Services will take place privately in Michigan for Robert Crocker Marley, a chief warrant officer with the U.S Coast Guard.
Chief Marley, 45, died Jan. 16 of pneumonia at Walter Reed Military Hospital inWashington.
A veteran of 22 years of service with the Coast Guard, Chief Marley was a member of the VFW and the CPO Club. His other interests included wood-working.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth Anne Marley; five children, Jason, Jennifer, Jodi, Robert, and Margo; all at home; and his mother, Eloise Crocker Marley of Dover, N.H.
Arrangements were made by the Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Road, Gambrills.
WILLIAM F. GILES
CAB DRIVER, 46
Services for cab driver William F. Giles Jr. of Pasadena will take place at 11 a.m. Jan. 23, at the Kirkley Funeral Home.
Mr. Giles, 46, died Jan. 20 of a heart attackat home.
Born in Linthicum, he was employed by the Reliable Cab Co. of Annapolis.
His interests included fishing and watching old movies.
Mr. Giles is survived by a sister; Dorothy V. Smith of Pasadena; two brothers, Robert E. Giles of Silver Run, and Herbert T. Giles of Fells Point; and his parents, William F. Sr. and Bertha Golden Giles, both of the Baltimore Highlands area.
Services for Adelaide Lee Herron of Severna Park will take place at 1 p.m. Jan. 22, at St. Martin's in the Field Episcopal Church in Severna Park.
Mrs. Herron, 89, died Jan. 20 of a heart attack at the North Arundel Convalescent Center.
Born in Chicago, Ill., she was raised in Detroit, Mich.
Mrs. Herron previously served as the church organist of Trinity Episcopal Church in Niles, Mich. She also played for St. Martin's, where she was active in the church choir, Sunday School, and other committees and activities.
She was a member of the American Guild of Organists and taught music.
Her husband, Rolfe Herron, whom she married in 1938, died in 1981.
Mrs. Herron is survived by three sons, Christopher Herron of Portland, Ore., Lee Herron of Santa Barbara, Calif., and David Herron of Severna Park;and two granddaughters.