CHURCHVILLE — Thomas T. Dubel Sr., 49, died Wednesday. A Harford County resident, he was the son of Lewis T. Dubel of Washington County and the late Elsie M. Funkhouser. He was the husband of Bonnie Friese Dubel. An educator, he was the principal of C. Milton Wright High and had been assistant principal at Francis Scott Key and Westminster high schools. Hewas a member of the Bel Air Rotary and the Ruritan Club in Harford County and the Westminster Elks. In addition to his wife and father, survivors include a son, Thomas T. Dubel Jr. of here; sisters, Linda Ree and Brenda DeJohn, both of Pennsylvania; an aunt, Myrtle Teach of Washington County, and several nieces and nephews.
Taryn Marie Nolan, infant, died Monday at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. She was the daughter of Terrance and Diane Nolan.
Treva V. Therit Graf, 92, died Wednesday at Longview Nursing Home. She was the wife of the late William H. Graf and the late Paul E. Coopersmith. She was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church and the ManchesterSenior Citizens. Survivors include daughters, Mildred Heindel and Dorothy Yingling; a son, John W. Graf, all of here; seven grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. The family requests memorials to the church at 3184 Church St.
Pat H. Wamsley, 52, died Tuesday at Carroll County General Hospital after a brief illness. He was the husband of Sandra Lee Ahalt Wamsley. Retired from AT&T, he was a machinist. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons, Matthew, John and James Wamsley, all of here; daughters, Valerie Staub of Hanover, Pa., Vickie Spencer of Westminster, Cindy Benton of Baltimore and Diane Wamsley of here; sister, Thelma James of North Carolina; brothers, Harold and James Wamsley, both of Baltimore; and five grandchildren. The family requests memorial donations to Lazarus United Church of Christ, 5101 S. Church St., Lineboro, Md. 21088.
G. Richard Vaughn, 58, died Monday at University Hospital in Baltimore after a long illness.He was the husband of Mary Margaret Frazier Vaughn. A fuel coordinator for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., he was an Army veteran of the Korean War. He was on the board of trustees of Deer Park United Methodist Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons, Scott Vaughn of Westminster, Frank Hanes of Indiana and Edward Hanes of Florida; daughters, Melanie Johnson, Mary Trum and Julia Hanes, all of Florida; sisters, Anna Wolfkill and Shirley Stierhoff, both of here, and Marguerite Bosley of Owings Mills; and six grandchildren.
Remi R. Drouin, 28, died Sept. 21 at Johns Hopkins Hospital after a long illness. He was the son of Maurice and Therese Drouin of here. In addition to his parents, survivors include a sister, Rita Molz of Hanover, Pa.; two nieces and a nephew. The family requests memorial contributions to Johns Hopkins Research or to St. Joseph Church here.
Sylvia F. Parham, 56, died Tuesday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late Charles M. Parham. Survivors include daughters, Shirley Clement of Woodbine, Teresa D. Mathis of Mount Airy and Lisa L. Johnson of here; sons, Charles A. Deavers of Baltimore, Richard Parham of here and Glen R. Parham of Winfield; sisters, Violet Greer of Tennessee and Beulah Henry of Howard County; 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Herman H. Hinton, 76, died Monday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Towson.He was the husband of Louise Crown Hinton. A World War II veteran, he served in Europe. Prior to his retirement, he had been a carpenter and a member of the Carpenters Union. He was a charter member and deacon of Taneytown Baptist Church, which he helped to construct. He also was a member of the Isaac Walton League and the National Rifle Association. In addition to his wife, survivors include daughters, Maryann Simpson of Anne Arundel County, Kremelda Smith and Sharon L. Hinton, both of here; sons, James L. Hinton of Dover, Del., Richard W. Hinton and Jerry W. Mongold, both of here, and James Disney of Gaithersburg; six grandchildren and one great-grandson. The family requests memorials to the church building fund, 4120 Sells Mill Road, here.
Madeline L. Sprinkle, 88, died Friday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late Alver E. Sprinkle and the late George D. March Sr. She was the mother of the late George D. March Jr. A member of Westminster United Methodist Church, she also volunteered with the hospital auxiliary. Survivors include sons, Robert G. March of New Hampshire and Frederick A. March of Virginia; daughter-in-law, Norma March; stepchildren Kenneth and Edwin Sprinkle and Roberta Starner, all of here, Boyd Sprinkle and Norma Rubeor,both of Florida; six grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Memorial services are at 7 p.m. today at Pritts Funeral Home & Chapel, 412Washington Road.
Gregory P. Soine, 31, died Tuesday at his home. He was the son of Carl W. and Jane Shore Soine of here. Employed at Burger King here, he was a member of the First United Presbyterian Church and sang in the church choir. He also played in several musicals,including "September Song." In addition to his parents, survivors include sisters, Louise S. Davis of Detour and Suzanne S. Purdum of Virginia; brother, Carl D. Soine of Charles County; and five nieces and nephews. The family requests memorial contributions to the church at 65 Washington Road.