Charlotte Anne Rice, 70, Orioles administrative aide
Charlotte Anne Rice, who had been an administrative assistant with the Orioles, died of a heart attack Friday at home in Carlyle Apartments in North Baltimore. She was 70.
In 1965, she joined the baseball team's public relations department and retired in the late 1970s from its farm teams department.
"She was an avid baseball fan," said her nephew, Bernard C. Rice of Rosedale, who said his aunt liked "nothing more than to visit old ballparks such as Wrigley Field, Comiskey Park, Municipal Park in Cleveland and County Stadium in Milwaukee. But her absolute favorite was Fenway Park in Boston."
Mr. Rice said she was friends with former players Frank Robinson, Jim Palmer, John "Boog" Powell and Brooks Robinson.
Miss Rice was born and raised in the 2700 block of Maryland Ave. and was a 1943 graduate of Notre Dame Preparatory School.
She worked at WBAL-TV from the late 1940s to the mid-1950s, when she joined the alumni office at Loyola College of Maryland.
She was a communicant of SS. Philip and James Roman Catholic Church, 2801 N. Charles St., where a Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. today.
Other survivors include two nieces, Terry R. Aman of Cockeysville and Jeannie Pullarn of Perry Hall; two great-nephews; and five great-nieces.
Max A. Krieger, 93, pharmacist
Max A. Krieger, who owned several pharmacies and was a Baltimore pharmacist for 58 years, died Monday at Sinai Hospital of injuries he suffered in an automobile accident that day. He was 93 and lived in Pikesville.
In 1924, he opened a drug store at Gay and Exeter streets, which he operated until 1931, when he established Lake Pharmacy at Lake Avenue and Harford Road. He closed the business in 1941.
In 1938, he opened the State Pharmacy at Harford Road and Taylor Avenue and sold it in 1970. He continued to work there as a pharmacist until he retired in 1982.
A native of West Baltimore, he graduated from Baltimore City College in 1919 and the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy in 1921.
In 1928, he married Minnie Adler, who died last year.
Services will be held at noon today at Beth El Synagogue, 8101 Park Heights Ave.
He is survived by a son, Hirsch L. Krieger of Baltimore; a daughter, Esther Ryterman of Randallstown; a sister, Anna Needalman of Pikesville; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
David C. Horan, 50, state trooper, reservist
David C. Horan, a retired state trooper and National Guard reservist, died April 4 of injuries he suffered in a parachuting accident in Wilmington, Del. He was 50 and lived in Chester.
He worked for the state Motor Vehicle Administration in Glen Burnie for the past three years and was a state trooper from 1967 to 1992. His assignments included homicide and smuggling investigations and shift supervisor at the Annapolis barracks.
In 1965, he enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserves and later served in the Coast Guard Reserves. In 1980, he transferred to the Maryland Army National Guard, serving with the 20th Special Forces Airborne Group.
He was a parachute jump master and a member of the Maryland Guard's Parachute Demonstration Team. In 1991, he was called to active duty during Operation Desert Storm.
The Baltimore native was raised in Essex and graduated from Kenwood High School in 1964 and Catonsville Community College in 1966.
Services were held April 8.
Survivors include his wife, the former Carol Schifanelli, whom he married in 1991; two sons, David Craig Horan Jr. of York, Pa., and Christopher Daniel Horan of Chester; a daughter, Sharrell Ann Hohman of Essex; his mother, Anne L. Horan of Essex; and a sister, Lillian Frances Peake of Columbia, S.C.
Pub Date: 4/16/97