MANCHESTER — Sadie V. Detter, 89, died Saturday at Long View Nursing Home here. She was the wife of the late Maurice L. Detter. Survivors included a son, Gilbert Detter; one grandson and one great-grandson.
DATELINE: Mount Airy
William C. Grimm, 78, died Thursday at Frederick Memorial Hospital. A veteran of the U.S. Army, he was post commander of the Gold StarPost 191 of the American Legion. Survivors include daughters Carol Ann Wagner of here and Mary Ann Valentine of Virginia; son, William C.of Colorado; close friend, Doreatha Wagner of here; brother, Joseph of Baltimore County; sister, Lucille Berry of Sykesville, and six grandchildren.
Charles M. Schrider, 68, died Thursday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the son of Marguerite C. Schrider of Woodbine and the late Charles B. Schrider. He was the husband of Catherine E. Schrider. He had worked as a supervisor at Springfield Hospital Center. He also was a member of the Westminster Moose Lodge and the Carroll Mixed Bowling League. In addition to his wife and mother, survivors include daughters Judith Ann Starner of Baltimore County, Phyllis K. Eyler of Winfield, Cathy M. Martin of Manchester, Shelly Jean Schrider of Florida and Kaleen J. Randle of Montgomery County; brothers Ernest A. of Woodbine and Robert B. of Taylorsville; sisters MarianF. Haugh and Lois S. Magee, both of Woodbine, and four grandchildren.
DATELINE: Silver Run
Elizabeth H. Lawyer, 87, died Friday at herhome. She was the wife of the late Albert S. Lawyer. A graduate of Western Maryland College, she had retired from the Carroll County Board of Education. She had taught elementary and junior high school at Charles Carroll School. A member of St. Mary's Lutheran Church, she sang in the choir and taught adult Sunday school classes. Surviving are daughters Nancy L. Sengstacke of Florida and Eleanor L. Engelman ofCanada; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The family requests memorial donations to the church, Route 97 and Mayberry Road,Westminster.
Charles D. Eury, 70, died Thursday at Howard County General Hospital. He was the husband of MargaretR. Eury. A retired chief master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force, he had served in World War II and Korea. In addition to his wife, survivors include daughters Cheryl E. Williams and Diane T. Banner, both of Baltimore, Elaine E. Rabye of California, Beth E. Ackers of Anne Arundel County, Faye E. Vermillion of Queen Anne's County and Carol F. Tormollan of Illinois; sons, Douglas of Anne Arundel County and CharlesTormollan III of Baltimore; brothers George, Amos and Robert, all ofOhio; sister, Lenora Milton of Ohio, and seven grandchildren. The family requests memorials to Howard County Hospice, 10451 Twin Rivers Road, Wilde Lake Village Green, Columbia, Md. 21044.
Ruth B. Coates, 78, died Saturday at the Citizens Nursing Home in Frederick. She was the wife of the late Charles T. Coates. Survivors include a son, John L. Neill of Frederick and four grandchildren.
Milton E. Stockhausen, 63, died Thursday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was the son of Edward and Thelma W. Stockhausen and the husband of Jeane W. Stockhausen. A retired supervisor for C & P Telephone Co., he also was a member of the American Legion. In addition tohis wife and parents, survivors include sons Thomas M. and Edward J., both of Pennsylvania; sister, Norma Efford of here, and four grandchildren. The family requests memorial donations to St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 1375 N. Main St., Hampstead, where he was a member.
Paul L. Barnhart, 65, died Friday at Carroll CountyGeneral Hospital. He was the husband of Aileen B. Barnhart. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Retired from the C & P Telephone Co., he was a member of the Telephone Pioneers. In addition to his wife, survivors include daughters Paula L. Crispin of here and Karen B. Stoedter of Baltimore County; son, Stephen C. of Finksburg; brother, C. Robert of here; and two granddaughters.
Alice C. Frank, 71, died Saturday at Countryside Protective Care in Hampstead. She was the wife of Charles W. Frank Sr. Survivors include daughters VictoriaJenkins of here and Elizabeth Trageser of Baltimore; sons Gene G. Becker of Texas, Charles W. Jr. and Harold, both of Baltimore; 17 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
Hazel E. Rau, 78, died Thursday in Baltimore County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late William B. Rau Sr. Survivors include daughter, Joan D. Hertsch of here; son, William B. Jr. of Westminster, and a grandson.