E. T. Kelbaugh Jr.
E. Tilden Kelbaugh Jr., an insurance agent and a former senior vice president of Giant Food Inc., died Nov. 9 after a heart attack at the home of a client.
The 56-year-old Baltimore native and Annapolis resident was an agent for the Prudential Insurance Co. for about two years. Earlier, he headed the construction and real estate division for the supermarket company, with which he was associated for 15 years. Previously, he was an engineer for the Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.
Mr. Kelbaugh, who was known as Tim, graduated from Polytechnic Institute and the University of Maryland at College Park.
Services were held Saturday.
He is survived by his wife, the former Louise M. Cross; a daughter, Pamela K. Kronzer of Detroit; three sons, Gregg M. Kelbaugh of Los Angeles, E. Tilden Kelbaugh III of Baltimore and Mark R. Kelbaugh of Montpelier, Vt.; his parents, Beatrice K. and E. Tilden Kelbaugh Sr. of Towson; two sisters, Joan Carol Bauer of Austin, Texas, and Deborah Sparks of Timonium; five brothers, Thomas G. Kelbaugh of Parkville, Ronald F. Kelbaugh of Towson, John P. Kelbaugh of Lutherville, Michael O. Kelbaugh and David W. Kelbaugh, both of Cockeysville; and four grandchildren.
John J. Schwarz
In Knights of Columbus
John J. Schwarz, a retired partner in a printing company and former head of the state organization of the Knights of Columbus, died Saturday of cancer at St. Agnes Hospital.
He was 85 and had moved from Towson to the Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville three years ago. He retired in 1986 as a partner in the Graphic Offset Printing Co.
He was a founder of the company in 1947. He had earlier worked as a purchasing agent for what later became Maryland National Bank.
The Baltimore native attended Loyola High School.
He headed the state organization of the Knights of Columbus in 1950 and 1951. He was an honorary member and former grand knight of the Maryland Council of the Knights of Columbus, ,,TC former president of the Baltimore Chapter of an organization of former grand knights and a member of the Charles Carroll of Carrollton Assembly of the Fourth Degree.
His wife, the former Mary M. Scott, died in 1988.
A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at Our Lady of the Angels Chapel, 711 Maiden Choice Lane at the Charlestown Retirement Community.
Mr. Schwarz is survived by two daughters, Josephine A. Donnelly of West Chester, Pa., and Stephanie S. Dilworth of Fallston; a son, J. Scott Schwarz of Mechanicsburg, Pa.; seven grandchildren; and a great-grandson.
Herbert E. Trott
McCormick spice blender
Herbert E. Trott, who blended spices for McCormick & Co., died Monday of heart failure at North Arundel Hospital.
He was 88 and had lived in Glen Burnie for 46 years. He retired in 1970 after 38 years with McCormick.
He was born and reared in the northern Calvert County-southern Anne Arundel County border area.
A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Trott was to be offered at 9 a.m. today at St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church, 6405 Orchard Road in Linthicum Heights.
Mr. Trott is survived by his wife of 57 years, the former Elizabeth D. Scharf; a daughter, Charlotte M. Trott of Glen Burnie; a brother, William Trott of Reisterstown; and a sister, Lottie Eichelberger of Dundalk.
Linda Lee Kuska
Linda Lee Kuska, who was a clerical worker, died Sunday at the University of Maryland Medical Center after a heart attack. She was 46 and lived in Glen Burnie.
She stopped working in 1981. She had been employed by the Powercon Corp. in Severn, by what is now the state Motor Vehicle Administration at its headquarters in Glen Burnie and by the Nevamar Corp. in Odenton.
A native of Baltimore, the former Linda Lee Reusing was a graduate of Severna Park High School.
Services were set for 11 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. S.W., in Glen Burnie.
Mrs. Kuska is survived by her husband, Frank J. Kuska Jr.; a son, Charles D. Kuska; and two daughters, Jaime and Lauren Kuska, all of Glen Burnie.