Kenneth W. Moffett

Obituaries

Army Engineer, 59

July 02, 1991

Services took place for Glen Burnie resident Kenneth W. Moffett on July 1 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Moffett, 59, died June 27 at Kimbrough Army Hospital.

A resident for 17 years, he was employed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for 10 years until his retirement in 1984. He also was inthe U.S. Navy for 20 years, serving in the Vietnam War.

Mr. Moffett was a member of American Legion Post in Brooklyn and Ferndale Community Club.

He enjoyed watching baseball.

Surviving him are hiswife of 37 years, Juanita Miller Moffett; a son, Bob Moffett of Navada, Calif.; a brother, Carroll Moffett of Ferndale; two sisters, RuthFeast of Grasonville and Dee Weldon of Westminster.

RONALD CRESWELL SR.

MEAT CUTTER, 73

Services will take place for former Glen Burnie resident Ronald L. Creswell Sr. at 1:30 p.m. today at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Creswell, 73, died of a heart attack June 28 in Richmond, Va.

A former resident of Glen Burnie, he had lived in PampanoBeach, Fla., for the past three years.

He was employed as a meat cutter with Giant Food in Southdale for 15 years until his retirementin 1981.

Other interests included driving and travel.

His first wife, Dorothy Creswell, preceded him in death.

He is survived byhis wife, Edna M. Creswell; two daughters, Shirley Horton of Pasadena and Pamela Ledford of Baltimore; a son, Ronald L. Creswell Jr.; twobrothers, Charles J. Creswell of Baltimore and Kenneth W. Creswell of Glen Burnie; a sister, Edna Mae Burger of Baltimore; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

MARY R. WOLFE

, 84

Serviceswill take place for Glen Burnie resident Mary R. Wolfe at 11 a.m. today at Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mrs. Wolfe, 84, died June 28 at Maryland Manor Nursing Home.

A resident of Glen Burnie for over 20 years, she was a homemaker.

Her husband, Roy W. Wolfe, preceded her indeath.

She is survived by two daughters, Jessie Spath of Owings Mills and Edna May Tippet of Glen Burnie; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

JOAN C. STOLL

VOLUNTEER, 65

Services will take place for Glen Burnie resident Joan Coe Stoll at 10 a.m. today at Harundale Presbyterian Church.

Mrs. Stoll, 65, died June 23 inColumbia.

A county resident for 43 years, she worked as a volunteer forAnne Arundel County Historical Browse and Buy Shoppe for 20 years.

She was a member of the Anne Arundel County Historical Society and the Presbyterian Church Women's Association.

Other interests included collecting historical memorabilia.

She is survived by her husband, Robert L. Stoll; two daughters, Robin Coe Stoll of Reisterstown and Rebecca Coe Stoll of Glen Burnie; and a sister, Margaret Coe Pumphrey of Ellicott City.

Her parents were the late Rev. M. Walker Coe and Anne Hammond Coe.

Memorial donations may be made to Harundale Presbyterian Church, 1020 Eastway, Glen Burnie, Md. 21061.

Arrangements are being made by Singleton Funeral Home.

ROSE MORGANELLI

BOOKKEEPER, 81

A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated for Annapolis resident Rose Morganelli on July 1 at St. Mary's Catholic Church inAnnapolis.

Mrs. Morganelli, 81, died of cancer June 28 at her home.

She retired in 1972 after 25 years as a bookkeeper with a pension fund company in New York City. She lived in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.,with her husband from 1972 to 1988 before moving to Annapolis.

Mrs. Morganelli was a member of St. Malachy Roman Catholic Church in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

She is survived by her husband, Roland Morganelli; two sons, Thomas D. Morganelli of Annapolis and Nicholas Morganelli of North Carolina; a sister, Elvira Hohnadel of California; and seven grandchildren.

BABARA I. POTT

GREENHOUSE WORKER, 59

Services will take place for Queenstown resident Barbara Irene Pott at 10 a.m.July 3 in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Annapolis.

Mrs. Pott, 59, died of cancer June 29 at her home.

She worked in a greenhouse on the Eastern Shore in the late 1980s. She also did volunteerwork in the Ladies Auxiliary at Anne Arundel Medical Center until a year and a half ago.

Mrs. Pott was a member of Evangelical Presbyterian Church. She was active in Gideons International and taught Sunday School.

She enjoyed crafts.

Surviving are her husband, EdwinL. Pott; her mother, Hilda M. Hatter of Baltimore; her stepfather, Earl J. Hatter of Baltimore; two daughters, Sharon L. Cook of Grasonville and Cynthia Joy Pott of Queenstown; two sons, Terry L. Pott of Lothian and Steven E. Pott of Stevensville; a sister, Elizabeth F. Klages of Fallston; and six grandchildren.

Arrangements are being madeby Hardesty Funeral Home in Annapolis.

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