FREDERICK — William Lee Anders, 52, of here, died July 27 at the Washington Hospital Center from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident on July 11. A member of the Woodsboro United Church of Christ and a member ofthe Central Maryland Antique Tractor Club, he was employed by the Mount Pleasant Grain Elevator for more than 30 years. He served in the U.S. Army with the 558th Signal Co. from October 1961 to October 1969. Son of Lillie Renner Anders of Emmitsburg, Frederick County, he is also survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Linda L. and John BabcoJr. of Adamstown, Frederick County; brother, Earl Anders Sr. of Keymar; stepmother, Ruth Anders of Frederick; stepbrothers, Charles Anders of New Oxford, Pa. and Michael Anders of Frederick, and stepsisters, Orpha Rice of Frederick and Jennifer Ridder of Davenport, Fla.
Laura Irene Chick Harvey, 89, formerly of here, died July 31 at Frederick Memorial Hospital. A member of Forest Grove United MethodistChurch, she taught Sunday School there in her younger years. After living in the Odd Fellows Home in Frederick since 1980, she moved to the Meridian Nursing Center in 1989. Survivors include her children and their spouses, Lloyd and Thelma Harvey Grubb of Beallsville, Montgomery County, Buddy and Evelyn Harvey Cockerill of Herndon, Va., John W. and Anne Harvey of Taneytown and Raymond M. of New Carrollton, Prince George's County; 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
Martha "Marie" Mullineaux, 66, died July 26 at Stella Maris Hospice in Towson, Baltimore County. Survivors include her daughter, Dixie M. Mullineaux; son, Thomas P. Mullineaux; sisters, Mable White and Anna Grimes; brother, Clay Winebarger and one grandson. Memorial contributions may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 8219 Town Center Drive, P.O. Box 308, White Marsh, Md. 21162 or The Emmarts United Methodist Church, 7110 Dogwood Road, Woodlawn, Md. 21207.
Emma Schafferman, 85, died Aug. 1 at the Sykesville Eldercare Center. The wife of the late George Schafferman, she is survived by her daughters, DeloresRose of Smithfield, Va. and Audrey Rose of here; sons, George and Eugene Schafferman of Baltimore, and David Schafferman of Western Maryland; sister, Lillian Matthews of Baltimore, and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Marylou L. Ford, 54, past president of the Gamber Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary, died Aug. 1 at Carroll County General Hospital. A former Sunday School teacher at Calvary United Methodist in Gamber, she was a partner in the family business,Ford's Video House and a school aide. The wife of Gerald T. Ford, she is also survived by her three daughters, Robin L. Ford of Hampstead, Kelly Ford Brill of Randallstown, Baltimore County and Julie A. Ford of here; son, Greg T. of here; brothers, David L. Lentzner of McSherrystown, Pa. and Steven N. Lentzner of Finksburg. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Johns Hopkins Hospital Oncology Department, 600 N. Wolfe St., Baltimore, Md. 21205 or the Linwood Cross Scholarship Fund c/o Reisterstown United Methodist Church, 246 Main St.,Reisterstown, Md. 21136.
Charlotte Hess Shorb, 72, died July 26 at her home. Memorial services were Thursday at Trinity Lutheran Church here with the Rev. Arthur L. Mentzer officiating.
David Forney Myerly, 71, a retired upholsterer of antiques, died July 30 at his home. A member of Trinity Lutheran Church here, he was also a member of the American Legion Hesson-Snider Post No. 120 ofhere. He is survived by his daughter, Bonnie Warehime of Frizzelburg; son, David Forney Myerly Jr. of Denville, N.J.; one granddaughter, and devoted friend Florence C. Nusbaum of here.
Wilbur Oscar Sherfey, 82, former owner of Sherfey's Service Station here, died July 26 at the Westminster Nursing and Convalescent Center after an extended illness. A member of St. Luke's (Winter's) Lutheran Church in New Windsor, he is survived by his sons, Dean E. of Ocean City, Worcester County, Wayne L. of Taneytown and Larry E. of Hanover, Pa.; sisters, Mildred Sies of West Palm Beach, Fla., Mary Barber and Geraldine Mirfin, both of here; brother, John M. of here; eightgrandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
James G. Norris Sr.,82, a retired expeditor and order-processor and Crown Cork & Seal Co. in Baltimore, died July 28 at Longview Nursing Home in Manchester. A part-time employee at the H. L. Mills Gas Station after his retirement, he was a member of the Westminster Moose Lodge. Survivors include his sons, James G. Jr. of Hampstead, M. John "Jack" of Owings Mills, Baltimore County and David L. of Douglasville, Pa.; sisters, Ester R. Crigger of here and Beatrice Chaney of Gambrills, Anne Arundel County; 26 grandchildren, and a number of great-grandchildren.
LottieC. Schweigart, 85, a member of the Carroll County General Hospital Ladies Auxiliary, died July 30 at Carroll County General Hospital after a brief illness. A member of St. Benjamin's (Krider's) Lutheran Church and Krider's Lutheran Women, she is survived by her foster daughter, Linda L. Rill of here; sisters, Beulha Bell of here and Berthia Brown of Hanover, Pa., and one foster granddaughter. Memorial contributions may be made to the Carroll County General Hospital OBGYN Equipment Fund, Memorial Avenue, Westminster, Md. 21157.