Active in church
Services for Annie Sanders, who was active in Faith Baptist Church, will be held at noon today at the church, 833 N. Bond St.
Mrs. Sanders, who was 93, died Saturday at her West Baltimore home. She had a stroke nearly a year ago.
The former Anne Boylan was a native of the Raleigh, N.C., area and came to Baltimore in 1940 with her husband, Haywood Sanders, whomshe married in 1914. Mr. Sanders, who had been a farmer in North Carolina, died in 1962 after retiring from the Glenn L. Martin Co., now Martin Marietta Corp.
A member of Faith Baptist Church since 1944, Mrs. Boylan belonged to its Pastor's Aid, Flower Circle and Golden Agers.
She is survived by two daughters, Penny Lucille Rice, and Arcelia Cromer, both of Baltimore; a son, Randall Sanders of Elizabeth, N.J.; 19 grandchildren; 47 great-grandchildren; and 39 great-great-grandchildren.
Wilfred W. Wright
Services for Wilfred W. Wright, a retired accountant, will be held at noon today at the Lemmon-Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, 10 West Padonia Road in Timonium.
Mr. Wright, who was 68, died Sunday at a hospital in Lewes, Del., of complications from a stroke in 1978.
The Fenwick Island, Del., resident, formerly of Cockeysville, retired in 1978 after operating his own accounting company which specialized in work for automobile businesses.
Mr. Wright was born in Mount Airy and graduated from high school there before serving as a second lieutenant and bombardier in the Army Air Forces during World War II.
In 1952, he graduated from the University of Baltimore and became a certified public accountant.
Mr. Wright was a former treasurer of the Mount Washington United Methodist Church.
He is survived by his wife, the former Dorothy E. Eicholtz; a daughter, Sharma E. Wright of Laurel; a son, Wayne W. Wright of Baltimore; a stepson, Raymond Hooper of Baltimore; and his mother, Margie H. Wright, and a brother, Elton L. Wright, both of New Windsor.
Singer, hotel owner
A Mass of Christian burial for Michael Carosiello, a singer whoowned a hotel and other property in Baltimore, will be offered at 11 a.m. today at St. Kevin's Roman Catholic Church in Springfield, Pa.
Mr. Carosiello, who was 81, died Sunday at a nursing home in Springfield after an illness of six weeks. He had lived on West Preston Street at the Hotel Preston, which he owned for more than 40 years.
For a time, he also owned five other apartment houses or rooming houses in Baltimore.
A tenor, he sang with the Baltimore and Ohio Glee Club, church choirs and other groups. Born in Philadelphia, he was a graduate of Girard College and Drexel University. In Baltimore, he earned a master's degree at the Johns Hopkins University and studied voice at the Peabody Conservatory.
Trained as an engineer, he worked in Philadelphia and then for the Glenn L. Martin Co., now Martin Marietta Corp., before serving in the Navy during World War II.
He is survived by a brother, Nicholas Carosiello; two sisters, Angelina Flacco and Mary Giacco; and many nieces and nephews. All are of the Philadelphia area.