October 23, 1990


Services for Wayne Douglas Pollard of Glen Burnie, formerly the owner of the Bull Pen Bar, took place Oct. 22 at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Pollard, 53, died Oct. 18 of heart failure at Fort Howard Hospital.

Born in Baltimore, he later attended college before joining the U.S.

Navy. He served in the Navy for 14 years, including the Korean War, before retiring in 1989.

Mr. Pollard's interests included music, dinner theater, television and classic movies.

Survivors include his wife, Kikuko M. Pollard of Glen Burnie; a son, Norman Pollard of Georgia; two daughters, Julie Young, also of Georgia, and Christina Pollard of Minnesota; two stepdaughters, Keiko Goldman of Glen Burnie and Naomi Hannigan of Maryland; a stepson, Mark Goldman of Colorado; two brothers, Bob Pollard of Woodlawn and Larry Pollard of Glen Burnie; and two grandchildren.

Arrangements were by the Kirkley Funeral Home.


Services for Norman Sam McKinney, an employee of the Maryland state government who worked in various departments during his career, took place Oct. 22 at the Church of the Nazarene in Marley Park.

Mr. McKinney, 62, died Oct. 19 of heart failure at North Arundel Hospital.

He was originally from Little Switzerland, N.C., and worked for the state government for 30 years.

A member of the Church of the Nazarene, Mr. Pollard's other interests included yard work, helping out at the church, and helping out others.

He is survived by his wife, Dorothy E. McKinney of Glen Burnie; a daughter, Carol Gellert of Pasadena; two brothers, Eugene McKinney of Ohio and Paul McKinney of North Carolina; three sisters, Elizabeth Burke of Virginia, Peggy Owenby of North Carolina and Lois Lang of Virginia; and three grandchildren.


Services for homemaker Sallie Carr Parrott of Arnold will take place today at 1 p.m. at the Roach Mortuary in La Follette, Tenn.

Mrs. Carr, 93, died Oct. 19 of heart failure at her home in Arnold.

Born in Arthur, Tenn., she was raised in Harlan, Ky.

Mrs. Carr had previously lived in Fond, Ky., and La Follette, Tenn. for most of her life. She moved to Arnold seven years ago.

She was a member of the Bethlehem Baptist Church.

Her husband, John Harrison Parrott, whom she married in 1916, died in 1957.

Survivors include two sons, Edward Parrott of La Follette, Tenn., and Eugene Parrott of Arnold; a daughter, Allie Mae May of Jacksboro, Tenn.; a sister, Stella Peters, also of La Follette; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Arrangements were made by the Barranco Funeral Home.


A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Oct. 22 at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in West River for former domestic servant Wilhelmine Piel Harpfer of Gambrills.

Mrs. Piel, 90, died Oct. 20 at the Crofton Convalescent Center after a brief illness.

Originally from Berlin, Germany, she worked in domestic services in Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia, Pa., before her retirement.

She was a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church in Davidsonville.

Survivors include her husband, Benedikt Harpfer of Gambrills; a niece, Julianna Ammons of Gambrills; and a nephew, John Walch of Oregon.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Arundel Volunteer Fire Department, Davidsonville Road, Gambrills, Md. 21054.

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