Services for retired Army Reserve Lt. Col. Robert Glantz took place Jan. 23 at Arlington National Cemetery.
Lieutenant Colonel Glantz,74, died Jan. 21 at Anne Arundel Medical Center after a lengthy illness.
Born in New York City, he served in the Army for 26 years, until he retired in 1960. After that, he worked for the David Taylor Research Center in Annapolis for 22 years, until 1985.
He was a member of the DAV and the Naval Academy Officers Club. His other interests included wood working and gardening.
Survivors include his wife, Betty M. Glantz; three children, Roslyn M. Goff of Carlisle, Pa., Nina M. Blemmer of Los Angeles, Calif., and Russell M. Glantz of Glen Burnie; a brother, Ralph Glantz of Fort Lauderdale; and one grandchild.
Contributions may be sent to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals or the Disabled American Veterans.
Services for retired engineer Floyd Barker of Gambrills willtake place at 10 a.m. Jan. 24, at the College Parkway Baptist Churchin Arnold.
Mr. Barker, 73, died Jan. 21 of pneumonia at North Arundel Hospital in Glen Burnie.
He was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tenn., where he lived until 1965. Mr. Barker also lived in Rome, N.Y., and Eastport.
He worked as an engineer for the Tennessee Valley Authority for 15 years, and for Westinghouse Corp. for over 29 years, until he retired in 1986.
Mr. Barker was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II.
He was a member of the College Parkway Baptist Church, where he served as a deacon and Sunday School teacher. Other interests included exotic plants.
Survivors include Wanda Barker, hiswife of almost 50 years, and a daughter, Jane Colleen Neese, both ofGambrills; a son, Edward Floyd Barker of Thurmont; and three grandchildren.
BERNARD LOHER JR.
A Mass of Christian burialfor Bernard J. Loher Jr. of Glen Burnie, a supervisory quarantine inspector for the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, will be offered at 9 a.m. Jan. 27, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church.
Mr. Loher, 70, died Jan. 23 of cancer at North Arundel Hospital.
Originally from Minnesota, Mr. Loher served in the Navy during World War II and the Korean War.
After his retirement from the HEW Department in 1976, Mr. Loher worked for Dempski Realtors in Glen Burnie.
He was a member of the Holy Trinity congregation, the Knights of Columbus, and the National Rifle Association. Other interests included hunting, computers, race cars, and travel.
Mr. Loher is survived by his wife, Anna M. Loher; five daughters, Kathleen A. Mabe, Maureen Dale, Colleen Gresham, and Eileen Conover, all of Glen Burnie, and Karen M. Earles of Pasadena; two sons, Michael J. Loher of Westminster and Brian Loher of Pasadena; three brothers, Gerald Loher of Minnesota, Charles L. Loher of Wisconsin, and Jack Loher of California; four sisters, Dorothy Hilla, Mary Margaret Morgan, Virginia Jablonski, andSister Audrey Jane Loher, all of Minnesota.
Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
IRVING M. VEIT
SANITATION WORKER, 78
Services for Irving Michael Veit of Glen Burnie, a former employee of the Department of Sanitation in Baltimore, will take place at 11 a.m. Jan. 25 at the Singleton Funeral Home.
Mr. Veit, 78, died Jan. 22 at North Arundel Hospital after a lengthy illness.
Born in Stevenson, he later served in the Army during World War II.
He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Cecelia E. Cavey.
Survivors include a son, Jesse W. Howell of Pasadena; two sisters, Edith B. Barone of Brooklyn Park and Ida C. Flanary of Belton, Texas; 11 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren.Visitation will take place between 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Singleton.
MARGARET S. BUSHEY
Services for retired secretary Margaret SnyderBushey of Linthicum will take place at 10:30 a.m. Jan. 25 at St. John's Lutheran Church.
Mrs. Bushey, 78, died Jan. 22 at her home after a lengthy illness.
Originally from Harrisburg, Pa., she graduated from Enola High School in Enola, Pa., in 1930.
Survivors include her husband of 55 years, Cleo N. Bushey; two daughters, Barbara Coker of Westminster and Peggy Flash of Beaumont, Texas; a sister, Barbara Colechio of Camp Hill, Pa.; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. John's Lutheran Church.
ARMY SERGEANT, 93
Services for Cologero Lattuca of Washington, D.C., previously of Gambrills, took place Jan. 23 at Singleton Funeral Home.
Mr. Lattuca, 93, died Jan. 19 atthe Washington Veteran's Administration Hospital after a heart attack.
A former master sergeant in the U.S. Army who retired in 1948 after 31 years of service, Mr. Lattuca also was in the civil service at Fort Meade for 13 years, until he retired in 1961.
Mr. Lattuca was preceded in death by his wife, the late Ruth Lattuca.
Survivorsinclude his son, Charles Lattuca of Columbia, N.C.; two daughters, Florence L. Duke of Ocean City and Alverda J. Smith of Jessup; six grandchildren and great-grandchildren.