Eileen R. Dunkerton, 32, middle school teacherEileen...


Eileen R. Dunkerton, 32, middle school teacher

Eileen R. Dunkerton, a former teacher at Golden Ring Middle School in Baltimore County, died Saturday of leukemia at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. The Perry Hall resident was 32.

A native of Buffalo, N.Y., the former Eileen Reed graduated from Houghton (N.Y.) College in 1987.

She married William A. Dunkerton in 1991 and moved to Baltimore County the next year.

She taught physical education at Golden Ring Middle School from 1992 to 1995, when she became a homemaker.

Services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday at Timonium Presbyterian Church, 303 W. Timonium Road.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son and a daughter, Zachariah Dunkerton and Abigail Dunkerton, both of Perry Hall; her father, Robert T. Reed of Buffalo, N.Y.; three brothers, Darrell Reed, Alan Reed and Grant Reed, all of Buffalo; and a sister, Laura Amidon of Princeton, N.J. Imogene I. Yaste, a retired librarian and teacher, died Monday of cancer at her Reisterstown home. She was 67.

Born in Frederick and raised in Carroll County, the former Imogene Weybright graduated from Western Maryland College in 1952 and earned a master's degree in library science at Catholic University in the 1960s.

Mrs. Yaste was head librarian and taught English and French beginning in the early 1950s at Mount Airy High School. She taught at other schools and then went to Randallstown High in the late 1960s and retired from there in 1996.

She enjoyed playing bridge and traveling, and was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Baltimore County and Maryland State teachers associations.

Services are scheduled for 10 a.m. today at the Eckhardt Funeral Chapel, 11605 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills.

She is survived by her husband, the Rev. Dixon A. Yaste, whom she married in 1953.

Daniel Eidman IV, 48, claims adjuster

Daniel Eidman IV, a Baltimore native and longtime insurance claims adjuster, died June 12 of heart failure while vacationing in the south of France. The North Baltimore resident was 48.

He graduated from St. Paul's School in 1968 and Roanoke College in Virginia in 1973, and joined G. A. B. Robbins North America Inc. in Baltimore as a claims adjuster.

He traveled extensively -- including recent trips to Germany, France, Egypt and England -- and had homes in Rehoboth Beach, Del., and Guilford.

Services were held last week.

He is survived by his mother, Regina Eidman of Timonium; two sisters, Marty Wilgis of Towson and Barbara Wunderer of Glen Arm; and his longtime companion, Bruce Mentzer of Baltimore.

Pub Date: 6/25/98

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