J. Rosenborough


Bookkeeper, 35

October 04, 1991|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationhasn't been published about someone in your family who has passed away, please call Marc LeGoff at 761-1732 or 332-6211 or (800) 829-8000, Ext. 6211; you may also fax your information to us at 332-6677.

Services for Jody L. Rosenborough of Glen Burnie will take place at 8:30 p.m. today at Singleton Funeral Home.

Miss Rosenborough, 35, died Sept. 30 at home.

Born in Huntington, Penn., she graduated from Glen Burnie High School in 1974 and worked as a bookkeeper for United Plumbing. She was a member of Glen Burnie Baptist Church.

Miss Rosenborough is survived by two daughters, Sara Stephens and Katlyn Stephens, and a son, Bradley Stephens, all of Glen Burnie; her parents, Jerry G. and Elizabeth A. Rosenborough of Glen Burnie; grandparents, Caroline Rinker of Huntington and Mary Rosenborough of Mount Union, Penn.; three brothers, Terry Rosenborough and James Rosenborough of Randallstown, and John Rosenborough of Glen Burnie; and a sister, Jennifer Rosenborough ofCollege Park.



Services for Myrle B. Simmons of Glen Burnie are scheduled for 11 a.m. today at Kirkley Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Glen Haven Memorial Park.

Mrs. Simmons, 77, a homemaker, died Oct. 1 at North Arundel Hospital aftera lengthy illness.

The Arnold native was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Glen Burnie Volunteer Fire Department and the Glen Burnie Improvement Association.

Mrs. Simmons is survived by her husband, Alfred T. Simmons; a daughter, Sharon Lee Keller of Glen Burnie;a brother, William H. Langley of Glen Burnie; two grandchildren, a niece and a grandniece.



Services for George M. McVeigh Sr. of Severn were held Oct. 3 at Hardesty Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Arlington National Cemetery.

Mr. McVeigh, 73, died Sept. 29 at Kimbrough Army Community Hospital of heart failure.

The Ohio native retired in 1961 as a major after 22 years of service in the Army. He also worked as a commissary officer atFort Meade from 1962 to 1973.

Mr. McVeigh was a former president of the American Logistics Association, a member of the Glen Burnie Elks and American Legion Post 276, and was associated with local Cub and Boy Scouts troops.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Marion E. McVeigh.

Mr. McVeigh is survived by three sons, Air Force Col. George M. McVeigh Jr. of Woodbridge, Va., Gerald M. McVeigh of NewportNews, Va., and James M. McVeigh of Severn; and a daughter, Ellen Rogers of Severn.

Memorial donations may be sent to the American Heart Association, 415 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 21218.



Services for Stephen Michael Ingle of Churchton took place Oct. 3 at Faith Assembly of God in Lothian.

Mr. Ingle, 21, died Sept. 29 at Anne Arundel Medical Center of cardiac arrest.

The Annapolis native worked in the maintenance department of the West River Church Camp and was a member of the Faith Assembly of God.

Mr. Ingle is predeceased by his father, Calvin C. Ingle Jr.

Survivors include his mother, Linda M. Ingle; two sisters, Angela M.Ingle and Laurie N. Ingle, all of Churchton; and grandparents, Dianaand Bruce Branch of Chilhowie, Va., and Floyd M. and Mae Hicks of Culpepper, Va.



Services for Lucy Adeline Nocar of Glen Burnie were held Oct. 3 at the Church of St. Athanasius. Burial followed at Holy Cross Cemetery.

Mrs. Nocar, 78, died Sept. 30 at University Hospital.

The Maryland native retired from the Air Arm division of Westinghouse in 1974 after 15 years of service. She was a member of the Pasadena Democratic Club and the Church of St. Athanasius.

Mrs. Nocar was preceded in death by her husband, Albert J. Nocar.

Survivors include three daughters, Iris Black of Stuttgart, Germany, Marie M. Johnson of Baltimore and Lucille M. Branham of Kent Island; a son, Albert P. Nocar of Millersville; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.



Services for Jay S. Hall of Cape St. Claire took place Oct. 1 at Barranco and Sons Funeral Home in Severna Park.

Mr. Hall, 50, died Sept. 28 at Anne Arundel Medical Center of complications from a stroke.

The New York City native retired in 1985 as a research physicist at the Naval Surface Weapons Center in White Oak. Previously, he worked at the David Taylor Research and Development Center in Annapolis.

Mr. Hall graduated from the University of Delaware and studied at American University and the Naval War College. After his retirement, he became active in the Writer's Association of Anne Arundel Countyand was a co-founder of the Artists Flat in Cape St. Claire.

He is survived by his wife, Nancy Schafer Hall; a daughter, Rebecca L. Hall of Raleigh, N.C.; two sons, Eric S. Hall and Kenneth W. Hall, bothof Cape St. Claire; and two sisters, Patricia Melick of Medford, N.J., and Virginia Glaiber of Tampa, Fla.



A Mass of Christian burial for Armando Anthony Piccolino of Glen Burnie will take place at 10 a.m. today at St. Athanasius Catholic Church. Burial will follow at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville.

Mr. Piccolino, 66, died Oct. 1 at North Arundel Hospital after a brief illness.

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