Helen L. Young
Helen L. Young, a retired teacher, died Aug. 15 of congestive heart failure. She was 92.
Mrs. Young was born in Baltimore and graduated from Western High School in 1917. She studied at the Bard Avon School, which was a finishing school in Baltimore, then attended the University of Chicago.
In the 1960s, she went back to school and graduated with a degree in elementary education at what was then known as Towson State College. Mrs. Young taught at various schools in the Baltimore area. She retired in 1968 after 10 years as a special education teacher at Glenmar Elementary School in eastern Baltimore County.
She was a lifetime member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She also volunteered at the YWCA International House on Patterson Park Ave. She taught English to foreign students and continued until it closed in the late 1980s.
Mrs. Young was an active member of the Second Presbyterian Church in Baltimore which she attended most of her life. Her husband, Alan S. Young, died in 1966.
She is survived by a daughter, Elaine Y. Chambers of Lake of the Woods, Va.; a son, Dr. Donald L. Young of Sausalito, Calif.; a brother, James W. Lewis of Baltimore; six grandchildren; and six great grandchildren.
A memorial service is scheduled at 1 p.m. Monday at the chapel of the Second Presbyterian Church, 4200 St. Paul St.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions be made to the Second Presbyterian Church, 4200 St. Paul St., 21218 or the Presbyterian Home of Maryland, 400 Georgia Court, Towson 21204.
Services for Ellin LaPedus will be held tomorrow at the Forest Lawn Memorial Garden in Pompano Beach, Fla.
Mrs. LaPedus, who suffered from Parkinson's disease, died Thursday at her home in Pompano Beach. She was 84.
Mrs. LaPedus was born in New York and moved to Baltimore after her marriage to L. H. LaPedus, a former vice president of Archway Ford. Until 10 years ago when the couple moved to Florida, they maintained homes in both Mount Washington and Pompano Beach.
In addition to her husband of 56 years, Mrs. LaPedus is survived by a daughter, Patti LaPedus of Pompano Beach, and two grandsons.
The family suggest contributions to the National Parkinson's Disease Foundation.
Dorothy B. Seabolt
Native of Baltimore
Services for Dorothy Baynard Seabolt, an avid gardener and former resident of Lutherville and of Baltimore's Guilford community, will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Dulaney Valley Home of Lemmon-Mitchell-Wiedefeld, 10 W. Padonia Road, Timonium.
Mrs. Seabolt, who was 80, died yesterday at her home in Towson. She had been diagnosed with multiple myelomas this month.
Born in Baltimore, the former Dorothy Estelle Baynard was a graduate of Eastern High School and attended the Strayer Business College before her marriage in 1936 to Martin W. Seabolt. Her husband, an attorney, died in 1968.
Mrs. Seabolt lived on Greenway in Guilford for 14 years, and for 17 years on Margate Road in Lutherville before moving to Towson two years ago.
She is survived by a daughter, Linda S. Robinson, and a son, Lee M. Seabolt, both of Lutherville; a brother, Howard W. Baynard Jr. of Perry Hall; a sister, Florence Finney of Cockeysville; and four grandchildren.
The family suggested memorial donations to Waverly Presbyterian Church, 34th Street and Old York Road, Baltimore 21218, where Mrs. Seabolt was a lifelong member.