Betty Ann Harrington, 60, died Sunday at her home. She was...


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ELDERSBURG — Betty Ann Harrington, 60, died Sunday at her home. She was the wife of John E. Harrington. She had been an illustrator for Westinghouse Corp. In addition to her husband, survivors include sons John Edward of Baltimore and William S. of Anne Arundel County, and brother, William Rattenburg of Baltimore County.

DATELINE: Mount Airy

Hattie R. Beverly, 83, died Saturday at Pleasant View Nursing Home here. No public visitation is planned. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Cemetery in Westminster.

Douglas E. Delph, 16, died March 27 at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore as a result of injuries sustained during an automobile accident. He was the son of David W. and Rozzetta Delph of here. He was astudent at South Carroll High School and a member of the Mount Airy Baptist Church. Additional survivors, all of here, include sisters Kate and Stephanie and brother, Dewayne; maternal grandmother, GertrudeSullivan; paternal grandparents Palmer and Ella Delph and paternal great-grandmother, Alice Delph.

DATELINE: Sykesville

William E. Trayer, 81, died Sunday at his home. He was the husband of the late Kathryn D. Trayer and the father of the late William E. Jr. A retired master plumber, he was a member of the Gold Eagle Hunting Club. Survivors include a son, Gary L. of here; sister, Ruth L. of Westminster, andfour grandchildren. Services are at 10:30 a.m. today at Haight Funeral Home here.

Lewis R. Roschen, 66, died March 27 at the Loch Raven Veteran's Hospital in Baltimore. He was the husband of Rita K. Roschen. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he was a member of the Maryland Gold Wings and the Disabled American Veterans. He owned and operated a television repair service for more than 45 years. In addition to his wife, survivors include daughters Deborah Sparrow and Pamela Thompson, both of Westminster; son, Lewis "Hank" Roschen of here, and four grandchildren.

DATELINE: Westminster

Jane A. Griffin, 73, died Monday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the daughter of Virgie K. Griffin of Manchester and the late William H. Griffin Jr. She had worked at the Historical Society of Carroll County. She also had owned and operated Jane's Gift Shop and Antique Store on Main Street. During World War II, she was a member of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. In addition to her mother, a number of cousins survive. Services are at 2 p.m. Thursday at Myers Funeral Home, 91 Willis St. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Espenedia Bowers, 86, died March 27 at Carroll County GeneralHospital. She was the wife of the late Melvin A. Bowers. A licensed practical nurse, she retired from Springfield State Hospital. Survivors include sisters Thelma Caler and Dorothy Swartz, both of Hanover, Pa.

Ellwood G. Shockley, 72, died Friday at Howard County General Hospital. He was the husband of Virginia W. Shockley. He had retired as a civil service employee at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. Inaddition to his wife, survivors include a daughter, Kay W. Martin ofBaltimore County; sisters Mildred Wainwright and Janice Shockley, both of Virginia, and Doris Staton of Florida, and two grandchildren.

DATELINE: Woodbine

Nettie V. Fleming, 88, died March 27 at the Sykesville Eldercare Center. She was the wife of the late Edward W. Fleming. She was a member of Morgan Chapel United Methodist here. Survivors include a son, Donald E. of Mount Airy; daughters Hilda F. Morris of Queen Anne's County, Arta F. Hawkins of Prince George's County and Doris D. Jaeger of Sykesville; sisters Masie Pickett of here; Russeline Haugh and Helen Haugh, both of Baltimore County; brothers Edwin Haugh of Sykesville and Ernest Haugh of here; 10 grandchildren and ninegreat-grandchildren.

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