Gertrude A. HaslupOf Severna ParkA Mass of Christian...


January 08, 1992

Gertrude A. Haslup

Of Severna Park

A Mass of Christian burial for Gertrude AnNa Haslup, who lived in Northeast Baltimore before moving to Anne Arundel County in 1967, will be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, Ritchie Highway and Cypress Creek Road in Severna Park.

Mrs. Haslup, who was 83, died Sunday of heart failure at home in Severna Park.

A former member of the Sodality at the Shrine of the Little Flower, she was more recently a member of St. John's Church and active at the Arnold Senior Citizens Center.

The former Gertrude Anna Moller was born in Baltimore and a graduate of St. Anthony's School, where she won a full scholarship to the Institute of Notre Dame.

After her graduation in 1926, she attended the Strayer Business College. She worked in the accounting department at the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. until her marriage in 1937 to Charles LeRoy Haslup Jr.

Mr. Haslup, who was the owner of Wilcox and Haslup, a wholesale hardware company, died in 1961.

She is survived by a daughter, Ann H. Carter of Severna Park; a son, Charles LeRoy Haslup III of Arnold; and four grandchildren.

Marjorie L. Otis

Active in theater groups

Services for Marjorie Longfellow Otis, who was reared in Baltimore, will be held at 4 p.m. today at the First Christian Church in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Mrs. Otis, who was 85 and lived in Corpus Christi since 1983, died Monday at a nursing home there of a heart ailment.

The former Marjorie Longfellow was a native of Hamilton, Ohio, and lived in Baltimore as a child. She had been active in theater groups and was a member of the First Christian Church in Roland Park.

The graduate of Gulf Park College in Mississippi was married to Charles Francis Otis Jr., who died in 1951. She lived in Rochester, N.Y., and Miami before moving to Corpus Christi.

She is survived by a daughter, Andrea Harwell of Corpus Christi; a son, Charles Kirke Otis of Miami; and eight grandchildren.

Emily S. Andrae

Homeland resident

Services for Emily S. Andrae, who lived in Homeland for many years, will be held at noon today at the Mitchell-Wiedefeld Home, 6500 York Road.

Mrs. Andrae, who was 95, died Sunday of a respiratory illness at Fairhaven, the Sykesville retirement community where she lived for the past five years.

She was a member of the Govans Garden Club and the Three Arts Club of Homeland.

The former Emily Schlarb was a native of Virginia who came to Baltimore with her family. She was a graduate of Eastern High School.

Her husband, Karl H. Andrae, a retired safety engineer for the E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., died in 1967.

Her survivors include several cousins.

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