Services for Gene I. Bartoline of Glen Burnie took place Monday at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mrs. Bartoline, 85, died at her home Friday.
She attended nursing school at South Baltimore General Hospital and retired in 1986 after 35 years as a nurse.
She is preceded in death by her husband, John Bartoline.
Survivors include a son, Julian Bartoline of Okeechobee, Fla.; two daughters, Judith Wood of Baltimore and Barbara Vugrinec of Glen Burnie; a sister, Gay Ballenger of Greenville, S.C.; and three grandchildren.
EDWARD H. SIEGERT
TRUCK DRIVER, 61
Services for Edward H. Siegert Jr. of Glen Burnie took place Saturday at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Loudon Park Cemetery.
Mr. Siegert, 61, died Wednesday at North Arundel Hospital after a brief illness.
Born in Baltimore, he worked as a truckdriver for the Keller Truck Co. for 12 years and for Good Humor for 23 years.
Mr. Siegert is survived by four brothers, James Siegert of Dundalk, Albert Siegert of Ocean City, William Siegert of Glen Burnie and Howard Siegert of Baltimore, and three sisters, Margaret Dabrasky, Emma Gerlack and Florence Schmidt, all of Glen Burnie.
ADA A. BOZMAN
Services for Ada A. Bozman of Severna Park took place Monday at Kirkley Funeral Home. Burial followed at Lorraine Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Bozman, 93, died last Thursday at North ArundelHospital after a lengthy illness.
The Maryland native is precededin death by her husband, William Bozman Sr., and son, William BozmanJr.
She is survived by her daughter, Ada V. Bozman of Glen Burnie.
PAUL H. KOOGLE
DEFENSE EMPLOYEE, 71
Services for Paul H. Koogle of Severna Park took place Monday at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Arlington National Cemetery.
Mr. Koogle, 71, died Dec. 26 at North Arundel Hospital.
The Washington native retired from the Navy in 1965 after 23 years of service. He later worked at the Department of Defense for 10 years and was a member of the Church of theCrucifixion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Fleet Reserve.
Mr. Koogle is survived by his wife of 46 years, Dorothy Deen Koogle; a son, P. Deen Koogle of Denver; a daughter, Debra McHenry of SevernaPark; and three grandchildren.
GEORGE W. WILDER
Services for George W. Wilder Jr. of Glen Burnie took place Monday at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Wilder, 84, died Saturday after a lengthy illness.
Hhe retired in 1976 after 50 years as a carpenter.
He is preceded in death by hiswife, Margaret Wiley Wilder.
Survivors include three sons, GeorgeW. Wilder III of Baltimore, and Leroy P. Wilder Sr. and Larry G. Wilder, both of Glen Burnie; two daughters, Virginia Richarson of Severnand Vivian Krystofiak of Gambrills; a brother, William Wilder of Glen Burnie; a sister, Margaret Sides of Brooklyn Park; 13 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren.
RUTH E. DOWNS
STATE CLERK, 85
Services for Ruth E. Downs of Ferndale took place Monday at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Downs, 85, died Saturday at North Arundel Hospital.
The Baltimore native retired in 1970 after 15 years as a state clerical worker. She previously worked as a sales clerk for Hochschild Kohn and Goldman Co.
Mrs. Downs is preceded in death by her husband, W. Carroll Downs.
Survivors include a brother, Melville Lowman of Baltimore, and a sister, Blanche Forsythe of Ontario, Ore.