Mark E. Good, 25, died Saturday at University Hospital in Baltimore.A Howard County resident, he was the son of Martin E. and Beverly Bowman Good of Ellicott City and the husband of Regina Stacy Good. A member of the U.S. Navy Reserves, he was employed as a machinist. In addition to his wife and parents, survivors include a son, Joshua M. Good; a sister, Tracy Fredericks of here; and a maternal grandmother, Mrs. Raymond Duvall of Winfield. Services are at 10 a.m. today at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Sykesville.
Gail R. Hunton, 48, died Thursday at her home. She was the daughter of Addison Welch of Baltimore County and the late Rosalie F. Welch. She was the wife of William H. Hunton. She previously was employed by Sears, Roebuck and Co. She was a member of the Hampstead Elementary and North Carroll High School PTAs and St. Mark's Lutheran Church here. In addition to her husband and father, survivors include a son, Duane A. Hunton of here; daughters, Leah D. Hunton and Victoria L. Hunton, both of here; and a sister, Shirlyn Clark of here.
Matthew L. Frock, 24, died Sunday. A Pennsylvania resident, he was theson of Jesse W. Frock and Janet Brumgard Frock, both of here. A graduate of Littlestown High School in Pennsylvania, he was employed by United Parcel Services. In addition to his parents, survivors include brothers, Jeffrey W. Frock, Jesse W. Frock, both of Pennsylvania, andJames M. Frock of Ohio; sisters, Diane M. Frock of here and Sharon L. Leese of Pennsylvania; maternal grandmother, Erma Brumgard of here;and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Frock of Westminster. Services are at 10 a.m. today at Little's Funeral Home, Littlestown, Pa. The family requests memorial donations to Jerusalem Lutheran Church, 1374 Bachman Valley Road, Westminster, where he was a member.
Theodore W. Myers, 93, a former resident here, died April 10. He was the husband of the late Emma Bankert Myers. A retired farmer, he was a member of St. Bartholomew's United Church of Christ in Hanover, Pa. Survivors include several nieces and nephews.
Bertha May Williams, 86, died Thursday at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. She was the wife of the late George T. Williams. Survivors include daughters Margie M. Purkey of here and Trudy Barbaria of Florida; a son, George T. Williams Jr. of Florida; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Milson C. Raver, 81, died Thursday at his farm, which straddles the border of Carroll and Baltimorecounties. He was the husband of Kathleen Moore Raver. The first executive secretary of the Maryland State Teachers Association, he presided over the organization's growth for 30 years. He taught geology andphysics at Western Maryland College and became its director of public relations. A member of Emory United Methodist Church in Upperco, healso was a major participant in the building of Carroll County General Hospital. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons M. Carroll Rever of New York City and James M. Rever of Allegany County; daughters Martha R. Carlson of New Hampshire and Anne Rever of New York; a brother, Robert F. Rever of Baltimore; and 10 grandchildren.
Viola B. Baker, 93, a former resident here, died Friday at H. Wilson Health Care Center in Montgomery County. She was the wife of the late Laban O. Baker. She had operated a grocery store here until 1978 and was a life member of Deer Park United Methodist Church, whereshe taught Sunday School. Survivors include a brother, William R. Logue of Baltimore County; sisters Mary Prudence Logue of Baltimore County and Eva K. Logue of Florida; and several nieces and nephews.
Donald F. Condon, 79, died Saturday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Helen I. Condon. Retired from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, he was a member of Watersville United Methodist Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include five stepchildren; a sister-in-law, Rose Grimm of Mount Airy; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services are at 11 a.m. today at Burrier Funeral Home, 1212 W. Old Liberty Road, Winfield.
Alberta M.Costley, 88, died Friday at Cherrywood Manor Nursing Home in Baltimore County. She was the wife of Raymond I. Costley. She was a member of Fairview United Methodist Church. In addition to her husband, survivors include sons Amos Costley and Aubrey Costley, both of Baltimore County, James Costley of here and Howard Costley and Leon Costley, both of Westminster; a daughter, Josephine Robinson of Frederick; a sister, Sophie Jason of Johnsville; 41 grandchildren; 50 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.