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Clarence T. MarshAirline, fighter pilotServices for Clarence...

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Clarence T. Marsh

Airline, fighter pilot

Services for Clarence T. Marsh, a Delta Air Lines co-pilot and a major in the Michigan Air National Guard, were to be held at 11:30 a.m. today at the chapel at Fort Myer, Va.

Mr. Marsh, who was 41, was killed May 19 when his A-10 jet fighter crashed at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. He lived in Park City, Utah.

He is survived by his wife, the former Ann Smyth of Baltimore, whom he married in 1982; a daughter, Lindsay Marsh, and two sons, Clay and Andrew Marsh, all of Park City; his parents, June R. and retired Army Col. Clarence T. Marsh of Hampton, Va.; and a sister, Susan M. Glicoes of Fairfax, Va.

Deborah J. Huber

Critical care nurse

Deborah J. Huber, a nurse who retired in 1991 because of illness, died Saturday of lupus at her home in Baldwin. She was 37.

Mrs. Huber, a certified critical care specialist, began working as a nurse at Maryland General Hospital in 1978, but spent about half her career at St. Joseph Hospital. She returned to Maryland General and retired from there.

The former Deborah Dailey was a native of Baltimore and a 1975 graduate of Western High School. In 1978, she graduated from Maryland General's nursing school, and in 1988 earned a bachelor's degree at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

Services were set for 11 a.m. today at Long Green Valley Church of the Brethren in Glenarm.

She is survived by her husband, Karl A. Huber; a daughter, Allison Elizabeth Huber; her parents, Roland C. and Shirley I. Dailey of Baltimore; and two sisters, Linda C. Mitchem of Timonium and Karen S. Stanton of Baltimore.

Raymond Faust Sr.

Business executive

Raymond C. Faust Sr., retired chairman of the board and chief executive officer of National Wire Prod- 1965 PHOTOucts Corp., died Sunday after an apparent heart attack at his winter home in Boynton Beach, Fla.

Mr. Faust, who was 74 and also lived in Lutherville, retired about seven years ago from the reinforc ing wire mesh and galvanized fencing company that he started in 1955 when he moved to Baltimore.

Earlier, he had been plant manager for the Forbes Steel Corp. in Canonsburg, Pa.

He had been chairman of the Wire Reinforcement Institute and the Steel Club of Baltimore.

A native of Libertyville, Ill., he was a graduate of the University of North Dakota, and served in the Army Air Forces during World War II as a pilot and instructor.

He was a member of the Baltimore Country Club and the Quail Ridge Country Club in Boynton Beach, and a former member of Hillendale Country Club.

Services for Mr. Faust were set for 11 a.m. today at Ruck Towson Funeral Home, 1050 York Road.

He is survived by his wife, the former Olive Jane Horvath; a son, Raymond C. Faust Jr. of Hilton Head, S.C.; a daughter, Susan Faust Chesser of Linwood, N.J.; his mother, Berthe B. Faust of Baltimore; three sisters, Loretta Malik of Baltimore, Rosette Frew of Baltimore and Deanna McShane of Belle Vernon, Pa.; and four grandchildren. Robert D. Schreck Jr., an optician, was found dead Sunday at his home in Glen Rock, Pa. He was 40.

Mr. Schreck worked at the Optical Center in Owings Mills, and earlier at several opticians' shops in the York, Pa., area.

The Baltimore native was a graduate of Edgewood High School and Salisbury State University.

Services for Mr. Schreck were set for 11 a.m. today at Baumeister, Orcutt and Small Mortuaries in York. Burial was set for 2 p.m. at Carrollton Church of God Cemetery in Finksburg.

He is survived by a son, Joshua D. Schreck of Forest Hill; two daughters, Megan Schreck of Forest Hill and Kimberly Bilka of Belcamp; a brother, Stephen E. Schreck of Bel Air; two sisters, Rebecca M. Hanks of Rising Sun and Andrianna F. Stuart of College Park; and a grandson.

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