Edwin Ashley Horn, 94, vending company owner
Edwin Ashley Horn, former owner of the Eastern Distributing Co. and a duckpin bowling official, died Aug. 25 of a heart attack at his Parkville home. He was 94.
He owned and operated the vending machine company from 1941 to 1969 and also managed tavern shuffleboard leagues throughout the city.
He was president of the National Duckpin Bowling Congress from 1943 to 1945 and participated in tournament bowling from Atlanta to New England. In 1939, he was ranked ninth nationally in the men's category.
President of Homeland Racquet Club from 1950 to 1952, he won several doubles trophies. He also was a member of the Gardenville Order of the Moose.
Born in Baltimore and reared in Waverly and Roland Park, he attended Waverly Elementary School.
In 1934, he married Della Virginia Willing. She died in 1966. He married Jean Eugene Davis in 1967. She died in 1976.
Funeral services were private.
He is survived by a daughter, Martha Jo Kutsiukis of Baltimore; two grandsons and a great-granddaughter. A daughter, Sara-Marie Carey, died in 1994.
Lenore Snyder, 84, church secretary
Lenore Snyder, a church secretary, died Sunday in her sleep of a heart attack at Glen Meadows retirement community in Glen Arm. She was 84 and had lived in Overlea.
In 1978, she retired from Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in North Baltimore, where she worked for 16 years.
Born Leonore Chinn in Baltimore, she was a graduate of Eastern High School. She attended Goucher College and a secretarial school.
She sang in the choir at Grace & St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Mount Vernon for 20 years.
In 1942, she married Edward Hamilton Snyder, an Army Corps of Engineers employee. He died in 1984.
A memorial service for Mrs. Snyder will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles St.
She is survived by a son, John Leonard Snyder of Westminster; two daughters, Helen Lenore Platt of White Hall and Barbara Jean Barr of Perry Hall; a sister, Mary Elizabeth Schildwachter of Ruxton; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.