Services will take place for Odenton resident Clara Marie Lampkin at12:30 p.m. June 20 at Kirkley Funeral Home.
Mrs. Lampkin, 78, died June 16.
A resident for 25 years, she was employed as a cook at various restaurants.
Her other interests included bingo and horse racing.
Her husband, Walter Lampkin, preceded her in death.
She is survived by a daughter, Jean Guercio of Odenton; and four sisters, Lois Millner of Baltimore, Ellen Blair and Louise Jones, both of West Virginia, and Melda Edmonds of Virginia.
VIOLET M. DUFF
Services took place for Glen Burnie resident Violet M. Duff on June 13 at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mrs. Duff, 80, died June 10 at North Arundel Hospital.
She lived in Glen Burnie for 20 years and was employed as a seamstress for J & B Upholsterer and Ethan Allen for 20 years until her retirement in 1979.
Mrs. Duff enjoyed sewing and her family.
Her husband, Charles D. Duff, preceded her in death.
She is survived by a daughter, Evelyn Tippie of Glen Burnie; two brothers, Harry Kelley of Tennessee and Ray Kelley of Arkansas; three sisters, Norma Poythress of Wilson, N.C., Ester Opal of Kingwood, W.Va., and Ruby Taylor of Arkansas; four grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
VINCENT J. HARTMAN
Services took place June 10 for Pasadena resident Vincent J. Hartman at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mr. Hartman, 67, died June 7 at his home.
A resident of Pasadena for 37 years, he was employed as a printer and typesetter with Maurice-Lesser and the Government Printing Office for approximately 20 years. He had served in the U.S. Army during World War II and participated in the invasion of Normandy.
Mr. Hartman was a member of American Legion Post 276 and Disabled American Veterans.
He was an avid reader who enjoyed the study of the Civil War and woodworking.
Surviving are his wife, Patricia J. Sebree Hartman of Pasadena; a daughter, Christine A. Herrick of Severn; a brother, Henry Hartman of Lansdowne; and a sister, Dorothy Coady of Baltimore.
RICHARD J. MILLER
A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated for Glen Burnie resident Richard John Miller on June 19 at Church of the Crucifixion.
Mr. Miller, 59, died of cancer June 16 at his home.
A graduate of Baltimore City College, he was employed as an analyst with theNational Security Agency for 35 years until his retirement in 1986. He also served in the U.S. Army from 1952 to 1955.
Mr. Miller was a member of Church of the Crucifixion.
Other interests included metal detecting.
Surviving him are his wife, Gloria M. Miller; two daughters, Bonita M. Broadwater of Glen Burnie and Lisa A. Richardson of Lutherville; and a grandchild.
Arrangements are being made by Singleton Funeral Home.