William M. Conner


Retired Fbi Agent

May 05, 1991

Services for William Madison Conner, a retired FBI special agent from Ellicott City, will be held 11 a.m. tomorrow at Lochearn Presbyterian Church.

The Rev. Joseph Crawford will officiate the service. Burial will follow at Druid Ridge Cemetery in Pikesville.

Mr. Conner, 74, died suddenly April 30 at Baltimore County General Hospital.

Born in Baltimore, Mr. Conner was the son of the late Estelle Loock Conner and Charles S. Conner Jr.

He and his wife of 52 years, Mary Johnston Conner, lived in Ellicott City for 18 years.

Mr. Conner was a graduate of Forest Park High School and earned his bachelor's degree in accounting from the Johns Hopkins University. He later earned a law degree from the University of Baltimore.

After 10 years with the FBI, Mr. Conner was employed as an auditor with the Exxon Corp. for 25 years.

He was a member of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, an avid golfer with the Diamond RidgeSenior Men's Golf Club, and an elder at Lochearn Presbyterian Church.

Mr. Conner is survived by his wife; two daughters, Elizabeth McGalin of Hempstead, Texas, and Lynn Tuttle-Cipnic of Corona, Calif.; abrother, Charles S. Conner III of Baltimore; and two grandchildren.

Memorial donations can be made to the Lochearn Presbyterian Church, 3800 Patterson Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21207; or to the Maryland Food Committee, 204 E 25th St., Baltimore, Md. 21218.


A Mass of Christian burial was held Friday atSt. Augustine Church in Elkridge for Richard A. Lewis of Glenelg, who died Tuesday.

Lewis, 33, was district manager of Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers in Bowie.

He died at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center at University Hospital in Baltimore of injuries suffered in a traffic accident in Annapolis.

Police say Lewis was driving west on Route 32 near Gambrills Road in Anne Arundel County about 11 p.m. Mondaywhen he apparently fell asleep at the wheel.

Police said his car drifted into the east lane, where it struck a construction barrier onthe shoulder.

Lewis was thrown from the car. His wife, Patricia, was following in a car behind him.

Burial was in Meadowridge Memorial Park in Elkridge.

Besides his wife, Lewis is survived by five children: Meagan, Stephanie, Lindsay, Brendan and Shawn; his parents,Shirley Lewis and Charles Victor Lewis Sr.; brothers Charles, Kerry,Kevin, and Dean; and grandmothers, Elizabeth R. Breeden and Helen Lewis.

The family requests that donations may be made to the Lewis Children's Trust Fund, in care of the Sandy Spring National Bank, Route 108, Clarksville, Md. 21029.

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