John C. Morris Sr., 63, died Aug. 9 at Homewood Retirement...

Obituaries

August 18, 1991|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes.

HAMPSTEAD — John C. Morris Sr., 63, died Aug. 9 at Homewood Retirement Center inHanover, Pa. He was the husband of Alice Myers Morris. A repairman for Black and Decker Corp., he was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include a daughter, ClaudetteSullivan of Anne Arundel County; son, J. Carroll Morris Jr. of Manchester; sisters, Dona Belle Haar of Pennsylvania, Mazie Rohrbaugh and Dolly Myers, both of here; brothers, Dorsey Morris of here and Harry Morris of Westminster; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The family requests donations to Alzheimer's Association, 540 E. Belvedere Ave., Baltimore.

DATELINE: Linwood

Carrie Fair Abbott, 86, died Aug. 11 at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late Carroll L. Abbott. She is survived by two daughters, Ellen E. Abbott of Westminster and Virginia A. Mann of here; sister, Myrle Drechsler of New Windsor; brothers, Clarence Fair of Westminster, Marion Fair and Charles Fair, both of Baltimore County, and Elmer Fair of Hampstead; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services are at 11 a.m. today at the Eline Funeral Home, Hampstead. The family requests memorial donations to Emory United Methodist Church, 1600 Emory Road, Upperco, where she was a member.

DATELINE: Mount Airy

Nora J. Anderson, 98, died Monday at Howard County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late Charles W. Anderson. She is survived by daughters, Martha Buzuvis of Michigan, Rena Brown of Littlestown, Pa., and Minnie Livesay of Randallstown, Baltimore County; sons, Melvin Anderson of Hanover, Pa., Paul Anderson of Ellicott City, Howard County, and Monty Anderson of Woodbine; sister, Julia Hopkins of Tennessee; and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.

DATELINE: Staunton

Albert R.Crone, 82, a Virginia resident, died Aug. 9 at Waynesboro Community Hospital in Virginia. Twice married, he was the husband of the late Minnie Crone and is survived by his second wife, Anna Mae Crone. He was retired from Turf Valley Country Club in Baltimore County. In addition to his wife, survivors include daughters, Dorothy A. Carroll of Sykesville and Laura Mae Cavey of West Virginia; stepsons, Glen, Richard L. and James Riddle, all of here; brother, Robert Crone of West Virginia; sister, Stella Rutherford of Virginia; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

DATELINE: Taneytown

Willis Rogers, 66, died Wednesday in Camp Hill, Pa. He was the husband of Joan Ogden Rogers. In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, Ogden W. Rogers of Baltimore; daughters, Victoria M. Jung of McSherrystown, Pa., and Kathleen J. Martin of Anne Arundel County; and three grandsons.

Sheridan LeRoy Grimes, 69, died Aug. 10 at Hanover General Hospitalin Pennsylvania. He was the husband of Garnette Reever Grimes. A veteran of World War II, he served in the Pacific. In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, Duane Wiles of Pennsylvania; daughter, Christine Crum of Frederick County; sisters, Mary Fogle of Pennsylvania and Clarabelle West of Frederick County; brother, Kenneth Grimes ofFrederick County; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The family requests memorial donations to Trinity Lutheran Church, 38 W. Baltimore St., Taneytown, where he was a member.

DATELINE: Westminster

Beverly A. Patterson, 50, a former resident here, died Aug. 4 at her home in Tennessee. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Long of here, she was the wife of Wayne Patterson. She was a member of Erie Church of God. In addition to her husband and parents, survivors includea son, William Voltz Jr.; daughters, Teri V. Rose, Tami V. Crabtree and Zoe Ann V. Vineyard, all of Tennessee; sisters, Dixie Bixler of here and Joyce Lakatos of Florida; stepdaughters, Holly Powers and Whitney Patterson; and four grandchildren.

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