FINKSBURG — Susan C. Warner, 93, a retired fitter in the alteration room at Stewart's Department Store in Baltimore, died Saturday at the home of herniece, Mildred P. Hummel. Daughter of Ephrim Eli and Sally Margaret Weaver Warner, she was first employed at Julius Gutman's Department Store. The last of her immediate family, she was one of 14 children. Surviving are numerous nieces and nephews.
Hilda M. Jordon, 82, formerly of here, died Friday at Carroll County General Hospital in Westminster. A retired seamer from the Westminster Shoe Co., she was the wife of the late Earl W. Jordan. She was also the daughter of the late William S. and Elizabeth Streaker Creswell. A member of Calvary United Methodist Church, Finksburg, she attended the Church of the Brethren in Johnsville since she began residing in that area. She is survived by her sister-in-law, Millie L. Creswell and niece Lorraine G. Arnold, both of here.
Martha L. Garber, 83, formerly of here, died Thursday at BaltimoreCounty General Hospital in Randallstown. She was the daughter of thelate Bessie and Ira Otto. The wife of the late Carl Edward Garber and mother of the late Thomas E. Garber, she is survived by her daughters, Betty Freyman of Westminster, Virginia Battaglia and Patsy Frankton of here; sons, Carl O. of Woodbine, Charles I. of Central City, Iowa, James E. of Reisterstown, Baltimore County, and Robert L. of Westminster; sister, Grace Despeaux of Frederick; brothers, John Otto of Jacksonville, Fla. and Kenneth Otto of Reisterstown; 16 grandchildrenand five great-grandchildren.
Wellington F. Barto, 84, a retired vice president of the C & P Telephone Co., died Saturday at BaltimoreCounty General Hospital in Randallstown. He was the son of the late Frank and Mary Barto. The husband of Hortense Barto, he is also survived by his son, John W. of Pittsfield, N.H. and three grandchildren.
Garland M. Fleming, 89, a retired heavy equipment operator with Consolidated Engineering Co. of Baltimore, died Thursday at the Village Green Nursing Home, Gettysburg, Pa. after an illness of five years. He was the son of the late Morgan and Sarah Fleming. He was a member of the International Union of Operating EngineersLocal No. 37. The husband of Kathryn Gladhill Fleming, he is survived by his son, Paul M. of Ijamsville, Frederick County; Mona Phillips of Jacksonville Beach, Fla., and one grandson.
Evelyn Margaret Walkling Potter, 83, whose parents were formerly of here, died June 12 at St. Joseph's Hospital, Towson, Baltimore County after a long illness. She is survived by her husband, John C. of Baldwin, Baltimore County; nephew, Charles R. Walkling of Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, and cousin, Evelyn Melville of Parkville, Baltimore County. Memorial contributions may be sent to St. John's Lutheran Church, Sweetair Road, Phoenix, Md. 21131.
Ralph M. Young, 75, died June 12 at Carroll Lutheran Village Health Care Center. He was the husband of Helen Miller Young. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he had retired as a salesman for Wamplers Furniture Store. He was a volunteer for Meals on Wheels. In addition to his wife, survivors include a daughter, Joyce Y. Rhoads of Virginia; sons Daniel H. of here and Steven L. of Virginia; brother, Lloyd A. Young of Pennsylvania; sisters Goldie Burk of Finksburg and Elsie Meledin of Howard County; sixgrandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
Mary Ann Winemiller, 87, a retired employee of Maryland Cup Co., died Friday at Baltimore County General Hospital. The wife of the late Curvin Joseph "Jack" Winemiller, she is survived by her son, Clarence E. of White Marsh, Baltimore County; daughters, Mary C. Field of Newport Richey, Fla. and Josephine L. Esposito of here; brother, Charles Thompson of Stevenson, Baltimore County; sisters, Catherine Ford of Baltimore and Margaret Herring of Parkton, Baltimore County; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Ada Marie Zepp, 76, formerly of here, died Saturday at the Brethren Home in New Oxford, Pa. She attended Rose Hill High School in Virginia and belonged to the International Ladies GarmentWorkers Union. She was also a member of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in Pleasant Valley. Retired from the Westminster Knit Co., the New Oxford resident was the wife of Clifton Zepp. She is also survived byher son, Robert G. Zepp of Finksburg; daughters, Judy Wagner of hereand Faye Winemiller of Spring Grove, Pa.; brother, Harry Loftice of Baltimore; sisters, Ora Graham of New Windsor, Hazel Fritz of here and Joy Page of Portsmouth, Va.; seven grandchildren; one step-granddaughter, and one great-granddaughter.
George E. Ibex III, 16, died Sunday at Hanover (Pa.) General Hospital. A student at the Carroll County Educational Center, he was the son of George Edward Ibex Jr. and Laura Helen Stambaugh Ibex of Westminster. Other survivors include his sister, Virginia Mae Mulloy; paternal grandparents, Julia Mae and George E. Ibex Sr.; maternal grandfather, Jacob F. Stambaugh, and nephews David Anthony and Kevin Lee Mulloy, all of here. Services will be11 a.m. tomorrow at the Thomas D. Fletcher and Son Funeral Home. Thefamily will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Muscular DystrophyAssociation, 30 E. Padonia Road, Timonium, Md. 21093.