Jacqueline Ann RichScience teacherJacqueline Ann Rich, a...


Jacqueline Ann Rich

Science teacher

Jacqueline Ann Rich, a science teacher at Pimlico Middle School, died Thursday of aplastic anemia at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Catonsville resident was 49.

Mrs. Rich had taught at Pimlico since she moved to the Baltimore area about nine years ago. Earlier, she had taught at Pocomoke High School after moving to Salisbury in 1978, and before then at schools in Richmond, Va., and Gainesville, Fla.

The former Jacqueline Ann Hytche was born in Porter, Okla., and attended Shorter College in Little Rock, Ark., before she graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University. She earned a master's degree at Indiana State University.

Her husband, Stanley Thomas Rich, is acting dean of the School of Education at Morgan State University.

She was a member of the Morgan Women and of Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial United Methodist Church, 5114 Windsor Mill Road, where services were set for 11 a.m. today.

Other survivors include a son, Stanley Thomas Rich Jr. of Catonsville; two daughters, Seigrid Tristicia Rich and Stephanie Teresa Rich, both of Catonsville; three sisters, Gwendolyn Hytche of Cibola, Texas, Teresa McKittrick of Coweta, Okla., and Kathryn Perry of Dallas; five brothers, Willie Roy Hytche Jr. of Merrillville, Ind., Theodore Hytche of Porter, Okla., and Larry, Travis and Sherman Hytche, all of Muskogee, Okla.; and many nieces and nephews.

Alexander G. Colvin, a retired telephone company manager and church deacon, died Wednesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital after a heart attack. He was 66 and lived in East Baltimore.

Mr. Colvin retired in 1991 from Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. of Maryland, which he had joined in 1965.

He was chairman of deacons at New Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church in East Baltimore.

Born near Rock Hill, S.C., he graduated from high school in Rock Hill and attended Friendship Junior College there. He served in the Army during the Korean War and then went to work at the Glenn L. Martin Co. plant in Middle River. He had also worked as a tailor for many years.

He was a member of the Association of Black Telephone Managers and Associates and assistant secretary of the Retiree Fellowship Association of retired C&P; employees.

Services were set for 11:30 a.m. today at New Pleasant Grove Church, 3300 Elmora Ave.

Mr. Colvin is survived by his wife, the former Bessie Robinson; a son, Benjamin Colvin; four daughters, Hazel Maddox, Cynthia Colvin, Andra Colvin and Alexis Perkins; his mother, Alberta Colvin; two sisters, Evelyn Barnes and Ola Jackson; three brothers, Ernest Colvin, Willie Colvin and Oddis Colvin; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. All are of Baltimore.

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