Princess Tanner

Obituaries

Dar Member, 76

August 23, 1991

A memorial service for Princess Cross Tanner of Severna Park will take place 7:30 p.m. today at the Barranco Funeral Home in Severna Park.

Mrs. Tanner, 76, died Aug. 20 at North Arundel Hospital of cardiac arrest.

The Virginia native lived locally for 34 years and was a charter member of the Anne Arundel Genealogical Society. She also belonged tothe Fort Severn Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution and the William H. Murray Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

Mrs. Tanner is survived by her husband, Charles A. Tanner Jr.; two sons, Charles A. Tanner III of Severna Park and William A. Tanner of Reston, Va.; a sister, Janie Cross Wathall of Evington, Va.; and three grandchildren.

Memorial donations can be made to the Patrick Henry Boys Plantation Inc., Route 2, Box 25,Brookneal, Va. 24528.

LUCILLE D. BAWSEL

GOVERNMENT CLERK, 69

Services for Lucille D. Bawsel of Glen Burnie will take place at 11 a.m.tomorrow at Shorter Funeral Home in Farmville, Va. Burial will follow the service at the Cumberland Church Cemetery.

Mrs. Bawsel, 69, died Aug. 20 at Harbor View Hospital.

The Virginia native lived locally for 35 years.

She retired in 1986 from her job as a clericalassistant for the Office of Civil Services in Fort Meade.

Mrs. Bawsel was preceded in death by her husband, Gordon D. Bawsel.

Survivors include a son, Randolph D. Bawsel of Pasadena; a daughter, Dawn M. Marcum of Baltimore; three brothers, John Daniel and Christopher Daniel, both of Danville, Va., and Robert A. Daniel of Farmville, Va.

ALBERT E. GEORGE

LAB WORKER, 80

Services for Albert E. George of Arnold took place Aug. 22 at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Annapolis.

Mr. George, 80, died Aug. 20 at Corsica Hill Nursing Home in Centreville.

Born in Washington, Mr. George lived locally all of his life and retired from the North Severn Experimental Station Meter Laboratory in 1964 after 22 years of service.

Mr. George was a member ofthe St. Martin's Lutheran Church in Annapolis and served in the U.S.Navy during World War II.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Holden George.

Survivors include two daughters, Katrina Spriggs of Arnold and Martha McCann of Rock Hall; three sisters, Mrs. Catherine Fitch, Mrs. Theodora Fitch and Mrs. Emily Rankin, all of Annapolis; and five grandchildren.

MARY SCHOONMAKER

HOMEMAKER

Services for Mary Tomanio Schoonmaker of Annapolis are scheduled for 10:45 a.m. today in the Crownsville Veterans Cemetery Chapel.

Mrs. Schoonmaker, 83, died Aug. 20 at the Annapolis Nursing and Convalescence Homeof cardiac arrest.

Born in Forchia, Italy, she moved to the Annapolis area in 1920 and also lived for brief periods in Virginia and California.

Mrs. Schoonmaker was employed at the Pentagon during the1950s and was a member of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Eugene V. Schoonmaker, a retired naval officer.

Survivors include a brother, Eugene J. Tomanio of Coral Gables, Fla.; four nieces and five nephews.

Memorial contributions may be made to:

The Alzheimer's Association, Baltimore/Central Maryland Chapter, 540 East Belvedere Ave., Suite 202, Baltimore, Md. 21212.

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