Services for John O. Fefel of Glen Burnie took place Oct. 21 at Kirkley Funeral Home. Burial followed at Glen Haven Memorial Park.
Mr.Fefel, 69, died Oct. 18 at St. Joseph's Hospital after a lengthy illness.
Born in Baltimore, he retired in 1978 after 37 years as a foremanfor the Baltimore City Water Department.
He was stationed in Africa while serving in the Army during World War II.
Mr. Fefel is preceded in death by his son, John O. Fefel.
Survivors include his wife, Eileen E. Fefel; a son, George L. Fefel of Brooklyn Park, and twodaughters, Lois A. Fefel of Glen Burnie and Diane Buchanan of Florida; a brother, Milton R. Fefel of Delaware; and three grandchildren.
BOAT CAPTAIN, 59
Services for Robert B. Caughill ofGlen Burnie were held Oct. 22 at Kirkley Funeral Home. Burial followed at Glen Haven Memorial Park.
Mr. Caughill, 59, died Oct. 19 at North Arundel Hospital of lung cancer.
Born in Port Huron, Mich., Mr. Caughill served in the Marine Corps during the Korean War and later worked as a carpenter and a licensed charter boat captain. He was a member of the Glen Burnie Moose Lodge, American Legion Post No. 40 and the Lower Bay Charter Boat Captains Association.
Mr. Caughill is survived by his wife, Ella Mae Caughill; a son, Glen Caughill of Houston, Texas, and stepson, Ronald L. Neibert of Crownsville; his mother, Mrs. Marjorie Bush of Fraser, Mich.; a brother, Carl Caughill ofPort Huron, Mich.; two sisters, Betty Pierce of Fraser, Mich.; and Marilyn Smith of Spring, Texas; and three grandchildren.
HENSEL J. LYONS
Services for Hensel J. "Bud" Lyons of Glen Burniewill take place at 11 a.m. Oct. 25 at Singleton Funeral Home. Burialwill follow at Glen Haven Memorial Park.
Mr. Lyons, 66, died Oct.21 at North Arundel Hospital after a lengthy illness.
The Virginia native retired in 1987 after 30 years as an inspector at Westinghouse at BWI Airport.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Ollie D. Lyons.
Mr. Lyons is survived by two sons, Ronald Lyons and Gary Lyons, both of Glen Burnie, and a stepson, Robert Andrews of Crownsville; two sisters, Alma Harris of Pulaski, Va., and Hazel Cockerham of Lakeland, Fla.; and two grandchildren.