Judith K. Bauman
Services for Judith K. Bauman, a retired nurse who worked in Maryland and in Israel over the years, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Barranco and Sons Funeral Home, Ritchie Highway and Robinson Road in Severna Park.
Mrs. Bauman, who was 81 and lived in Severna Park, died Tuesday at the North Arundel Hospital after an apparent stroke.
She retired in 1970 as a surgical nurse at the old Naval Academy Hospital. Earlier, she worked at the Hospital for the Women of Maryland.
In 1974, she and her husband left their Glen Burnie home and lived for eight years in Israel -- the part of the world where she had grown up. There, Mrs. Bauman volunteered in a blood bank of the Magen David Adom, the Israeli equivalent of the Red Cross.
In 1982, the Baumans came back to Anne Arundel County, and she applied herself to volunteer work in the Hospice of the Anne Arundel Medical Center. She also made porcelain dolls as a hobby.
The former Judith Korngold was born in Denver, but in 1921, when she was 11, moved to Palestine with her family -- which included her aunt, Golda Meir, who would become a prime minister of Israel.
Mrs. Bauman was a 1932 graduate of the British Government Hospital School of Nursing in Jaffa, now part of Tel Aviv. She came back to the United States in 1937 for post-graduate training.
Her husband, Jacob A. Bauman, is a retired civilian engineer at the Naval Ship Research and Development Laboratory in Annapolis.
In addition to her husband, her survivors include two daughters, Carol V. Forgione of Millersville and Alice Golembo of Westfield, N.J.; two brothers, Haim and Yonah Kama, both of Israel; and five grandchildren.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Auraria Foundation, Post Office Box 173361, Denver 80217-3361, for the restoration of the family home in a collection of historic houses.
Minnie D. Greif
Services for Minnie D. Greif, a dental hygienist, will be held at noon tomorrow at Sol Levinson & Bros. funeral establishment, 6010 Reisterstown Road.
Mrs. Greif, who was 82 and lived in the One Thirty Slade Apartments, died Wednesday at Sinai Hospital of complications after surgery for a broken hip.
The former Minnie D. Vederman was born in New York but reared in Baltimore, where she was a graduate of Western High School.
She entered the University of Maryland dental school, where she was the only woman in a class of 400, but she completed her education at the Temple University School of Dental Hygiene in Philadelphia.
Among the first women in the profession in Maryland, she worked at the old Marine Hospital as a young woman.
She also studied the violin in the Peabody Preparatory Department and later with Mischa Elman and played as a child on Baltimore radio programs.
Her husband, Julius Greif, a pharmacist, died in 1957.
She is survived by a son, Allen D. Greif of Glen Arm; two daughters, Patty Satisky of Owings Mills and Eileen Fishbein of Darnestown; a sister, Belle Pearlman of Pikesville; nine grandchildren; and a great-grandson.