Lola Mansberger Dundalk volunteer

January 05, 1991

Services for Lola Ellen Mansberger, a volunteer worker who belonged to fraternal groups, will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Bradley Ashton Funeral Home, 2135 Willow Spring Road, Dundalk.

Mrs. Mansberger, who was 92 and lived on Shipway in Dundalk, died of heart failure Tuesday at Church Hospital.

Former noble grand of the Helene Rebekah Lodge, of which she was a life member, she had been admitted to its Degree of Chivalry, and she organized groups that visited patients at nursing homes and at what is now the Francis Scott Key Medical Center.

A former senior regent of the Dundalk Lodge of the Ladies of the Moose, she was also a life member of the Henry Brecht Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star and of the Victory Court of the Order of the Amaranth.

She was also a member of St. Timothy's Lutheran Church.

The former Lola Ellen Brown was a native of Cheat Lake, W.Va., who came to Baltimore as a young woman when her husband, Harry W. Mansberger, became a roller at the Bethlehem Steel Corp. plant at Sparrows Point. Mr. Mansberger died in 1965.

She is survived by a son, Wilbert S. Mansberger of Towson; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.

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