Tammy L. Boswell


Nurse, 18

August 07, 1991

Memorial services for Tammy Lee Boswell of Glen Burnie are scheduledfor 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Annapolis. Burial will follow the service at Hillcrest Cemetery.

Ms. Boswell, 18, died Sunday at Washington Adventist Hospital in Takoma Park of cardiac arrest.

Born in Cheverly, Ms. Boswell was a 1988 graduate of Glen Burnie Senior High School and received her licensed practical nursing degreefrom North Arundel Vocational Technical Center in December 1989. Sheworked at North Arundel Hospital and Knollwood Manor Nursing Home inMillersville.

She is survived by her mother, Shannon L. Katsanes of Edgewater, and father, Frank T. Boswell Jr. of Butler, Ky.; a sister, Kathy Meyer of Vero Beach, Fla.; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. FrankT. Boswell Sr. of Fort Myers, Fla.; and a great-grandmother, Mrs. Pauline Hutchings of Fort Myers, Fla.



A memorial service for Margaret Rosalie King McNew of Millersville will take place 9 a.m. today at Singleton Funeral Home, followed by burial at Glen Haven Memorial Park.

Mrs. McNew, 85, formerly of Hanover, died Aug. 4 at North Arundel Hospital.

She is preceded in death by her late husband, William H. McNew.

Survivors include four sons, Joseph Meek of Washington, John Meek of Pasadena, William McNewof Baltimore, Joseph McNew of Oakland, Calif.; two daughters, Leona L. Drylie of Millersville, and Margaret A. Nemuras of Pasadena.



A memorial service for Caroline Anne Lincoln Mister of Glen Burnie are scheduled for 10 a.m. tomorrow at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Odenton.

Burial will follow theservice at Glen Haven Memorial Park.

Mrs. Mister, 79, died Aug. 5at North Arundel Hospital of cardiac arrest.

The Massachusetts native lived locally for 35 years.

Mrs. Mister is survived by her husband of 35 years, Herbert E. Mister; two daughters, Beverly A. Hansberger of Severn, and Donna A. Finchum of Pasadena; a brother, Alfred Lincoln of Brockton, Mass.; and one granddaughter.



Services for Cornelius Andrew Bailey of Glen Burnie are scheduled for 1 p.m. today at Singleton Funeral Home.

Burialwill follow the service at Meadowridge Memorial Park in Elkridge.

Mr. Bailey, 68, died Aug. 2 at Baltimore County General Hospital of cardiac arrest.

Born in Baltimore, he was the son of the late Piusand Marie Bailey and brother of the late Edward P. Bailey. A Baltimore native, he lived locally for 15 years and was a World War II Army veteran, taking part in the Normandy invasion.

Mr. Bailey was employed as a counselor for the Maryland House of Correction for 25 years.

He is survived by a sister-in-law, Louise O. Bailey of Bethany, Del.; a nephew, William C. Bailey of Abingdon; three great-nieces andtwo great-nephews.

Memorial donations can be sent to the SalesianMission, Box 30, New Rochelle, N.Y. 10802-0030.



Services for homemaker Lillian Elizabeth Schreiber Smouse of Glen Burnie will take place at 11 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home in Glen Burnie.

Mrs. Smouse, 63, died Saturday at North Arundel Hospital of a hemorrhage.

Originally from Baltimore, she was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star chapter 29 in Odenton. Her other interests included crocheting and camping.

Survivors include her husband, George W. Smouse, and a son, John N. Rauscher Jr.of Glen Burnie.



Services for Kathryn A. Warfield of Glen Burnie, a former buyer for the Brager Gutman retail store, took place Tuesday at the Singleton Funeral Home in Glen Burnie.

Mrs. Warfield, 73, died Friday at North Arundel Hospital of heart failure.

She graduated from Western High School in 1938 and retired from Brager Gutman in 1978 after a 39-year career.

Mrs. Warfield belonged to the Linthicum Patapsco Valley chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons. Her other interests included crossword puzzles and quiz shows.

She is survived by her husband, Edwin E. Warfield; a daughter, Anita L. Kulp of Linthicum; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.



A private memorial service was recently held for Howard Cornelius Jacobs of Glen Burnie. He was buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery.

Mr. Jacobs, 86, died Aug. 2.

He was employed at the William C. Robinson and Sons Oil Co. for 56 years and served as the company's president, general manager and chairman of the board.

Mr. Jacobs was active in the Masonic Order and a member of the Landmark Lodge for 50 years. He also belonged to the Scottish Rite, Boumi Temple, Scimiter Club, Honor Men's Club and Order of the Eastern Star, where he served as Worthy Grand Patron of Maryland in 1968-1969.

He was an ardent boater, commodore of the Margate Yacht Club, and a member of the Maryland Yacht Club, Chesapeake Commodore's Club and Boumi Yacht Club.

Mr. Jacobs is survived by his wife of 66 years, Mildred V. Jacobs; aniece, Mrs. Irene Brown, and a nephew Mr. Robert E. Hilterbrick.

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