Service TechnicianServices for Joseph...


January 14, 1991

JOSEPH R. CAREY SR., Service Technician

Services for Joseph Roger Carey Sr. of Glen Burnie, a former maintenance technician for the Baltimore Association of Retarded Citizens, will take place at 10 a.m. today in the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel.

Mr. Carey, 62, died Jan. 10 at his home.

His interests included reading and his family.

Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Theresa Roth Carey, at home; his mother, Rose A. Fear of Pasadena; three daughters, JoAnn Watson of Brooklyn Park, Betty Taylor of Greenville, S.C., and Brenda Martin of Glen Burnie;five brothers, Francis Ruzicka and Albert Ruzicka, both of Pasadena,Albert Ruzicka of Towson, Robert Carey and Tyrone Carey, both of Baltimore; five grandchildren and one great-grandson.


A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated for Crownsville resident Lawrence A. Treger on Friday, Jan. 11, at St.Mary's Church in Annapolis.

Mr. Treger, 55, died of a brain tumorTuesday, Jan. 8, at home.

A longtime Rouse Co. vice president, Mr. Treger was group director for operating properties. In that job, heoversaw sales and marketing for a group of Rouse-owned shopping centers in the southwest and western part of the country.

He also displayed a commitment to community and charitable projects, sometimes combining them with his work. As chairman of several committees of the International Council of Shopping Centers, he established KIDS, a campaign for missing children, and a "Stop Cancer" fund-raising campaign.

Among Mr. Treger's innovations was the Bel Canto Opera Competition. The annual national competition, in conjunction with the Bel CantoFoundation of Chicago, awards scholarships to young opera singers tostudy in Italy.

Mr. Treger also organized hot-air balloon ascensions at several Rouse malls to raise money for the national Muscular Dystrophy Association, of which he served as a vice president.

Mr. Treger served as development director of the St. Mary's school building fund. His efforts helped to finance a new school annex.

He served in the Air Force during the 1950s.

Mr. Treger is survived by hiswife, Mary Tortorello Treger; a son, Lawrence E. Treger of Silver Spring; three daughters, Kathleen and Christine Treger, both of Phoenix, Ariz., and Susan Treger of San Antonio, Texas; his mother, Lee Conway of Bradenton, Fla.; and a sister, Marlene T. Pollock of Portland, Maine.

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