Charles Mowl, 73, husband of Dorothy Brilhart Mowl, died Thursday at his Baltimore County home. A World War II Navy veteran, he was a plant manager for High's of Baltimore. Other survivors include daughters, Charlotte Meadows of Kensington, Montgomery County, and Martha Knight of Ellicott City, Howard County; sons, Thomas L. Mowl of Manchester, Ronald C. Mowl of White Hall, Baltimore County, and David L. Mowl of Baltimore; sister, Christine Christian of Tennessee; and six grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to Boring Volunteer Fire Co or Boring United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 50, Boring, Md. 21020.
James W. Beam, 87, died Wednesday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of the late Grizelda
Cooper Beam. A retired carpenter, he was a member of the Carpenters Union and Wesley United Methodist Church. Survivors include daughters, Mrs. Melvin Lippy and Florence Wells, both of Florida; sons, Roger Beam of Elkton and H. Lewis Beam of Georgia; sisters, Edith Reed and Martha Hann of here and Helen Baker of Westminster; brother, Charles Beam of here; 12 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions to the church or to the American Heart Association.
Mabel Elizabeth Clabaugh Keeney, 78, died Tuesday at her home. She was the wife of the late David L. Keeney. A 37-year employee with Cambridge Rubber Co., she was also a life member of the Daughters of America. Survivors include a son, Gerald R. Clabaugh of Taneytown; daughters, Gloria C. Bollinger of here and Sylvia Haney of North Carolina; sister, Ethel Straley of Florida; five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. The family requests memorial contributions her church, Keysville Lutheran, 7775 Forest Stream Club Road, Detour.
Jacqueline M. Craig, 60, formerly of here, died May 17 at her Fullerton, Calif., home. She attended Manchester schools. Survivors include her husband, Sheldon Craig; mother, Eula Schmidt, and daughter, Sandy Ford, both of California; and sister, Irene Brooks of Finksburg.
Margaret E. Simms, 75, died Wednesday at Frederick Memorial Hospital. She is survived by a niece, Delores Beverly of Baltimore. The Rev. LaReesa Smith will officiate at funeral services at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Mount Gregory United Methodist Church, Cooksville, Howard County. Interment will be in Bushy Park Cemetery, Cooksville. Funeral arrangements are by Haight Funeral Home of Sykesville.
Edith L. Tipton, 74, a retired state employee, died Wednesday at Baltimore County General Hospital. She is survived by daughters, Alma Monath of Elkridge, Howard County, Peggy Rhoten of Hampstead, and Sharon Hawley of Annapolis; brother, Bruce Laws of Greenmount, N.C.; sister, June Ayers of Tennessee; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Catherine M. Condon, 77, died Thursday at Carroll County General Hospital. She and her late husband, Frederick S. Condon, were farmers. She belonged to the Bethel United Methodist Church, New Windsor Ladies Auxiliary, Maryland Farm Bureau and Dairymen's Association. Survivors include a brother-in-law, George Gilliss of West Virginia; nieces and nephews, Martha Femi of LaVale, Allegany County, Louis Gilliss of Winfield, and Elaine Beatty, Edgar Condon and Agatha Condon of Mount Airy; and great-nephew Martin Gilliss of here.
George Simpson Bowman, 66, died Monday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Phyllis Smelser Bowman. Employed by the Carroll County Roads Department, he was a member of the Teamsters Local Union, the Church of the Open Door, and the Moose Lodge. Additional survivors include sons, George S. Bowman Jr. of Kansas, Keith V. Bowman of here, and Timothy G. Bowman of Hanover, Pa.; sister, Helen Parsons of Elkton; and two grandchildren.
Mary A. Lambert, 79, died Wednesday at her home. She was the wife of the late E. McDonald Lambert. The couple had operated a flower business in the county. Several cousins survive.