision between his motorcycle and a car on Jumpers Hole Road in Severna Park.
A music teacher in Anne Arundel County schools and a resident of Cape St. Claire for about 11 years, he was a member of the Percussion Arts Society and a drummer who played with bands in the area. He was also a member of education organizations.
Born in Schenectady, N.Y., he was reared in Rochester, N.Y., before the family moved to Severna Park in 1967.
Mr. Pallett was a graduate of Severna Park High School and, in 1979, of Towson State University.
He is survived by his wife, the former Lora Jensen; a son, Nicholas Pallett of Cape St. Claire; his mother and stepfather, Carolyn and Murray Cox, both of Cape St. Claire; and two brothers, Bryan Pallett of Pasadena and Stephen Pallett of Severna Park.
Mary G. Lambros
Real estate agent
Services for Mary George Lambros, a real estate agent and former teacher, will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, Preston Street and Maryland Avenue.
Mrs. Lambros, who was 73 and lived on Cawdor Court in Towson, died Saturday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center of cancer and pneumonia.
From 1938 to 1952, she taught English in Baltimore County public schools.
Since 1974, she had sold real estate, working for Jane Collins Inc., Magill-Yerman & Company Realtors-Better Homes and Gardens and finally for Prudential Preferred Properties. She was named a life member of an organization for agents selling $1 million worth of real estate in a year.
Between the 1950s and her husband's 1981 retirement, she frequently accompanied him on trips to Europe to sell the services of the Bethlehem Steel Corp. shipyard to Greek shipowners. Her husband, John J. Lambros, retired as assistant to the general manager of the steel company's shipbuilding division.
The former Mary George was born in Towson. She was a graduate of Towson High School and, in 1938, of Goucher College.
In addition to her husband, her survivors include a daughter, Valerie Lambros Heneberry of Towson; two brothers, Harris James George of Timonium and Theodore James George of Towson; a sister, Beulah George Georges, also of Towson; and two granddaughters.
Carl Stein Hartman
Athlete and coach
Graveside services for Carl Stein Hartman, a standout tennis and soccer player at the Johns Hopkins University in the 1930s who later coached at the school, will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, 200 Padonia Road East.
Mr. Hartman died Friday of respiratory failure at his home in Pompano Beach, Fla. He was 77.
In 1935, he was the captain of the varsity soccer team at Hopkins. A year later, he led the varsity tennis team. In the late 1950s, he coached the freshman soccer team and the varsity tennis team.
Mr. Hartman also was a Baltimore City tennis doubles champion and a singles champion at the Suburban Club in Pikesville.
He was born in Pikesville and attended Park School, where he developed a love for Shakespeare. "Hamlet" was his favorite play. He earned a bachelor's degree in liberal arts from Hopkins and returned to the school when he was in his 50s for a master's degree.
Mr. Hartman operated an insurance company, Lee E. Hartman and Co., which his father founded. He retired 27 years ago.
He and his wife, Henrietta Jonas Hartman, moved to Florida in 1981. They were married 49 years. They met while playing Ping-Pong at a United Service Organizations club in Indianapolis while he was in the Army during World War II.
In addition to his wife, Mr. Hartman is survived by two sons, Carl S. Hartman Jr. of Ruxton and Lee L. Hartman of Pikesville; and three grandchildren.
The family suggested donations to the Alzheimer's Association, Central Maryland Chapter, 540 E. Belvedere Ave., Baltimore 21212.
Grew up in Baltimore
Services for Harriet Pine Dukehart, who grew up in Baltimore, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Trinity Episcopal Church in New Rochelle, N.Y.
Mrs. Dukehart, who was 83, died Thursday at her New Rochelle home after a stroke.
The former Harriet Pine was born in Pottstown, Pa., and moved to Baltimore as a child when her father,Frank W. Pine, became headmaster of the Gilman School. She moved to New Rochelle in 1941.
She was a graduate of the Roland Park Country School and, in 1931, of Smith College.
Mrs. Dukehart was a member of the Huguenot Society, the Society of Mayflower Descendants and the American McCall Mission, which supports children's day-care centers in France.
Her husband, Morton M. Dukehart, died in 1977.
She is survived by two sons, Jonathan Pine Dukehart of Portland, Ore., and Morton M. Dukehart III of New York City; two daughters, Susan Dukehart Hardman of St. Paul, Minn., and Mabel Till of Drewsville, N.H.; a sister, Frances Pine Stevens of Chestertown; a brother, James Pine, also of Chestertown; and eight grandchildren.
Danny R. Cusick
Services for Danny Rae Cusick, an electrical engineer since 1980 with the Bendix Communications Division of Allied Signal Inc., will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Thomas Funeral Home in Cambridge.
Mr. Cusick, who lived on Donerin Way in Phoenix, was killed Thursday in a traffic accident at Manor and Sweet Air roads as he was driving a son from their nearby home to lacrosse practice. He was 36.
Before joining Bendix in Towson, he worked for Bell Laboratories in Holmdel, N.J.
He was born in Puerto Rico at the Ramey Air Force Base, where his father was stationed.
A 1973 graduate of Cambridge High School, he earned an electrical engineering degree from the University of Delaware in 1977 and a master's degree at Stamford University.
He was active as a coach in youth soccer, baseball and lacrosse programs and as an adult leader in the Boy Scouts. He is survived by his wife, the former Sue Slacum; two sons, Christopher S. and Steven D. Cusick, both of Phoenix; his mother, Jill Gillespie Cusick of Cambridge; and a brother, Gary A. Cusick of Linkwood.
Anna Marie Bruns
Worked for Martin Co.
Anna Marie Bruns, who worked for the Glenn L. Martin Co. during World War II and took fellow workers into her Essex home as boarders, died Saturday of a heart ailment at the home of her daughter in Columbus, Ga.
Mrs. Bruns was 93. She lived alternately with her daughter and a son in Essex.
The former Anna Marie Smith was born in Baltimore. Her husband, Francis H. Bruns Sr., died in 1977.
She is survived by her daughter, Mae L. Walden of Columbus; her son, Francis H. Bruns Jr. of Essex; a sister, Florence Machovec of Baltimore; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
C7 Graveside services were held yesterday in Columbus.
John T. Gosnay
Co-owned auto parts firm
A memorial service for John T. Gosnay, a retired partner in a Baltimore auto parts business, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Epworth United Methodist Church, 600 Warren Road in Cockeysville.
Mr. Gosnay, whose home was in Glen Arm, died May 10 after an apparent stroke at College Manor in Lutherville, where he was living temporarily. He was 87.
He retired about 10 years ago as a partner in City Motor Parts and Machine Inc. of Baltimore. His partner was Quaker City Motor Parts of Philadelphia, where he began working in the 1920s and which put him in charge of its Baltimore store in 1938.
The Philadelphia native served in a Coast Guard Reserve unit that guarded the port of Baltimore during World War II.
He was a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, the Patapsco River Power Squadron, Mount Moriah Lodge of the Masons, York Rite and Boumi Temple. He is survived by his wife, the former M. Becky Rohrbaugh; two daughters, Ann Hamilton of Cockeysville and Kay Long of Fallston; a sister, Bea Henderson of Plantation, Fla.; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
A memorial Mass for Vladas Pilius, a retired chemical technician, will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Alphonsus Roman Catholic Church, Saratoga Street and Park Avenue.
The 67-year-old resident of Arbutus died Saturday of heart failure while visiting relatives in Lithuania.
He retired about 12 years ago after working for several companies, having lived in the United States since he was a young man. Although he had moved to the Baltimore area before, he moved here most recently in 1973.
The family experienced a well-publicized tragedy in February. His son, Vitalis Pilius, a 37-year-old Catonsville resident, was abducted Feb. 11 and found murdered in East Baltimore Feb. 14. A suspect is awaiting trial.
The elder Mr. Pilius was a native of Vilkaviskis in Lithuania.
He is survived by his wife, Anele Pilius; a daughter, Vida Vaskys of Sykesville; a son, Linas Pilius of Baltimore; his mother, Mariona Pilius of Vilkaviskis; and nine grandchildren.