Doris E. S. Brohawn
Doris Elizabeth Stocksdale Brohawn, a retired credit manager and state employee, died Wednesday of heart disease at Union Memorial Hospital. She was 81.
The Woodbine resident retired in 1984 from state government. She was a personnel officer in the Herbert R. O'Conor Building on West Preston Street.
Earlier, she worked for the Hecht Co. where she began her career in the credit department of the old Howard and Lexington streets store. She later was promoted to credit manager of the Edmondson Village Shopping Center store and retired in 1978.
The former Catonsville resident was born and raised in West Baltimore and was a 1932 graduate of Western High School. Later in life, she studied at Catonsville Community College.
In 1939, she and Charles L. Brohawn, a chemical engineer, were married. He died in 1985.
Mrs. Brohawn volunteered at several area nursing homes and supported several Native American reservation schools. She was a member of Arbutus Methodist Church and Catonsville Presbyterian Church.
A memorial service is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday at the home of her son, Ronald L. Brohawn, 7213 Patton Drive, Woodbine. She also is survived by three grandchildren.
Mary C. D'Adamo
Mary C. D'Adamo, a longtime resident of the Villa Nova section of northwest Baltimore County who is survived by 49 descendants, died Thursday of heart failure at Chapel Hill Convalescent Home. She was 93.
Mrs. D'Adamo, mother of five, was active in churches throughout her life, first in the St. Ambrose Parish in lower Park Heights, then at St. Charles Church in Pikesville.
She loved playing bingo at both churches and at the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Department. She also crocheted.
Born Mary Guerrasio and raised in West Baltimore, she married Philip D'Adamo when she was 17. In 1957, the couple moved to the Villa Nova area south of Pikesville, where Mrs. D'Adamo lived until entering Chapel Hill 6 1/2 years ago. Mr. D'Adamo died in 1960 after 40 years of marriage.
A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Charles Church, 101 Church Lane.
Mrs. D'Adamo is survived by three daughters, Anna F. O'Neal, Mary Christine Stout, and Rita E. Rubie, all of Baltimore County; 22 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren. Two sons are deceased.
Raymond E. Bane Sr.
Chief petty officer
Raymond E. Bane Sr., a retired Navy chief petty officer who lived the past two years in Manchester, died Friday of a heart attack at Carroll County General Hospital. He was 50.
Mr. Bane, who was born in Dunkirk, N.Y., served 25 years in the Navy before retiring in 1988. For most of his career, he was stationed in Virginia.
He and his wife of 20 years, the former Joan C. Domzalski, who grew up in Baltimore, moved to Maryland two years ago. He enjoyed camping, woodworking and hunting deer along the Eastern Shore.
Services were to be held at 11 a.m. today at Kaczorowski Funeral Home, 1201 Dundalk Ave.
Other survivors include two married daughters, Frieda and Kelly, and a third daughter, Lisa L. Bane of Manchester; two sons, Raymond E. Bane Jr. and William J. Bane, both of Manchester; seven sisters; three brothers; and five grandchildren.
Betty Jo Jagerman
Betty Jo Jagerman, a retired manager of the state Motor Vehicle Administration office in Essex, died Thursday of a lung blood clot at Mercy Medical Center. She was 59.
Mrs. Jagerman, who also had fought cancer, retired in August from the MVA after nearly 20 years because of failing health, said her husband, Harry E. Jagerman.
Mrs. Jagerman was born in Tallassee, Ala., a small farm community, and grew up in Columbus, Ga.
In her spare time, she enjoyed crocheting and flower gardening. She was a longtime member of College Parkway Baptist Church in Arnold, where she formerly taught Sunday and Bible school.
Services were to be held at 10 a.m. today at Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home, Ritchie Highway at Robinson Road in Severna Park.
In addition to her husband of 33 years, Mrs. Jagerman is survived by a daughter, Mary E. Hannon of Arnold; two stepdaughters, Denise L. Diedrich of Severna Park and Darlene A. Selby of North Beach; and three sons, Tommy L. Atkinson, Michael E. Atkinson and Perry E. Atkinson, all of Arnold; two sisters; four brothers; and nine grandchildren.