Bernice Hammond Champion golf player

November 08, 1990

A memorial service for Bernice M. Hammond, who had been active in golf groups, will be held at 4 p.m. today at the Ruck Towson Funeral Home, 1050 York Road in Towson.

Mrs. Hammond, who was 67 and lived on Kenilworth Park Drive in Towson, died Monday at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center of heart failure.

Born in Baltimore, the former Bernice M. Cullings was a graduate of the Roland Park Country School.

She belonged to the Women's Golf Association of Maryland and served as its president in the 1970s when she also won the Governor's Cup, the women's state championship, three times. In that same period, she won the women's 18-hole championship of the Country Club of Maryland once and was runner-up four times. She had also chaired the contest for the club.

Her husband, Paul W. Hammond, was a retired Southland Corp. executive. He died last year.

She is survived by a daughter, Florence H. Cooke of Coatesville, Pa.; a son, Paul Richard Hammond of Baltimore; a sister, Margaret Redding of Hampstead; a brother, Edward M. Cullings of Baltimore; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

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