Cunningham Construction worker

R. E.

September 20, 1990

Services for Richard E. Cunningham, a Baltimore construction worker, will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Phillips Funeral Home, 1727 N. Monroe St.

Mr. Cunningham, who was 27, died early Saturday after being shot near his home on Winchester Street. Police are trying to determine a motive for the shooting. They have no suspects.

For about six years before being laid off six weeks ago, Mr. Cunningham worked as a laborer for the Songer Construction Co. at the Sparrows Point shipyard of the Bethlehem Steel Corp. Earlier, he worked as a roofer.

The Baltimore native attended Walbrook High School.

His survivors include three daughters, Niesha, Erica and Ashley Cunningham; a son, Eric Cunningham; his mother, Emma J. Rice; his father, Richard Cunningham; a sister, Tracye Cunningham; and a brother, Barrett Cunningham. All are of Baltimore.

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