Jamie B. Mendlovitz, 35, theatrical director
Jamie Bradford Mendlovitz, a theatrical director and environmental activist, died of breast cancer Friday at her Owings Mills home. She was 35.
The Boston native directed theatrical productions at the Ensemble Theater in New York City and worked for the New York Public Interest Research Group in the 1980s.
Services were held Monday. She is survived by her parents, Saul H. Mendlovitz of Montclair, N.J., and Roberta Bradford Mendlovitz of Clinton, Conn.; two sisters, Jessica Dibb of Owings Mills and Martha Dibb of London; and two brothers, John Mendlovitz and Michael Mendlovitz, both of Montclair.
Alma Irene Tramer, 72, nurse, doll shop owner
Alma Irene Tramer, a retired registered nurse and co-owner of a doll shop in Historic Savage Mill, died Oct. 19 of lung cancer at North Arundel Hospital. The Severna Park resident was 72.
She was born Alma Louder in Altoona, Pa., graduated from the Atlantic City School of Nursing in 1942 and worked 15 years at North Arundel Hospital's emergency room before retiring in 1982.
With companion Luther Merritt, she co-owned L&A; Dolls at Historic Savage Mill in Savage, which opened seven years ago.
Services were held Monday.
Her husband, Joseph Tramer, died in 1980.
She is survived by a daughter, Jan Adel Hunter of Troy, Mich.; three brothers, George Louder of Modesto, Calif., Robert Louder of Asheville, N.C., and Charles Louder of Altoona; and a sister, Elda Gearhart of Plaistow, N.H.
Philmore A. Dahlberg, 78, who retired in 1982 after being insurance officer of the World Bank in Washington since 1969, died Oct. 8 of cancer at his home in New Market.
Services were held Oct. 10. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, the former Leona Howarth; three daughters, Phyllis Marie Keys of Baldwin, Deborah Kay Diehl of Potomac and Lesley Anne O'Keeffe of Gaithersburg; three sisters, Ruth Kohler of Detroit Lakes, Minn., Alice Netland of Moorehead, Minn., and Min Rahm of Rochester, Minn.; and six grandchildren.
Walter C. Dippold, 80, a retired Veterans Administration employee, died Oct. 14 at Mercy Medical Center of complications of diabetes.
He lived at Villa St. Michael Nursing and Retirement Center in Baltimore.
Services for the lifelong Baltimore resident were held Oct. 17.
He is survived by several nieces and nephews.
Elmer L. Sealing, 73, a developer who built homes in Howard and Prince George's counties and owned an industrial park in Beltsville, died Oct. 12 of a heart attack at his Beltsville home.
Services were held Oct. 16. He is survived by a son, Elmer Frederick Sealing of Crofton; a daughter, Patricia Anne Eder of Satellite Beach, Fla.; a brother, Leroy F. Sealing of Woodbine; and five grandchildren.