Harvey A. Stambaugh Jr., ran steel firm

April 15, 1991

Harvey A. Stambaugh Jr., president of a Baltimore steel fabricating firm, died Friday at his home in Ten Hills after a lengthy illness. He was 89.

Services for Mr. Stambaugh were being held today at the Witzke funeral establishment, 1630 Edmondson Ave.

Born in Baltimore, he was president of Harvey A. Stambaugh and Sons Inc., a business founded by his father on Key Highway in 1919.

After graduating from Baltimore public schools and the Maryland Institute, Mr. Stambaugh married Virginia Hoopes in 1922 and went to work for a tool and die company and then the family business. Mrs. Stambaugh died in 1984.

Mr. Stambaugh was a member of the Boumi Temple, a chief aide to the Potentate in 1967, a chief ambassador in 1974 and 1975 and a member of the Royal Order of Jesters, Baltimore Court, 82.

He is survived by his daughter, Phyllis H. Stambaugh of Baltimore.

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