MANCHESTER — Viola B. Fowble, 85, died Tuesday at the Long View Nursing Home. Shewas the wife of the late Irvin W. Fowble. Survivors include daughters, Joan Hanst and Betty Bixler, both of Baltimore County, Shirley Nash of Upperco, and Mary Lou Kazmerski of Anne Arundel County; son, Irvin W. Fowble Jr. of here, and Robert Fowble of Pennsylvania; brothers, Jesse Cullison of Pennsylvania, John Cullison and Henry Cullison, both of Upperco; sister, Naomi Ambrosius of Pennsylvania; 15 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
DATELINE: New Oxford
Edward W. Kegel Jr., 79, died Tuesday in North Carolina. A Pennsylvania resident, he was the husband of Gretchen Blaufuss Kegel. He owned and operated a television and radio business in Eldersburg for more than 30 years. In addition to his wife, survivors include a daughter, Joan K. Baltzell of Westminster; sons, Robert E. Kegel of Union Bridge and Edward W. Kegel III of Westminster; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
DATELINE: Owings Mills
Roslyn Wohlmuth Keene died Tuesday at her Baltimore County home. She was the daughter of Bryndell B. Wohlmuth and the late Otto Wohlmuth. She was the wife of Cyril Keene Jr. She had taught at Charles Carroll Elementary. In addition to her husband and mother, survivors include a daughter, Nancy Fishel of Baltimore; son, R. Laurence Keene of Boston; and three grandsons. The family requests memorials to the Northwest Unit of the American Cancer Society.
Alphonso V. Marzullo, 77, died Tuesday. A Baltimore County resident, he was the husband of Madeline Lenihan Marzullo. A retired teacher, he also was a draftsman at Martin Marietta Co. in Baltimore. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons, Michael P. Marzullo of Upperco and Gregory S. Marzullo of Nebraska; daughters, Eileen M. Deveaney of Hampstead and Susan M. Marzullo of Baltimore; brother, Dominic J. Marzullo of Baltimore County; sister, Marguerite McManus; and four grandchildren.
DATELINE: Silver Run
Herman H. Stremmel, 78, died April 20 at home. He was the husband of Effie Garvick Stremmel. A member of Black Rock Church of the Brethren, he had retired from the Littlestown Foundry. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons, Sterling Stremmel of Manchester, Maynard Stremmel of Pennsylvania and Roger Stremmel of Westminster; daughters, Phyllys Frock, Josephine Reed, Violet Pressel and Shirley Close, all of Pennsylvania and Rosalie Wentz of Hampstead; sister, Margie Trone of Pennsylvania.
DATELINE: Union Bridge
Catherine I. Crushong, 77, died Tuesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. She was the wife of the late L. Ralph Crushong. A member of the Linwood Brethren Church, she had retired from H. L. Hartz Clothing Co. here. Survivors include a son, T. Clinton Crushong of here; sister,Mildred I. Pittinger of Linwood; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
James G. Steger Jr., the 16-month-old son of Sandra B. and James G. Steger Sr., died Monday at Riley Childrens Hospital in Indiana. In addition to his parents, survivors include paternal grandparents, William Steger of Baltimore Countyand Laura Stain of Missouri, and maternal grandparents, Gastone and Lena L. Brisebois of New York.
Chester Jones, 78, died Tuesday at Frederick Memorial Hospital. He was the husband ofthe late Ruth B. Jones. He was a member of Freedom Lions Club and the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Montgomery County. Survivors include sisters, Connie Riston of Baltimore County and Rose Shilloh of New Jersey.