Betty L. Masenior Ran printing business

December 07, 1990

A Mass of Christian burial for Betty Llewellyn Masenior, a former personnel administrator who operated a Timonium printing business with her husband, will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Dominic's Roman Catholic Church, 5310 Harford Road.

Mrs. Masenior, who was 35 and pregnant with her first child, was found murdered early Tuesday at her business, the Print Shack, in the Yorkshire Shopping Center.

Born in Charlotte, N.C., the former Betty Llewellyn White moved with her family to Akron, Ohio, where she graduated from high school.

She later moved to Baltimore, and attended the University of Maryland Baltimore County majoring in personnel management. She worked as a personnel administrator for Parker Metal Decorating Co. and later as human resource officer for Waverly Press.

She and her husband of three years, Michael W. Masenior, lived in Hamilton.

Mrs. Masenior was a member of the Personnel Association of Greater Baltimore. She had been honored for her success in raising money for the American Red Cross and she also raised money for the United Way. She was a member of Sierra Club.

Surviving in addition to her husband are two stepchildren, Michelle and Jeremy Masenior of Baltimore; her mother, Betty White of Charlotte; three sisters, Claudia White of Baltimore, Margaret Hamad of Akron and Diane Kochheiser of Louisville, Ky.; a brother, William White of Akron; and her grandmother, Dorothy Freese of Charlotte.

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