Andrew Polzin


Longshoreman, 60

September 25, 1991|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes.

Services for Andrew L. Polzin of Glen Burnie will take place 9 a.m. Sept. 26 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Glen Haven Memorial Park.

Mr. Polzin, a 60-year-old native of Baltimore, died Sept. 22 at Peninsula General Hospital in Salisbury of naturalcauses.

Polzin, a graduate of the McDonogh School in Baltimore, lived in Glen Burnie for the last 40 years and had been employed by the International Long Shoreman's Association No. 953 for the last 38 years. Healso served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War from 1951 until 1953.

An avid golfer, Mr. Polzin was a member of the Holy Trinity Catholic Church, the Brooklyn Boosters, Mulligans Golf Club, Ocean Pines Golf Club and the Local ILA No. 953.

Mrs. Phipps is survived by his wife, Trudy, a daughter, Andrea Polzin of Baltimore; a son,Michael Polzin of Baltimore; a stepson, Richard Harvey of Ferndale; and one granddaughter.



Services for Charles H. Jackson Jr. of Glen Burnie took place Sept. 23at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel. Burial followed at the Maryland State Veterans Cemetery in Garrison Forest.

Mr. Jackson, 63, died Sept. 20 at Harbor Hospital of cancer.

The Baltimore native served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and was most recently employed as a guard for Wells Fargo. He was a member of the Moose Lodge ofGlen Burnie and Colonial Arms and Sporting Goods Hunting Club.

Mr. Jackson is survived by two sons, Charles Jackson III of Glen Burnie, and Lewis Jackson of Pikesville; a brother, Ralph Jackson of Glen Burnie; two sisters, Elaine Barr of Landsdowne, and Mary Lou Clemmans of Essex; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.



Services for Rex A. Snider Sr. of Elkridge took place Sept. 23 at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel. Burial followed atthe Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville.

Mr. Snider, 79, died Sept. 20 at Fort Howard Hospital after a short illness.

Born inAthens, W.Va., he served in the U.S. Army during World War II and retired in 1972 after 20 years of service as a master mechanic with A. D. Anderson Chevrolet. He was a member of the VFW Post 8097, AmericanLegion Post 276 and the DAV Chapter 213.

Mr. Snider is survived by his wife of 51 years, Dorotha Luht Snider; two sons, Charles I. Snider of Pasadena, and Rex A. Snider of Chester; two daughters, Linda M. Scriba of Severn, and Janis K. Hadley of Montgomery, Ala.; two brothers, Kenneth Snider of Princeton, W.Va., and Marion Snider of Florida; two sisters, Helen Hickman of Beckley, W.Va., and Opal Bolton of Princeton, W.Va.; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

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