Gary Brittingham, slain in robbery try

October 31, 1990

Gary Lynn Brittingham, a former restaurant employee and warehouse worker, died Monday when he was shot during an attempted robbery in southwest Baltimore. He was 18 and lived on Hollins Ferry Road.

Services for Mr. Brittingham will be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Ebenezer A.M.E. Church, 20 W. Montgomery St.

A Baltimore native, he attended schools in the city, including Southwestern High School, and in Norfolk, Va. As a youth, he was a member of the Boy Scouts and Boys Club. He won athletic trophies at the Mount Winans Recreation Center.

He is survived by his parents, Gary Lynn Brittingham Sr. of Norfolk and Iris M. Brown of Baltimore; two brothers, Keith T. Brown and Bryan B. Brittingham, both of Baltimore; two sisters, Tiffany Brittingham and Dana Brittingham, both of Norfolk; his grandparents, Bernard and Helen Brown of Baltimore, Winifred Peters of Baltimore and Robinson J. Brittingham Sr. of Berlin; a great-grandmother, Lelia B. Robinson; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

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