Services will take place for Pasadena resident Leonard William Miller at 10 a.m. Monday at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mr. Miller, 81, died of natural causes June 27 at home.
A Pasadena resident for most of his life, he was employed as a foreman with Vulcan Hart Manufacturing Co. for 46 years until he retired in 1975.
Mr. Miller was a member of Pasadena United Methodist Church, Glen Burnie Moose Lodge No. 1456, and a volunteer for Hopeful Wheels Bowling Club.
Other interests included watching baseball, fishing and camping.
His wife, Margaret L. Richardson Miller, predeceased him.
He is survived by a daughter, Doris Berg of Pasadena; two sons, Frederick L. and Ronald W. Miller, both of Glen Burnie; two brothers, Frederick of Annapolis and John of Pasadena; two sisters, Anna Sevy of Independence, Mo., and Margaret Stone of Salem, Va.; eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
RCA EMPLOYEE, 53
Services took place for Arnold resident Vance James Heeg on June 29 at Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.
Mr. Heeg, 53, died of cancer June 26 in Arnold.
A resident for 18 years, he was an employee of RCA Service Co.-G.E. Americom for 33 years. He alsoserved in the U.S. Air Force from 1955 to 1958.
Other interests included sailing, reading, carpentry and gardening.
He is survived by his wife of 26 years, Patricia E. Hoke Heeg; two sons, Vance Patrick Heeg of Ellicott City and Dathan Roy Heeg of Fort Meade; his father, Justin Heeg of Cincinnati, Ohio; three sisters, Sandra Krehl of Pennsylvania, Susan Lee of Bishop, Calif., and Eydie Tasch of Riverside, Calif.; and a brother, Leonard Heeg.
Services took place for Glen Burnie resident Elton L. Nichols on June 29 at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mr. Nichols, 70, died June 22 overseas.
A former Baltimore resident, he lived in Glen Burnie for 38 years.
Mr. Nichols was employed as an electrician and facilitiesspecialist with the U.S. Civil Service for more than 40 years until he retired in 1984. He also served in the U.S. Army during World War II.
Mr. Nichols was a member of Oriental Lodge 158 of Baltimore, the Order of Elks, the Order of the Moose, the American Legion and theVeterans of Foreign Wars.
He enjoyed reading.
Surviving him are his wife, Jeannette A. Wich Nichols; a son, Russell A. Nichols of Hanover; three daughters, Carol E. Nowak of Glen Burnie, Phyllis J. Zerrlaut of Glen Burnie, and Charlotte Miles of Bluefield, W.Va.; a sister, Constance M. Grosz of Stephens City, Va.; and six grandchildren.
Services were held for Cape St. Claire resident Marcus William Maddox on June 29 at Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.
Mr. Maddox, 19, died of gunshot wounds June 26 in Churchton.
A 1989 graduate of Broadneck High School, he was employed as a landscaper for a local lawn and garden service.
Other interests included volleyball, building model cars, drawing and music.
He is survived by his parents, Billy E. and Monika Maddox ofCape St. Claire; two brothers, Andy Maddox and Quentin Maddox, both of Cape St. Claire; his great-grandfather, Arthur Plitz of Berlin, Germany; and an uncle, Michael Bratky of Berlin, Germany.
LEROY ROLAND PARKS
Services took place for Baltimore resident Leroy Roland Parks on June 28 at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mr. Parks, 64, died June 25 at Harbor Hospital Center.
He was employed as a clerk at A & P Grocery Store for 35 years until he retired in 1978. He alsoserved in the U.S. Navy during World War II.
Mr. Parks was a member of Ferndale United Methodist Church.
Other interests included putting clocks together.
His wife, Delores Parks, preceded him in death.
He is survived by two daughters, Patricia F. Layton of Brooklyn Park and Carol L. Higdon of Ferndale; a son, Michael L. Parks of Baltimore; three brothers, Frank Parks of Marion Center, Pa., Peck Parks of Baltimore, and Thomas Parks of the Eastern Shore; three sisters, Joan Platte, Shirley Leblanc and Nancy Fischer; and four grandchildren.
Memorial donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 2 Reservoir Circle, Suite 203, Baltimore, Md. 21208.