Henry L. Harden


Electrician, 69

January 27, 1991

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Memorial services took place for Glen Burnie resident Henry Lee Harden on Thursday, Jan. 24, at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Harden, 69, died of cancer on Jan. 21 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

He retired as an electrician from Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. after 36 years and served in the Navy during World War II.

Other interests included bowling and golf.

His wife of 22 years, Margaret C. Harden, died before him.

He is survived by a son, Craig T. Harden of Glen Burnie; two brothers, Franklin Harden of Luray, Va., and James Harden of Macon, Ga.; and three sisters, Martha Little of Macon, Ga., and Virginia Carter of Zelwood, Fla., and Claudia Self of Macon, Ga.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, North Arundel United, P.O. Box 1347, Glen Burnie, Md. 21060.


Funeral services took place for Odenton resident Linda Marie Barnes on Friday, Jan. 25, at Severn Pentecostal Church.

Mrs. Barnes, 44, diedon Jan. 22 at Kimbrough Hospital.

The former Linda Marie Hagon worked as a custodian for county schools.

She was a member of SevernPentecostal Church.

Other interests included crocheting and houseplants. She taught Sunday School at one time.

She is survived by her husband of 27 years, Larry J. Barnes; her father, Thomas E. Hagonof Glen Burnie; two daughters, Glenda M. Barnes of Glen Burnie and Angeline Thompson of Hanover; a son, Keith A. Barnes of Glen Burnie; five brothers, Donald Asquith of Annapolis, Leslie Hagon of Glen Burnie, David Hagon of Glen Burnie, Richard Hagon of Baltimore and CharlesHagon of Millersville; and two sisters, JoAnn Gray of Baltimore and Nancy Hine of Bochita, Okla.


Funerals services took place for Glen Burnie resident Venetta C. Smith on Friday, Jan. 25, at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mrs. Smith, 70, diedon Jan. 23 at her home.

She was a homemaker whose interests included her grandchildren and knitting.

She is survived by her husbandof 49 years, David E. Smith; a son, David E. Smith Jr. of Pasadena; two daughters, Norma Martin of Woodlawn and Emily L. Brown of Jacksonville, N.C.; a brother, Lewis W. Greenslade of Barington, R.I.; and three grandchildren.


Funeral services will take place for Glen Burnie resident Carl William Surland Jr. at 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, at Singleton Funeral Home.

Carl, 7 months, died of liver failure on Jan. 23 at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

He is survived by his parents, Carl W. and Diana L. Trimmer Surland of Glen Burnie; his grandparents, Elizabeth and Royal Brumwell of Pasadena, Carl E. Surland of Severn and Joan and Kenneth Trimmer ofBaltimore Highlands; and two sisters, Jill and Jennifer Surland of Glen Burnie.

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