Llewellyn Jones Jr.Episcopal deaconServices for the Rev...


May 12, 1991

Llewellyn Jones Jr.

Episcopal deacon

Services for the Rev. Llewellyn Edler Jones Jr., deacon at the Episcopal Church of the Nativity, will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the church at 419 Cedarcroft Road.

Mr. Jones died of cancer Friday at his home on York Road in Stoneleigh. He was 79.

Born in Govans on Aug. 11, 1911, he graduated from City College in 1933.

In 1938, he married Margaret Coleman. After she died in 1983, he married Margaret Newnham in 1985.

He went to work for the Noxell Corp. in the early 1960s and was a purchasing agent there when he retired in 1976.

He is survived by his second wife, Margaret Newnham Jones; a son, Llewellyn E. Jones III; a daughter, Judith E. Fischer; and a stepson, Weston A. Park, all of Baltimore. He is also survived by 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the Church of the Nativity.

J. Leonard Reinsch

Broadcasting executive

J. Leonard Reinsch, longtime Cox Broadcasting Corp. chairman who advised Winston S. Churchill on his "Iron Curtain" speech and John F. Kennedy in the 1960 televised presidential debates, died Thursday at Johns Hopkins Medical Center. He was 82.

Mr. Reinsch, a resident of Marietta, Ga., was Cox Broadcasting's chairman from 1939 until he retired in 1973.

Richard B. King

Worked for B & O

Services for Richard B. King, a retired manufacturing worker, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Hubbard Funeral Home at 4107 Wilkens Ave.

Mr. King, who was 72, died Friday of heart failure at St. Agnes Hospital.

He worked at the B & O Railroad at Sparrows Point for about 17 years before moving to Chicago, where he was employed by Ragem Manufacturing Co. in the traffic department. He retired in 1978 and returned to Baltimore in 1980.

Mr. King was born in Baltimore and attended Baltimore public schools.

He served during World War II in the U.S. Army 175th Infantry, 29th Division, in Australia and the South Pacific.

He was a member of the Howard Lodge No. 101 in Elkridge and Scottish Rite of Free Masonry, 32nd degree. He also belonged to the Shriners Boumi Temple of Baltimore, Boumi Temple Legion of Honor, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8097, and Howard County Memorial Post in Elkridge. He was a member of the Distillery Workers Retirees Club in Baltimore.

Mr. King is survived by his wife, Mary M. Hamrick King of Baltimore.

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