EARLEVILLE — Edgar L. Davis Sr., 66, died Thursday at Middle Ground Farm, his Cecil County home. He was the husband of Virginia Loller Davis. He was alife member of the Cecil Volunteer Fire Co. and the Cecil County Farm Bureau. In addition to his wife, survivors include daughters Grace D. Achuff of Elkton, Cecil County, Virginia Lee Plummer of here and K. Lisa Schwartzbeck of Union Bridge; two sons, Edgar L. Jr. and GlennL., both of here; sisters Marie Loller and Elizabeth Keefer of Elkton and Jane Gibson of Delaware; three brothers David P. Jr., Thomas C.and Lambert W., all of Cecil County, and seven grandchildren.
Kathleen E. Heagy, 69, a former resident here died June 18 at Abingdon Memorial Hospital in Pennsylvania. Survivors include her husband, Homer I. Heagy of Horsham, Pa.; son, David J. and daughter, Mary Ellen, both of Horsham; brother Carroll Doyle of West Virginia and James Doyle of Frederick.
Helen E. Thrasher, 79, died Wednesday at her Frederick County home. She was the wife of the late George E. Thrasher and the mother of the late Charles Burns. Shehad worked as a waitress at the Downtowner Restaurant here. Survivors include daughters Katie Petry of New Windsor, Betty L. Shankle of here and Marion Thomas of Kentucky; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Rosalie G. Johannissohn, 77, died Thursday at her home. She was the wife of the late Frank Johannissohn. A member of the Westminster Senior Citizens, she also was past president and member of the Eastern Star and the American Legion Auxiliary. Survivors include a son, Frank Jr. of Baltimore; sisters Georgia Castillo of Illinois and Vaysie Jordan of Texas; brothers Robert Giles of Illinois and E. C. Giles of North Carolina, and a devoted friend, John L. Schneider of here. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Eckhardt Funeral Chapel, Manchester.
Charles F. Lockner, 74, died Monday at Baltimore County General Hospital. He wasthe husband of Dorothy Shriner Lockner. A U.S. Army veteran of WorldWar II, fighting in the Battle of the Bulge, he earned a Purple Heart Medal. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans, the American Legion here and the 44th Combat Engineer Battalion Association. He retired from Cambridge Rubber Co. here. He was a life member of Grace United Church of Christ here. In addition to his wife, survivors include sisters Mildred Sayler of Texas and Pauline Dickinson of here.
Louis F. Wright Sr., 71, died Tuesday at his home. A retired mason and truck driver, he was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include sons Dennis of New Windsor, Lewis F. of Manchester, Ernest J. of here and Danny P. of Delaware; daughter, Patricia Gibbon of Delaware; brothers George of Florida, Thomas and Ronald, both of Baltimore; sisters Dolores Herman of New Windsor and Sue VanBlargan of Baltimore; 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.