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Marie M. Stevens

Hospital canteen operator

Marie M. Stevens, who operated the canteen at Springfield State Hospital for many years, died Tuesday at the Northwest Hospital Center after an apparent heart attack. She was 81 and lived in Sykesville.

Mrs. Stevens worked for the hospital auxiliary and ran the canteen for 25 years. Her duties included cooking, selling and cleaning. After she retired 16 years ago, she was a volunteer at what is now known as Springfield Hospital Center.

The former Marie M. Lindauer was a native of West Newton, Pa. She lived in Pikesville for a short time before moving to Sykesville about 50 years ago. She was a former treasurer and Sunday school teacher at Flohrville United Methodist Church.

Services were to be held at 10 a.m. today at the Haight Funeral Home in Eldersburg.

Her husband, Howard W. Stevens died in 1988. Survivors include a son, John Charles Stevens of Sykesville; a daughter, Marsha Lynn Holt of Bear, Del.; two brothers, Leonard Lindauer of Bethel Park, Pa., and Norman Lindauer of West Newton; eight grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

Christopher Sherwin

Worked for brokerages

Christopher G. Sherwin, who had worked for stock brokerages in Baltimore, died yesterday at the Joseph Richey Hospice of complications of AIDS. He was 32 and lived in Catonsville.

Mr. Sherwin was a registered representative for investment firms before retiring because of ill health five years ago. More recently, he had done volunteer work for HERO, the Health Education Resources Organization, and at the hospice.

Born in Columbus, Ohio, he came to the Baltimore area as a child with his family. He was a 1981 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School and a 1985 graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore County, where he earned degrees in economics and social work. He also earned a master's degree in business administration at Mount St. Mary's College.

He was a member of his high school's track and cross country teams and the tennis team at UMBC.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church, 740 N. Calvert St.

He is survived by his parents, Rosalie and Walter Sherwin of Catonsville; two sisters, Monica Teach of Hagerstown and Sarah

Miller of Arbutus; and two nephews.

Eugene P. Anthony

Machinist, toolmaker

Eugene P. Anthony, a machinist and toolmaker for Locke Insulators, Inc., died Monday after a heart attack at his home in Lake Shore. He was 51.

Mr. Anthony, who moved from South Baltimore to Lake Shore 24 years ago, had worked for 32 years at the Locke plant, which makes glass electrical insulators.

He was a member of Galilee Lutheran Church and the Glen Burnie Lodge of the Moose.

Services were to be held at 1 p.m. today at Gonce Funeral Home, 169 Riviera Drive in Riviera Beach.

He is survived by his wife, the former Peggy S. Howard; a daughter, Laurie Heinz of Riviera Beach; a son, Todd Anthony of Lake Shore; three brothers, Walter Anthony of Baltimore, and Robert and Earl Anthony, both of Glen Burnie; and a sister, Ruth Brenneman of Baltimore.

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