Frederick K. Teeter Sr., 65, Arundel Corp. executive
Frederick K. Teeter Sr., assistant sales vice president for Arundel Corp., died of undetermined causes Monday after being stricken at Carroll Indoor Sports Center in Westminster. He was 65.
Mr. Teeter was raised on a farm near Taneytown and began working in the late 1940s for a family quarrying business that was sold in 1958 and later became Genstar Stone Products Co. He retired as a Genstar vice president for industrial marketing in 1990 and went to work for Arundel Corp.
Mr. Teeter, who earned his bachelor's degree from Gettysburg College in 1952, was active in civic and church affairs in Westminster, his home.
He was a director of Carroll County Bank & Trust Co. and past president of the Maryland Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors, the Building Congress and Exchange of Baltimore, the Greater Baltimore Committee, the National Stone Association and the American Concrete Institute.
He was a member of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce and the Westminster Kiwanis Club, and a director of Fahrney Keedy Retirement Home.
Memorial services are scheduled for 3 p.m. today at Westminster Church of the Brethren, Park and Bond streets, Westminster.
Survivors include his wife of 43 years, the former Priscilla Gray; a son, Frederick K. Teeter Jr. of Uniontown; two daughters, Rebecca Teeter Herrick and Jennifer Gray Teeter, both of Westminster; a brother, Dr. James H. Teeter of Waynesboro, Pa.; two sisters, Mary T. Clingan of Taneytown, and Virginia T. Haggerty of Greenwich, Conn.; and four grandchildren. Bernard S. "Bud" Hackman, a self-employed wholesaler of pens and other writing instruments who lived 35 years in the Ruxton-Riderwood area of Baltimore County, died of cancer Tuesday at his home in Lancaster, Pa. He was 66.
Mr. Hackman, a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, moved back to Lancaster, his hometown, in May 1994, when he became ill.
Services will be at 10 a.m. today at Kearney A. Snyder Funeral Home in Lancaster.
Surviving are his wife of 44 years, the former Jane Vatter; a daughter, Barbara S. Bowen of Reisterstown; and a brother, Robert F. Hackman of Pittsburgh.
Jacob Himelfarb, 84, teacher, salesman
Jacob Himelfarb, who sold clothing, then real estate for 27 years after teaching for two decades in city schools, died of cancer Wednesday at his home in Pikesville. He was 84.
Mr. Himelfarb retired from teaching in 1951, family members said, to seek greater financial security. He became a sales representative and later a vice president and eastern regional sales manager at Hortex Manufacturing Co., which made Billy the Kid jeans.
In 1976, he retired from Hortex, turning to the sale and lease of retail property until 1989.
After graduating with teaching credentials from Towson Normal School in 1931, Mr. Himelfarb taught at an elementary school in Waverly, then at Hamilton Junior High School. He also taught citizenship courses for new immigrants. He completed a bachelor's degree in history at Johns Hopkins University in 1939.
From 1938 to 1951, he taught economics and history at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, was the athletic department's business manager and appeared in the Poly Follies, an annual teacher-student show.
Mr. Himelfarb spent several years as a trustee of the Fresh Air Fund, which helps send inner-city children to summer camp. He was a "big brother" at the Jewish Big Brother and Big Sister League. And for 45 years, he was a member of the Beth Jacob Congregation.
Services were conducted yesterday.
He is survived by his wife of 58 years, the former Jennie Willen; two sons, Richard J. Himelfarb of Baltimore and Donald M. Himelfarb of Tulsa, Okla.; three sisters, Rose Gewirtz, Jessie Himelfarb and Shirley Applebaum, all of Baltimore; a brother, Morris Himelfarb of Baltimore; and four grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Box 742, Owings Mills 21117.