Raymond Weiland Sr, Upholsterer, 58


May 19, 1991|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes.

Services for upholsterer Raymond L. Weiland Sr. of Ocean Pines took place May 18 at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Weiland, 58, died May 14 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 U.S. Army during the Korean War.

His interests included fishing, crabbing, sports, his work and carpentry.

Survivors include his mother, Madeline M. Weiland of Ocean Pines; his wife, the former Lorraine E. Warfield alsoof 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.

Arrangements were by the Kirkley Funeral Home.


Services for homemaker Edna L. Fisher of Hanover took place May 16 at the Singleton Funeral Home in Glen Burnie.

Mrs. Fisher, 87, died May 14 at St. Agnes Hospital.

Originally from Brooklyn, her interests included gardening.

Preceded in death by her husband, the late Clarence A. Fisher, Mrs. Fisher is survived by her daughter, Frieda Bealmear of Hanover; and five grandchildren.


Services for Paul K. Moody of Glen Burniewill take place at 10 a.m. May 20 at the Kirkley Funeral Home in Glen Burnie.

Mr. Moody, 79, died May 14 in an automobile accident in Anderson, S.C.

He was originally from Evergreen, Ala., and worked as a production expediter for the Westinghouse Corp. before he retired.

Mr. Moody belonged to the Glen Burnie United Methodist Church and the Westinghouse chorus.

His interests included the Order of the DeMolay, a youth group, Little League activities and sports in general.

Survivors include his wife, the former Mariette Blackwell of Glen Burnie; three sons, Paul K. Moody II of Arnold, Michael K. Moodyof Ferndale, and Richard D. Moody of Stevensville; two daughters, Donna L. Moody of West Palm Beach, Fla. and Louisa Gwynne of Arnold; three sisters, Mildred Higdon of Deltona, Fla., Ruth Dean and Beaner Pearl Ward, both of Alabama; a brother, William G. Moody, also of Alabama; and four grandchildren.


Services for Sharon Lynn "Shari" Jenkins of Crofton, formerly of Crownsville, took place May 18 at the Singleton Funeral Home in Glen Burnie.

Ms. Jenkins, 27, died May 15 at Prince Georges County Hospital after a long illness.

Born in Maryland, she attended Old Mill Senior High School, and she enjoyed the company of her family and friends.

Ms. Jenkins is survived by her father, Robert J. Jenkins of Crofton and her mother, Dale J. Carrill of Elkridge; and a brother, RobJenkins of Crofton.

Memorial contributions may be made to the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland, 2526 N. Charles St., Baltimore 21218; or to the American Diabetes Association, 1 Reservoir Circle, Suite 203, Baltimore 21208.


Services for Daniel R. Overholser of Odenton, a district manager for the Pepsi Co., will take place at 11 a.m. May 20 at the Brooklyn Church of God.

Mr. Overholser, 55, died May 16 at his home of a heart attack.

Originally from Alto, Ind., he worked for Pepsi for 30 years and was known as "Dan the Pepsi Man."

Mr. Overholser served in the U.S. Army between 1958 and 1961 at Fort Meade. He also belonged tothe Lansdowne Church of God, where he taught Sunday school, and was a prison minister at the Patuxent Institute for Men in Jessup.

Mr.Overholser's interests included his family, his work and his teaching.

He is survived by his wife of 29 years, the former Mary Salmon;a son, Michael C. Overholser; and two daughters, Mary E. Harrison and Valerie Lynn Overholser; all of Odenton; three brothers, Dave Overhofler of Tampa, Fla., Joe Overholser of Stockton, Calif., and WilliamOverholser of Silver Peak, Nev.; and seven sisters, Janette Overholser, Carolyn "Mickey" Wolf, Jane Rittenhouse, Marilyn Thompson, SharonOverholser, Linda Sullivan, Sondra Overholser and Myra Mayfield; allof Kokomo, Ind.

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