Raymond J. Hill Jr., 70, retired fabric store owner
Raymond J. Hill Jr., a retired fabric store owner and manager and longtime Reisterstown resident, died Monday of cancer at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. He was 70.
He and his wife, the former Jean Leider, whom he married in 1947, established Jean's Fabrics in Reisterstown. They expanded to five stores in Baltimore and Carroll counties before being bought out by Jo-Ann Fabric & Crafts. He retired in 1974.
He was on the boards of the Reisterstown Federal Savings Bank, the Reisterstown Chamber of Commerce and the Reisterstown Recreation Council.
The Baltimore native was a 1945 graduate of McDonogh School and a past president of its Patrons Club. He was an outstanding high school athlete and was named to an All-Maryland Football Team and inducted into the McDonogh Hall of Fame.
During World War II, he served in the Army Air Corps and was discharged in 1947. He was a salesman before founding his business.
He was a member of Piney Branch Golf and Country Club.
Services will be held at 8 p.m. today at Eline Funeral Home, 11824 Reisterstown Road, Reisterstown.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Raymond J. Hill III of Florida and Courtney Hill of Massachusetts; six grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
Edward Leonard Mount, a retired Greenway Corp. manager, died Monday of complications from diabetes at Stella Maris Hospice at Mercy Medical Center. He was 67 and lived in Glen Burnie.
He retired in 1985 from Greenway Corp., which had owned and managed Greenway Bowl, Greenway Lounge and Greenway Station, all in Glen Burnie. Earlier, he managed Ferndale Tavern and Bridge Inn.
The Baltimore native left school in the 10th grade and joined the merchant marine.
He was a member of Elks Lodge No. 2266, American Legion Post No. 297, the Glen Burnie Moose Club and the Curtis Bay Athletic Club.
His marriage ended in divorce.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. today at McCully Funeral Home, 3204 Mountain Road, Pasadena.
He is survived by a son, Edward Leroy Mount of Baltimore; two daughters, Christina M. Sica of Lemon Grove, Calif., and Debra L. May of Waianae, Hawaii; and seven grandchildren. Whitney Lawson Chamberlin, a Duke University graduate student and polo player, died Oct. 14 of injuries he received in a fall after suffering a seizure at his home in Durham, N.C. He was 25.
At the time of his death, he was studying for a dual master's degree in business administration and environmental marketing. He earned a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Virginia in 1993.
Born in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., he moved to Baltimore and attended the Gilman School and graduated in 1989 from Culver Military Academy in Indiana, where he was a member of the Black Horse Troop and captain of the polo team.
In 1989, he was named Town and Country Interscholastic Polo Player of the Year and led his team to victory in the National Interscholastic Polo Tournament. At Virginia, he was captain of the polo team that won the National Intercollegiate Championship title in 1993. He was a member of the Maryland Polo Club.
Services were held Wednesday.
He is survived by his father, William L. Chamberlin Jr. of Dalton, Pa.; his mother, Katherine McLean Constable of Monkton; a brother, Josh M. Lott of Monkton; three sisters, Suzanna McLean Lott of Monkton, Terry Lott of Aspen, Colo., and Jesse Chamberlin of Dalton; and his paternal grandfather, W. Lawson Chamberlin of Dalton.
Glendora Vogel, a homemaker and former secretary, died Oct. 18 of undetermined causes at her Crownsville home. She was 54.
She was born Glendora Luzier in Severn, married John L. Vogel in 1958 and graduated with honors from Arundel High School in (( 1960.
She was a homemaker until 1982, when she became a secretary for Home Beneficial Insurance Co. in Annapolis. She retired in 1992.
She was a member of Nichols Bethel United Methodist Church in Odenton.
Services were held Monday.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, John L. Vogel Jr. of Glen Burnie; a daughter, Barbara Dee Watkins of Crownsville; a brother, Norman Luzier of Severn; and four grandchildren.
Pub Date: 10/25/96