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Rose G. Brown, 79, medical administrator

Rose G. Brown, a former Baltimorean and retired medical administrator, died Monday of an infection at San Ramon Regional Medical Center in California. She was 79 and had moved to Danville, Calif., this month.

Mrs. Brown had moved from Baltimore, where she had lived since 1943, to Delray Beach, Fla., in 1993.

Until she retired in the 1980s, she was a medical coder and transcriber of clinical studies at Johns Hopkins Hospital. In the 1940s, she worked at the Social Security Administration in Baltimore.

Rose Gordon was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and attended New York City public schools.

In 1944, she married Martin Brown, who survives her.

A memorial service is pending.

She is also survived by two daughters, Joanne Brown of Piedmont, Calif., and Carolyn Brothers of Scotts Valley, Calif.; a brother, Leonard Gordon of Delray Beach; and two grandchildren.

James R. Gullion, 72, deliveryman for florist

James R. Gullion, a former deliveryman for a Randallstown florist, died Monday of cancer at Harbor Hospital Center. He was 72.

Mr. Gullion had lived for many years in Severn before moving to Glen Burnie in 1999.

He was a deliveryman for Don's Flowers for 30 years and retired in 1994. Earlier, he was a factory worker.

Born and raised in Marion, Va., he attended public schools there until the seventh grade when he left school to help support his family.

He enlisted in the Navy in 1948 and served aboard the USS Steinaker, a destroyer escort. He was discharged in 1952.

That year, he married Della Mae Duncan, who died in 1978.

No services were held.

He is survived by a son, James D. Gullion of Glen Burnie; a daughter, Carolyn S. Grant of San Antonio; a sister, Geneva Gullion of Marion; and three grandchildren.

Alice M. Houck, 60, hospital worker

Alice M. Houck, a hospital worker, died Monday of undetermined causes. She was 60 and lived in the Beechfield section of Southwest Baltimore.

For the past 10 years, Mrs. Houck was a nuclear medical transcriber at St. Agnes HealthCare. Earlier, she was a secretary.

Born in Baltimore, Alice Morgan was reared in Violetville and graduated from Western High School and Strayer Business College.

She enjoyed reading and sewing-related crafts.

In 1983, she married Norman J. Houck, who survives her.

A memorial service will be held at 12:30 p.m. June 3 at Halethorpe Community Church, 1312 Francis Ave., where she was a member, sang in the choir and taught vacation Bible school.

Mrs. Houck is also survived by her mother, Ruth Morgan of Ellicott City; a brother, Rod Morgan of Gaithersburg; a twin sister, Audrey Stapf of Mount Airy; a stepson, Jonathan Houck of Gunnison, Colo.; three stepdaughters, Juanita Yaeger of Seattle, Amy Beall of Pasadena and Karen O'Connor of Watertown, Mass.; and four grandchildren.

Charlotte O. Mullineaux, 68, school secretary, tutor

Charlotte O. Mullineaux, a school secretary and tutor, died May 10 of complications of breast and uterine cancer at Bon Secours Hospital. She was 68 and lived in Violetville.

Mrs. Mullineaux was a secretary at Bay Brook Middle School in Brooklyn. She joined the Baltimore Department of Education in 1971 and had worked at Samuel F. B. Morse Elementary School in Southwest Baltimore and Chinquapin Middle School in Govans.

She often tutored children in math and reading.

She had served as president, vice president and secretary of Samuel F. B. Morse PTA in the 1970s and 1980s.

Charlotte Grubb was born in Martinsburg, W. Va., and graduated from Martinsburg High School.

She was active in community associations in Southwest Baltimore.

In 1952, she married William Frank Mullineaux Sr., who survives her. Funeral services were held Monday.

She is also survived by a son, William F. Mullineaux Jr., and a daughter, Maria A. Topper, both of Catonsville; three sisters, Loumine Tabler of Martinsburg, Betty Dunham of Falling Waters, W. Va., and Peggy Lentz of Hedgesville, W. Va.; and three grandchildren.

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