Esther Seabold, Retired nurse
Services for Esther J. Seabold, a former nurse and longtime Baltimore resident, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Sterling Ashton Funeral Home, 736 Edmondson Ave. in Catonsville.
Mrs. Seabold, who was 79, died Friday of a heart attack at her home in the Guilford section of Baltimore.
Born in Boston, she was a graduate of the Boston Children's Hospital Nursing School in 1933. She worked as a registered nurse at the hospital before moving to Baltimore in 1936.
Mrs. Seabold was a member of the University of Maryland Hospital Woman's Auxiliary.
The former Esther Benzaquin was married for 52 years to Dr. William M. Seabold, a retired pediatrician. In addition to her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Gretchen Johnson of Minneapolis; two sons, Robert A. Seabold of Bowie and William H. Seabold, of Coconut Creek, Fla.; a twin sister, Dorothy Hurwitz of Liberty, Maine; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Thomas A. Shivers, Contracts manager
Services for Thomas A. Shivers, a contracts manager at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport plant of the Westinghouse Electric Corp., will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Leroy M. and Russell C. Witzke Funeral Home at 5555 Twin Knolls Road in Columbia.
Mr. Shivers, who was 44 and lived in Sykesville, died Wednesday at a hospital in Seattle, where he had gone for cancer treatment.
With Westinghouse for more than 20 years, he negotiated many contracts for the company and often traveled abroad.
He also practiced law privately in Howard County from his home.
Born in Baltimore, he was a 1965 graduate of the Howard High School and a 1968 graduate of the University of Maryland in College Park, later earning a degree with honors from the university's law school.
He was a member of the advisory board of the University of Maryland Cancer Center and was interested in skiing, sports cars, computers, literature and movies.
BHe is survived by his wife, the former Gail McClaren; a son, Kevin Shivers of Sykesville; and his mother, Marguerite Shivers of Columbia.
The family suggested donations to the University of Maryland Cancer Center.