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Julia SatterthwaiteSchool secretaryJulia P. Satterthwaite, a former...


Julia Satterthwaite

School secretary

Julia P. Satterthwaite, a former secretary in the Baltimore County school system and for the last 14 months a secretary for the Carroll County YMCA, died Saturday at Carroll County General Hospital after a stroke. She was 79.

Mrs. Satterthwaite had moved from Timonium to Sykesville three years ago.

She had been a secretary at Loch Raven Elementary School in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and then was an executive secretary at Baltimore County school headquarters until she retired in the late 1970s. She worked for several years after that as a secretary for Varigas International Inc. in Timonium.

After moving to Sykesville, she worked for the YMCA.

She was a volunteer at Carroll County General and was a member of the Longview Women's Golf Association and Wesley Freedom United Methodist Church.

The former Julia Parker was a native of Trenton, N.J., who earned an associate's degree in business at Rider College in Lawrenceville, N.J. She came to the Baltimore area in the late 1940s.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Lemmon Funeral Home, 10 W. Padonia Road, Timonium.

Her husband, Ben M. Satterthwaite, died in 1990.

She is survived by a son, Joseph N. Satterthwaite of Leonardtown; a daughter, Sandra P. Blough of Sykesville; and three grandchildren.

Cynthia C. Massey

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Cynthia Clark Massey, retired resident manager of apartment houses in Washington, died Wednesday of heart failure at the Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville where she had lived since 1990. She was 83.

She retired in 1980.

The former Cynthia Clark was a native of Greenwich, Conn., and a 1933 graduate of the nursing school at Greenwich Hospital where she worked until joining the Army Nurse Corps during World War II. She served in Iceland and at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington before leaving the Army as a first lieutenant in 1945.

While stationed in Washington she met Edgar S. Massey, a Chestertown native, and they were married after she left the service. Mr. Massey died in 1993.

Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Chester Cemetery in Chestertown.

She is survived by a son, Edgar S. Massey Jr. of Catonsville; a daughter, Patricia Redmond of Fairfax, Va.; and three granddaughters.

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