Dr. Cenap S. DorkanArundel internistServices for Dr. Cenap...


April 04, 1991

Dr. Cenap S. Dorkan

Arundel internist

Services for Dr. Cenap S. Dorkan, a retired specialist in internal medicine and cardiology, will be held at 1:30 p.m. today at the Barranco and Sons Funeral Home, Ritchie Highway and Robinson Road, Severna Park.

Dr. Dorkan, who was 62 and lived in Chartwell, died Tuesday at the Meridian Nursing Center-Severna Park after a stroke.

He retired in 1982 after having practiced in Glen Burnie since 1966. A former president of the staff at North Arundel Hospital, he also had been a member of the staff at what is now the Harbor Hospital Center.

From 1961 until 1963, he was in charge of medical services at the Crownsville State Hospital.

Born in Istanbul, Turkey, he earned his medical degree from the University of Istanbul in 1955 and returned there to teach in 1964 and 1965.

He came to the United States in 1957, and worked as an intern and resident at a hospital in Minneapolis and as a resident at a Harrisburg, Pa., hospital.

He was a member of the Anne Arundel County Medical Society, the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, the American Medical Association, the American Society of Internal Medicine and the Southern Medical Association.

He is survived by his wife, the former Linda Watson, whom he married in 1964; a daughter, Jale Nuyan Dorkan; and a son, Murat Mehmet Dorkan. All are of Chartwell.

The family suggested contributions to the North Arundel Hospital Building Fund, the American Diabetes Association or the American Cancer Society.

Jerome J. Schmidt

Bethlehem foreman

A Mass of Christian burial for Jerome J. Schmidt, retired boiler shop foreman at the Bethlehem Steel Corp., Key Highway Shipyard, will be offered at 9 a.m. today at St. Anthony of Padua Church, 4414 Frankford Ave.

Mr. Schmidt, who was 69, died Tuesday of cancer at his home on La Salle Avenue.

Known as Mickey at work, he headed the boiler shop at the shipyard for the last 21 years of the 37 years he worked there.

After he retired in 1977, he was a consultant on marine boilers.

Mr. Schmidt was born in Baltimore, graduated from City College and studied at the old Maryland Institute on Market Place.

He served in the Army Corps of Engineers in Europe during World War II and was awarded the Purple Heart.

His wife, the former Barbara Bowman, died in 1985.

He is survived by a son, Jerome J. Schmidt Jr. of Bel Air; two daughters, Barbara A. Scheib of Stevensville and Patricia H. Liberatore of Severn; a brother, Joseph E. Schmidt of Middle River; two sisters, Edna Becker of Bel Air and Margaret Bell of Pylesville; and six grandchildren.

Charles Kilgour

Sun photoengraver

A Mass of Christian burial for Charles Kilgour, a photoengraver for The Baltimore Sun, will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Fatima Church, 6400 E. Pratt St.

Mr. Kilgour, who was 63 and lived on Scarsdale Road in Dundalk, died Tuesday after an apparent heart attack at work.

He worked for The Baltimore Sun for six years, after working for about 10 years at the Alco-Gravure plant in Glen Burnie and earlier in several commercial engraving shops.

He was a member for more than 40 years of what is now Local 582 of the Graphic Communications International Union.

A native of Baltimore, he served in the Navy during World War II.

He is survived by his wife of 40 years, the former Teresa Jakubiak; two daughters, Donna Vlachos of Fallston and Janet Wolserman of Dundalk; a son, Charles Michael Kilgour of Dundalk; and two grandchildren.

Roslyn G. Silbiger

Former boutique owner

Services for Roslyn G. Silbiger, who owned a boutique in Pikesville before moving to California, will be held at 4 p.m. today at Sol Levinson & Bros. funeral establishment, 6010 Reisterstown Road.

Mrs. Silbiger, who was 46 and had lived in Escondido, Calif., since 1987, died of cancer Tuesday at her home.

For 15 years before her move, she owned and operated Mar-C Ltd., a Pikesville boutique that dealt in women's shoes and accessories.

The former Roslyn G. Kirchman was a native of Baltimore who attended the Maryland Institute College of Art. In California, she was a supporter of holistic medicine.

She is survived by her husband, Clifford Silbiger, who is a lawyer; two daughters, Shannon and Courtney Silbiger, both of Escondido; and a brother, Harvey Kirchman of Pikesville.

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