Carolyn Celeste Crews, 55, homemaker, volunteerCarolyn Celeste...


Carolyn Celeste Crews, 55, homemaker, volunteer

Carolyn Celeste Crews, a homemaker, died Sunday of cancer at home in Sykesville. She was 55.

A native of Dover, N.J., the former Carolyn Dobler moved to Maryland in 1963 and married John A. Crews the following year.

She was a volunteer at Springfield Hospital Center and enjoyed 10-pin bowling and golf.

Services are set for 4 p.m. todayat Messiah Lutheran Church, 5600 Old Washington Road in Sykesville.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by three daughters, Kathleen Richardson of Mount Airy, Kristen Crews of Wilmington, N.C., and Stephanie Crews of Eldersburg; three brothers, Richard Scott of Clifton Park, N.Y., Robert Scott of Hamilton, Ohio, and G. David Dobler of Madison Lake, Minn.; a sister, Mary Lou Hammond of Minooka, Ill.; and two grandchildren.

Malinda L. Autry, 30, clothing store saleswoman

Malinda L. Autry, a former saleswoman, died Thursday of an undisclosed illness at Church Hospital. She was 30.

A lifelong resident of East Baltimore, Ms. Autry attended Northern High School and worked at several clothing stores on Greenmount Avenue.

Services are scheduled for 1: 30 p.m. today at March Funeral Home, 1101 E. North Ave.

Ms. Autry is survived by a son, Derrick D. Moffatt, and a daughter, Octavia B. Wall, both of Baltimore; her mother, Betty J. Wall of Baltimore; two brothers, Larry Wall of Baltimore and Marvin Wall of Wadesboro, N.C.; and three sisters, Brenda Wall, Diane Wall and Mary Davis, all of Baltimore.

Pub Date: 6/24/98

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