Sue Rose CresswellAnne Arundel nurseA Mass of Christian...


September 30, 1991

Sue Rose Cresswell

Anne Arundel nurse

A Mass of Christian burial for Sue Rose Marchetti Cresswell, a nurse at the Anne Arundel Medical Center for the past 10 years, will be offered at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Annapolis.

Mrs. Cresswell, who was 49, died of cancer Friday at her Annapolis home.

A native of Queens, N.Y., Mrs. Cresswell was raised in Guam and Florida. She lived in New York City and Pasadena before moving to Annapolis in 1975.

Mrs. Cresswell was an accomplished sailer and participated with her husband in Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association events and in races sponsored by the Magothy River Sailing Association and the Annapolis Yacht Club.

She was also a member of the Windjammers of the Chesapeake and enjoyed biking, rafting and cross-stitching.

She is survived by her husband of 28 years, William A. Cresswell, and two sons, Kenneth and Michael Cresswell, all of Annapolis.

The family suggested that donations be made to the Anne

Arundel Community College scholarship fund for continuing nursing education that is being established in Mrs. Cresswell's memory.

Herbert M. Burk Sr.

Mechanic, sportsman

Services for Herbert M. Burk Sr., a retired auto mechanic, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Howard K. McComas III Funeral Home, 1317 Cokesbury Road in Abingdon.

Mr. Burk, 83, died of heart failure Thursday at his home in Bel Air.

The Sweet Air native of Sweet Air in Baltimore County was an employee of his father's sawmill as a young man. Later, he moved to the Hamilton neighborhood of Northeast Baltimore, where he worked as an auto mechanic for various car dealers until retiring in 1972.

He enjoyed boating and fishing, and was a member of the Baltimore Yacht Club and the Sue Island Power Squadron. When he retired, he moved to Potsnet, Del., to spend more time on the water. He moved to Bel Air in 1977 to be close to family members.

Mr. Burk's wife of 47 years, the former Mildred Huth, died in 1981.

Surviving are a daughter, M. Anne Atkins of Bel Air; a son, Herbert M. Burk Jr. of White Hall; four sisters, Hazel McMillen of Hagerstown, Eleanor Francies of Towson, Willye Price of Palm Harbor, Fla., and Evelyn Kirwan of Baltimore; and four grandchildren.

Daniel E. Feeney

Marketing representative

A Mass of Christian burial for Daniel E. Feeney, a former marketing representative for the Mid-Atlantic Food Dealers Association, will be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Pius X Roman Catholic Church, 6428 York Road.

Mr. Feeney died Thursday of cancer at his home on Gittings Avenue in Northeast Baltimore. He was 36.

The Baltimore native was a graduate of Loyola High School and Towson State University. He also attended the Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Feeney was a marketing representative for the food dealers association between 1987 and 1990. Before that, he worked as a district sales manager for Pepsi-Cola for three years and the Baltimore Sun for four years.

He enjoyed attending Loyola High School football games and was an avid Orioles fan. He also played in the Baltimore County Bureau of Recreation softball league for many years.

Mr. Feeney is survived by his wife of two years, the former Patricia M. Scott; his parents, Daniel N. Feeney and E. Celeste Feeney, and a brother, Stephen J. Feeney, all of Baltimore, and three sisters, Carole D. Richardson of Glenelg and Celeste A. Siwinski and M. Patricia Salamone of Rodgers Forge.

The family suggested that donations be made to Stella Maris Hospice.

Caroline D. Pugh

Hunt club employee

A Mass of Christian burial for Caroline Dougharty Pugh, a retired office manager for the Green Spring Valley Hunt Club, will offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in the 5500 block of York Road in Govans.

Mrs. Pugh died Saturday at Good Samaritan Hospital of respiratory failure. She was 68.

Born in Jasper, Texas, Mrs. Pugh had been a resident of the Northwood section of Baltimore for about 40 years. She served in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

Survivors include her husband of more than 45 years, John J. Pugh; a son, Joseph P. Pugh of Cedarcroft; a sister, Ola Adams of Jasper; a brother, Ansel Dougharty of Jasper; and a grandson.

Albert F. Migan Sr.

Owned Migan's cafe

A Mass of Christian burial for Albert F. Migan Sr., who owned Migan's Cafe on Liberty Road in Randallstown for 36 years, will be offered at 10:30 a.m. today at Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, 9531 Liberty Road, Randallstown.

Mr. Migan died of a stroke Thursday at his home in White Hall.

A native of Randallstown, Mr. Migan moved to Leesburg, Fla., after retiring in 1970. He and his wife, the former Rita B. Hobbs, moved back to the Baltimore area in March 1990.

He was a member of the Randallstown Lion's Club.

Surviving, in addition to his wife, are two daughters, Anne Marie Ramsburg of White Hall and Mary G. Keating of Lisbon; a son, Albert F. Migan Jr. of Fruitland Park, Fla.; a sister, Lillian Sanders of Marriottsville; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

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