Raymond Gallagher


Engineer, 56

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A Mass of Christian burial took place for Arnold resident Raymond Elmer Gallagher June 10 at St. Andrew by the Bay Church in Cape St. Claire.

Mr. Gallagher, 56, died of heart failure June 6 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

An Arnold resident since 1987, he was an engineer with Defense Systems Concepts in Hanover.

He began his engineering career with Bell Laboratories in Buffalo, N.Y., and then worked for North American Aviation in Columbus, Ohio. Later, he was employed by Rockwell Corp. in Anaheim, Calif., and then by Hughes Aircraft in Fullerton, Calif. He worked for Could Inc. in El Monte, Calif., and was transferred to Gould Inc. in Glen Burnie in 1987.

Mr. Gallagher was a member of St. Andrew by the Bay Church.

Other interests included reading, crossword puzzles and computers.

He is survived by his wife of 26 years, Shirley A. Schaefer Gallagher; three sons, Patrick Gallagher of LaHabra, Calif., Dennis Gallagher of Arnold, and Martin Gallagher of Baltimore; and a sister, Elaine Gallagher of Chicago, Ill.

Memorialdonations may be made to the American Heart Association or St. Andrew by the Bay Building Fund IV, 1257 Hilltop Drive, Annapolis, Md. 21401.



Services will take place for Glen Burnie resident Anna L. Davis at 1 p.m. today at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mrs. Davis, 66, died of heart failure June 7 at North Arundel Hospital.

A resident for 33 years, she enjoyed gardening and movies.

She is survived by her husband, Howard H. Davis; three daughters,Patricia J. Walker of Baltimore Highlands, Alice E. Barvir of Pennsylvania, and Laura A. Reese of Texas; a son, Howard G. Davis of Glen Burnie; four sisters, Alice Parker and Beatrice Davis, both of Glen Burnie, Elizabeth Hudson of Florida, and Catherine Manion of Lansdowne;a brother, Robert McCracken of Linthicum; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.



Services will take place for Glen Burnie resident Margaret Ann Keeney at 10 a.m. today at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mrs. Keeney, 62, died of lung failure June 7 at St. Agnes Hospital.

A resident for 33 years, she worked as a saleswoman for Hauswald Bakery for 13 years.

She was a member of the Glen Burnie Women of the Moose and Peace Lutheran Church.

Her other interests included bowling and gardening.

She is survived by her husband, Dennis T. Keeney Sr.; three sons, Dennis T. Keeney Jr. of Arnold, Allen B. Keeney and Bryan C. Keeney, both of Glen Burnie; three daughters, Beverly A. Kantorski and Elizabeth A. Keeney, both of Glen Burnie, and Kimberly A. Stevens of Ellicott City; a sister, Hilda Abbot of Salisbury; four brothers, Benjamin F. Vetra Jr. of Pasadena, Thomas Vetra, Henry Vetra, and Robert Vetra, all of Salisbury; and six grandchildren.



Services will take place for Glen Burnie resident Frances Emerich at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mrs. Emerich, 64, died of heart failure June 8 at North Arundel Hospital.

A resident for 30 years, she was a member of Sam's Creek Church of the Brethren.

Her other interests included camping and doll collecting.

She is survived by her husband, C. Robert Emerich; six sons, John A. Badger of Glen Burnie, Robert D. Badger of Myersville, Daniel Emerich and Wilson L.Emerich, both of Glen Burnie, Robert L. Zerrlaut III of Lansdowne and George R. Durden of Catonsville; five daughters, Robyn J. Badger ofBrooklyn, H. Jane Badger of Brooklyn, Ann M. Johnston of Westminster, Frances L. Riddiough and Jesse W. Emerich, both of Glen Burnie; twosisters, Naomi Dickey of Eldersburg and Virginia McDonald of Accident; a brother, John Quick of Brooklyn; and 12 grandchildren.



Services took place for Pasadena residentCecelia E. Nemphos June 10 at Barranco and Sons Severna Park FuneralHome.

Mrs. Nemphos, 77, died of cancer June 8 at her home.

A resident for 36 years, she retired in 1972 as supervisor of filing forCommercial Credit Co. in Baltimore.

Her other interests included gardening.

She is survived by her husband of 48 years, Thomas E. Nemphos; a son, Howard Lee Brown of Pasadena; two sisters, Helen Brownof Brooklyn Park and Eva Stemmers of Linthicum; a brother, William T. Morre of Catonsville; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.



Prayers were offered forSevern resident Herbert C. Reynolds Sr. June 10 at Hardesty Funeral Home.

Mr. Reynolds, 66, died of lung cancer June 8 at North Arundel Hospital.

A resident since 1950, he was a retired baker. He served in the U.S. Air Force in World War II in Trinidad with the Pigeon Division and returned to West Palm Beach, Fla., at Morrison Field, where he was an airplane handler.

He enjoyed woodworking.

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