Obituaries

Obituaries

September 19, 1990

DOROTHY H. KOENIG HOMEMAKER, 79

Funeral services will be held for Severna Park resident Dorothy Hamilton Koenig at 1 p.m. today at Barranco Funeral Home.

Mrs. Koenig, 79, died of a heart attack on Sept. 16 at her home.

A resident of Severna Park for 34 years, she was a member of Annapolis Powerettes and Annapolis Air Force Wives Club. She was a staunch supporter of area Republican politicians and a previous member of the Annapolis Yacht Club.

Other interests included cooking, rose gardening and bridge playing.

Her husband of 40 years, Palmer Koenig, died in 1971.

She is survived by two daughters, Doris Ehrenberg of Forest Hills and Judith K. Wrucke of Columbia; a sister, Marie Walker of Gladewater, Texas; and five grandchildren.

CHARLES F. BLEVINS SALESMAN, 40

Funeral services will be held for Glen Burnie resident Charles F. Blevins at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20, at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Blevins, 40, died after a lengthy illness on Sept. 17 at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

A resident of Glen Burnie for 22 years, he graduated from Poly Tech Institute in 1968 and worked as a Sears salesman for 22 years.

He was the president of Professional Sports Boosters Club of Glen Burnie.

He is survived by his wife of eight years, Linda Kessler Blevins; his mother, Mae Blevins of Glen Burnie; three brothers, David Blevins of Westminster, C. Jack Blevins of Baltimore, and Richard Blevins of Westminster; three sisters, Catherine Evans of Linthicum, Juanita Neal of Baltimore, and Jane Neice of Baltimore.

WILBERT C. PHELPS CONSOLE OPERATOR, 50

Funeral services will be held for Brooklyn Park resident Wilbert C. Phelps at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Phelps, 50, died on Sept. 17 at St. Agnes Hospital.

A lifetime resident of Brooklyn Park, he worked as a console operator at Ogden/Allied and General Refactories.

His interests included playing softball and going to the racetrack. He traveled to many states to play in softball tournaments.

He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Mary Phelps; three daughters, Bonnie Queen, Wendy Phelps and Loretta Swartz; two sons, Russell Phelps and Wilbert Phelps III; two brothers, Jerry Phelps and Randy Phelps; two sisters, Nancy Arbuckel and Jeannie Bowen; and two grandchildren.

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