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Paris Wayne RobertsHandymanServices for Paris Wayne "Pete"...


Paris Wayne Roberts


Services for Paris Wayne "Pete" Roberts, 43, a handyman and laborer, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Gambrills.

Mr. Roberts died yesterday of a heart attack at his home.

A resident of Crownsville for 41 years, Mr. Roberts was born in Chatham Hill, Va.

Mr. Roberts is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elis E. Pickle of Davidsonville; two sisters, Glenda Campell of Annapolis and Sandy Laster, of Davidsonville; and two brothers, Ricky Lee and Tommy Pickle, both of Davidsonville.

The family requests memorial contributions to the American Heart Fund.


Harry John Shew

Cafeteria owner


A Mass of Christian burial will be offered for Harry John Shew of Manhattan Beach at 10 a.m. today at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Severna Park.

L Mr. Shew, 45, died Sunday from injuries in an auto accident.

Born in Baltimore and raised in Baltimore County, Mr. Shew attended Mount St. Joseph High School.

He owned and operated several businesses, including the Stablegate Cafeteria at the Pimlico race track, Goodbuy Auto Wholesalers in Severna Park and Baseball Cards Etc. in Severna Park.

Survivors include his wife of 24 years, the former Evelyn K. Baker; his son, Kenny J. Shew, and daughter, Maria M. Shew, both of Severna Park; his parents, Joseph and Marie F. DeFlavis, of Arnold; and a brother, John W. Shew, of Pasadena.

Arrangements are by Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home. Burial will take place at Meadowridge Memorial Park.

Donald L. Sweetman

U.S. Army colonel


Services for retired Lt. Col. Donald Lester Sweetman of Odenton took place at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Road, Gambrills.

Colonel Sweetman, 71, died Aug. 4 of a stroke at Bethesda Naval Hospital.

He was born in China, where his parents worked for the YMCA, and lived there for the first 10 years of his life.

was educated at Yale University and the University of Maryland. Colonel Sweetman served in the U.S. Army for 22 years.

Survivors include his wife, the former Eleanor Boyd; his son, Ray Sweetman of Summerville, N.J.; a daughter, Heidi S. Waldon of Bowie; two sisters, Jean Fisk of St. Joseph, Mich., and Marica Caldwell of Kensington; and three grandchildren.

Aileen P. Railey

Bus driver


Memorial services for retired bus driver Aileen Pindell Railey of Edgewater took place Aug. 8 at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Galesville.

Mrs. Railey, 63, died Aug. 6 of emphysema at home.

She lived in the Holly Hill Harbor area of Edgewater.

Mrs. Railey was a bus driver for 20 years for disabled and special education students with the Anne Arundel County Board of Education, until she retired in 1968.

She enjoyed bingo, knitting, crocheting, and travel, and was devoted to her mother, Mrs. Virginia Milburne of Edgewater.

Her husband, James Andrew Railey, died in 1988.

In addition to her mother, Mrs. Railey is survived by a son, Robert LeRoy Railey at home; three daughters, Sherryl Faye Chiplastri, and Andrea Lori Railey, both at home, and Diana Marie Illig of Riva; six sisters, Bernice Bernard of Citrus Spring, Fla., Juanita Stone of Wheaton, Ida May Tayman of Waldorf, Arvis Windsor of Nebraska, Margaret Palmer of Washington, D.C., and Sharon Cunningham of Huntington; and a half-brother, Guy Railey of Edgewater.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Emphysema Association.

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