William A. Spurlock

January 10, 1992

William A. Spurlock, 67, a retired Sparrows Point steel worker from Dundalk, died Dec. 10 at Franklin Square Hospital of heart and kidney failure.

Born in Lincoln County, W.Va., Mr. Spurlock moved to the Baltimore area as a young man and was based here while serving in the merchant marine during World War II. After the war, he enlisted in the Army and served as a military policeman in Germany.

Returning to Baltimore about 1950, he worked for 30 years at Bethlehem Steel in a variety of jobs, including one as a member of the blast furnace crew. He retired about 10 years ago.

He is survived by a brother, Charles Spurlock of Delta, Pa.; three sisters, Mamie Turlington of St. Inigoes, Willena Wade of Roanoke, Va., and Mabel Snezek of Mott, N.D.; and a companion, Martha Cartier of Dundalk.

Services for Mr. Spurlock were held Dec. 12.

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