Percy Pumphrey


Block Layer, 61

July 07, 1991|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes.

Services took place for Glen Burnie resident Percy E. Pumphrey on July 5 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Pumphrey, 61, died on July 1 at North Arundel Hospital.

A lifetime resident of Glen Burnie, he was employed as a block layer with a construction company for 25 years until he retired in 1986.

Mr. Pumphrey was a member of Seventh Day Adventist Church in Glen Burnie.

He enjoyed gardening.

Surviving him are two sons, JoePumphrey of Glen Burnie and Terry Pumphrey of Sarasota, Fla.; a daughter, Sharon Tracey of Brooklyn; two brothers, Harold Pumphrey and Donald Pumphrey, both of Glen Burnie; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.



Services took place for Glen Burnie resident Helen Huskey Greenwald on July 6 at SingletonFuneral Home.

Mrs. Greenwald, 90, died on July 3 at her home.

A resident for 38 years, she was a homemaker and a former member of Burwood Senior Club.

Other interests included cooking, gardening and taking care of her family.

Her husband, John Greenwald, precededher in death.



Services were held for Glen Burnie resident Timothy Wayne Merrill on July 5 at Singleton Funeral Home.

Timothy, 1, died of congenital heart problems on July 1 at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

He is survived by his parents, Carl Wayne and Andrea Jo Solembrino Merrill of Glen Burnie; a brother, AnthonyJoseph Merrill of Glen Burnie; grandparents, Phillis and Joseph Solembrino of the Eastern Shore and Jean B. Suesse of Baltimore; and great-grandparents, William and Wilma J. Suesse Sr. of Florida.



Services took place for Hanover resident Eric H. Kerwath July 5 at the Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Kerwath, 77, diedJuly 2 at North Arundel Hospital.

A Hanover resident for 34 years, he was employed as an auto body repair foreman at Body and Fender Works for 45 years. He also served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Mr. Kerwath was a member of Wesley Grove United Methodist Church, Odenton Mason Lodge No. 209, Tall Cedars of Lebanon-Annapolis No. 126, Odenton Order of the Eastern Star No. 29, and Glen Burnie Loyal Order of Moose No. 1456.

He enjoyed playing with his grandchildren, dancing and fixing and remodeling things around the house.

Surviving him are his wife of 40 years, Margaret V. Donnelly Kerwath; a son, Eric G. Kerwath of Nassau, N.Y.; a daughter, Rita H. Kerwath of Baltimore; two brothers, Karl Kerwath of Glen Burnie and Conrad Kerwathof Atlanta, Georgia; and six grandchildren.



A funeral service was held privately for house painter Andrew S. Davis of Glen Burnie.

Mr. Davis, 31, died June 23 of cancer at his home.

Born in Baltimore and raised in Anne Arundel County, Mr.Davis graduated from Andover High School in 1978. He later attended Anne Arundel Community College in 1986.

Mr. Davis' interests included fishing, camping and gardening.

He is survived by his wife, Debra S. Davis, a son, Dennis Marsch, both of Glen Burnie; a brother, Daniel A. Davis Jr., also of Glen Burnie; a sister, Karen Davis of London, England; and his parents, Daniel A. Sr. and Anna M. Davis, both of Linthicum Heights.

Arrangements were by the Singleton Funeral Home.

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