Virginia L. Gilbert
Virginia L. "Ginny" Gilbert, a dental receptionist who was born and raised in Baltimore, died Friday of cancer at her home in
Churubsco, Ind. She was 50.
Mrs. Gilbert had been a dental receptionist for several years in the Churubsco and Auburn, Ind., areas before she was stricken with cancer.
Born and raised in Baltimore, Virginia Garlock graduated from Southern High School in 1960 and married Walter A. Gilbert of Churubsco three years later.
They lived in Baltimore before moving to Columbia City, Ind., in 1967. Six years later they moved to Cleveland and lived there until moving to Churubsco in 1976.
Mrs. Gilbert was a member of the Churubsco United Methodist Church, its Chancel Choir and United Methodist Women. She also helped found the church's Helping Hand Pantry for needy families, and the volunteer program at Whitley County Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Gilbert is survived by her husband, an administrator for IBM; a daughter, Michelle Person of Riverside, Ill.; her mother and stepfather, Virginia and Edward Burow of Baltimore; her father, Scheller Garlock of Frederick; and a brother, Steve Burow of Baltimore.
Services were scheduled for 10:30 a.m. today at the Churubsco United Methodist Church.
The family suggested donations to the church at 750 N. Main St., Churubsco, Ind. 46723, or the Jeffrey Gilbert Scholarship Fund, 6030 North 900 East, Churubsco, Ind. 46723. The fund is named for a son who died in a 1990 plane crash at the age of 23.
Ann L. Wagner
Ann L. Wagner, an assistant professor of mathematics at Towson State University, died Saturday of cancer at her home in Anneslie. She was 48.
Ms. Wagner had been a resident of the Baltimore area and a faculty member at Towson since 1968.
Born and raised in Manitowoc, Wis., Ms. Wagner graduated from Silver Lake College there with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and from Bowling Green State University in Ohio with a master's degree in 1968.
Ms. Wagner taught seminars and workshops for Elderhostel programs and for youngsters. She designed and taught the first courses for girls in the Program for Mathematically Precocious Youth and ran several other programs for the Maryland Science Center.
She was a member of the Mathematical Association of America and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Ms. Wagner is survived by her mother, Lucy A. Wagner of Manitowoc; a brother, Dr. Robert Wagner of Alexandria, Va.; three sisters, Sister Dorothy Wagner of Menominee, Mich., Marion Bennett of Corning, N.Y., and Dr. Elizabeth Wagner of Towson; and six nieces and three nephews.
A memorial Mass will be offered at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Saint Pius X Roman Catholic Church, 6428 York Road.
The family suggested donations to the House of Ruth, 2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore 21218.
Maxine Edna Roe
Active in her church
Maxine Edna Roe, a homemaker who was active in Glen Burnie church affairs, died Thursday of cardiac arrest at North Arundel Hospital. She was 69.
OC Born and raised in Caryville, Tenn., Mrs. Roe lived in the Glen
Burnie area for 24 years. She devoted most of her time to her family and to her husband of 28 years, Clarence M. Roe, an employee of Cooks Fuel and Energy Service.
Mrs. Roe worked for 15 years as an assembler at the Staffords chemical business in downtown Baltimore before retiring in 1970.
She was an active member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, assisting in decorations for special occasions, its outreach program and Bible study classes. She was also a member of the Glen Burnie Christian Women's Club and the Ferndale Road Runners, a senior citizens recreational club.
Services will be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 308 Oak Manor Drive in Glen Burnie.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by five daughters, Patricia Blades of Pasadena, Helen Hall of Pocomoke City, Barbara Collurafici of Rosedale, Dianna Deeds of Glen Burnie and Kathy Kikola of Glen Burnie; two sons, Clay Roe of Georgetown, Del., and Michael Roe of Pasadena; 23 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.