G. Marvin PoeSecurity officer, driverServices for G...

OBITUARIES

September 14, 1991

G. Marvin Poe

Security officer, driver

Services for G. Marvin Poe, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. policeman who also drove a Baltimore County school bus, will be held at noon today at the Eckhardt Funeral Chapel, 11605 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills.

Mr. Poe, who was 62, died of cancer Thursday at his home on Oakmere Road in Owings Mills.

He retired in 1982 after working at Sparrows Point for 30 years. He retired about two years ago as bus driver, which he been for 20 years.

A native of Reisterstown and a graduate of Franklin High School, he was a member of the Reisterstown United Methodist Church.

Mr. Poe was fond of talking on the citizens band radio and became known by the handle, The Reverend.

He is survived by his wife, the former Sandra Lee Turner; three sons, Thomas Poe of Finksburg, Jeff Rund of Glen Burnie and Michael Poe of Reisterstown; three daughters, Donna Gribble of Sparks, Terry Rund of Owings Mills and Wendy Poe of Reisterstown; a brother, Donald Poe of Lehigh Acres, Fla.; a sister, Ann Brose of Taneytown; and 10 grandchildren.

Helen J. O'Hara

Chief bank teller; traveler

A Mass of Christian burial for Helen J. O'Hara, retired head teller at the main office of the Maryland National Bank, will be offered at 9 a.m. today at the Roman Catholic Church of the Resurrection, Paulskirk Drive and Chatham Road in Ellicott City.

Mrs. O'Hara, who was 81 and lived on Clock Tower Lane in Columbia, died Wednesday at St. Agnes Hospital of a respiratory illness.

She retired in 1974 after working for Maryland National for more than 20 years.

Born in Baltimore, the former Helen Jahnigen was a graduate of Immaculate Conception school in the city.

Her husband, Edward O'Hara, an electrician, died in 1940 in Philadelphia.

Fond of travel, she took trips to Ireland, Europe and Hawaii and took many cruises, becoming a member of a group that dubbed itself the Cruisables.

She is survived by a brother, E. Homer Jahnigen of Ellicott City; and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews.

J. Raymond DePaulo

U.S. Commerce official

A Mass of Christian burial for J. Raymond DePaulo, a retired U.S. Department of Commerce official, will be offered at 10 a.m. today at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Co-Cathedral in Charleston, W.Va.

Mr. DePaulo, who was 76, died Thursday of cancer at a hospital in Charleston, where he lived.

The Ohio native lived in West Virginia for much of his life. He began working for the Department of Commerce in 1961, living in Washington and Bethesda while serving as deputy assistant secretary of commerce from 1977 until 1982. He retired in 1986 after a four-year assignment at the U.S. Embassy in Rome.

He is survived by his wife, the former Mary Catherine Wilson; two sons, Dr. J. Raymond DePaulo Jr. of Ruxton and William V. DePaulo of Washington; two daughters, Bettina Jordan and Becky Ross, both of Charleston; a brother, Augustine N. DePaulo of Denver; three sisters, Rose Robinson, Julia DioNisio and Elizabeth Pollack, all of Denver; and seven grandchildren.

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