Theresa Culbertson Antiques dealer

January 19, 1991

Theresa Redmond Culbertson, who owned antique shops in Baltimore and later in Lewistown, Pa., died Sunday at a Lewistown hospital of complications to diabetes.

Services for Mrs. Culbertson, who was 75 and moved to Lewistown in 1960, were held Wednesday at St. Mark's Episcopal Church there.

She retired about two years ago, having entered the business in 1947 with a shop on Howard Street's Antique Row that she later moved to Liberty Heights Avenue near Gwynn Oak Junction.

The business, Theresa Redmond Antiques, specialized in glass, china and silver.

The former Theresa Mallione was born in East Hartford, Conn., and moved to the Baltimore area in 1939.

Her first marriage, to Leonard C. Redmond Jr., ended in divorce. Her second husband, Horace J. Culbertson, died in 1986.

She is survived by three sons, Leonard C. Redmond Jr. of Baltimore, Patrick M. Redmond of Rochester, N.H., and Michael B. Redmond of Lewistown; a daughter, Janet Gill of York, Pa.; three stepsons, William F. Culbertson of Port Orange, Fla., Frederick W. Culbertson of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Lawrence Culbertson of Harrisburg, Pa.; a sister, Angela Cox of St. Augustine, Fla.; and eight grandchildren.

nTC

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.