Hampstead

Obituaries

December 22, 1991|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationabout someone in your family who has passed away hasn't been published, please call Amy Miller or Mary Gail Hare at 876-8771, 857-0550 or1-800-829-8000, Ext. 6595; you also may FAX your information to us at 876-0233.

Richard C. Herman, 60, died Monday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the son of the Rev. Clarence M. Herman of here and the lateLavenia Snyder Herman. He was the husband of Irene Langton Herman. Aself-employed truck driver, he was a member of Faith Baptist Church,the American Legion and the Planters Peanut Club. Additional survivors include a son, Richard L. Herman of here; brothers, Gilbert Hermanof Florida and Milton Herman of Manchester; and two grandchildren.

Everett A. Treadway, 61, died Monday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Joan Bartol Treadway. The president of the International Union of Elevator Constructors, he was a member of the American Legion and the Hanover Republican Club. In addition to hiswife, survivors include daughters, Cynthia Kreseki of here, Jodi Shipley of Hanover, Pa., and Candace Treadway of Baltimore; son, Keith A. Treadway of here; sister, Ada Belle Matthews of Towson; brothers, Marvin Treadway of Georgia and Robert Treadway of Virginia. The familyrequests memorials to the American Heart Association, 280 E. Main St., Westminster.

NEW WINDSOR

William S. Buckingham, 76, died Thursday after suffering a heart attack. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II and former prisoner of war, he received several medals, including the Purple Heart. He was a life member of the Disabled American Veterans, the Veterans of ForeignWars, the American Legion and the Past Commanders Association. Two sisters-in-law, eight nieces and one nephew survive. Services are at 1:30 p.m. today at the New Windsor Funeral Home of D. D. Hartzler, with his pastor, the Rev. Bruce Weaver of the Edgewood Church of the Brethren, officiating. Full military interment follows at Pipe Creek Cemetery, Linwood.

TANEYTOWN

George Mauz Harman, 72, died Thursday athis home. He was the husband of Jean Mohney Harman. A U.S. Air Forceveteran of World War II, he was a member of the American Legion. Theformer operator of a gasoline station here, he also owned Harman Bros. Used Car Dealership and was active in the town Chamber of Commerce. He was a longtime member of St. Mary's United Church of Christ, Silver Run. In addition to his wife, survivors include a daughter, Martha E. Mayer of Waldorf; sister, Margaret Dutterer, and brothers, Paul and Robert Harman, all of Silver Run, Allen Harman of Westminster, John and Fred Harman, both of Hanover, Pa.; and two grandsons. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today at the Skiles Funeral Home, 136 E. Baltimore St.

UPPERCO

Mary M. Weiss, 68, died Wednesday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of J. Warren Weiss. Additional survivors include a daughter, Cynthia Cunningham of Woodsboro; son, Wayne Weiss of Hampstead; sister, Opal Crudden of Stevenson; brothers, Milton and LeRoy Mann, both of Baltimore County, and Dale Mann of Florida; and two grandchildren.

WESTMINSTER

Effie J. Bankerd, 90, died Wednesday at the Sykesville Eldercare Center. She was the wifeof the late Maurice W. Bankerd. A graduate of Towson State Normal School, she had taught in the county schools. She was a member of the Pipe Creek Church of the Brethren and the New Windsor Quilters. Survivors include daughters, Doris Lindsay of here and Gertrude Robertson of New Windsor; three granddaughters, five great-grandchildren and several step-grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions to the church at 26 Pipe Creek Road, Linwood, Md. 21764.

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