Dr. A.C.W. Montague
A memorial service for Dr. Andrew C. W. Montague, a retired gynecologist, will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St.
Dr. Montague, who was 58, died Saturday of heart failure at his home on Midvale Road.
Also an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Johns Hopkins medical school, he retired from practice in June.
He had been part of the team that developed the Rhogam drug treatment to prevent blood incompatibility reactions in Rh factor disease.
A fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, he was also a member of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and was a co-author of several textbooks and author of many published professional articles.
Andrew Colonna Walewski Montague was born in Warsaw, Poland, and reared in Geneva.
A 1953 graduate of the Johns Hopkins University, he was a 1958 graduate of its medical school.
He returned to Hopkins as a resident in obstetrics and gynecology at the hospital after serving as an intern at Bellevue Hospital in New York City.
From 1968 until 1974, he served in the Maryland National Guard, reaching the rank of major and commanding the 103rd Medical Battalion.
A subscriber to the Bachelors Cotillon, he was a member of the Elkridge Club and the Metropolitan Club in New York.
Dr. Montague was a former president of the National Capital Chapter of Safari Club International, a wildlife conservation organization, and his interest in the subject also led to membership in groups with similar aims, the Conseil International de la Chasse, the Explorers Club and the African Safari Club.
He is survived by his wife, the former Mary Ellen Kelley; a daughter, Elizabeth Montague Cochran of Baltimore; two sons, Gregory E. Montague of St. Mary's City and Albert A. Montague of Michigan; a twin brother, Dr. Albert Colonna Walewski Montague of Baltimore.
George Russell Sr.
Services for George L. Russell Sr., assistant chief clerk for the House of Representatives, will be held at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Long Reach Church of God, 6080 Foreland Garth, Columbia.
Mr. Russell, who was 67 and lived on South Mount Olivet Lane, died Saturday at Bon Secours Hospital after a heart attack.
He held the clerk's post for 18 years and earlier worked in Washington for the Government Printing Office and in Baltimore for the school system.
A native of the Concord, N.C., area, George Lewis Russell Sr. was a graduate of a high school in Landis, N.C., and of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, N.C. He was a member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity.
Mr. Russell served in the Navy during World War II.
His wife, the Rev. Helen D. Russell, the former Helen Durham, is pastor of the Ellicott City Church of God.
In addition to his wife, his survivors include a son, George L. Russell Jr. of Concord; a daughter, Diane Russell Torbert of Baltimore; three brothers, Joseph Allan Russell of Charlotte, N.C., Melton Russell of Landis and Thomas Leon Russell of Salisbury, N.C.; two sisters, Flossie Bernice Walker of Landis and Arnetta Long of Kannapolis, N.C.; and three grandchildren.
Edward L. Lloyd
Franklin math teacher
Services for Edward L. Lloyd, a retired mathematics teacher at Franklin High School, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Eline Funeral Home, 11824 Reisterstown Road, Reisterstown.
Mr. Lloyd, who was 64 and lived on Second Avenue in Reisterstown, died of cancer Sunday at Carroll County General Hospital in Westminster.
He retired in 1986, after teaching at the Baltimore County high school for 33 years. After his retirement, he taught for a short time at Carroll Community College.
He was a member of the Teachers Association of Baltimore County, the Maryland State Teachers Association and the National Education Association.
Until last May, he served as president of the Raymond S. Hyson Scholarship Fund, helping to award scholarships to those graduating from the high school since 1973.
Born in Snake Run, Pa., Mr. Lloyd was a graduate of Clarion State University in that state and held a master's degree from Bucknell University.
He was a Mason and a member of the Scottish Rite in Pennsylvania.
During World War II, he served in the Army Air Corps, and then during the Korean War served in the Air Force.
Fond of golf, he was particularly active in team play at the South Hills Golf Course in Hanover, Pa.
He is survived by his wife, the former Dorothy Mandel; two sons, Errol L. Lloyd of Reisterstown and Russell L. Lloyd of Spring, Texas; a sister, Caroline Godin of Ramey, Pa.; a brother, William Lloyd of Houtzdale, Pa.; and two grandsons.
Arthur V. Hall
Sales manager, golfer
Arthur V. Hall, retired regional sales manager for the Brockway Glass Co. of Brockway, Pa., died Thursday of congestive heart failure at St. Joseph Hospital.
Mr. Hall, who was 81 and lived on Ruxford Drive in Kingsville, retired in 1975 after working for the company in this area for over 40 years.
A native of Newark, Ohio, he came to Baltimore as a young man.
During World War II, he served in the part-time Coast Guard Reserve unit that guarded the port.
A golfer who chaired many committees at the Maryland Golf and Country Club over a 20-year period, he also was an Orioles fan, a waterfowl hunter and a fisherman on the Bay.
He is survived by his wife, the former Anne I. Kasper; two daughters, Geraldine Lundquist of Towson and Elaine M. Ehrhardt of Baldwin; a son, Arthur V. Hall Jr. of Perry Hall; two brothers, Henry Hall of Newark and James Ira Hall of Marion, Ohio; and seven grandchildren.
A Mass of Christian burial was offered yesterday at St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church, Bradshaw.