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March 03, 1991

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DATELINE: Catonsville

Nellie M. Geiselman, 88, a former Baltimore County resident, died Monday in Florida. She was the widow of Frank Geiselman. She is survived by a daughter, Nelva Grubb of Sykesville; son, Frank Jr. of Florida; sister, Doris Bernhardt of Baltimore County; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

DATELINE: Frizzelburg

Ethel J. Biscoe, 96, a former resident here, died Tuesday at the Golden Age Guest Home in Sykesville. Survivors include a sister-in-law, Carrie Biscoe of Baltimore, anda niece, Gladys Sanner of Westminster.

DATELINE: Hampstead

Robert E. Reed Sr., 69, died Thursday at R Adams Cowley Trauma Center in Baltimore. He was the husband of Ruthetta S. Reed. He was a retired farmer. In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, Robert E. Jr. of here; daughters B. Nancy Schaffer and Shirley D. Martin, both ofhere; sisters, Mable Peregoy, Luetta Cape, Edith M. Green and Betty Utz, all of here, and Mildred Rhoten of Westminster; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

DATELINE: Manchester

John T. Everhardt, 75, died Feb. 23 at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of the late Josephine Everhardt, who died in 1987. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he was a retired construction engineer. Survivors include daughters Yvonne Kuehnl of Baltimore County, Barbara Myers of Millers, Patricia Noffsinger of Washington and Sharon Schroeder of Montana; sister, Francine Turner of Baltimore County, 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

DATELINE: Taneytown

Martin J. Rodkey, 79, died Feb. 23 at Carroll County General Hospital. Hewas the husband of the late Helen G. Rodkey. A lifelong farmer, he also was a member of Emmanual United Church of Christ. Survivors include a brother, Paul of Union Bridge; sisters Grace Baker of here and Mary Viola Bowers, Ruth Bowers and Edith Green, all of Westminster.

DATELINE: Uniontown

Baby Tomarelli, the infant son of Richard F. Jr. and Kathleen M. Tomarelli, died Tuesday at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. In addition to his parents, survivors include maternal grandparents Wesley R. and Mary Marsh of Connecticut; paternal grandparents Richard F. Sr. and Patricia of Connecticut, and sisters Marie and Katie, both of here.

DATELINE: Westminster

Henry P. Hornung, 92, died Jan. 25 at Westminster Nursing Home. His wife, Regina A., 91, died Feb. 23 at Cherrywood Manor Nursing Home in Baltimore County. Mr. Hornung was retired from the Baltimore Transit Co. The couple's survivors include sons Henry P. and William A., both of Baltimore County, andfour grandchildren. The family requests memorials to the Kennedy Institute in Baltimore.

Elsie M. Grimes, 57, died at her home. She was the daughter of Mason Manley and Mildred W. Clagett of Baltimore County. She had worked as a secretary for White Pine Construction in Finksburg. In addition to her parents, survivors include sons Edwin W. III and Dan L., both of here and DeWayne of Sykesville; brother, Melvin Walker of Pennsylvania; sisters Doris Pague of Baltimore and Geraldine Ruth of Pennsylvania; stepbrother, Carroll Clagett of Frederick;stepsister, Linda Riley of Baltimore County, and two grandchildren. The family requests memorial donations to Zion United Methodist Church, 2716 Old Washington Road, where she was a member.

Emily V. Lindsay, 71, died Tuesday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was thewife of Francis A. Lindsay. Formerly employed by Kessler Shoe Factory, she also was a member of St. John's Catholic Church. In addition to her husband, survivors include a son, Francis E. of here; brother, Samuel E. Smelser of here, and two grandchildren.

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