John D. Kopp
Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. today at Lorraine Park Cemetery in Baltimore for John D. Kopp, a retired chemist who died of natural causes Wednesday. He was 91.
Mr. Kopp worked as an analytical and metallurgical chemist for Scovill Inc. in Waterbury, Conn., for 30 years before retiring in 1962.
His first employer after his graduation from Western Maryland College in Westminster, where he studied chemistry, was Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.
After retirement, he and his wife moved to the town of Onancock on Virginia's Eastern Shore, where, his wife said, he was an active fisherman.
He was born at Solomons Island.
He is survived by his wife, Ethel Brazier Kopp of Onancock; and a son, John D. Kopp Jr. of Columbia.
Services also will be held this morning at the Williams Funeral Home in Onancock, Va.
Samuel H. Glover
Services for Samuel H. Glover, retired owner of an automobile dealership, will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Dulaney Valley Memorial Mausoleum, 200 E. Padonia Road, Timonium.
Mr. Glover, who was 75 and lived in Woodlawn for many years, hTC died Tuesday of Parkinson's disease at his home of the past two years, the Charlestown Retirement Community.
He retired about five years ago as owner of Chieftain Pontiac, the dealership in which he had become a partner in 1954.
Earlier, he had been a partner in O'Donnell-Glover Overland-Willys, which sold Jeeps.
A native of Baltimore who was raised in Reisterstown and was a Forest Park High School graduate, he began his career in the automobile business as a body and fender repair man.
During World War II, he worked at the General Motors Corp. plant, then served in the U.S. Army's occupation forces in Japan.
He was a member of the Towson Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Fond of motorcycle riding, he also kept a motorboat on the Magothy River and had owned several race cars.
He is survived by his wife of 54 years, the former E. Virginia Almony; a son, Samuel E. Glover of Towson, two daughters, Bonnie V. Scott of Ellicott City and Deborah L. Bittner of Relay; two sisters, Ethel Worden and Dorothy Smith, both of the Charlestown Community; a brother, David Glover of Baltimore; and eight grandchildren.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Parkinson's Disease Center, c/o Lisette Bunting, the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Dorothy A. Kennedy
Bridge grand master
A Mass of Christian burial for Dorothy A. Kennedy, who was a grand master at bridge, will be offered at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Immaculate Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, 8501 Loch Raven Blvd.
Mrs. Kennedy, who was 80 and lived on Scarlett Drive in Towson, died Tuesday of heart disease at home in Fernandina Beach, Fla., where she and her husband spent the winters.
The former Dorothy A. Loeffler was a native of Pittsburgh who came to Baltimore in 1941.
Her husband, John F. Kennedy Jr., is a retired assistant vice president of the Carrollton Bank in Baltimore.
She was a member of the Valley Bridge Club.
In addition to her husband, survivors include three sons, John F. Kennedy III of Washington's Crossing, Pa., Richard A. Kennedy of Crofton and Robert L. Crofton of Baltimore; a daughter, Barbara Kennedy Yurick of Towson; and seven grandchildren.
Satyavati C. Jordan
A memorial service for Satyavati C. Jordan, a musician and educator, will be held at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at Foundry United Methodist Church, 16th and P streets N.W. in Washington.
Mrs. Jordan, mother of Enoch Pratt Free Library spokeswoman Averil Kadis, died of heart failure Jan. 8 at George Washington University Hospital.
Mrs. Jordan was 89.
Born Satyavati Chitambar in India -- the daughter of the first Indian bishop elected to the Methodist Episcopal Church -- Mrs. Jordan graduated from Baker University in Baldwin, Kan., and did graduate work at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.
For many years she taught music at India's Isabella Thoburn College.
In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Jordan is survived by a son, Jashwant David Jordan of Brooklyn, N.Y.; two brothers, J. Benedict Chitambar of Arcadia, Calif., and I. Amar Chitambar of Union Springs, N.Y.; and a granddaughter.
The family suggests memorial contributions to the music section of the Enoch Pratt Free Library's Fine Arts Department, 400 Cathedral St., Baltimore 21201.
Charles U. Price
Lawyer, civic leader
Charles U. Price, a Frederick lawyer and civic leader, died Saturday at the Homewood Retirement Center there. He was 76.
A graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School, he was the Frederick County state's attorney from 1951 to 1954.
He was active in civic affairs as chairman of the Frederick City Board of Zoning Appeals, as a director of the Frederick County YMCA and as a director of the Frederick County Rotary Club.
He is survived by his wife, Shirlee Walker Schuettinger Price, and three stepchildren.