Marie Boston Jennings, 87, of Gambrills, died of natural causes Dec. 6, 2001 at her home.
Mrs. Jennings was born Aug. 31, 1914, in Millersville, and attended county public schools. She worked for the Department of the Army at Fort George G. Meade as a laundry service worker for many years. She then was a domestic worker in private homes.
In her early years she was a member of Mount Tabor United Methodist Church in Crownsville. In 1954 she joined Wilson Memorial United Methodist Church, serving on the administrative council and usher board, as a communion steward and as a member of the United Methodist Women.
She enjoyed gardening, canning, sewing, baking and home activities.
On July 31, 1943, she married Harry S. Jennings who is now deceased. She was the grandmother of the late Norman Greenleaf.
Surviving are one daughter, Mary E. Joyce; one son, Harry W. Jennings; five siblings, Martha Jenkins, Elizabeth Greenleaf, Joseph Boston, John Greenleaf and Thomas Greenleaf; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 2 to 4 p.m. tomorrow at Reese and Sons Mortuary, 821 West St. A Christian wake will be at 10 a.m. Monday with funeral service at 10:30 a.m. at Wilson Memorial United Methodist Church, 1113 Route 3, Gambrills. Burial will follow in Mount Tabor United Methodist Church cemetery, St. Stephen's Church Road, Crownsville.
Albert Maxie Brandstetter, 80, an 18-year resident of Gambrills and formerly of Washington, D.C., died Dec. 14, 2001 at the Crofton Convalescent Center.
Born Nov. 5, 1921, in Gordonsville, Va., Mr. Brandstetter attended Benjamin Franklin University in Washington. He was retired from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development where he was a deputy director.
He was a former treasurer of Parkwood United Methodist Church in Edgewater.
His wife, Vonna Marie Brandstetter, died in June 1998.
Surviving are one son, Max Brandstetter of Gambrills, and one daughter, Shirley Ann Brandstetter of Edgewater.
Graveside services will be at noon Tuesday at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Suitland. Arrangements are by Kalas Funeral Home in Edgewater.
Miriam Elvira Lusby Joy, 91, a resident of Severna Park for 57 years, died of heart failure Dec. 12, 2001 at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C., after a brief illness.
Born Oct. 2, 1910, and raised in Olivet, Mrs. Joy was married in 1944 to Robert Joy who is now deceased. She was a homemaker and bookkeeper.
Mrs. Joy was a longtime member of Asbury United Methodist Church in Arnold. She enjoyed fishing and baseball, especially the Baltimore Orioles.
Surviving are her daughter, Barbara Ellen Stodghill of Severna Park; and one son, Donald Lusby.
She was the sister of the late Walter, Ralph and Jack Lusby.
Visitation is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. tomorrow at Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home, 495 Ritchie Highway, where services will be at 11:30 a.m. Monday. Burial will be in Glen Haven Cemetery in Glen Burnie.
In lieu of lowers, memorial contributions may be made to Asbury United Methodist Church, 78 Church Road, Arnold, MD 21012.
Stephen Lundstrom Jr.
Stephen Walter "Peeper" Lundstrom Jr., 27, a longtime resident of Crownsville, died Dec. 13, 2001 in an automobile accident in Bryn Mawr, Pa.
The son of Sharon and Stephen W. Lundstrom Sr. of Crownsville, he was born June 21, 1974, in Washington, D.C.
He graduated in 1992 from Old Mill High School where he won the county wrestling championship in 1991 and wrestled also as senior. He studied forestry for several years at West Virginia University.
Mr. Lundstrom was employed as an installer of fiber optic cable for Ironteck, a telecommunications company.
He was a member of Our Lady of the Fields Catholic Church in Millersville and coached wrestling for Northern High School in Calvert County in 1999.
His interests also included fishing, gambling, snowboarding and spending time with friends and family.
Surviving, in addition to his parents, are his wife, Kimberly Lundstrom; one son, Stephen Walter Lundstrom III of Crownsville; one sister, Jane Lundstrom of Crownsville; and his grandparents, Erma Louis Guido of Brandywine and Hellen Marie Lundstrom of Crownsville.
Visitation will be from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Road, Gambrills. A Mass of Christian burial will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of the Fields Catholic Church, 1070 Cecil Ave., Millersville. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to an educational trust to be established for his son.
Gladys Gray Nichols, 87, of Millersville, died of natural causes Dec. 12, 2001 at Heritage Harbour Health and Rehabilitation Center after a lengthy illness.
Mrs. Nichols was born March 30, 1914, in Detroit, Mich., and raised in Springfield, Mass. In 1934, she married Wolford Nichols, who died in 1971.
She also lived in Utah, California, Florida, Millersville and Severna Park. A homemaker, she enjoyed knitting, crocheting, gardening, watching hummingbirds and traveling on family vacations.
Surviving are three sons, Douglas Nichols of Millersville, Richard Nichols of Mendon, Mass., and Bruce Nichols of Layton, Utah; 11 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Services and burial are private. Arrangements are by Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, 714 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd., Severna Park, MD 21146.
Mary S. Norcio, 92, of Annapolis and formerly of Hyattsville, died of natural causes Dec. 13, 2001 at Annapolis Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
Mrs. Norcio was born May 22, 1909, in Washington, D.C. She was a secretary with the federal government for more than 30 years, retiring from the Soil Conservation Services at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1980.
She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church.
On April 12, 1940, she married Anthony F. Norcio who died March 13, 1963.
Surviving are one son, Anthony F. Norcio of Annapolis, and two granddaughters.
A memorial Mass will be said at 11 a.m. Dec. 28 at St. John Neumann Catholic Church 620 N. Bestgate Road. Burial will be private. Arrangements are by Kalas Funeral Home in Edgewater.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Mary's Catholic Church, 109 Duke of Gloucester St., Annapolis, MD 21401.
Jane S. Park, 78, a resident of Annapolis for 35 years and formerly of Washington, D.C., died of respiratory failure Dec. 13, 2001 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.
Mrs. Park was born May 26, 1923, in Fort Sheridan, Ill., and raised in Kensington, Ga. She retired after working for the Army Signal Corps in Washington.
She volunteered with the American Red Cross and was an active member of Trinity United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Women and related ministries.
Her interests also included baking, sewing and Baltimore Orioles baseball.
Surviving are her husband of 52 years, Ritchie A. Park; three sons, Ritchie A. Park Jr. and Steven D. Park Sr. of Annapolis and Karl J. Park of Colonial Beach, Va.; one daughter, Joan P. Beck of Annapolis; two brothers, Hal and John Shook, and one sister, Marianne S. Thornberry, all of Georgia; and eight grandchildren,
Visitation will be from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Taylor Funeral Home, 147 Duke of Gloucester St. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Trinity United Methodist Church, 1300 West St. Burial will be in Lakemont Cemetery in Davidsonville. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1041 Route 3 North, Gambrills, MD 21054.
Lillian E. Adams, 87, of Annapolis, died Dec. 12, 2001 of natural causes at the Spa Creek Center, Genesis ElderCare Network.
Mrs. Adams was a graduate of the former Stanton School and the Hampton Institute, now Hampton College.
She worked as a school teacher until her marriage to Charles G. Adams. They were married for 60 years. The couple had no children.
Mrs. Adams enjoyed crocheting, gardening and helping the neighborhood children.
Services are private.
Expressions of sympathy may be made in her honor to the Alzheimers Association, 7910 Woodmont Ave., Suite 1100, Bethesda, MD 20814.
George J. Goldsborough Jr., 76, of Easton, prominent trial lawyer, law school professor, author and avid fisherman, died of cancer Dec. 12, 2001 at the Talbot Hospice House in Easton after a lengthy illness.
Mr. Goldsborough was a founding partner of Goldsborough and Franch in Annapolis, now Franch, Jarashow, Burgmeier and Smith. His career as a trial lawyer spanned 45 years.
Born in Baltimore, he graduated in 1947 from the Military Academy and served in the Air Force. While stationed at Andrews Air Force Base, he attended the George Washington University School of Law, graduating in 1950.
During the Korean War he was staff Judge Advocate of the 374th troop carrier wing, was promoted to captain and was awarded the Bronze Star. After the war, he entered the private practice of law in Washington.
In 1961, he moved to the Eastern Shore, where his family resided and had practiced law since 1669. There, he and his wife, the former Ruth Ann Craine of New York, restored North Bend, part of the family's original manorial grant known as Tilghman's Fortune. The couple was later divorced.
Until 1977, he maintained his Washington practice. His career as a trial lawyer spanned 45 years. For 15 years, he was a professorial lecturer in law at the evening division of George Washington University School of Law, which named him a distinguished graduate in 1984.
Mr. Goldsborough was chairman of the litigation section of the Maryland Bar Association and served on a committee on the creation of a southern division of the U.S. District Court for Maryland.
On March 15, 1979, he married Juliana Elden.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by seven children from his first marriage, Barbara G. Taylor of Murphy, N.C., retired Air Force Lt. Col. Cynthia A. Kenyon of Niceville, Fla., William J. Goldsborough of Easton, Judith Goldsborough-Schnier of Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Marie Louise Merrick of Kensington, Ann C. Goldsborough of Aloha, Ore., and Nancy Jeanne Hurt of Cambridge, Vt.; two stepchildren, Holly Thompson Christ of Easton and Ian Place Thompson of Reston, Va.; and 16 grandchildren.
Private services are planned. Family and friends are invited to a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. tomorrow at St. Michaels Harbor Inn in St. Michaels. Arrangements are by Fellows, Helfenbein and Newnam Funeral Home in Easton.
Memorial contributions may be made to Talbot Hospice Foundation, 586 Cynwood Drive, Easton, MD 21601 or the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 6 Herndon Ave., Annapolis, MD 21403.
Timothy Roy "Tim" Grace, 52, of Hillsmere, died Dec. 7, 2001 at his home. The cause of death was not available.
The son of the late Eva Miller Grace and Charles G. Grace Jr., Mr. Grace was born July 21, 1949, in Baltimore, and lived in Annapolis since the age of 5. He graduated in 1967 from Annapolis High School, and in 1972 from Frostburg State University. He also took numerous computer courses.
For many years he was a computer analyst and programmer.
Mr. Grace enjoyed sports and was involved in youth sports in the area.
He is survived by a brother, Charles G. Grace III of Harwood.
Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. tomorrow and from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Taylor Funeral Home, 147 Duke of Gloucester St., where services will be at 11 a.m. Monday. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Peninsula Athletic League, 114 Pinecrest Drive, Annapolis, MD 21403.
Mary Haygood, 83, a lifelong resident of Annapolis, died of natural causes Dec. 12, 2001 at home after a brief illness.
A homemaker, Mrs. Haygood was born April 17, 1918, in Annapolis, and graduated in 1936 from Annapolis High School.
She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and enjoyed knitting, crocheting, gardening and golf in her younger years.
Her husband, William M. Haygood, died Dec. 1, 1999.
She is survived by one son, William E. Haygood of Annapolis.
She was the sister of the late Bernard C. Hoff Jr. and Ruth Hoff.
Visitation is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today at Hardesty Funeral Home, 12 Ridgely Ave. A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 109 Duke of Gloucester St. Burial will be in Lakemont Cemetery in Davidsonville.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Chesapeake, 8424 Veterans Highway, Millersville, MD 21108.
James Edward Killeen Sr., 92, of Annapolis and formerly of Washington, D.C., died Dec. 12, 2001 at Chesapeake Hospice House in Linthicum after a lengthy illness.
The son of the late James and Sophia Killeen, Mr. Killeen was born Oct. 10, 1909, in Schenectady, N.Y. He worked as a bookbinder in Albany, N.Y., for J.B. Lyons before coming to Washington in 1933. He then worked at the Government Printing Office until retiring in 1972.
He was of the Catholic faith and enjoyed thoroughbred horse racing.
In 1933, he married Margaret Killeen who died in 1985.
Surviving are one brother, George C. Killeen of Reno, Nev.; four grandchildren, James E. Killeen III of Annapolis, Thomas M. Killeen of Severna Park, Patricia M. Lancaster of Bowie and Karrie Killeen of Edgewater; and six great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Hardesty Funeral Home, 12 Ridgely Ave. A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Ascension Catholic Church in Bowie. Burial will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Chesapeake Hospice House, in care of Hospice of the Chesapeake, 8424 Veterans Highway, Millersville, MD 21108.
Ingrid Smith, 29, of Millersville died Dec. 8, 2001 at her home.
Ms. Smith was born on Dec. 23, 1971, in San Francisco, Calif., and graduated from Weaverville High School in Weaverton, Calif.
She was in the Army Reserve Military Police Corps for five years, and was a detention specialist at Douglas County Sheriff's Office for one year.
She had just completed certification in Microsoft Word.
She enjoyed softball, basketball and volleyball and was interested in outdoor recreation and sports.
Surviving are her parents, Margie and Terry Lee of Lewiston, Calif.; one brother, David Lee of California; one sister, Amanda Lee of California; and her grandparents.
A memorial gathering will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow at Quiet Waters Park.
John "Jack" E. Strueber, 72, of Arnold and formerly of Towson, died of congestive heart failure Dec. 11, 2001 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.
Born April 18, 1929, in Oak Park, Ill., Mr. Strueber grew up near the shores of Lake Michigan and attended Loyola University in Chicago, earning both undergraduate and graduate degrees.
In 1986, he retired from Lilly Industrial Coatings Inc. of Indianapolis, Ind., as a regional sales executive.
A lifelong sailing enthusiast, he and his family cruised extensively on the Chesapeake Bay and along the East Coast. His love of sailing and water was passed on to each of his five children who still actively sail in the Annapolis area.
He was a director and volunteer captain of Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating (CRAB), an organization providing sailing experiences for people with disabilities.
Surviving are his wife, Winifred Joan Maher Strueber; his children, Sharon S. Slevin of Towson, John Strueber of Oxford, Mary Strueber and Julie S. Barrett of Arnold and Frank Strueber of Monkton; one brother, Donald Strueber of Oak Park; and nine grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Andrew by the Bay Catholic Church, 701 College Parkway near Cape St. Claire Road. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Immigration Outreach Center at St. Matthews Catholic Church, 5401 Loch Raven Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21239 and CRAB, P.O. Box 6564, Annapolis, MD 21401.