Lee Hwa Soon, 82, Baltimore homemaker
Lee Hwa Soon, a homemaker and mother of four who lived through two wars in Korea before immigrating to the United States, died of a heart attack July 11 at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She was 82 and had been living at Deaton Specialty Hospital and Home in Mount Vernon.
Mrs. Lee was born in Soon Ahn, in the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. She graduated from Sung Shil College with a degree in nursery school education.
In 1938, she married Lee Yong Sup. The next year, the family moved to Seoul, where they lived through World War II and the Korean War.
In 1969, the Lees moved to Winston-Salem, N.C., where their eldest daughter had set up residence. They relocated to Baltimore the following year.
Mr. Lee died in 1978.
Besides raising her children, Mrs. Lee played piano and sewed.
A memorial service for Mrs. Lee was held Thursday.
She is survived by a son, Lee Yun Bin of Columbia; three daughters, Hwangbo Young Il of Columbia, Cho Young of Wichita, Kan., and Park Hyun Jung of Beverly Hills, Calif.; five granddaughters; and three grandsons.
Mary Maione, 84, homemaker, SSA clerk
Mary Maione, a homemaker, died July 11 of pneumonia at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. She was 84 and lived in Lutherville.
Born in Baltimore and raised on Bretton Place in Guilford, Mary Schanze was an Eastern High School graduate.
In 1943, she married Roland Maione, a carpenter and builder, who survives her.
She was a clerk for the Social Security Administration in the 1940s.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. July 29 at St. John's United Methodist Church, 216 W. Seminary Ave., Lutherville.
She also is survived by a son, Michael Maione of Towson; two daughters, Barbara Tucker of Ellicott City and Virginia Kehl of Williamsburg, Va.; and three grandchildren.