Andrew J. Boschert
Retired machinist, 78
A Mass of Christian burial for retired machinist Andrew John Boschert of Gambrills will be offered at 10 a.m. today, at Our Lady of the Field Catholic Church, 1069 Cecil Ave., Millersville, where he was a member.
Mr. Boschert, 78, died May 15 of emphysema at North Arundel Hospital.
Originally from Baltimore, he started working as a machinist in the Naval Gun Factory in Washington, D.C., before World War II. After the war, he transferred to the David Taylor Research Center in Annapolis, where he worked until 1962.
He later worked at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, where he made nose cones for satellites until he retired in 1969.
Mr. Boschert was a member of the Holy Name Society and served as an usher for Our Lady of the Field for 50 years. Other interests included bowling, most recently with the Senior Citizen's League in Crofton.
Survivors include his wife, the former Mary Kostkowski; four sons, Richard John Boschert Sr. of Baltimore, Raymond W. Boschert of Gambrills, Frederick H. Boschert of Massachusetts, and Jerome A. Boschert of Georgia; five daughters, Kathleen L. Woolford of Annapolis, Marguerite P. Clow of Arnold, Veronica J. Marousek of Stevensville, Darlene M. Chester of Edgewater, and XTC Linda K. Fox of Crownsville; a brother, John Francis Boschert of Linthicum; 32 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the building fund of Our Lady of the Field Catholic Church.
Arrangements were made by the Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Road, Gambrills.
Logistics analyst, 38
Services for Douglas Skinner of Lusby, formerly of Severna Park, took place May 15 at the Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.
Mr. Skinner, 38, was a logistics analyst for Tracor Applied Sciences in California. He died of injuries sustained May 10 in a plane crash.
He was born in Heidelberg, Germany, and lived in Severna Park from the age of 10.
Mr. Skinner graduated from Severna Park High School and the University of Baltimore. He attended Loyola College and served 12 years in the U.S. Army, where he attained the rank of major.
He was called up during the Persian Gulf crisis and served six months at Fort Bragg, N.C.
Mr. Skinner was a member of the Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church and the Severna Park Elks Lodge. He also served as treasurer of the Lusby Elementary School PTA.
Survivors include his wife, Ewi N. "Na Young" Skinner, two daughters, Jennifer and Laurie Skinner, and a son, David Skinner; all at home; his mother, Doris Williamson of Severna Park; a brother, Roger Skinner of Epping Forest; and a sister, Jean Russell of Ridgefield, Conn.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Washington Hospital Center, attention of Mark Lewis, 110 Irving St. N.W., Room 4B61-SBF6006, Washington, D.C. 20010-2975.
Maurice R. Beall
Dry wall installer, 53
Services for Maurice Robert Beall of Glen Burnie, a dry wall installer, took place May 16 at the Kirkley Funeral Home.
Mr. Beall, 53, died May 12 at North Arundel Hospital of a heart attack.
He was born in Pasadena.
Mr. Beall was a member of the Carpenter's Local 101 and the National Rifle Association. Other interests included hunting, fishing and family activities.
Survivors include his wife, Margaret Bishop Beall, and two sons, Robert M. Beall and Charles D. Beall, all of Glen Burnie; a daughter, Regina A. Blake, and son-in-law, Richard A. Blake, of Arbutus; four sisters, Charlotte Turner of Kentucky, Virginia Majors of Dundalk, Dorothy Forest of Florida, and Sandra Gibson of Tennessee; a brother, Charles Mace III of California; his mother, Horky Mace of Annapolis; and four grandchildren.
Dorothy B. Waites
Former C&P; worker, 81
Services for Dorothy Barker Waites of Annapolis, a former employee of the C&P; Telephone Co., will be announced at a later date.
Mrs. Waites, 81, died May 17 of heart failure at Anne Arundel Medical Center.
She was born in Poplarville, Miss., and worked for the telephone company for 47 years in Washington and Annapolis.
Mrs. Waites was a former member of the Heritage Baptist Church, a Past Matron of Annapolis Chapter 46 of the Order of the Eastern Star, as well as the chapter in Versailles, Ind., and the Telephone Pioneer Club of America.
Other interests included traveling with her friends.
She was the widow of the late Vernon Waites and the late Earl R. Barker.
Survivors include her daughter, Dolores F. Hughes; two granddaughters; and six great-granddaughters.
Memorials may be made to the Hospice of Anne Arundel Medical Center, Franklin and Cathedral streets, Annapolis, Md. 21401.
Arrangements were made by the Hardesty Funeral Home.
George E. Carter
Insurance adjuster, 66
Services for state insurance adjuster George E. Carter of Glen Burnie took place May 16 at the Messiah United Methodist Church, where he was a member.
Mr. Carter, 66, died May 13 at North Arundel Hospital after a lengthy illness.
He attended St. Mark's Catholic High School in Catonsville, and later served in the U.S. Navy. He worked for the state of Maryland for 10 years, retiring in 1987.
Survivors include his wife of 36 years, Oleta Carter; two daughters, Donna C. Kern of Woodlawn and Colleen T. Wharton of Pikesville; and two sisters, Mary Bexold of Catonsville and Frances Knabe of Pennsylvania.
Arrangements were made by the Singleton Funeral Home.