Andrew G. Zeiler Jr.Worked at clothing firmA Mass of...

OBITUARIES

April 24, 1991

Andrew G. Zeiler Jr.

Worked at clothing firm

A Mass of Christian burial for Andrew G. Zeiler Jr., retired traffic manager for a clothing manufacturer, will be offered at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. Matthew's Roman Catholic Church, Loch Raven Boulevard and Woodbourne Avenue.

Mr. Zeiler, who was 60 and lived on Edlynne Road, died Monday of cancer at St. Joseph Hospital.

He retired at the end of last month after working for I. C. Isaacs & Co. since 1951. The company makes men's and women's slacks and sport clothes.

Born in Baltimore, he was a 1948 graduate of Loyola High School and attended Loyola College.

He served in the Air National Guard during the mid-1950s.

He is survived by his wife of 39 years, the former Ada Mae "Sally" Luckhardt; two sons, David G. Zeiler of Baltimore, a copy editor for the suburban editions of The Baltimore Sun, and Michael A. Zeiler of Lutherville; two daughters, Gail A. Leist of Perry Hall and Karen L. Zeiler of Baltimore; two sisters, Catherine Andreone of Towson and Mary Lou Imbrogulio of Arcadia, Calif.; and three grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society.

Services for William E. Dolle, a steam heating consultant, will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the LeRoy M. and Russell C. Witzke Funeral Home, 1630 Edmondson Ave., Catonsville.

Mr. Dolle, who was 70 and lived on Regent Park Road in Catonsville, died Sunday of cancer at St. Agnes Hospital.

He was a consultant to Guardian Mechanical Services, a contracting company, since retiring in 1983 as the company's mechanical superintendent. He had worked there since 1969.

Earlier, he owned William E. Dolle Plumbing and Heating Co., which he started in Catonsville in the 1950s.

Born in Baltimore and educated in public schools, he served in the Army Corps of Engineers in the Pacific during World War II.

He is survived by his wife, the former Willa D. Bryant; two sons, W. Laurence Dolle of Fullerton and Stuart L. Dolle of Baltimore; a stepson, Mark D. DiDomenico of Baltimore; a stepdaughter, Sharon Hayden of Dundalk; a sister, E. Ruth Russell of Catonsville; and six grandchildren.

Sister Mary Alice

Longtime teacher

A Mass of Christian burial for Sister Mary Alice O'Gallagher, O.S.F., who taught at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School and, earlier, at three other schools in the Baltimore area, will be offered at 7 p.m. today at Assisi House, the retirement home of the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, in Aston, Pa.

Sister Mary Alice, who was 55, died of cancer Sunday at Assisi House, where she had lived since late March.

Before joining the faculty at the Middle River school in 1988, she taught for four years at St. Elizabeth's School in East Baltimore.

From 1969 until 1977, she taught at Immaculate Conception School in Towson, and from 1977 until 1979, at St. Lawrence School in Woodlawn.

Born Shirley Theresa O'Gallagher in Philadelphia, she graduated from Hallahan High School there and from Villanova University.

She entered the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia in 1955 and taught at schools in Newark, Del., and in Warrington and Naples in Florida.

She is survived by two sisters who live in Florida.

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Robert E. Smith

General Motors clerk

A memorial Mass for Robert E. Smith, receiving clerk at the General Motors Corp. parts warehouse in Dorsey, will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Roman Catholic Shrine of the Little Flower, Belair Road and Brendan Avenue.

Mr. Smith, who was 60 and lived on Elmley Avenue, died Monday at Union Memorial Hospital of complications to cancer.

He worked for the automobile company for 18 years, starting at the Broening Highway plant.

A native of Baltimore and a graduate of the Polytechnic Institute, he took engineering courses at the Johns Hopkins University and served in the Navy during and after the Korean War.

He is survived by his wife, the former Florence Miyasaki; a son, Wayde A. Smith of Elkridge; a daughter, Michele N. Cooley of Dallas; a brother, Charles W. Smith of Dundalk; and a grandson.

The family suggested contributions to the Lost Cord Club at 510 Kent Road in Glen Burnie.

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