Services for Guy Anson Phillips of Linthicum will take place at 11:30 a.m. today at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery Chapel in Crownsville.
Mr. Phillips, 87, died Oct. 12 at Harbor Hospital Center of respiratory failure.
The New London, Conn., native retired in 1968 as a chief communications technician after 32 years of service in the Navy. He was a member of the Fleet Reserve Association.
Mr. Phillips is preceded in death by his wife, Lela J. Phillips.
Survivors include his son, David A. Phillips of Linthicum; a brother, Al Phillips of Norrostown, Penn.; and a sister, Irma Atkinson of Marlton, N.J.
Maude Kirk, 87, of Severna Park died Oct. 11 at North Arundel Hospital after a brief illness.
Born in Kermit, W.Va., Mrs. Kirk worked as a seamstress for 10 years at Hoschild's Department Store. Previously, she was a member of the United Baptist Church in Inez, Ky.
Mrs. Kirk is preceded in death by her husband, Clay Kirk, and son, Thorney Kirk.
She is survived by four daughters, Pauline Moore of Pataskala Ohio, Maxine Fairchild of Crofton, Joyce Smithson of Severna Park and Sue Haferkamp of Hixson, Tenn.; three brothers, Chester Kirk of Glen Burnie, Clay Kirk of California and Bobby Kirk of Pasadena; one brother; 22 grandchildren and 44 great-grandchildren.
Services for Yarbrough Ingram of Crownsville will take place at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Hardesty Funeral Home in Gambrills. Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Brooklyn.
Mr. Ingram, 82, died of cancer Oct. 12 at home.
The Alabama native worked as an electrician with Maryland Shipbuilding and Drydock. He lived locally for 40 years and was a member of Brooklyn United Methodist Church and the Elks Lodge of Glen Burnie.
Mr. Ingram was predeceased by his wife, Elizabeth Ingram.
Survivors include his son, Thomas Y. Ingram of Crownsville; two brothers, Samuel Ingram of California and Thomas B. Ingram of Woodlawn; a sister, Ida Dunham of California; three grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Services for Christopher P. Braun of Severn were held Oct. 15 at Hardesty Funeral Home in Gambrills. Burial followed at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville.
Mr. Braun, 55, died Oct. 11 at University Hospital.
The native of Poland workedwith Baltimore Air Coil for more than 22 years.
He was a member of the International Trade of Vietnam Veterans and St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Odenton.
Mr. Braun is survived by his wife, Maria M. Braun; a daughter, Christine A. Knaus of Pasadena; his mother, Anna Braun, and brother, Pierre Braun, both of France; and two grandchildren.
ROBERT ADAMS SR.
WATCH ENGINEER, 66
Services for Robert John Adams Sr. of Glen Burnie will take place at 9 a.m. tomorrow at the Church of Crucifixion. Burial will follow at Glen Haven Memorial Park.
Mr. Adams, 66, died at home Oct. 13 after a 10-month illness.
Born in Altoona, Pa., he graduated from Patton High School and worked asa watch engineer for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. for 39 years.
He served in the Navy during World War II and was a member of the Knights of Columbus 7025.
Mr. Adams was preceded in death by his son, Frederick J. Adams.
He is survived by his wife, Frances P. Adams; three sons, Alan T. Adams, Joseph C. Adams and Robert J. Adams, allof Glen Burnie; two daughters, Susan P. Rebstock of Glen Burnie and Rebecca A. Becker of Severna Park; five brothers, Patrick M. Adams ofPatton, William S. Adams and John H. Adams, both of New Jersey, David Adams of Manassas, Va., and Wilbert S. Adams of St. Augustine, Pa.;four sisters, Eileen Kelly of Batvia, N.Y., Margaret McCoy of New Jersey, Minerva Brannigan of Ashville, Pa., and Barbara Kliesiwitz of Parsonsburg; and six grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be sent to the Arundel Hospice Inc., 403 Headquarters Dr., Suite 1, Millersville 21108.
JOSEPH L. SAIA
Services for Joseph Louis Saia of Glen Burnie are scheduled for 10 a.m. today atthe Maryland Veterans Cemetery Chapel.
Mr. Saia, 79, died Oct. 13at Fort Howard Medical Center.
Born in Chicago, he served in the Navy during World War II and retired in 1988 after 40 years as a self-employed chauffeur.
Mr. Saia is survived by his wife of 40 years,Rena Saia; a daughter, Jody M. Saia of Glen Burnie; a brother, LouisJ. Saia of Cape St. Claire; two sisters, Rose Provensano of Lockport, N.Y., and Evelyn Bates of Burt, N.Y.