Theodore E. Reichhart
Vending company worker
Memorial services for Theodore Emil Reichhart, a retired vending company employee and bookkeeper who died Aug. 5, were to be held at 10:30 a.m. today at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation, Maryland Avenue at Preston Street, where he was a longtime communicant.
Mr. Reichhart, a Hampton resident who was 78, died of cancer at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson. He had retired in 1990 after a 20-year career with Venture Vending and owned and operated a vending machine company earlier.
He assisted his wife, the former Fifi Stavropoulos, whom he married in 1949, in the operation of Plaza Florists. He did the bookkeeping for the business, which she founded in 1957 in Towson Plaza and moved to Kenilworth Mall for six years until it closed last year. Mrs. Reichhart died this year.
Known as "Dutch," Mr. Reichhart was born in Northeast Baltimore and was a 1936 graduate of City College, where he played baseball and football. During the late 1930s and 1940s, he assisted his family in the operation of the Alpine Villa, a family-owned restaurant on Harford Road.
He later played semipro baseball in Baltimore and was a member of the Oldtimers Baseball Association of Maryland. He also was a member of the Boumi Temple.
He is survived by a son, Theodore E. "Chip" Reichhart Jr. of Fallston; two daughters, Christina R. Strassner of Lutherville and Dr. Marina Reichhart Erickson of Sandy Springs; and eight grandchildren.
David H. Sandler, owner of a business that issues franchises for his sales and sales management training program, died Wednesday at Stella Maris Hospice of complications of kidney disease.
Mr. Sandler, 64, of Stevenson owned Sandler Systems Inc., which has about 160 franchises in the United States and Canada. He started the company in 1983 after operating David H. Sandler & Associates, providing sales and management training, since 1967.
Earlier, he worked for a family snack food business, Quality Distributing Co.
Mr. Sandler was born in Baltimore and educated at City College and Western Maryland College. He was an Army officer during the Korean War.
Private services were planned.
He is survived by his wife, the former Edna Cramer; four sons, David H. Sandler Jr. and Doug Sandler, both of Owings Mills, Richard Seidman of Marlton, N.J., and Bruce Seidman of Baldwin; a daughter, Stacy Seidman Greenstreet of Olney; a sister, Linda Glickman of Baltimore; and eight grandchildren.
The family suggested contributions to Stella Maris Hospice.
Jean Radovic Kinger, 74, who retired in 1991 after more than 30 years with Montebello Brands Inc., a bottling company, died Sept. 10 of heart failure at her long-time Fells Point home.
Services were held Thursday. She is survived by two brothers, Steve Radovic of Pensacola, Fla., and Andrew Radovic of Fairfield, Conn.; three sisters, Vera Kuzma of Foley, Ala., Ann Aliamo of Peckville, Pa., and Elizabeth Winnicki of Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Her husband of some 40 years died in 1991.
Paul G. Schmidbauer, 34, a warehouseman in the receiving department of Maryland Hotel Supply Co. who died Tuesday in a boating accident in Sillery Bay at the mouth of the Magothy River, was buried after services yesterday.
The Catonsville resident was a Cardinal Gibbons High School graduate who attended the University of Maryland Baltimore County. He belonged to Severn Covenant Church, where he was a volunteer youth worker.
Survivors include his wife, the former Karen Hanson; his parents, Edward G. and Margaret Hagner Schmidbauer of Arbutus; a brother, Edward G. Schmidbauer Jr. of Joppatowne; and a sister, Robin A. Schmidbauer of Arbutus.