Frank X. MayThrift officialA Mass of Christian burial for...


June 27, 1991

Frank X. May

Thrift official

A Mass of Christian burial for Frank X. May, retired director of special services for a savings and loan association, will be offered at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary of the Assumption, 5502 York Road, Govans.

Mr. May, who was 76 and lived on Pleasant Plains Road in Towson, died Tuesday of heart disease at St. Joseph Hospital.

He retired in 1981 after 15 years as head of purchasing and other support services for the Baltimore Federal Savings and Loan Association, which later became known as Baltimore Federal Financial.

For about six years before that, he managed Kreutzer's Religious Goods Store. Earlier he did administrative work for other Baltimore businesses.

Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of St. Mary School in Govans and, in 1933, of Mount St. Joseph High School. He served in the Navy during World War II.

Mr. May was a member of the Notre Dame Council of the Knights of Columbus.

He is survived by his wife of 50 years, the former Marjorie Haddaway; a son, John Gerard May of Arbutus; three sisters, Teresa Blake of Springfield, Pa., Sister Ruth Marie May, S.S.N.D., of Adamstown and Ruth Zellhofer of Towson; a brother, Dr. Robert E. May of Timonium; and two grandchildren.

Jacqueline Williams

Baltimore native

Services for Jacqueline Williams, who worked as a barmaid, will be held at 7:30 p.m. today at the Zion Apostolic Faith Church, 5501 Liberty Heights Ave.

Ms. Williams, who was 36, died Saturday after a heart attack at her home on Gwynns Falls Parkway.

A native of Baltimore and a graduate of Douglass High School, she had worked at several taverns.

She is survived by a son, Kendall Williams; two daughters, Kelly DTC and Alicia Williams; her father, Ralph Williams; five sisters, Cynthia, Roslyn, Marjorie, Phyllis and Donna Williams; four brothers, Marvin, Darnell, Alvin and Alvan Williams; and her grandparents, Benjamin and Marie Williams. All are of Baltimore.

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