William T. Evans
Services for Judge William T. Evans, former administrative judge of the District Court in Baltimore County, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Duda-Ruck Funeral Home, 7922 Wise Ave., Dundalk.
Judge Evans, who was 66, died Saturday of cancer at his home in Edgewood. He had moved there from Dundalk about a year ago and also had a home in Winter Haven, Fla.
Though he retired from the court in 1985, he continued to hear cases until Sept. 3.
Appointed to the court in 1972, he served as administrative judge, or head of the court in the county, from the mid-1970s until the early 1980s.
From 1966 until his appointment, he represented the east side of the county in the House of Delegates, where he served as chairman of the county delegation and as speaker pro tem, taking the gavel in the absence of the speaker.
He had also served from 1959 until 1961 as trial magistrate in the Sparrows Point Court and as a member of the Baltimore County Planning Board.
A native of Newton Falls, Ohio, he moved to Dundalk as a child with his family. He was a 1943 graduate of the Sparrows Point High School.
A bombardier in the Army Air Forces in the Pacific during World War II, he reached the rank of first lieutenant.
He worked as an insurance adjuster for the USF&G Corp. after the war while studying law at the University of Baltimore.
After his graduation in 1952, he began practicing law in Dundalk.
His first wife, the former Mary Elaine Smith, died in 1987 after 44 years of marriage.
He is survived by his wife, the former Rita Boyle Hayden; three sons, William R. Evans of Rosedale, James C. Evans of Dundalk and Thomas L. Evans of Belkamp; two stepsons, Grant and Thomas Hayden of Baltimore; a stepdaughter, Dhorey Mullin of Baltimore; a sister, Winnie Cavanaugh of Ocean City; a brother, Robert M. Evans of Grasonville; and many grandchildren.
Services for Herbert Goldman, a retired accountant who was active in his synagogue and other groups, will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Chizuk Amuno Congregation, 8100 Stevenson Road in Pikesville.
Mr. Goldman, who was 80 and lived in the Suburban Oaks Apartments, died yesterday of leukemia at University Hospital. He also maintained a home in Boca Raton, Fla.
He retired in 1962 after serving as a partner in the accounting firm of Berman, Goldman and Ribakow since its founding in 1939.
However, he was still a managing partner in two apartment complexes, Allyson Gardens Apartments and the Twin Ridge Apartments.
He was a former president of the Chizuk Amuno Congregation and its Brotherhood.
He also served in the 1970s and 1980s on the state's Bank Regulation Board, then its Banking Board.
Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of Forest Park High School and earned an accounting degree at the University of Baltimore.
He is survived by his wife of 51 years, the former Gertrude Kleinman; two sons, Allan B. Goldman of Perry Hall and Lee Y. Goldman of Westminster; a sister, Alma Lipsky of Pikesville; and four grandchildren.
Cmdr. Irvin O. Wolf
Retired naval officer
Services for retired U.S. Navy Cmdr. Irvin O. Wolf will be held at 3 p.m. today at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.
Commander Wolf, who was 81, died Thursday of cancer at his home in Annapolis.
He retired in 1970 as commander of the Naval Reserve Training Center in Wheeling, W.Va. He had enlisted in the Naval Reserve at age 17 and was called up and commissioned in 1943. During World War II, he commanded armed guards on merchant ships in convoys in the Atlantic and the Pacific. He also had been stationed at the Bureau of Personnel in Washington.
Born in Baltimore, he was a 1927 graduate of the Polytechnic Institute and a 1932 graduate of the University of Maryland, where he was a member of Kappa Alpha, the Omicron Delta Kappa leadership fraternity and the Pi Delta Epsilon journalism fraternity.
He then attended the University of Maryland law school and worked for gasoline and gasoline additive companies and for an insurance company before becoming a naval officer.
He was a member of the Annapolis Church of Christ, the Retired Officers Association, the Military Order of the World Wars and the American Legion.
He had lived in retirement in Cudjoe Key, Fla., before moving to Annapolis in 1988.
He is survived by his wife, the former Myra Ferrier; two sons, Irvin Otto Wolf Jr. of Timonium and Harrison Farrier Wolf of Sparks; two sisters, Kathryn W. Hamilton of Bel Air and Lorraine W. Neutzel of White Hall; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Rose S. Kaufman
Services for Rose S. Kaufman, who began practicing law 37 years after her graduation from law school, will be held at noon today at Sol Levinson & Bros. Home, 6010 Reisterstown Road.
Mrs. Kaufman, who was 87 and lived in the Belvedere Towers Apartments, died early yesterday at Sinai Hospital of congestive heart failure.