Sister Mary Frances Cumberland, D.C.: In an obituary in yesterday's editions, the age of Sister Mary Frances Cumberland, D.C., former provincial secretary of the Daughters of Charity, should have been listed as 69.
The Sun regrets the error.
Jeanne Darley Riley, Western Electric employee
Jeanne Darley Riley, who had worked in the accounting office of Western Electric Co. for about 30 years, died Sunday of cancer at her Dundalk home. She was 67.
The former Jeanne Darley, a native of Baltimore who was raised in Dundalk, was a graduate of Sparrows Point High School.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Barranco and Sons Funeral Home, Ritchie Highway and Robinson Road in Severna Park.
Her husband, Reuben Riley, died in 1979. She is survived by a son, Michael Matthews of Pasadena; a daughter, Catherine Riley of Severna Park; and three grandchildren.
Jeffrey D. McGill, 26, Towson State student
Jeffrey D. McGill, 26, a Towson State University student and electronics store employee who took his life Sept. 21, was remembered at services Sept. 24.
He is survived by his father, David McGill of Rosedale; his mother, Sandy Levy of Ellicott City; a brother, Edward M. McGill of Ellicott City; a sister, Chrissy McGill of Rosedale; his stepfather, Andy Levy of Ellicott City; his stepmother, Susan fTC McGill of Rosedale; his paternal grandmother, Esther McGill of Oceanside, Calif.; and his maternal grandparents. C. C. and Ivy Robinson of Sebring, Fla., and Stan and Harriet Levy of Highland, Howard County, and Betty Sudbrook of Rosedale.
Ruth C. Kelly, 87, homemaker, volunteer
Ruth C. Kelly, a Violetville homemaker and longtime community volunteer, died at home Thursday of cancer. She was 87.
The former Ruth Stamm was a Scout leader, community fund-raiser, volunteer at various Catholic schools, member of St. Benedict Roman Catholic Church and a lifelong Democrat.
Her husband, Marcus Michael Kelly, whom she married in 1927, died in 1982. Their sons, Marcus John Kelly and Joseph Anthony Kelly, died in 1972 and 1982, respectively.
A Mass of Christian burial was offered Monday. She is survived by four daughters, Marcia Chenoweth of Lansdowne, Barbara Greene of Bel Air, Michele Colburn of Linthicum and Colleen Lewis of Catonsville; 15 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren.
Sister Mary Frances Cumberland, D.C., 89, former secretary of the Emmitsburg Province of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, died Friday of cancer at DePaul Hospital in Norfolk, Va., where she was vice president of the religious community.
A Mass of Christian burial was offered yesterday. She is survived by a sister, Mary K. Page of Coral Springs, Fla.; a brother, Walter Cumberland of Alexandria, Va.; and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
Galen M. Buckles, 82, who had been a lawyer in the federal government and in private industry, died Aug. 31 of cancer at Charlestown Retirement Community, where he had lived for 3 1/2 years.
His first wife, the former Claire Piehler, died in 1985.
Services were held Sept. 14. He is survived by his wife, the former Jeanette Bren Jerabek; a daughter, Gail Buckles of Gaithersburg; a son, Ward Buckles of Dayton, Ohio; a stepson, Elwin Jerabek of Clinton, Mich.; a stepdaughter, Lois Bierlmaier of Bogota, Colombia; and seven grandchildren.
James A. Anderson, 55, a retired auto mechanic whose interest in art included sketching and carving figures in wood, died Sept. 11 at his West Baltimore home after a blood vessel burst.
Services were held Sept. 16. He is survived by two sons, Neville Anderson and Elvertt Anderson of Baltimore; a daughter, Allison Anderson of Chicago; his mother, Sallie Anderson of Baltimore; two sisters, Dorothy Phillips and Maggie Morton, and a brother, Eddie Anderson, all of Baltimore; and seven grandchildren.
Mark Anthony DiPietro, 40, a state police corporal, was found dead Sept. 13 at his Finksburg home. State police described the cause of death as an apparent suicide.
Services were held Sept. 16.
He is survived by his wife, the former Martha Elizabeth Geer; a son, Mark Anthony DiPietro Jr. of Finksburg; his father, Frank Joseph DiPietro; two brothers, Frank Patrick and Charles Theodore DiPietro; and a sister, Mary Cynthia DiPietro, all of Reisterstown.
Mary Spence Caffee, 95, a housewife and a former soprano voice student at the Peabody Conservatory, died Sept. 9 of cancer at the Keswick Home in Baltimore, where she had lived for six years.
The Portsmouth, Va., native was married for 44 years to George E. Caffee Jr., who died in 1967.
Graveside services for Mrs. Caffee, who sang for area churches, were held Sept. 11. She is survived by a daughter, Barbara C. Latrobe of Baltimore; a son, George E. Caffee III of Sykesville; and two sisters, Agnes S. King and Ethel M. Spence, both of Portsmouth.
Virginia B. Greenstreet, 78, a retired Bendix Corp. production worker and a homemaker, died Sept. 9 of complications from a stroke at her Bel Air residence.
Services for the former Virginia Brannan were private.
Her husband, Harry E. Greenstreet, died in 1991. She is survived by two sons, Michael B. Greenstreet Sr. of Pylesville, and Stephen C. Greenstreet of Hampstead; a daughter, Sally V. Eary of New Freedom, Pa.; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Harry F. Wilms, a retired welding engineer and Baltimore native, died Sept. 23 of lung cancer at his home in Ormond Beach, Fla. The former Dundalk resident was 75.
A Mass of Christian burial was offered Sept. 27.
He is survived by his wife, the former Margaret Hartman; three daughters, Mary Eileen Minser of Hebron, Ky., Joan Marie Wilms of Port Orange, Fla., and Dorothy Christine Wilms of Ormond Beach; a brother, Louis J. Wilms of Warminster, Pa.; and two grandchildren.
Sarah Warner Renwick, 75, a former Baltimorean and a resident of Rosemont, N.J., died Sept. 24 at Hunterdon Medical Center in Flemington, N.J., after a heart attack.
Memorial services were held Sept. 27.
Her husband, William C. Renwick, died in 1992. She is survived by three sons, Putnam Renwick of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Philip Renwick of Glen Ellyn, Ill., and W. Crosby Renwick of New York City; a daughter, Frances Renwick of New York City; a sister, a daughter, Frances Riepe of Monkton; and two grandchildren.
Judith Ann Aguirre, 51, a retired Spanish teacher in Baltimore public schools, died Sept. 24 of cancer at her Rossville home.
A memorial service was held Saturday. She is survived by her husband, Henry Aguirre Jr.; a son, Nathan J. Flynn of Baltimore; and a brother, Eric David Zimmerman of Baltimore.
Anne Sawyer Mueller, 82, who was a Presbyterian elder, died of cancer Sept. 24 at Charlestown Retirement Community.
Services for the longtime resident of the Catonsville area were held Saturday.
Her husband, Frank Lennert Mueller, died in 1984. She is survived by a daughter, Judith Hull of Salisbury; two sisters, Kate Baldwin and Georgia Kehl, both of Baltimore; and two grandsons.
Betty Baney, 64, a former Glen Burnie resident and secretary, died Sept. 22 of cancer in Berrien Center, Mich.
Services were held Sept. 27.
Her husband, Donald L. Baney, died in 1979. She is survived by three brothers, Kenneth L. Littke of Sodus, Mich., Karl J. Littke of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Anthony J. Littke of Sarasota, Fla.; and many nieces and nephews.