Services took place for Pasadena and Glen Burnie resident Edith O. Clayton May 10 at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mrs. Clayton, 68, died May 7 at North Arundel Hospital.
An area resident for the last 36 years, she was a homemaker and member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Pasadena.
She enjoyed crocheting.
She is survived by her husband, Oliver Clayton; two sons, James A. Clayton and Oliver C. Clayton III, both of Glen Burnie; a daughter, Dawn L. Reyes of Glen Burnie; and five grandchildren.
JENNIE C. SCHYLASKE HOMEMAKER, 86
Services took place for Glen Burnie resident Jennie C. Schylaske May 11 at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mrs. Schylaske, 86, died May 8 at North Arundel Hospital.
A former resident of Pasadena, she was a homemaker and a member of the Golden Age Club of Pasadena, Magothy United Methodist Church and the Grace Circle Club.
Her other interests included baking and cooking, sewing and listening to church music.
Her husband, Ira L. Schylaske, preceded her in death.
She is survived by two daughters, Thelma Hartloveof Glen Burnie and Mary E. Garrison of Lakeland, Fla.; four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
LORETTE G. DUHAMEL HOMEMAKER,74
A mass of Christian burial for Lorette Gagne Duhamel of North Linthicum took place May 16 at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church.
Mrs. Duhamel, 74, died May 13 at the Harbor Hospital Center.
Originally from Berlin, N.H., she lived in North Linthicum for 28 years. Mrs. Duhamel had also worked for New England Bell in New Hampshire for 26 years.
She was a member of the St. Philip Neri congregation, theAmerican Association of Retired Persons and the Catholic Daughters organization.
Preceded in death by her husband, Paul R. Duhamel, Mrs. Duhamel is survived by a son, David P. Duhamel of Herndon, Va.; three daughters, M. Sue Dennis of Severn, Rita D. Ailstock and Paula D.Fisher of Smithsburg; a sister, Pauline Dignard of Berlin, N.H.; and10 grandchildren.
RAYMOND WEILAND SR. UPHOLSTERER, 58
Services for upholsterer Raymond L. Weiland Sr. of Ocean Pines will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Kirkley Funeral Home.
Mr. Weiland, 58, died Tuesday of a heart attack at Peninsula General Hospital in Salisbury.
Originally from Baltimore, he owned the Weiland's Upholstering company in Glen Burnie.
Mr. Weiland served in the Army during the Korean War.
His interests included fishing, crabbing, sports and carpentry.
Survivors include his wife, the former Lorraine E. Warfield of Ocean Pines; a son, Raymond L. Weiland Jr. of Lansdowne; two daughters, JoAnn L. Livingood of Michigan and Marianne M. White of Berlin; a sister, Arlene Johansen of Ocean City; two brothers, Elmar Keene of Severna Park and Carl Weiland Jr. of Pasadena; and eight grandchildren.