Erika Ann GloverStudent, volunteerServices for Erika Ann...


March 28, 1991

Erika Ann Glover

Student, volunteer

Services for Erika Ann Glover, a student at the New Community College of Baltimore and a volunteer worker, will be held at 7 p.m. today at the Friendship Baptist Church, 6000 Loch Raven Blvd.

Ms. Glover, who was 20 and a resident of the 2000 block of East Belvedere Avenue, died March 21 at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being injured in an automobile accident March 3 at Northern Parkway and Hillen Road.

Born in Baltimore, she was a 1988 graduate of Western High School. She attended Howard University and Morgan State University before enrolling at the community college.

She is survived by a daughter, Melanie Watt of Baltimore; her mother, Elona Logan of Baltimore; her father, Anthony O. Glover of Miami; two sisters, Tyese Rice of Baltimore and Cicely Glover of Atlanta; a brother, Xzavier Logan of Baltimore; a grandfather, Nash Rollins of Baltimore; and a grandmother, Mary Glover of Miami.

Services for Nancy Jane Myers, an emergency room nurse at a Washington hospital and a resident of Southern Maryland, will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Robert E. Wilhelm Funeral Home in Suitland.

Mrs. Myers, who was 56 and lived in St. Leonard, died Sunday of cancer at a hospice in Washington.

At the Greater Southeast Community Hospital, where she worked for 20 years, she was named Outstanding Employee of the Emergency Department in 1986 and Nurse of the Year in 1989. She also was an assistant head nurse of a medical and surgical unit at the hospital.

She was born Nancy Jane Snoich in McAdoo, Pa. Her marriage to John E. Myers ended in divorce.

Mrs. Myers is survived by a son, Matthew H. Myers of Kensington; two daughters, Glenda M. Myers of Waldorf and Laura J. Cairns of Palm Bay, Fla.; her father, Wash Snoich of Weatherly, Pa.; a brother, Robert Snoich of Beaverton, Ore.; and a grandson.

The family suggested contributions to the Handicapped and Retarded Citizens of Charles County in Waldorf.

Charles Reinhardt

Retired Sun pressman

Services for Charles G. Reinhardt, a retired pressman for The Baltimore Sun, will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Johnson Funeral Home, 8521 Loch Raven Blvd.

Mr. Reinhardt, who was 78, died Tuesday of heart failure at his home on Water Oak Road in Parkville.

Known by a boyhood nickname, "Cookie," he retired 13 years ago after working for nearly 50 years in the pressroom, where he was, for a time, a foreman.

Born in Baltimore but reared in Shipley, he was a graduate of Glen Burnie High School. During his student days, he made deliveries for his father's grocery store and one day pushed a man's car out of a snowdrift. The man turned out to be the superintendent of the pressroom.

During World War II, he served as an airplane mechanic in the Army Air Forces, and he later liked to repair automobiles as well as take photographs and work in his darkroom.

Mr. Reinhardt was a member of the Arnolia United Methodist Church.

He is survived by his wife, the former Laverne Dawkins; and a sister, Mildred Sporny of Newark, Del.

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