Obituaries

OBITUARIES

September 23, 1990

HAROLD BRESENHAN

Supervisor, 59

Funeral services were held for Glen Burnie resident Harold L. Bresenhan on Saturday, Sept. 22 at Marley Park Church of the Nazarene.

Mr. Bresenhan, 59, died of a massive heart attack on Sept. 18 at North Arundel Hospital.

A Glen Burnie resident for 17 years, he worked as a supervisor of the Ship Fitters Department for Bethlehem Steel for 26 and a half years.

He served in the Marines during the Korean War.

Mr. Bresenhan was a member of Marley Park Church of the Nazarene and the Lions Club of Linthicum.

Other interests included hunting, target shooting, gardening and bee keeping.

He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Barbara Brogan Bresenhan; two daughters, Rhonda Bresenhan of Brooklyn and Kim Bresenhan of Glen Burnie; and a brother, Robert Bresenhan of Cranford, N.J.

Memorial donations may be made to the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland, 2526 North Charles Street, Baltimore 21218.

Funeral arrangements were made by Singleton Funeral Home.

ALBERT L. ARMSTRONG

Retired policeman, 81

Funeral services were held for Glen Burnie resident Albert L. Armstrong on Saturday, Sept. 22 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Armstrong, 81, died of natural causes due to emphysema at North Arundel Hospital.

He retired from the Washington, D.C. police force in 1965 and served in the U.S. Army, belonging to the OSS during World War II.

Mr. Armstrong was a member of the Masons, attended the Olympics, and enjoyed Bingo.

His wife, Mary Armstrong died before him. He is survived by three daughters, Patricia Ann Norquest of Gambrills, Clara Marie Teets of Landover Hills, and Irene Blaine of Oklahoma; and five grandchildren.

AGNES M. RIVERS

Phone operator, 79

A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated for Severn resident Agnes M. Rivers on Friday, Sept. 21 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church.

Mrs. Rivers, 79, died on Sept. 18 at St. Mary's Hospital.

A graduate of Notre Dame, she retired 14 years ago as a telephone operator from Fort George G. Meade.

She was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church of Odenton and the O'Malley Senior Center.

She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, gardening, and she loved birds.

She is survived by two daughters, Mary L. Cryer of Leonardtown and Anne L. Phelps of Havelock, N.C.; a son, Leroy R. Rivers Jr. of Severn; two sisters, Clara Link and Helen O'Hara; and seven grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements were handled by Singleton Funeral Home.

TIMOTHY P. TAYLOR

Infant, 7 weeks

Funeral services were held for Glen Burnie resident Timothy Paul Taylor on Thursday, Sept. 20 at Singleton Funeral Home.

The infant died suddenly at Walter Reed Army Hospital.

He is survived by his parents, Anita C. Taylor and Dewey D. Perrera; and his twin brother, Eric Michael Taylor.

ALBERT M. GUTBERLET

Welder, 67

Funeral services were held for Glen Burnie resident Albert M. Gutberlet on Thursday, Sept. 20 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Gutberlet, 67, died of a massive heart attack on Sept. 17 in Lineboro, Maryland.

A resident of Glen Burnie for 18 years, he worked as a self-employed welder at Al's Welding Service, and retired from A.V.& E. Industries in 1985.

He served in the Army during World War II and the Korean War.

Other interests included bowling and caring for abandoned dogs and cats at Animal Haven Kennell in Howard County.

His wife, Juanita Gutberlet died before him.

He is survived by a son, Garry Gutberlet of Brooklyn; a step-daughter, Darlene Nutter of Glen Burnie; three brothers, James Jones of Brooklyn, Joseph Gutberlet of Pasadena, and Lawrence Gutberlet of California; and four grandchildren.

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