James N. Schuth Tax lawyer

March 12, 1992

Services for James N. Schuth, a tax lawyer who was a partner in the law firm of Gebhardt and Smith, will be held at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at Old St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Charles and Saratoga streets.

Mr. Schuth, who was 46, died Monday after a heart attack while exercising at the Downtown Athletic Club. He lived on East Montgomery Street.

Before joining in Gebhardt and Smith in 1988, he had been a partner in Miles and Stockbridge since 1980. He had been associated with that Baltimore firm since 1975.

Born in Oak Park, Ill., he was a 1968 graduate of Drake University and a 1971 graduate of the University of Illinois Law School.

He completed his studies at Drake while he was an enlisted man in the Marine Corps and he returned to the Marines as a legal officer after completing law school. After active service, he remained in the reserves.

He was a member of the American Bar Association and the City Bar Association as well as the Maryland State Bar Association and its ethics committee.

The former lightweight amateur boxer was also a squash player and a member of the Racquet Club of Roland Park.

He is survived by his wife, the former Mary Kee Hood; a son, Samuel Otto Schuth of Baltimore; a daughter, Ashley Noelle Schuth of Washington; his mother, Hazel Proctor Schuth of River Forest, Ill.; and two sisters, Maureen Darling of West Chicago, Ill., and Miriam R. Reyher of Pine Lake, N.J.

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