Morton HackCorrections officialServices for Morton Hack, a...


November 22, 1991

Morton Hack

Corrections official

Services for Morton Hack, a retired administrator at the Correctional Camp Center at Jessup, will be held at noon today at the Sol Levinson & Bros. funeral establishment, 6010 Reisterstown Road.

Mr. Hack, who was 70, died Wednesday at Sinai Hospital after a stroke. He had lived on Fordleigh Road.

He retired last June, having worked in the office of the state's Division of Correction for 25 years. He also had taught accounting.

Earlier he worked for the Westminster Shoe Co., a family-owned manufacturing business, which specialized in the making of women's shoes that were sewn.

Serving in the Navy in World War II, he was an officer aboard an LST -- a tank-carrying landing ship -- that was in the first wave of the Normandy invasion.

Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of the Polytechnic Institute and, with honors, of the Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Hack enjoyed singing and classical music.

He is survived by a son, Steven Kolker Hack of Croton, Ohio; two daughters, Nancie Hack Grossman of Edinburg, Texas, and Joanne Kolker Hack of Santa Fe, Tenn.; a brother, Sylvan Hack of Baltimore; and two granddaughters.

Evelyn M. Ulrich

Active in church

Services for Evelyn M. Ulrich, who was active at St. Matthew's United Church of Christ, will be held at 2 p.m. today at the church at 3400 Norman Ave.

Mrs. Ulrich, who was 84 and lived on Lachlan Circle in Towson, died Tuesday at Stella Maris Hospice of complications from cancer.

A member of St. Matthew's Church for 60 years, she headed church supper committees, was a member of the Women's Guild and was active in other groups and projects.

The former Evelyn Meeth was a native of Baltimore and a graduate of Western High School.

She had helped out in the office of her first husband, Andrew W. Schmidt II, who served as president of the family meat packing company, A. W. Schmidt & Son Inc., before his death in 1963.

Her second husband, Henry Ulrich, a retired banker, died in 1987.

She is survived by two sons, Andrew W. Schmidt III of Monkton and Charles H. Schmidt of Chester; a daughter, Emilie S. Pieper of Monkton; three sisters, Mildred Burton of White Marsh and Florence Luckett and Margaret Potter, both of Monterey, Calif.; nine grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

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