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Marie Reddick, 95, homemakerMarie Reddick, a Northeast...


Marie Reddick, 95, homemaker

Marie Reddick, a Northeast Baltimore homemaker, died Friday of pneumonia at Good Samaritan Hospital. She was 95.

A native of Portsmouth County, Va., the former Marie Cuffee came to Baltimore as a young woman and married William Henry Reddick in the late 1920s. He died in the 1930s.

Mrs. Reddick enjoyed cooking, writing poetry, gardening and crocheting.

For more than 50 years, she was a member of Fountain Baptist Church in East Baltimore.

Services are scheduled for 7 p.m. tomorrow at Mount Sinai Baptist Church, 922 E. Preston St.

She is survived by a daughter, Dorothy Lee Richardson of Baltimore; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Gloria Jean Davidson, 54, secretary, volunteer

Gloria Jean Davidson, a secretary, died of heart failure Saturday at Anne Arundel Medical Center. The Annapolis resident was 54.

Mrs. Davidson worked at D&G; Containers Inc. in Baltimore. Earlier, she had been a secretary for the federal government, the director of Baltimore-Washington International Airport and First Army Headquarters at Fort Meade.

The former Gloria Conigliaro was born in Baltimore, raised in Glen Burnie and was a 1962 graduate of Glen Burnie High School.

She was a volunteer at My Brother's Pantry in Arnold and was an active member of St. Andrew By the Bay Roman Catholic Church, 701 College Parkway in Annapolis, where a funeral Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow.

She is survived by her husband, James Davidson; a son, James Davidson Jr. of Annapolis; two step-daughters, Patricia McCrary and Marion Parks, both of Hendersonville, N.C.; her mother, Anna Conigliaro of Glen Burnie; and two sisters, Sadie Orlando of Baltimore and Concetta Smith of Glen Burnie.

Tommy Ray Martin Jr., 19, youth basketball coach

Tommy Ray Martin Jr., a Baltimore native and youth basketball coach at Barclay Recreation Center, died Thursday of undetermined causes at Union Memorial Hospital. He was 19.

The East Baltimore resident attended Northern High School and coached at the recreation center in East Baltimore for the past three years.

He enjoyed singing and had recently completed an audition tape of rhythm and blues music for a record company.

He sang in the choir at Mount Carmel Baptist Church, 212 E. 25th St., where services were set for 7: 30 p.m. today.

He is survived by a daughter, Kayla Martin of Baltimore; his parents, Tommy Ray Martin and Molene Martin of Baltimore; a brother, Bernard Tyler of Chicago; and two sisters, Fannie Martin of Baltimore and Maria Martin of Biloxi, Miss.

Pub Date: 12/22/98

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