Sophie D. Scheff Homemaker, 55

OBITUARIES

October 25, 1990

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Funeral services took place for former Glen Burnie resident Sophie D. Scheff on Oct. 24 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mrs. Scheff, 55, died Oct. 21 in Baltimore.

A homemaker, she enjoyed reading and horticulture.

She is survived by a son, Bruce E. Scheff of Florida; two daughters, Denise M. Lembach of Brooklyn and Susan R. Parks of Violetville; a brother, Joseph E. Chamberlain of Denton; two sisters, Elizabeth R. Martin and Dorothy R. Shell, both of Baltimore; and five grandchildren.

EVEN OLIN FELLOWS FARMER, 91

Funeral services took place for Edgewater resident Even Olin Fellows on Oct. 24 at Hardesty Funeral Home.

Mr. Fellows, 91, died Oct. 22 at Pleasant Living Convalescent Center.

He worked as a supervisor of maintenance with the Washington Terminal Co. from 1927 to 1953. From 1950 until 1985 he owned and operated a farm in Davidsonville.

He is survived by his wife, Virginia L. Fellows; a son, George E.

Fellows Sr. of Cumberland; a daughter, Leah Graham of Silver Spring; four grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.

M. M. BRUMBAUGH NURSE, 77

A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated for Severna Park resident Margaret Mary Brumbaugh on Oct. 24 at St. John the Evangelist Church.

Mrs. Brumbaugh, 77, died of cancer Oct. 20 at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

She worked as a registered nurse at Veterans Hospital for more than 25 years until her retirement in 1978.

Her former husband, Hollis L. Brumbaugh, died in 1985.

She is survived by two daughters, Mary Petruccy of Severna Park and Judy Luna of Clinton, Ohio; a son, Larry Brumbaugh of Bowie; two brothers; two sisters; and five grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to Johns Hopkins Hospital.

BERNICE P. TURNIER HOMEMAKER, 74

Funeral services took place for Glen Burnie resident Bernice P. Turner on Oct. 24 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mrs. Turner, 74, died Oct. 20 at North Arundel Hospital.

A homemaker, she was a member of Burwood Senior Citizen Club.

She is survived by her husband of 39 years, Walter Turner of Baltimore; two sons, Thomas A. Jester of Brooklyn Park and John J. Jester of Parkville; two daughters, Lucille Cirri and Margaret Oler, both of Millersville; three brothers; two sisters; nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

RALPH T. LANE JR. TECHNICIAN, 61

Funeral services will take place for Glen Burnie resident Ralph T.

Lane Jr. at 2 p.m. Oct. 26 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Lane, 61, died Oct. 23 at North Arundel Hospital.

He worked as a millright technician for Bethlehem Steel for 38 years and served with the Marines during the Korean War.

He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Dorothy B. Reedy Lane; his mother, Reecie Snell of Alabama; a daughter, Mary L. Jett of Pasadena; two sons, John E. Lane and James A. Lane, both of Glen Burnie; a brother; two sisters; and five grandchildren.

R. C. KASCHNER ASSEMBLYMAN, 66

A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated for Glen Burnie resident Richard C. Kaschner on Oct. 23 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church.

Mr. Kaschner, 66, died of cancer Oct. 19 at his home.

A Glen Burnie resident for 30 years, he worked as am assemblyman for Westinghouse until his retirement.

He also served in the military during World War II and received the Purple Heart Award.

He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Mary Kennedy Kaschner; two sons, Richard Kaschner of Linthicum and Daniel Kaschner of Broadbeck, Pa.; two daughters, Mary Coon and Helen Pope, both of Glen Burnie; two sisters, Althea Krysiuk of Nanicoke, Pa., and Naomi Conrad of Edwardsville, Pa.; and seven grandchildren.

RAYMOND C. FRANKS VIOLINIST, 85

Funeral services will be take place for Severna Park resident Raymond Clifford Franks at 2 p.m. today at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Glen Burnie.

Mr. Franks, 85, died of heart failure Oct. 20 at North Arundel Hospital.

A graduate of St. Joseph's Finishing School in Higate, London, and Polytechnical Institute of Music in London, he worked as first violinist with Annapolis Symphony Orchestra for more than 30 years.

He was an elder in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and taught music.

Other interests included making violins and playing several musical instruments.

He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Juanita R. Copeman Franks; two daughters, Therese N. Laetsch of Tucson, Ariz., and Mary M. Schneider of Edgewater, Fla.; 16 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Lung Association, 1301 York Road, Suite 705, Lutherville, Md., 21093.

Arrangements were made by Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.

GUY F. SCRIVENER JR. SECURITY GUARD, 69

Funeral services will take place for Millersville resident Guy Fredrick Scrivener Jr. at 11 a.m. Oct. 25 at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Scrivener, 69, died of heart failure Oct. 21 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

He worked as a security guard at BWI Airport and served in the Army during World War II.

Mr. Scrivener was a member of the Fraternal Order of Police Glen Burnie Lodge No. 213.

He is survived by his cousins, William and Betty Ireland of Perry Hall.

CHARLES E. TOPP RET. STAFF SERGEANT, 72

Funeral services took place for Severn resident Charles Edward Topp on Oct. 24 at Crownsville Cemetery Chapel.

Mr. Topp, 72, died of renal failure Oct. 20 at Bon Secours Hospital.

He retired as a Staff Sergeant from the U.S. Army after 30 years of service in 1972, serving in World War II and Vietnam.

Mr. Topp was a member of Disabled American Veterans Chapter 13.

He is survived by his wife, Helen Wines Topp of Severn; and two daughters, Dorothy Cole and Anne Duke, both of Chicago.

Arrangements were made by Kirkley Funeral Home.

NOTE: TEXT MISSING IN HARD COPY (FOR M.M. BRUMBAUGH, NURSE 77) BEGINING WITH "SEVERNA".

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