Richard R. Jackson
Paint store owner
Richard R. Jackson, an investor who owned a retail paint store he had started more than 40 years ago, died June 1 at his home in Towson after a short illness. He was 84.
About 20 years ago, Mr. Jackson stopped serving regularly as manager of the store, Jackson Paint Co., which was first located downtown and then in the Govans area. Earlier, he worked for the American Hammered Piston Ring Co.
Born in Laurel, Miss., he came to Baltimore as a child with his family and attended the Gilman School before his graduation from the Lawrenceville School and Yale University.
Mr. Jackson was a member of the Elkridge Club.
He is survived by two sons, Richard R. Jackson Jr. of Owings Millsand Christopher L. Jackson of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; two daughters, Roberta J. Farr of Baltimore and Patricia J. Jenkins of Ruxton; and five grandchildren.
Private services were held.
Services for Jacqueline Chapman, a nursing technician in the coronary-care unit at Sinai Hospital, will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at the March Funeral Home, 4300 Wabash Ave.
Mrs. Chapman, who was 61 and lived on Wellbridge Drive, died of pneumonia Wednesday at Sinai Hospital.
She had worked at the hospital for more than 20 years and earlier had been a bookkeeper for an office equipment company.
Born in Baltimore, the former Jacqueline Key was raised here and in Toledo, Ohio.
She is survived by a daughter, Army Master Sgt. Karen Chapman of Woodbridge, Va.; three sisters, Jean Beckett, Thelma Graham and Lena Tabb, all of Baltimore; two brothers, Leon Key and retired Army Col. Spencer Key, both of Baltimore; and many nieces and nephews.
Angelo F. Rocca
Men's clothing presser
A Mass of Christian burial for Angelo F. Rocca, a retired presser in men's clothing manufacturing plants, will be offered at 9 a.m. Monday at the Roman Catholic Shrine of the Little Flower, Belair Road and Brendan Avenue.
Mr. Rocca, who was 76, died Sunday after a heart attack at his home on Elmora Avenue.
He retired in 1978 after 35 years as a presser for the Cambridge Tailoring Co., then worked part time for about 10 years pressing pants for Jos. A. Bank Clothiers.
During World War II, the Baltimore native worked as a riveter at the Sparrows Point shipyard of the Bethlehem Steel Corp.
A sports fan and a golfer, he played at many public courses, particularly Clifton Park and Mount Pleasant.
His first wife, the former Elizabeth Slaysman, died in 1970.
He is survived by his wife, the former Rose Mazzie Shearer; a son, Frank Rocca of Chester, Pa.; a stepdaughter, Frances D'Adamo of Rosedale; two sisters, Josephine Hamet of Baltimore and Ellen Inners of Rosedale; and five grandchildren.
Former Mayo resident
Services for Geraldine Rinehart, a former resident of Anne Arundel County, will be held at 11 a.m. June 17 in the chapel at the Woodlawn Cemetery, 2130 Woodlawn Drive.
Mrs. Rinehart, who was 73 and moved from Mayo to Port Charlotte, Fla., in 1980, died of cancer Saturday at her Florida home.
A native of Harrisburg, Pa., who was raised in Baltimore, the former Geraldine James worked as a buyer for Hochschild's as a young woman.
She liked doing embroidery and listening to the music of big bands.
Her husband, retired Army Lt. Col. John Rinehart, died in 1986.
She is survived by a daughter, Sally Rinehart of Jupiter, Fla.; a son, James W. Rinehart of Mayo; and four grandchildren.