Dorothy O. Graham
Park School teacher
A memorial service for Dorothy Ogle Graham, a retired teacher at the Park School, will be held at 2 p.m. Aug. 3 in the auditorium at Broadmead, 13801 York Road, Cockeysville.
Mrs. Graham, who was 79 and had lived at Broadmead about 10 years, died July 4 at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center after a long illness.
She retired about 15 years ago as a fifth-grade teacher at the Park School. She taught there for 40 years and briefly before that at what is now the Rosewood Center.
Born in Oxford, England, but reared in Catonsville, she was a graduate of the Roberts Beach School in Catonsville and of Swarthmore College. She earned a master's degree at Towson State University and did graduate work at the Johns Hopkins University.
In 1943 she married Leland Graham, who taught business law and history at the McDonogh School. Mr. Graham died in 1981.
From the 1940s until the 1970s, they owned and operated Camp Red Cloud, a fishing camp for boys in eastern Ontario, which Mr. Graham had started about 20 years earlier as part of a group of similarly named camps associated with McDonogh.
Mrs. Graham sang in the Catonsville Presbyterian Church choir for many years and had been a member of the boards of the League of Women Voters of Baltimore County, Baltimore Neighborhoods and the Baltimore County League for Human Rights.
After moving to Broadmead, she chaired the committee of residents that arranged educational and entertainment programs, and she worked on the monthly newspaper.
Surviving are two daughters, Jean Graham House of Lyons, N.Y., and Connie Graham of Williamston, Mich.; a brother, Malcolm Ogle of Palo Alto, Calif.; four grandsons and nine great-grandchildren.
The family suggested that memorial contributions could be made to the McKim Center or to the Residents Assistance Fund at Broadmead.
Anna E. Fowler
Mass of Christian burial for Anna E. Fowler, a retired secretary in the offices of Associated Catholic Charities, will be offered at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the chapel at Stella Maris Hospice.
Mrs. Fowler, who was 94, died Thursday after a long illness at Stella Maris Hospice, where she had lived for more than 10 years.
She retired in 1960 after working at Associated Catholic Charities since the death of her husband in 1947. Her husband, Dr. J. Carville Fowler, was a dentist.
Born in Baltimore, the former Anna E. Brennan was educated at St. Ann's School.
She is survived by a son, John C. Fowler of Stoneleigh and Rehoboth Beach, Del.; two granddaughters and a great-granddaughter.
Ellen G. Nicholson
Services for Ellen Gertrude Nicholson, a retired domestic worker, will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Sharp Street United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Nicholson, who was 73, died July 22 at her Baltimore home after a long illness.
Born in Royal Oak, she lived most of her life in Baltimore. She retired in 1974.
Mrs. Nicholson is survived by her husband, Lloyd Nicholson of Baltimore; four sons, Clifford Lee Fields of Virginia, Ronald Nicholson of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Levada Nicholson and Gary Nicholson, both of Baltimore; three daughters, Brenda Brown, Sarah Delva and Adrienne Reed, all of Baltimore; one brother, George Fields of Baltimore; two sisters, Sarah Thomas of Bellevue and Jessie Dawson of Baltimore; and 14 grandchildren.
Services for Edmond T. Koscianski, a bakery supervisor who recently moved to Perry Hall, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Eline Funeral Home, 11824 Reisterstown Road in Reisterstown.
Mr. Koscianski, who was 57, died Thursday at Franklin Square Hospital.
Born and raised in New Kensington, Pa., Mr. Koscianski enlisted in the Marine Corps after his high school graduation. After serving in the Korean War, he went to work for the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. bakery division in Baltimore.
He worked as a supervisor at A&P for 27 years, then went to work as a supervisor for Automatic Rolls Inc. of Baltimore.
Mr. Koscianski was a member of the Lions Club of Basye, Va., where he moved in 1989. He and his wife, the former Donna J. Moses, had just bought a house in Perry Hall.
He is also survived by two daughters, Jamie L. Winningham of Woodstock and Lisa M. Atwell of Perry Hall; two brothers, Charles Kolton of Pensacola, Fla., and Francis Koscianski of Pennsylvania; a sister, Anna Marie Shanko of Pennsylvania; and a grandson.
Calvin H. Dandy
Calvin H. Dandy, a retired medical laboratory technician and native of Baltimore, died of a heart attack Thursday at his home near Winter Garden, Fla.
Mr. Dandy, 77, had lived in Florida for 22 years.
He attended elementary and high schools in Baltimore before joining the Navy, in which he served about 20 years. He was a veteran of both World War II and the Korean War.
After the wars, he returned briefly to Baltimore, then traveled to Wyoming and Montana before settling in Pennsylvania.