Colby Mcfayden


Security Guard, 28

April 29, 1991

Services were held for Glen Burnie resident Colby A. McFayden April 28 at Glen Burnie Baptist Church.

Mr. McFayden, 28, died an accidental death while suffering a seizure at work March 15 at Baltimore Harbor. His body was recovered April 25.

A graduate of Andover Senior High School, he was employed as a security guard for the Light House Point Marina Center.

He was a member of the Glen Burnie Volunteer Fire Department and the Epilepsy Association of Anne Arundel County.

His other interests included ministering to people with physical and spiritual needs, working out, bike riding, coin collecting and Bible study.

He is survived by his parents, George and Janice McFayden of Glen Burnie; his grandfather, Omer H. Dinsmore of Severn; a brother, Brandon L. McFayden of Severna Park; and a sister, Charlene A. McFayden of Glen Burnie.


Services were held for Glen Burnie resident Karl John Hellmann April 26 at Church of the Crucifixion.

Mr. Hellmann, 70, died of cardiac arrest April 23 at North Arundel Hospital.

He was employed for 36 years at Westinghouse as a supervisor until he retired in 1984.

He also served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Mr. Hellmann was a member of Church of the Crucifixion.

Surviving him are his wife of 48 years, Madeline H. McClain Hellmann; a son, William K. Hellmann of Severna Park; four daughters, Margaret J.McBee of Severna Park, Susanne M. Haslup of Arnold, Kathleen J. Hemings and Patricia L. Bartlett, both of Pasadena; two sisters, Louise Kunkle of Irwin, Pa., and Virginia Kemerer of Columbus, Ohio; his mother, Margaret J. McCullough of Glen Burnie; and 14 grandchildren.


Services will take place for Glen Burnie resident Edna Ruth Foster Armstrong at 11 a.m. today at Hardesty Funeral Home in Annapolis.

Mrs. Armstrong, 73, died of cancer April 26 at her sister's home.

A licensed beautician, she worked with her daughter at Sandy's Beauty Shop in Glen Burnie.

Her interests included bowling, trips to Atlantic City and Las Vegas casinos, and horse races.

Her husband, Newton Howard Armstrong, died in 1976.

She is survived by two sons, Robert H. Armstrong of Chestertown and G. Larry Armstrong of Pasadena; three daughters, Linda Wall of Brooklyn Park, Edna Curran and Sandra J. Armstrong, both of Glen Burnie; a sister, Evelyn J. Woolford of Davidsonville; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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