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George E. Wagner, 64, died Tuesday at Baltimore County General Hospital. He was the husband of Hazel C. Wagner. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he had owned Wagner's Appliance Center here. In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, John Wagner of Westminster; brothers, Gerald Wagner of South Carolina and William Wagner of Finksburg; sisters, Pauline Miller of Baltimore and Bernice Lichtenegger of Baltimore County; and two grandsons.
Pearl M. Hart, 80, died Wednesday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of Lyman Hart. She was the mother of the late Robert E. Hart and John W. Hart. In addition to her husband, survivorsinclude sons, Arthur R. Garland of Tennessee and Ralph Garland of Pennsylvania; brothers, Ray Garland and Frank Garland, both of North Carolina; nine grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
R. Bruce Hundertmark, 61, a former resident here, died April 5 at St. Joseph Hospital in Baltimore County. He was the husband of Rosalie G. Hundertmark. A U.S. Air Force veteran of World War II, he had retired from the trucking business. In addition to his wife, a sister, Martha C.Balecki of Baltimore, survives.
Charles L. Bowman Jr., 20, was killed April 2 by a bomb blast in Iraq. A U.S. Army specialist, he was deployed to the Persian Gulf in December. He was the son of Charles L. Bowman Sr. and Sandra T. Bowman of here. He was a 1988 graduate of North Carroll High School. In addition to his parents, survivors include paternal grandparents, James Bowman III of Baltimore County and Evelyn Stonesifer of Florida; maternal grandparents, Edward Tracey of Westminster and Hilda Tracey of Baltimore; great-grandmother, Elsie Nicholes of Florida; brother, William E. Bowman, and sister, Laura Gartrell, both of here; and one niece. Services with full military honors were Friday.
Marianna Strine, 68, died Tuesday at the Levindale Geriatric Center in Baltimore. Survivors include sisters, Helen Reeseof Mount Pleasant, Ethel King of Sykesville, Rose Smith of Marston, and Dolly Dickensheets of here; and brother, Robert Strine of Florida.
David L. Woodworth Jr., 64, died Tuesday at his home. A Baltimore County resident, he was the husband of Lois A. Woodworth. He had retired from Westinghouse Corp. He was a member of Reisterstown United Methodist Church, where he sang in the choir. Active in the Boy Scouts, he was Scoutmaster with Troop 315. In addition to his wife, survivors include a daughter, Nancy J. Webb of Pennsylvania; sons David L. Woodworth III of Westminster, Kevin K. Woodworth and Jeffrey S. Woodworth, both of Baltimore County, and Kerry B. Woodworth of Hampstead; brothers, George M. Woodworth of Frederick, James A. Woodworth of Virginia, Charles W. Woodworth of Baltimore, Erwin P. Woodworth of Florida; sisters, Marguerite W. High and Darlene W. Pyle of West Virginia,and Louella W. Vess of Virginia.
John G. Cunningham Jr., 68, diedApril 5 at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Ida Mae Cunningham. He served in World War II as a U.S. Air Force pilotand was a member of the American Legion. A graduate of the University of Baltimore, he worked for Suburban Propane here. In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, Stephen C. Cunningham of Hampstead,and two grandsons.
Burley S. Luckett, 69, died April 3 at his home. He was the husband of Dorothy Naylor Luckett. A member of the Telephone Pioneers of America, he had retired from AT & T, where he was adistrict manager. A U.S. Navy veteran, he was a member of the Elks Lodge here and the Kiwanis Club of Reisterstown, Baltimore County. In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, Leonard S. Luckett of Georgia; brother, George R. Luckett of California; sisters, Ethel Williams of Finksburg, Frances Freeman of Frederick and Mary Trumpower of here; and two grandchildren.
W. Marshall White, 82, died April 4at Cherry Manor Nursing Home in Baltimore County. He was the husbandof Eleanor L. White. A farmer for most of his life, he also was a partner in White's Auto Supply here. He was a member of the Montgomery County and Carroll County farm bureaus. In addition to his wife, survivors include daughters, Maryanne W. Warne of Montgomery County and Barbara W. Belecanech of Sykesville; son, John C. White of here; sister, Estelle Norman of Pennsylvania; and seven grandchildren.
Maria C. Black, 65, died Wednesday at her home. She was the wife of CharlesO. Black Jr. She had retired from Gould Inc. here and was a member of the Meadow Branch Church of the Brethren. In addition to her husband, survivors include a daughter, Barbara M. Staub of New Windsor; brother, Jules Kurvers of the Netherlands; sisters, Bertha Kurvers and Jenny Tilmans, both of the Netherlands; and two grandchildren. The family requests memorial donations to the Carroll Hospice, 30 Carroll St.