HACKETTSTOWN -- Anna Schippers Heil, 89, died Monday at Hackettstown Hospital in NewJersey. A New Jersey resident, she was the wife of the late Earl S. Heil. Survivors include daughters Joan H. Prall of Hampstead and Nancy H. Almer of New Jersey; a sister, Gertrude Brotzman of Pennsylvania; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Cochran Funeral Home here.
Hampstead -- Anna Mae Nawrot, 66, died Saturday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late Joseph P. Nawrot. She had worked at Milner-Fenwick in Timonium and was a member of Grace United Methodist Church. Survivors include children Nancy L. Wilson and Patricia L.Handy, both of Pennsylvania, Ruth Ann Tracey of Freeland, Fred P. Nawrot of here, Dorothy A. Nawrot of Taneytown, and Shirley M. Tacchetti of Columbia; a sister, Gladys E. Ridgely of Woodstock; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandson.
John E. Monroe, 83, died Thursday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Marjorie Cook Monroe. An assurance representative for Government Quality, he also was an amateur radio operator. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons Dennis D. Monroe of California, Donald P. Monroe of Arizona, Wayne E. Monroe of Baltimore, Robert V. Monroe of Florida and Richard H. Monroe of Massachusetts; a daughter, Miriam J. Raedy of Frederick; and 12 grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions to Mount Carmel United Methodist Church, 2533 Mount Carmel Road, Parkton, 21120, where he was a member.
Manchester -- Mildred V. Knouse, 64, died Friday at University Hospital from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. She was a saleswoman for Avon cosmetics. Survivors include a son, Scot A. Knouse of here; sisters Katherine Bosley and Anna Yost, both of Pennsylvania, and Mary Lou Turfel of Westminster; and a brother, Wilford Walker of Pennsylvania.
John H. Emge Sr., 80, died Friday at his home. He had retired from Black & Decker Corp., where he had been a production supervisor. Survivors include three sons, the Rev. Donald Emge, pastor of Linthicum Baptist Church in Baltimore, John H. Emge Jr. of Reisterstown and David B. Emge of Baltimore; sisters Catherine Gross and Mary Traband, both of Baltimore County; brothers Isaac Emge, Herbert Emge and Lawrence Emge, all of Baltimore County; and 10 grandchildren.
New Windsor -- Ida Holmberg Warren, 84, a former resident here, died Thursday at Nampa Care Center in Idaho. She was the wife of the late Earl E. Warren and the mother of the late Ida Mae Perry. She and her husband had operated Warren's Woodwork. She was a member of the Church of Latter-day Saints, where she served as a Sunday school teacher. Survivors include a son, Earl Warren of Monroe, Ga.; daughters Dolores Vallimont of Pikesville and Janice Larsen and Sara Staub, both of Idaho; a sister, Gerda Parendo of Minnesota; 21 grandchildren; and 41 great-grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions to the Alzheimer'sChapter, 4620 Overland Road, Room 211, Boise, Idaho 83705.
Randallstown -- Holman C. Schoenberger, 77, died Sunday at his Baltimore County home. He was the husband of Marguerite A. Schoenberger. An attorney and U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he was a member of Westminster Elks Lodge and the Reisterstown Lions Club. In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, Philip A. Schoenberger of Cockeysville; a daughter, Michelle S. Wilhelm of Westminster; a stepson, Philip L. Watts Jr. of Union Bridge; and six grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. today at Eline Funeral Home, Reisterstown Road and Franklin Boulevard. The family requests memorial contributions to the Reisterstown Lions, P.O. Box 22, Reisterstown.
Reisterstown -- Charlotte Mae Boone Hill, 63, a former resident here, died Dec. 9 at her home in Crewe, Va. She was the wife of William H. Hill Jr. Additional survivors include sons William H. Hill III of Lineboro and John R. Hill Sr. of Crewe; brothers Calvin Boone of Sykesville and Roger Boone of Florida; a sister, Marilyn Walker of New Windsor; and nine grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions tothe American Heart Association.
George Mack Jr., 48, died Sunday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was the husband of Ann CarterMack. A Baltimore County resident, he was a landscaper. In addition to his wife, survivors include sons Terry L. Mack of here and AnthonyG. Mack of Westminster; a daughter, Lisa R. Mack of here; a brother,Michael Mack; and sisters Tina Mack and Hedy Johnson, all of Baltimore. Services are at 8 p.m. Thursday at St. Luke's United Methodist Church. Friends may call from 7 p.m. until the time of the service at the church.