Services for Emilie I. Steinberg of Glen Burnie took place Saturday at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mrs. Steinberg, 85, died Oct. 2 at Meridian Nursing Home in Severna Park after a two-year illness.
She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Morris H. Steinberg; two daughters, Elaine Kennedy of Mount Washington, and Ellen Cincottaof Severna Park; two sons, Allen Steinberg of Tampa, Fla., and WayneSteinberg of Perry Hall; a brother, Grahame Allison of Parkville; and five grandchildren.
H. JAMES HAISLIP
Services for H.James Haislip of Glen Burnie took place Friday at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mr. Haislip, 66, died Oct. 1 at North Arundel Hospital aftera lengthy illness.
Born in Pittsburgh, Mr. Haislip served in the Army during World War II and worked as a printer in the Government Printing Office for 45 years.
He was a member of the Boosters Club of American Legion Post 40, the Elks of Glen Burnie, the Moose Lodge of Glen Burnie, Ferndale Community Club and Glen Burnie Golf Association.
Mr. Haislip is survived by his wife of 46 years, Rosemary A. Haislip; two sons, Jim Haislip of Ferndale and Robert Haislip of Glen Burnie; two daughters, Barbara Kennedy of Glen Burnie and Karen Schamburg of Salisbury; a brother, M. David Haislip of West Virginia; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Donations may be made to the American Heart Association, 1816 Margaret Ave., Annapolis, Md. 21404-0607.
ERNEST A. SCHREIBER
Services for Ernest Albert Schreiber of Glen Burnie took place Oct. 2 at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Glen Haven Memorial Park.
Mr. Schreiber, 76,died at home Sept. 28 after a lengthy bout with cancer.
The Baltimore native retired in 1980 after 12 years of service as a maintenance mechanic with S. C. M. Corp. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was a member of the Randall Street Christian Church, VFWPost 160 and American Legion Post 40. He also was a lifetime member of the Marley Volunteer Fire Department.
Mr. Schreiber is survivedby his wife, Phrocine B. Schreiber; two sons, John E. Schreiber and Ronald E. Schreiber; a daughter, Patricia A. Schreiber, all of Glen Burnie; two brothers, Charles C. Schreiber and Harry H. Schreiber, both of Glen Burnie; a sister, Amelia Kalle of New Orleans; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
BALTIMORE NATIVE, 56
Services for Catherine A. Atkinson of Glen Burnie took place Saturday at the Singleton Funeral Home.
Ms. Atkinson, 56, died Sept. 29 at North Arundel Hospital.
Originally from Baltimore, she issurvived by her uncle, James Atkinson of Florida; and her brother, Charles Atkinson of Belair.
MELVIN L. CASSIDY
AIR FORCE SERGEANT, 58
Services will take place at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow for retired Air Force Staff Sergeant Melvin L. Cassidy Jr. of Edgewater, at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Galesville.
An American Legion memorial service will take place tonight at 7:30 p.m., at the funeral home.
Mr. Cassidy, 58, died Oct. 3 of cancer at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C.
He was originally from Massachusetts, and retired in 1963 after 13 years of military service as an airplane mechanic at Air Force bases in the United States.
Mr. Cassidy was a member of the Cummings Behlke American Legion Post 226 in Mayo.
He served asits commander in 1990 and occupied other posts within the organization.
Mr. Cassidy was also a member of La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8Chevaux, an honors society within the American Legion.
Other interests included fishing and boating.
He is survived by his wife; Kathy Cassidy, of home; his father, Melvin L. Cassidy Sr. of Edgewater;three sons, William Kenneth Cassidy of Dale City, Va., Chief Petty Officer Michael Cassidy, of Moffett Field, Calif., and Jeffrey Alan ofSpringfield, Va.; a daughter, Cathy Gibson of Springfield; a sister,Nancy Herr of Soldotna, Ala.; a brother, David Cassidy of Massachusetts; and three grandchildren.
Contributions may be made to the Veterans Memorial Fund, c/o the Thomas W. Anthony Chapter, Air Force Association, P.O. Box 8446, Temple Hills, 20748-8446.