Jessie C. Warehime


Homemaker, 78

November 06, 1991|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes.

Services for Jessie C. Warehime of Glen Burnie took place Nov. 2 at Kirkley Funeral Home. Burial followed at Cedar Hill Cemetery.

Mrs.Warehime, 78, died at home Oct. 31 after a lengthy illness.

Born in Bluefield, W.Va., Mrs. Warehime lived locally for 20 years. She was a member of the Brooklyn Chapter 81 of the Order of the Eastern Star, the CASOS Club of Burwood and the Burwood Tenants Council.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Wilson S. Warehime.Mrs.Warehime is survived by a son, Bobby R. Hubble of Glen Burnie; two sisters, Margaret Esposito of Philadelphia and Virginia Eaton of NorthCarolina; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.



Services for Michael Lee Frock of Glen Burnie were held Nov. 5 at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Cedar Hill Cemetery.

Mr. Frock, 24, died Nov. 1 at the University of Maryland Hospital after a brief illness.

The Baltimore native, a graduate of Glen Burnie High, was employed as a construction worker.

Mr. Frock is survived by his father, Thomas L. Frock of Glen Burnie; two brothers, Thomas Carroll and Raymond Easton, and a sister, Vanessa Easton, all of Glen Burnie; grandparents, Charles and Dorothy Carrollof Glen Burnie; and great-grandmother, Lillian Wilver of Dundalk.



Services for James Michael Orders Sr. of Annapolis will take place today at Barranco and Sons FuneralHome in Severna Park. Burial will follow at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville.

Mr. Orders, 49, died Nov. 3 at Fort Howard Hospital in Virginia of a brain tumor.

Born and raised in Morgantown, W.Va, Mr. Orders moved to to Annapolis in 1980. He worked as a drafter for Baltimore Gas and Electric and was a past member of the Masonic Lodge in Charlotte, N.C.

Survivors include his mother, Ethel Orders of Annapolis; a daughter, Jill Lucas of Millington; a son, Jamie Orders of Roanoke; a brother, Gary Orders of Annapolis; and one grandchild.

Contributions may be sent to the American Cancer Society, Anne Arundel Central, P.O. Box 493, Severna Park, Md. 21146.



Services for Joseph Goscinski of Glen Burnie will take place at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Kirkley Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Glen Haven Memorial Park.

Mr. Goscinski, 63, diedat home Nov. 4 of cardiac arrest.

The Baltimore native retired in1990 after 27 years as a stationary engineer for Chemetals Corp. He served in the Army during World War II and the Korean War and was a member of Glen Burnie Moose Lodge 1456 and American Legion Post 277.

Mr. Goscinski is preceded in death by his wife, Alora Peggy.

Survivors include his son, Charles R. Goscinski of Pasadena; two daughters, Cynthia A. Ervin and Vickie J. Duncan, both of Glen Burnie; two sisters, Josephine Fullano and Frances Kraski of Baltimore; two brothers, Carl Goscinski of Baltimore and Vincent Goscinski of Glen Burnie;and five grandchildren.



Services for Stanley William Parks Jr. of Glen Burnie are scheduledfor 11 a.m. tomorrow at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Glen Haven Memorial Park.

Mr. Parks, 39, died at home Nov. 4.

The Maryland native served in the Marines from 1969 to 1971 and worked as a computer operator for 20 years.

Mr. Parks is survived by his mother, Anita Ackman; a son, Stanley Parks III, and daughter, Sandra Lee, all of Glen Burnie; two brothers, Bruce W. Parks and Mark W. Parks, both of Glen Burnie; a sister, Darlene Buffin of Glen Burnie; a sister-in-law, Christina Parks; and brother-in-law, Arthur Buffin.



Services for John Lawrence Worth Jr. of Pasadena will take place at 8 p.m. today at Barranco and Sons Funeral Home in Severna Park.

Mr. Worth, 57, died at his home Nov. 2of cardiac arrest.

Born in Baltimore and raised in Towson, Mr. Worth graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 1956 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He worked as an engineering consultant with Whitman, Requardt and Associates, having retired in 1989 after 30 years as a general foreman at Bethlehem Steel Utilities Systems.

Mr. Worth served as a first lieutenant with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Fort Belvoir, Va., and Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He was a member of the Engineers Club of Sparrows Point and the Potapskut Sailing Association and was past president of the Parents Association at Gibson Island Country School.

Survivors include his wife of 28 years, Barbara Warren Worth; a son, John L. Worth III of Ellicott City; a daughter, Amy E. Wiesner of Savannah, Ga.; and two grandchildren, Jamie L. Wiesner and Katie E. Wiesner of Savannah.

Contributions can be sent to Save Our Skipjacks Foundation, c/o the Lady Maryland Foundation,717 Eastern Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21202.

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