Mary Irene Nebel


Saleswoman, 75

December 19, 1991

Services for Mary Irene Nebel of Cape St. Claire will take place at 10 a.m. Dec. 19 at the Barranco and Sons Funeral Home.

Mrs. Nebel,75, died Dec. 16 of a heart attack at Maryland Manor in Glen Burnie,where she had been living since August.

Born and raised in Potomac, Mrs. Nebel worked as a retail saleswoman in the Washington area and later retired to become a homemaker.

Her interests included sewing.

Mrs. Nebel is survived by her husband of 59 years, William Nebel Sr.; a son, William Nebel Jr. of Lothian; a daughter, Joan Souders of Beallsville; a sister, Gladys Littleof Hyattsville; a brother, Albert Thompson of Gaithersburg; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.



Services for Mason Lee O'Neill of Weems Creek, a former fireman with the Fort Meade Fire Department, will take place at 2 p.m. Dec.19 at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 12 Ridgely Ave., Annapolis.

Mr. O'Neill, 66, died Dec. 15 at Anne Arundel Medical Center after a lengthy illness.

Born in Cumberstone, he later served with the U.S. Army in Korea, where he earned the Purple Heart and Bronze Star. He retired from the Fire Department in 1972 after 25 years of service.

Mr. O'Neill belonged to VFW Post 304, the Moose Lodge 296, the Legion of the Moose 155, and the LL Merrill DAV chapter 3, all in Annapolis,the Military Order of the Purple Heart 122 in Glen Burnie, and the Cummings Behlke American Legion Post 226 in Mayo.

Survivors includehis wife, Doris Kemp O'Neill, and his son, Glenn D. O'Neill, both athome.



A Masonic funeral service for self-employed machinist Webber L. Nash Jr. of Linthicum will take place at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 20, at the Singleton Funeral Home.

There willalso be viewings between 3 and 5 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. Dec. 19 and 20.

Mr. Nash, 71, died Dec. 17 at Stella Maris Hospital after a brief illness.

He was born in Hanover and later served with the Army's 141st Infantry regiment during World War II.

He retired from theNash Boiler Co. in 1981.

Mr. Nash's interests included the Masonic Lodge of Glen Burnie, inventing, and his work.

Survivors includetwo daughters, Kathleen Lockhart of Phoenix and Clara Cremeans of Parkville; two sisters, Della Langleway of Florida and Vivian Watts; a niece and a nephew.

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