Robert E. Mckean


Rigger, 43

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Services took place for Baltimore resident Robert Eigil McKean April15 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. McKean, 43, died in a work-related accident April 11 at University Hospital.

He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and later worked as a rigger for Cranes and Hoist.

His interests included making repairs, crabbing and fishing.

He is survived by a brother, Michael McKean of Pasadena; three sisters, Colleen Rostek and Sharon Buckmaster, both of Pasadena, and Patrice Eberman of Harford County; and four step-grandchildren.


A Mass ofChristian burial was celebrated for Glen Burnie resident Louis Arthur Kramer Sr. April 16 at Holy Trinity CatholicChurch.

Mr. Kramer, 67, died of cancer April 13 at his home.

A former resident of Howard County, he attended St. Mark's School and Mount St. Joseph High School.

Mr. Kramer was employed for 12 years by Koons Ford in the shipping and parts department until his retirement in January. Prior tothat, he worked as a salesman for Royal Dunloggin Dairy.

He is survived by his wife, Frankie L. Gaylord Kramer; a brother, John Kramer; two sisters, Margaret Kramer and Helen Kramer; and two granddaughters.

His son, Louis A. Kramer Jr. preceded him in death.


Services will take place for Glen Burnie resident Charles William Bosley Sr. at 11 a.m. April 19 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Bosley, 77, died April 16 at North Arundel Hospital.

A Glen Burnie resident for 45 years, he worked for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. for 34 years until he retired as a supervisor in1976.

Mr. Bosley was a member of Masonic Lodge 213 in Glen Burnie.

Surviving him are his wife, Ethel Bosley; two sons, Charles Bosley Jr. of Severna Park and Donal Bosley of Glen Burnie; three daughters, Patricia Schreiber andCatherine Bosley, both of Glen Burnie, and Angela Clark of Pasadena; two sisters, Flora Jacobs of Millersville and Mildred Waggoner of Glen Burnie; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.


Services will take place for Glen Burnie resident Lori Ann Starlings at 11 a.m today at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Lori, 22 months, died April 15 at University Hospital.

She is survived by her parents, Sandra K. Shifflett and Larry V. Starlings Jr. of Glen Burnie; her grandparents, Edith and Larry V. Starlings Sr. and Mary and Vernon Shifflett; her great-grandparents, Agnes and Louis McWilliams and Charlotte Lowman; and her siblings, Allen Shifflett, Reginalen Shifflett, Brandy Starlings,and Larry Starlings III.


Privateservices took place for Millersville resident Alton Harris Simmons Jr.

Mr. Simmons, 48, died April 11 at University Hospital.

Surviving him is his brother, Harman Simmons of Millersville.


Services took place for former Pasadena resident John Calvin Pumphrey Sr. April 15 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Pumphrey, 65, died April 11 at Mary Washington Hospital.

His wife, Betty C. Crooke Pumphrey, preceded him in death.

He is survived by a son, John C. Pumphrey Jr. of Fredericksburg, Va.; a stepson, Kenneth Spangler of Colonial Beach, Va.; two daughters, Idella C. Westfall of King George, Va., and Diane J. Tate of Herndon, Va.; a brother, Cyrus Pumphrey of Pasadena; three sisters, Audrey Brown and Bernice Forsythe, both of Pasadena, and Eleanore Heine of Yulee, Fla.; and seven grandchildren.

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