Services for Leona D. Kolish of Glen Burnie will take place at 11 a.m. Oct. 11 at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Glen Haven Memorial Park.
Mrs. Kolish, 59, died Oct. 7 at University Hospital.
The West Virginia native enjoyed cooking and crafts.
Mrs. Kolish is survived by four daughters, Dolly Roach of Fort Meade, Darlene Koch of Centerville, Cissy Kuhlman of Florida and Barbara Welch of Glen Burnie; three sons, James Leonard of Florida, and Harvey Leonard and Robert Leonard, both of Glen Burnie; six brothers, Edmond Adkins of Colorado, Gary Adkins of Pasadena, Larry Adkins of Pasadena, Leonard Adkins of Baltimore, Rodney Adkins of Florida and Walter Adkins of Florida; a sister, Aldena Smith of Pasadena; and eight grandchildren.
MARY E. DRURY, SECRETARY
Services for Mary E. Drury of Glen Burnie will take place at 11 a.m. Oct. 10 at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Miss Drury died Oct. 6 at North Arundel Medical Center.
Born in Baltimore, Miss Drury graduated from Southern High School and attended Strayer Business College. She worked as an executive secretary at Westinghouse for 30 years.
Miss Drury is preceded in death by her mother, Agnes Hammer.
Survivors include her fiance, James H. Mims of Millersville; and three sisters, Catherine Spilman and Joan Koenig of Brooklyn, Md., and Marion Anderson of Hanover.
EDWARD J. WALCZAK, CIVIL ENGINEER, 53
A Mass of Christian burial for Edward John Walczak of Arnold is scheduled for1:30 a.m. Oct. 10 at St. John's Roman Catholic Church in Severna Park. Burial will follow at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville.
Mr. Walczak, 53, died Oct. 6 at Georgetown University Hospital of cancer.
Born in East Brunswick, N.J., he graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., in 1960 and received a master's degree in engineering from Catholic University in Washington.
Mr. Walczak served in the Army during the Vietnam War. He worked as a civil engineer at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory in Washington and was a member of the 3rd Order of Franciscans, St. John's Roman Catholic Church.
Survivors include his wife, Kathleen T. Walczak; and two daughters, Mary K. Walczak and Rosemarie Walczak, both of Arnold.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Trinity Chapel, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.
WILLIAM F. MATHERS, INSPECTOR, 37
Services for William Franklin Mathers of Linthicum took place Oct. 8at St. John's Lutheran Church in Linthicum. Burial followed at Glen Haven Memorial Park.
Mr. Mathers, 37, died Oct. 5 at North ArundelHospital.
Born in Baltimore, he graduated from Andover Senior High School and worked as an inspector at Westinghouse for 17 years.
Mr. Mathers is survived by his parents, Thomas W. and Katherine K. Mathers; a daughter, Lisa R. Mathers of Millersville; a brother, ThomasMathers of Glen Burnie; and one grandchild.
DELORES M. HOOD, HOMEMAKER, 59
Services for Delores M. Hood of Millersville will take place at 11 a.m. Oct. 10 at Barranco and Sons Funeral Home in Severna Park. Burial will follow at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
Mrs. Hood, 59, died at home Oct. 7 after a three-year bout with cancer.
Born in Cumberland, she was a member of the Anchor Baptist Church in Millersville.
Mrs. Hood is survived by her husband, Jerry C. Hood; four sons, Richard R. Harris of Millersville, Lewis D. Harris of Arnold, Kevin W. Harris of Pasadena, and Randy L. Harris of Severn; two daughters, Katherine M. Price of Arnold and Linda M. Batts of Baltimore; two brothers, G. Robert Smith of Severn and Harry W. Smith of Denton; three sisters, Rosalie Lohrmann of Pasadena, Nancy B. Rogall of Baltimore and Priscilla Guy of Annapolis; and 12 grandchildren.