Mary M. Goloboski Led youth activities


Mary Margaret Goloboski, who was active in her northern Baltimore County community, died Saturday of cancer at her home in Sparks.

Mrs. Goloboski, who was 38 and was known as Maggie, was an adult leader of Cub Scout Pack 485 at Immanuel Episcopal Church and of the lacrosse program at St. James Episcopal Church in Monkton. She was also active in the parents' organization at the school at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Texas and on the Cockeysville-Harford Recreation Council She was a member of the Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company and was studying to become an emergency medical technician when she became ill. She was diagnosed with cancer in August 1991, and about 1,000 people attended a dance at the Parkville American Legion Hall the next February to raise money for her medical expenses.

The former Mary Margaret Moore was a native of Sparks and lived much of her life there. She was a graduate of St. Joseph's School and, in 1973, of Dulaney Valley Senior High School.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 11 a.m. today at St. Joseph's Church, 101 Church Lane, Texas.

She is survived by her husband, Theodore J. Goloboski Jr., a concrete contractor; three sons, Theodore J. Goloboski III, Robert Ryan Goloboski and Adam Paul Goloboski. All are of Sparks. She is also survived by her parents, Robert and Mary Jane Moore, both of Monkton; three brothers, Robert Moore of Baltimore, Charles Moore of Atlanta and Jonathon Moore of Shrewsbury, Pa.; and two sisters, Johanna Burns of Ellicott City and Indi Rogers of Parkton.

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