Virginia Lee LillyAvid gardenerServices for Virginia Lee...


October 06, 1991

Virginia Lee Lilly

Avid gardener

Services for Virginia Lee Lilly, an avid gardener and founding member of the Stoney Run Garden Club in Roland Park, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at the Roland Park Presbyterian Church, Roland Avenue and Upland Road.

Mrs. Lilly, who lived on Castlewood Road in Roland Park, died of a stroke Thursday at Union Memorial Hospital. She was 83.

The native of Clarksburg, W.Va., was the daughter of Thomas and Estous Lee. Her father was one of the first Coca Cola bottlers in the country.

In the early 1930s, she married Austin Jenkins Lilly Jr. The couple raised two sons. Mr. Lilly died in 1967.

Mrs. Lilly was a volunteer at what is now called Keswick, the chronic-care home for the elderly in Roland Park, for more than three decades.

She was a member of the Baltimore Country Club and a deacon at the Roland Park Presbyterian Church.

She is survived by two sons, Austin J. Lilly of Key Largo, Fla., and Thomas L. Lilly of Salisbury; a sister, Estous Lee Davidson of Washington, Pa.; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Bruce E. Jump

Respiratory therapist

Services for Bruce E. Jump, a respiratory therapist in Westminster, will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Barton Funeral Home, 114 West Water Street, Centreville.

Mr. Jump, who was 39, died Thursday at his home on Bob-El Road in Westminster after coming down with a bad cold. The family said an autopsy would be performed to determine the cause of death.

Born in Chestertown, Mr. Jump grew up in Centreville and attended the public schools there. In 1971, he graduated from Queen Anne's County High School. He studied science at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and at Salisbury State University.

In the mid-1970s, he began working as an assistant respiratory therapist at Easton Memorial Hospital. He later worked at Dorchester Memorial Hospital in Cambridge before receiving his state license as a respiratory therapist in 1984.

Six months ago, he moved to Westminster to work for Carroll County General Hospital.

Mr. Jump enjoyed hunting, fishing and relaxing on his power boat. He is survived by two children from his former marriage to Peggy T. Jump, Brian and Stephanie Ann, both of Stevens City, Va.; two sisters, Patricia J. Anthony of Queenstown and Elizabeth J. Churn of Chester; and a brother, William Paul of


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