Nancy Olsen, 65, managed grocery store
Nancy Olsen, who managed a grocery store in Overlea, died of heart failure Sunday at home in Summerfield, Fla., where she had lived for three years. She was 65.
A Baltimore native, the former Nancy Bilzer managed the Bi-Rite grocery from 1965 to 1990, when she retired and moved to Naples, Fla., then to Summerfield.
In 1950, she married Vernon Frazier, who died in 1976. She married Charles Olsen in 1979.
A memorial service is scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, 4414 Frankford Ave.
She is survived by her husband; three sons, Richard Frazier, Stephen Frazier and William Frazier, all of Baltimore; two daughters, Jean Frazier of Baltimore and Debra Waldstein of Norcross, Ga.; and seven grandchildren.
Paul S. Wills, 56, bus maintenance supervisor
Paul S. Wills, a supervisor of bus maintenance for the Mass Transit Administration, died of heart failure Sunday at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The Essex resident was 56.
Mr. Wills served in the Navy in the late 1950s and returned to Baltimore in the early 1960s to work as a diesel engine mechanic. He joined the MTA as a repairman in 1989 and was promoted to supervisor of bus maintenance.
He was active with Boy Scout Troop 778 and Essex United Methodist Church, and he was a former member of the executive board of the Kenwood High School PTSA.
Services were held Wednesday.
He is survived by his wife, the former Patricia Ann Dennis, whom he married in 1989; a son, Paul A. Wills of Baltimore; two daughters, Nancy E. Parker of Baltimore and Melanie E. Markiewicz of Alexandria, N.H.; two brothers, Norman Seifert of Baltimore and Wayne Seifert of Salisbury; a sister, Barbara Barbee of Winter Gardens, Fla.; and nine grandchildren.
Ian MacEwan Morrell, 66, insurance agent
Ian MacEwan "Mac" Morrell, an Easton resident and longtime insurance agent, died of cancer Wednesday at home. He was 66.
A native of Durham, N.C., Mr. Morrell served in the Air Force from 1953 to 1957 and graduated from Loyola College in Baltimore in 1962. He worked as an insurance agent for many years in Baltimore and in Easton, where he worked for the last seven years for the firm of Lyons, Morrell and Crouch.
A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. today at SS. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church in Easton.
He is survived by his wife, the former Eleanor Hicks, whom he married in 1957; four sons, John M. Morrell of Clarksville, David W. Morrell of Easton, Thomas G. Morrell of Herndon, Va., and James M. Morrell of St. Augustine, Fla.; two daughters, Mary M. Pieper of Downington, Pa., and Amy J. Morrell of Baltimore; two sisters, Barbara M. Ward of Cockeysville and Sheila M. Hicks of Fallston; and seven grandchildren.
Pub Date: 3/27/98