Friend of academy
Ethel Londeree Stevens, who was active in community and Naval Academy alumni affairs in the Annapolis area, died Tuesday of heart and respiratory failure at her home in Edgewater.
Services for Mrs. Stevens, who was 91, were to be conducted at 2 p.m. today at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in St. Margarets.
She had lived in St. Margarets from 1945 until 1984 when she moved to Edgewater.
She was active in the Girl Scout Council of Anne Arundel County in the late 1940s and early 1950s and, as its president, was instrumental in integrating the Scouts.
She was a former president of the Women's Guild at St. Margaret's Church. Until she was 85, she was a volunteer worker at the Navy Relief Society Scholarship Gift Shop at the Naval Academy.
She attended all the Navy home football games until she was 86. This year's homecoming game was dedicated to her.
Her husband, retired Navy Capt. James G. Stevens, died in 1964. She represented his class, 1908, in the Alumni Association.
The former Ethel Londeree was a native of Alberene, Va., and was a graduate of the National Business College in Roanoke.
Before her marriage in 1925, she worked as a secretary at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington.
She and her husband lived in many places, including China, the Philippines and Panama, before his retirement in 1945.
Mrs. Stevens was a member of the China Tiffin Club and the China Patrol Association and was a Plank Member of the United States Navy Memorial on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington.
A golfer who won tournaments mostly in the Washington area as a young woman, she also was fond of bridge and travel.
She is survived by a daughter, Nancy A. White of Edgewater; a son, James G. Stevens Jr. of Pasadena; eight grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
The family suggested memorial contributions to St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, or to the Hospice of the Anne Arundel Medical Center.
A Mass of Christian burial for Dorothy Juanita Langmead, a bank teller killed in a robbery on Monday, was to be held at 9 a.m. today at Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, 9533 Liberty Road in Randallstown.
Mrs. Langmead, who was 44, was fatally shot during a holdup of the Farmers Bank in the 9800 block of Liberty Road. She had worked as a teller there for 1 1/2 years.
Born in Baltimore, she had lived in the Randallstown area since 1957. She was a graduate of Franklin High School.
She earlier worked as a receptionist for Larry's Chevrolet and in the lunchroom at Holy Family School.
She enjoyed making crafts and was a volunteer at Randallstown High School and Deer Park Middle School.
She is survived by her husband, Michael F. Langmead, and two sons, Michael F. Langmead Jr. and Mark W. Langmead, all of Randallstown; a brother, William Chenoweth of Sykesville; and a niece, Mae Herr.
Bobby R. Greene
Bobby Rudolph Greene, retired preventive-maintenance supervisor at Fort Meade, died Monday after suffering a heart attack while visiting his mother in Greer, S.C.
Services for Mr. Greene, who was 65 and lived in Berlin, were to be conducted at 11 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave S.W., Glen Burnie.
He had lived in Pasadena before retiring 10 years ago as a longtime civilian employee at the Army post.
A native of Spartanburg, S.C., Mr. Greene served in the Navy during World War II.
In the early 1960s, he was a member of an Army Reserve unit that was called up for active duty during the crisis when the Berlin Wall was built.
A member of the Odenton Lodge of the Masons, Mr. Greene collected coins and restored old cars and trucks.
He is survived by two sons, Roger and Randy Greene, both of Pasadena; two daughters, Beverly Wade of Pasadena and Laurel Bixler of Mechanicsburg, Pa.; his mother, Ellie Mae Miller Greene of Greer; three brothers, William N. and Frank N. Greene, both of Greer, and Dan W. Greene of Fletcher, N.C.; a sister, Jean Hayes of Charlotte, N.C.; and two grandchildren.