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Kathryn M. Maggs


A Mass of Christian burial for Kathryn M. Maggs, who lived in Glen Arm for about four years, will be offered at 9 a.m. today at Our Lady Help of Christians Roman Catholic Church in Albany, N.Y.

Mrs. Maggs, who was 91 and moved to the Glen Meadows Retirement Community in Glen Arm from New Rochelle, N.Y., died Monday of heart failure at the Dulaney-Towson Nursing and Convalescent Center.

She had been a member of St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church on Long Green Pike while living in Glen Arm.

The former Kathryn M. Shields was a native of Albany and did volunteer work for Catholic Charities in New Rochelle.

Her husband, E. Leonard Maggs, died in 1986.

She is survived by a daughter, Carolyn Keating, formerly of Fallston and now of Fishkill, N.Y.; two sons, Dr. Robert Maggs of Monmouth Beach, N.J., and Alan J. Maggs of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; 13 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Dr. William Seabold


Services for Dr. William M. Seabold, a pediatrician in Catonsville for more than 25 years who retired in 1981 as $H assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland Medical School, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Sterling Ashton Funeral Home, 736 Edmondson Ave., Catonsville.

Dr. Seabold, who moved from Baltimore to the Crofton Convalescent Center about six months ago, died early yesterday of pneumonia at Doctor's Hospital in Lanham. He was 85.

He started his pediatric practice in Catonsville in the mid-1930s. Particularly interested in newly born infants, including the premature, he developed procedures for giving them intravenous fluids. He helped develop improvements in blood replacement in infants and treatment for those with Rh incompatibility.

In 1962, he closed his practice and accepted a fellowship to study adolescent medicine at the Children's Hospital in Washington.

Later, he joined the faculty at Maryland, working in both the pediatric and psychiatric departments with exceptional children and those with seizure disorders as well as with developmentally disabled adolescents and adults before retiring in 1981.

Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of the old Robert E. Lee Junior High School and of City College.

He attended the University of Maryland at College Park before graduating from the Johns Hopkins University. He was a 1931 graduate of the University of Maryland Medical School.

He was an intern and resident at University Hospital and a resident at Children's Hospital in Boston before starting his practice in Catonsville.

His wife, the former Esther J. Benzaquin, died Nov. 8.

He is survived by a daughter, Gretchen Johnson of Minnetonka, Minn.; twin sons, Robert A. Seabold of Bowie and William H. Seabold of Coconut Creek, Fla.; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the Gastrointestinal Diagnostic Clinic at Union Memorial Hospital.

Sister Joan Walker

Teacher at John Paul

A Mass of Christian burial for Sister Joan Walker, S.N.D., who had been assistant principal, music teacher and counselor at the John Paul Regional School in Woodlawn for eight years, will be offered at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Roman Catholic Shrine of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 6950 Dogwood Road.

Sister Joan, 60, died of cancer Wednesday at the Villa Julie Infirmary, which is operated by her order, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. She moved there after her retirement in February.

In her 40-year teaching career, she had also been assigned to schools in Philadelphia; Norfolk, Va.; Southern Pines, N.C.; and Washington.

The native of Upper Darby, Pa., joined her religious order in 1949. She was a graduate of Trinity College in Washington.

She is survived by a sister, Mary Walker, and three brothers, Paul, John and James Walker, all of the Philadelphia area.

Memorial gifts were suggested to the Sister Joan Scholarship Fund at the John Paul Regional School -- which is adjacent to the Shrine of Our Lady of Perpetual Help -- or to the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Retirement Fund, P.O. Box 29335, Washington, D.C. 20017.


Katie B. Linder


Services for Katie B. Linder, who retired in 1982 as a secretary with the Baltimore County Health Department, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Towson Presbyterian Church, Chesapeake and Highland avenues.

She died Wednesday of cancer at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Towson resident was 71.

Mrs. Linder began working for the Health Department in 1964 when her marriage of about 20 years to Rudolph E. Linder ended in divorce.

The former Katie Burrus was born in Brownstown, Ill., where she was valedictorian of her high school class and attended a secretarial school.

She worked as a secretary in Florida and Mississippi before her marriage. She and her husband moved to Towson in 1953.

Her survivors include three sons, Richard E. Linder and Randle ++ Linder of Towson and Gary J. Linder of Lutherville; a sister, Wilma Burnett of Brownstown; a brother, Ed Burrus, also of Brownstown; and four grandchildren.

Beatrice G. Rosson

Executive secretary

Services for Beatrice G. Rosson, an executive secretary with Union Trust Company between 1945 and 1958, will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Temple Baptist Church, 6916 Dogwood Road.

A resident of Old Frederick Road in Catonsville, she died Wednesday of cancer at St. Agnes Hospital. She was 67.

At Union Trust -- which is now Signet Bank -- she met J. Garland Rosson Jr., whom she married. Mr. Rosson later retired as a regional vice president of the bank.

The former Beatrice Gilbert was born and educated in Pottstown, Pa. She worked for a bank in that area before moving here in 1945 after her first husband, Frank Borneman, was killed in action during World War II.

Mrs. Rosson volunteered as secretary of the Vacation Bible School at the Temple Baptist Church. She enjoyed duckpin bowling as a young woman.

She is survived by her husband; a son, James G. Rosson III of Pikesville; and a sister, Dorothy G. Dickinson of Selinsgrove, Pa.

The family suggested memorial contributions to Temple Baptist Church or St. Agnes Hospital Home Care/Hospice Program.

W. Stanley Reeves

Retired steel official

W. Stanley Reeves, who retired 36 years ago as district manager in Baltimore of the Truscon Steel Co., died Sunday of heart failure at the age of 96 at his home in the Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg.

Mr. Reeves had joined the company in 1924. He also had been associated with construction and other businesses before moving to Gaithersburg 12 years ago.

Born in Sibley, Iowa, he earned bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering at Iowa State University and served in the Army Corps of Engineers during World War I. He was state engineer for South Dakota before moving to Baltimore.

His wife, the former Frances Corwin, died in 1988.

He is survived by two daughters, Mary Packard of Easton and Jo Ann Lyon of Sterling, Ill.; seven grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.

Private services were planned.

Joseph J. Winters

Property manager

Joseph J. Winters, a retired property manager, died May 20 after suffering an apparent heart attack while watching a baseball game at the Polytechnic Institute. He was 63.

The resident of Bessemer Avenue in Dundalk retired about two years ago as a property manager for the Partners Real Estate Management Co. Earlier, he was manager of the Tower Building.

Since retiring, he worked part time as a courier for Chesapeake Mortgage Capital and attended Essex Community College.

The native of Niagara Falls, N.Y., attended Niagara University.

He served in both the Navy and the Army in the late 1940s.

He was a partner with his father in a demolition company in Lewiston, N.Y., before moving to the Baltimore area in the mid-1960s. Settling first in Cockeysville, he was active in youth programs of the recreation council there.

He is survived by his wife, the former Judith K. Owens; seven sons, Harry B. Winters III of Baltimore, Joseph J. Winters Jr. of Jacksonville, Fla., Matthew K. Winters of Odenton, Mark A. Winters of Cockeysville, Robert W. Winters of Bel Air, John J. Winters of Dundalk and Anthony Yedynak of Dundalk; four daughters, Joanne Worob of Denton and Gina Moody and Theresa and Jessica Winters, all of Dundalk; two brothers, William Winters of Orlando, Fla., and Harry B. Winters Jr. of Lewiston; a sister, JoAnn Ferugia of Rochester, N.Y.; and nine grandchildren.

Services for Mr. Winters were held Tuesday at the Connelly Funeral Home in Dundalk.

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