Richard F. Schmidt

Obituaries

Electrician, 28

February 20, 1992

Services for Richard F. "Jack" Schmidt of Glen Burnie will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Schmidt, 28,died suddenly Feb. 16 at home.

Originally from Baltimore, he was a self-employed electrician whoinstalled and repaired neon signs under the company name, "Lights On."

Mr. Schmidt was the team statistician for the Baltimore Blast soccer team and also enjoyed lacrosse.

Survivors include two brothers, Vernon F. Schmidt and Robert S. Schmidt; a sister, Donna L. Schmidt; his mother, Ethyl L. Schmidt; and his companion, Robyn J. Hardy, all of Glen Burnie.

BEULAH L. SULLIVAN

SALES CLERK, 71

Services for Beulah L. Sullivan of Annapolis will take place at 10 a.m. today atthe Hardesty Funeral Home, 12 Ridgely Ave., Annapolis.

Mrs. Sullivan, 71, died Feb. 16 of heart failure at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

She was born in Baltimore. She retired as a sales clerk after 22years with the G.C. Murphy Co. in the Harundale Mall and in downtownAnnapolis, and at Murphy Mart in Parole Plaza.

Her husband, Patrick Thomas Sullivan, died in 1954.

Mrs. Sullivan is survived by twosons, Patrick R. Sullivan of Mayo and Michael A. Sullivan of Annapolis; a sister, Adella Jester of Baltimore; and six grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Coronary Care Unit, in care of AAMC, Franklin and Cathedral streets, Annapolis, Md. 21401.

JAMES GEESEMAN

VETERAN, 71

Services for James L. Geeseman of Annapolis took place yesterday at the First Church of the Nazarene, 1309 Bay Ridge Ave., Annapolis.

Mr. Geeseman, 71, died Feb. 16 at Anne ArundelMedical Center of complications of pneumonia.

Mr. Geeseman was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene and the Disabled American Veterans organization.

Survivors include his granddaughter, Vicki Greathouse of Annapolis, with whom he lived; five other grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Arrangements were made by the Hardesty Funeral Home.

HAROLD L. JEREW

MECHANIC, 71

Services for Harold L. Jerew of Annapolis, a retired mechanic for Giant Foods, took place yesterday at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Annapolis.

Mr. Jerew, 71, died of respiratory arrest Feb. 15 at the Anne Arundel Medical Center.

He was originally from West Mansfield, and served in the Army during World War II. Mr. Jerew retired from Giant in the early 1980s.

His interests included fishing, hunting and carpentry.

Survivors include his wife, Ruby Jerew; sons James Jerew of Landover, David Jerew of Waldorf and Stephen Jerew of Annapolis; his mother, MaryButler of Bowling Green, Ohio; a brother, Bill Butler, of Bowling Green; sisters Rose Kern of West Lanham Hills, Fern Stephenson of Rising Sun, Ohio, and Loretta Mass of Bowling Green; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

GEORGE H. KELLER

CRANE OPERATOR, 60

Services for retired crane operator George H. Keller of Severn will takeplace at 4 p.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Keller, 60, died Feb. 16 of cancer at the Greenery Extended Care Center.

Born in Maryland, he served in the Army during the Korean War. He later worked for Kaiser Aluminum for 25 years, retiring in 1981.

Mr. Keller's interests included fishing, hunting and gardening.

Survivors include his wife of 37 years, Martha F. Keller; a son, James Alan Keller of Severn; a brother, Robert Thomas Keller of Glen Burnie; a sister, Mary Thelma Cable of Millersville; and two grandchildren.

A. MARIE ANDERSON

SUPERVISOR, 69

Services for A. Marie Anderson of Pasadena, a cafeteria supervisor for the Baltimore public school system,took place yesterday at the Singleton Funeral Home.

Mrs. Anderson, 69, died Feb. 15 of cancer at North Arundel Hospital.

Her interests include camping, crabbing, needlepoint and crafts.

Survivors include her husband, George Lester Anderson; a stepdaughter, Linda McGinn; step-grandchildren Mark Anderson Sr. and Brian McGinn; and a step-great-grandchild, Mark Anderson Jr., all of Baltimore.

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