James Roman Jr.
James B. Roman Jr., a technical instructor for the Westinghouse Electric Corp., died Sunday of a heart ailment in a hospital in Manama, Bahrain.
Services for Mr. Roman, who was 38 and had his home in Arbutus, were to be conducted at 11:30 a.m. today at the Arbutus United Methodist Church, Shelbourne Road and Maple Avenue.
He had worked for Westinghouse since 1981 and was teaching customers abroad how to operate equipment the company made.
Before joining Westinghouse, he served six years in the Air Force.
Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of Lansdowne High School and attended the University of Maryland Baltimore County.
Mr. Roman was a former first vice commander of the Dewey Lowman Post of the American Legion.
He is survived by his wife, the former Chun Ok Pak; two daughters, Lisa and Suji Roman; and a son, Steven Roman, all of Arbutus. Other survivors include his father, J. Bentley Roman Sr. of Arbutus; two sisters, Jodi Talwar of Livingston, N.J., and Carole Jacobs Schwartz of Pikesville; and a brother, Douglass E. Danner of La Palma, Calif. June H. Scarborough, a retired nurse, died Sunday of respiratory failure at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis.
A memorial service for Mrs. Scarborough, who was 67 and lived in Severna Park, was to be conducted at 3 p.m. today at Barranco and Sons Funeral Home, Ritchie Highway and Robinson Road in Severna Park.
She retired about seven years ago after working part time at the medical center for 14 years.
Earlier, in the 1940s, she worked at Norfolk (Va.) General Hospital.
The former June Horner was a native of Cape Charles, Va., and a graduate of Cape Charles High School and the Norfolk General Hospital nursing school.
Mrs. Scarborough had lived in Pikesville for a time before moving to Severna Park about 24 years ago.
She is survived by her husband, Meredith H. Scarborough; three sons, Roger Scarborough of Baltimore, Bruce Scarborough of Silver Spring and Stuart Scarborough of Frederick; a daughter, Nancy James of Annapolis; two sisters, Alice Descoteaux of Kill Devil Hills, N.C., and Pauline Leahy of Newport News, Va.; and a granddaughter.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the American Heart Association.