COCKEYSVILLE — Alfred W. Wheatley, 87, died Thursday at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. A Baltimore County resident, he was the husband of the late Catherine Vogt Wheatley. Retired as president of Lloyd E. Mitchell Engineering, he was a member of Sherwood Episcopal Church, the Boumi and Scottish Rite temples and the Corinthian Lodge. He also was a volunteer for the Red Cross for 15 years. He is survived by a daughter, Barbara A. Lessner of New Windsor; a brother, Robert of Catonsville, and two grandchildren. The family requests memorials to the American Cancer Society.
Shirley Mae Evans, 60, died Friday. She was the wife of Jack Evans. A homemaker, she was a member of Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church. In addition to her husband, survivors include daughters, PamelaSchwengler of Colorado, and Terry Richardson and Dana Evans, both ofhere; son, Douglas Evans of Taneytown; sister, Audrey Schroth of Owings Mills; and five grandchildren.
DATELINE: Mount Airy
Dr. Stephen Toms, 62, died Monday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Marjorie Toms. Formerly in private practice, he recentlywas employed as a medical officer by the Social Security Administration. Additional survivors include children, Catherine and Stephen E. Toms and Frances Boyle, all of Baltimore, Patricia Grahe and Susan Baitch, both of Abingdon, John M. Toms of Minnesota, Stephanie Toms of Pasadena, Molly Parsons of Bishopsville and Lillian Terry of New Jersey; brother, Michael Toms of Massachusetts; sisters, Marie Toms, Catherine Denial and Eve Becker, all of Erie, Pa.; three stepchildren, and six step-grandchildren. Services are 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Glade United Church of Christ, Walkersville. The family will receive friends2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Witzke Funeral Home, 1630 Edmondson Ave., Catonsville.
Howard J. Wendler, 71, died Nov. 11 at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of the late Marie Madvsek Wendler. Retired from the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., he was vice president of the Carroll County 55+ Club. A brother, Herbert Wendler of Baltimore, survives.
DATELINE: Pleasant Valley
Raymond E. Cole, 71, died Saturday at his home. Before his retirement, hewas a painter and wallpaper hanger. Survivors include sisters, Anna M. Sanders of Hanover, Pa., Lillian J. Barnes of Westminster, and Ruth L. Eyler of Union Bridge; brothers, Richard S. Cole of here and Leroy E. Cole of Boring.
Joseph Glorioso, 65, died Friday as the result of an automobile accident. A Baltimore County resident, he was the husband of Vicenza Glorioso. A U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, he was a self-employed hair stylist. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons, Frank and Vince Glorioso, both of here; brother Salvadore Glorioso of Westminster and Russell Glorioso of Virginia; sister, Sarah Bueme of Cefalu, Italy, and two granddaughters.
Helen I. "Nellie" Beach, 79, died Thursday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the widow of Robert Beach. She had owned Beachmont Estates here. Survivors include sisters, Margaret S. Steffey, Geraldine S. Crawford and Gladys Stedding; and brothers, Millard and Lee Stedding. The family requests memorial contributions to theAmerican Lung Association, 1840 York Road, Timonium.
Robert L. Bowers Jr., 30, died Saturday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the son of Robert L. and Arlene Ahn Bowers of here. A member of Mount Tabor Lutheran Church, he graduated from the Carroll County Education Center and attended Carroll Haven. In addition to his parents, survivors include a brother, Randy Bowers of here; his fiancee, Wendy S. Beverly of Manchester, and a great-grandmother,Edna Rinehart of here. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. today at hischurch in Rocky Ridge, Frederick County. The family requests memorial contributions to Carroll Haven, 420 Bishop St., Westminster.
DATELINE: Union Mills
William R. White Jr., 53, a former resident here, died Nov. 13 at his home in Brandon, Fla. He was the son of Margaret Houser White of Westminster and the late W. Russell White. Self-employed in the trucking business, he was a member of the Moose Lodge in Gettysburg, Pa. In addition to his mother, survivors include sons, William R. White III of Maine and James D. White of Littlestown, Pa.; brother, Eugene H. White and sister, M. Darleen Dull, both of Westminster, and a dear friend, Louise Johnson of Brandon.