Funeral services were scheduled today and tomorrow for two men killed in a shooting at Fox Chevrolet in Woodlawn.
Services for William Lewis Bishop, 46, general manager of Fox Chevrolet's five-car dealerships, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Zion Lutheran Church in the Frederick County community of Middletown.
Services for Robert Bruce Daughton, 38, a mechanic at Fox, were being held today at the Levinson funeral establishment on Reisterstown Road.
Mr. Bishop and Mr. Daughton died Friday after they and a co-worker were shot by a former employee of the business. The man who did the shooting committed suicide.
Mr. Bishop was a member of the Columbia Masonic Lodge in Frederick.
He is survived by his wife, the former Karen Lynn Tipton, and daughter, Shawn Lynn Bishop, both of Middletown; his mother, Ellen Bishop Boutelle of Middletown; three brothers, Edward S. Bishop Jr. of Oxford and Richard S. Boutelle Jr. and John Frederick Boutelle, both of Middletown; and three sisters, Dickcy Boutelle Gibson, Marjorie Boutelle Blouin and Katherine Boutelle, all of Middletown.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Bill Bishop Memorial Fund, which will benefit the family of Mr. Daughton. Donations should be sent in care of Kaplan, Hayman, Greenberg, 10th Floor, Sun Life Building, 20 S. Charles St., Baltimore 21201.
Mr. Daughton is survived by his wife, Marsha E. Daughton; a son, Wesley Adam Daughton; a daughter, Lauren Heather Daughton; his father, Harold Daughton; a sister, Nancy Cook, of Pasadena; and a brother, Ernest Daughton, of California.