Daniel W. Prichard, 86, sales representative
Daniel W. Prichard, a retired Baltimore sales representative for Quaker Chemical Corp., died Friday from congestive heart failure at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. He was 86.
Mr. Prichard, who was known as "Woody," was born and raised in Philadelphia. A chemistry major at Penn State University, he graduated in 1935 and married the former Elleanore Clark in 1939. The couple celebrated their 60th anniversary this year.
He began working for Philadelphia-based Quaker Chemical Corp. during World War II. He moved in 1950 to Stoneleigh, then to Fellowship Forest, where he served as president of the Fellowship Forest Community Association. After his retirement, Mr. Prichard moved to Naples, Fla., in 1974, but returned to Towson in 1990.
Mr. Prichard was active as an adult leader in the Boy Scouts. An amateur actor, he was active in Baltimore's Paint and Powder Club, and was a member of the Country Club of Maryland. In addition to golf, he enjoyed woodcarving, playing bridge and traveling.
Services will be held graveside at 11: 30 a.m. tomorrow at Govans Presbyterian Church, 5824 York Road.
Other survivors include a son, W. Clark Prichard of Silver Spring, a daughter, Carol P. MacDougall of Towson; a sister, Katherine Burkitt of Marco Island, Fla.; and three grandsons.
Pub Date: 9/26/99