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Elizabeth W. Clark

Fellowship director

Services for Elizabeth Wilhelmina Clark, a former accounts receivable clerk from Severn, took place Wednesday at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel in Glen Burnie.

Ms. Clark, 81, died Aug. 2 of an apparent heart attack at her home.

Born in Maryland, she later graduated from Glen Burnie High School, and worked for the Williams and Wilkins Publishing Co. for over 40 years, retiring in 1975.

She was a member of the Severn United Methodist Church, where she was director of the Youth Fellowship. Her other interests included knitting, crocheting and working crossword puzzles.

There were no survivors.

Memorial contributions in her name may be made to the Severn United Methodist Church.

Bedford C. Stevens

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Services for Bedford C. Stevens of Stevensville, formerly of Millersville, took place Tuesday at Baldwin United Methodist Church in Millersville.

Mr. Stevens, 72, died of heart failure Aug. 1 at University Hospital.

A native of Baltimore, he worked as a control technician for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. at Wagner's Point for 29 years.

Mr. Stevens also served in the U.S. Army during World War II and retired from the Army National Guard with the rank of chief warrant officer.

He was a member of the Baldwin Memorial congregation, where he taught Sunday School and sang in the church choir for 35 years. Mr. Stevens also belonged to the Maryland National Guard Warrant Officers Association.

He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth W. Stevens of Stevensville; three children, Barry M. Stevens of Baltimore, Clarke L. Stevens of Glen Burnie, and Clay W. Stevens of Cordova; a sister, Elizabeth Fisher, and two brothers, Richard E. Stevens and Philip Stevens, all of Florida; and six grandchildren.

Arrangements were by the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Lillian H. Greenlaw

Taxi driver

Services were held privately for former taxicab driver Lillian H. Greenlaw.

Mrs. Greenlaw, who worked in a munitions plant during World War II, died July 29 at Anne Arundel Medical Center of emphysema.

She was a member of CASOS, a senior citizen's group in Anne Arundel County. Other interests included reading, crossword puzzles and collecting clown memorabilia.

Her husband, Wyman Greenlaw, died in 1985.

Survivors include two daughters, Linda Greenlaw of Annapolis and Leila Thomas of Severna Park; a son, David Greenlaw of Preston in Caroline County; a brother, Clarence Hebron of Yuma, Ariz.; and two granddaughters.

The family asks that memorial contributions be sent to the Cape St. Claire Fire Department or the American Lung Association.

Arrangements were by the Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.

Myrtle C. Byrd



Services for Myrtle C. Byrd of Annapolis took Friday at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel.

L Mrs. Byrd, 79, died Tuesday of a heart ailment in Annapolis.

Her interests included sewing and cooking.

Survivors include her husband, Samuel Byrd; a son, William H. Johnson Jr. of Pasadena; three daughters, Sandra P. Clark of Ellicott City, Louise Lauterbach of Catonsville and Earlene Abbnoud of Glen Burnie; six sisters, Emma Beard and Audrey McCloskey, both of Glen Burnie, Evelyn Prince and Louise Williams, both of Baltimore, Dorothy Smith of Berlin, Md., and Bernadine Hildebrand, of Stevensville; 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

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