Marian H. Quinn
A Mass of Christian burial for Marian H. Quinn, office manager at the U.S. provincial headquarters of the Trinitarians, will be offered at 10 a.m. today at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church, 6950 Dogwood Road, Woodlawn.
Mrs. Quinn, who was 60 and lived on Rolling Road in Woodlawn, died Wednesday at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center of a respiratory illness.
She had worked at the Pikesville headquarters of the order of priests and brothers since 1977.
A native of Middletown Springs, Vt., and a graduate of Becker Junior College in Worcester, Mass., the former Marian Hoadley came to the Baltimore area in 1961 when her husband, who is a disability examiner, began working at Social Security headquarters.
She was a former president of the Chadwick Improvement Association and a member of the Auxiliary of the Woodlawn Council of the Knights of Columbus and had been a member of the Parent Teacher Association at Chadwick Elementary School.
In addition to her husband, her survivors include three sons, Air Force Maj. William Quinn of McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., Timothy Quinn of Woodlawn and Daniel Quinn of Calgary, Alberta; three daughters, Shari Quinn of Long Island City, N.Y., and Kelli and Dawn Quinn, both of Woodlawn; a brother, Neal Hoadley of Bristol, Vt.; three sisters, Beverly Iannetti of Greenland, N.H., Gail Bissonette of Zephyrhill Springs, Fla., and Ann Wetmore of Altamont, N.Y.; and five grandchildren.
Worked at family orchard
A memorial service for Anna Moore, who handled the sale of apples and peaches at the family orchard on Joppa Road in Perry Hall for many years, will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the Camp Chapel United Methodist Church, 5000 East Joppa Road.
Mrs. Moore, who was 91 and lived on Joppa Road at Moore's Orchard, died Monday of heart failure at the Fallston General Hospital.
She had worked at the orchard with her husband, George B. Moore, who died in 1958, and later with a son, waiting on customers until last year.
As a young woman, the former Anna Norris taught at the Chase Elementary School and from 1956 until 1959 was postmaster at nearby White Marsh.
A native of Perry Hall, she was a graduate of Towson High School and earned a teaching certificate at what is now Towson State University.
At the Camp Chapel United Methodist Church, to which she belonged for over 70 years, she was a member of the Epworth League, the Ladies Aid Society and what is now the United Methodist Women.
She was also a member of the Perry Hall Homemakers Club.
Mrs. Moore is survived by a daughter, Anne B. Crue of Abingdon; two sons, George Fenby "Gus" Moore and John Rheese Moore, both of Perry Hall; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
The family suggested that memorial contributions could be made to the Cemetery Fund of the Camp Chapel United Methodist Church.
Shirley A. Conklin
Services for Shirley A. Conklin, who was active in church and community groups, will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Second English Lutheran Church, 5010 Briarclift Road.
Mrs. Conklin, who was 67, died early yesterday of a respiratory illness at her home on Oak Forest Avenue in Catonsville.
At the Second English Lutheran Church, she was the first president of the Women of the Church and was a member of the Church Council and headed its social ministry committee in 1971 when it started the Second Church Day Care Center.
Earlier, she had been active in local theater, appearing with the Vagabonds in the late 1940s and on a regular WMAR-TV program, "Your Family Doctor," in the early 1950s. In the mid 1950s, she started the Catonsville branch of the Children's Theater Association.
From 1977 until 1990, she had served as a docent at the Walters Art Gallery, and she had also been a member of the League of Women Voters.
The former Shirley Alt was a native of Baltimore and a graduate of the Catonsville High School in 1940 and of Goucher College in 1944. In 1977, she earned a master's degree at the Johns Hopkins University.
She was fond of travel and on her most recent trip, in May of 1989, visited Tiananmen Square in Beijing.
Her husband, C. Russell Conklin, is president of Power and Combustion, Inc.
In addition to her husband, her survivors include a son, George C. Conklin of Ellicott City; three daughters, Sherridan Conklin of Catonsville, Laurie Dixon of Ellicott City and Sarah St. Jean of Fort Belvoir, Va.; and four grandchildren. Services for Wilbert H. "Spud" Ring, an assistant vice president for manpower development of the Monumental Life Insurance Co., will be held at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Evans Funeral Chapel, 2325 York Road in Timonium.
Mr. Ring, who was 60, died Thursday after a heart attack in Tempe, Ariz., while on a business trip. He lived in Long Green.
During 35 years with Monumental, he won awards for his work, training employees through lectures, seminars and other programs.
The native of New Kensington, Pa., was reared in the Pittsburgh area and in Chicago.
He attended the University of Arizona in Tucson on a football scholarship before switching to Western Illinois University in Macomb, of which he was a graduate. He served in the Army during the Korean War.
He enjoyed fishing in the bay and hunting waterfowl and was skilled at fashioning Christmas presents from wood. He was the unofficial leader of a group of friends of his children known as The Gang and belonged to an informal social club of fellow employees, the Cruise Group.
Mr. Ring is survived by his wife, the former Barbara Beluscheck; a son, Larry P. Ring of Long Green; a daughter, Cyndy L. Howes of Keymar; his mother, Frances A. Ring of Bethel Park, Pa.; a sister, Sandra L. Coyne, also of Bethel Park; and two granddaughters.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Chesapeake Bay Trust, 60 West St., Annapolis.