Hazel E. Hubbard
Services for Hazel E. Hubbard, who had been a seamstress for manufacturers of shirts and similar pieces of clothing before she moved from Brooklyn Park to Cambridge in the early 1970s, will be held at 10:30 a.m. today at the Holloway Funeral Home in Salisbury.
Mrs. Hubbard, who was 82, died Monday at a Salisbury nursing home after a stroke.
Graveside services for Mrs. Hubbard will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Glen Haven Memorial Park, 7215 Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie.
The former Hazel E. Bowen was a native of Waldorf but had lived in the Baltimore area for 47 years.
Her husband, Wendell H. Hubbard Sr., who was a retired crane operator in the Weyerhaeuser Co. lumber yard in Fairfield, died in 1977.
She was a member of the Cambridge Church of the Nazarene and earlier of the Baltimore First Church of the Nazarene.
She is survived by three sons, Wendell H. Hubbard Jr. of Delmar, William L. Hubbard of Salisbury and Donald L. Hubbard of Linthicum; a foster daughter, Betty Jo McComas of High Point, N.C.; two sisters, Hilda Pegg and Helen Cannon, both of Prince Frederick; two brothers, Phillip and Chester Bowen, both of Westminster; 11 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.
Shirley A. Trexler
Assisted the blind
A memorial service for Shirley Ann Trexler, who was active in organizations for the blind and in the Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church, will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at TTC the church at 1316 Park Ave.
Ms. Trexler, who was 60 and lived at the Horizon House, died Tuesday at Mercy Medical Center after a heart attack.
She was area director for Aids Unlimited, which distributes aids for the blind. She was also secretary and a board member of the group, with which she had been associated since it was started in Philadelphia in 1981.
Ms. Trexler was also secretary of the Baltimore Chapter of the National Federation for the Blind.
She was a native of Allentown, Pa., and a graduate of the Pennsylvania School for the Blind and of Temple University.
She and her husband came to Baltimore in 1983. Her husband, Arthur Segel, serves in the mayor's office as coordinator of services to the handicapped.
The family suggested that memorial contributions could be made to the National Federation of the Blind.
Services for Irene White, a retired teacher who was active in the Dundalk community, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Bradley Ashton Funeral Home, 2134 Willow Spring Road, Dundalk.
Mrs. White, who was 97, was found dead Friday at her home on Portship Road by a boarder who was attempting to pay his rent. Police said that she had been struck on the head and that they are still investigating her death.
The former Irene Poulson was a native of the Philadelphia area and a graduate of Temple University who moved to Dundalk as a young woman.
She taught at the Hampstead Hill Junior High School in Baltimore before her retirement more than 30 years ago.
In Dundalk, she was a member of the Heritage Society, the Woman's Club of Dundalk and the Historical Society of Dundalk. She also was a volunteer bridge teacher in classes at St. Rita's Church.
Her husband, Richard E. White, died in 1972, and she is survived by several cousins.