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Lloyd F. Hilbert Sr.

Owned Buck's Garage

Lloyd F. Hilbert Sr., who owned a garage in Glen Burnie for nearly 20 years, died Wednesday of cancer at his home in Pasadena.

Mr. Hilbert, who was 87 and was known as Buck, retired in 1972 as a partner with his son in Buck's Garage. However, he remained active at the garage until his son sold the business in 1976. Earlier, he was service manager at Ewell Motors and Gardner Motors in Glen Burnie.

The Topton, Pa., native came to Baltimore after serving in the Army. He lived in Glen Burnie for many years and was active in the Glen Burnie Improvement Association.

His wife of 35 years, the former Alice G. Shriber, died in 1967.

Services were set for 10 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. S.W., Glen Burnie.

He is survived by son, Lloyd F. "Dutch Jr." Hilbert Jr. of Pasadena, and a brother, Russell Hilbert of Topton.

Frank H. Stolba Jr.

Mechanical engineer

Frank H. Stolba Jr., a mechanical engineer for Becton Dickinson & Co. in Sparks, died Wednesday of leukemia at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

Mr. Stolba, who was 33 and lived in Parkville, worked for the medical and diagnostic products company for nearly five years.

Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School in Middle River and of the University of Maryland in College Park, where he studied aeronautical engineering. He was a member of the Royal Golf Club.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered for 10 a.m. today at Our Lady of Fatima Roman Catholic Church, 6400 E. Pratt St., Baltimore.

He is survived by his wife, the former Dorothy Jean McGee; a daughter, Anna K. Stolba, and a son, Frank H. Stolba III, all of Parkville; his mother and stepfather, Maryanna R. Stolba-Messenger and David Leo Messenger Jr., both of Colgate in eastern Baltimore County; and two brothers, David G. and Matthew J. Stolba, and a grandmother, Frances Z. Zaczek, all of the Colgate area.

Albert G. Folcher

Owned monument firm

Albert G. Folcher, owner of Towson Monuments, died Wednesday of emphysema at his home in Towson.

Mr. Folcher, 75, had worked for the Standiford Monument Co. on Greenmount Avenue in Baltimore before buying the company, changing the name and moving it to Towson in the early 1950s.

Born in Philadelphia but reared in Collingswood, N.J., and Stone Harbor, N.J., he was a graduate of the Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va. He attended the University of Richmond before he joined the Army, serving in the Pacific theater during World War II.

He came to the Baltimore area after the war, living first in Catonsville and then in Pikesville.

A memorial service was set for 2 p.m. today at Trinity Episcopal Church, 120 Allegheny Ave., Towson.

He is survived by his wife, the former Ann Bounds; two sons, retired Army Col. Albert G. Folcher Jr. of Birmingham, Ala., and Stephen H. Folcher of Towson; a daughter, Marre W. Fanning of Towson; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Charles A. Heinz

Business executive

Charles A. Heinz, retired vice president and comptroller of an auto supply company, died Thursday at St. Joseph Hospital of a respiratory illness.

The 97-year-old Baltimore resident retired in 1955 after 35 years with J. R. Hunt & Co., and then worked for several years for what is now the Motor Vehicle Administration. The Baltimore native attended the Johns Hopkins University and served in the Army in World War I.

A former treasurer of the Arcadia Improvement Association, he also belonged to the Grace Lutheran Church. A member of the Baltimore Forest of the Tall Cedars of Lebanon, he belonged to the Ben Franklin Lodge of the Masons for 75 years.

Services were set for 10 a.m. today at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road, Baltimore.

Mr. Heinz is survived by his wife, the former Margaret Cashell, and several nieces and nephews.

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