Barbara A. Woods

Obituaries

Waitress, 38

March 16, 1992

Services for waitress Barbara A. Woods of Brooklyn took place March 14 at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Ms. Woods, 38, died suddenly at the Baltimore County General Hospital.

She was born in Baltimore and lived most of her life in Brooklyn.She worked as a waitress in various area restaurants.

Survivors include her children; Penny Lynn Constantine of Salisbury and Sheridy Dawn Ferdock of Pasadena; four brothers, David R. White Jr., Wayne White, Michael J. White, and Brian C. White, all of Pasadena; a sister,Dawn C. White of Glen Burnie; her mother, Gloria A. White of Baltimore; her father, David R. White of Pasadena; and her grandparents, Henry C. Disney of Pasadena and Margaret A. Shaw of Alabama.

Arrangements were made by the Kirkley Funeral Home.

GEORGE F. RUFF

SHEET METAL WORKER, 74

Services for retired sheet metal worker George F. "Fred" Ruff of Glen Burnie will take place at 11 a.m. today at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Ruff, 74, died March 12 at North Arundel Hospital.

Mr. Ruff was born in Baltimore and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Later, he worked at the Curtis Bay Coast Guard Yard, retiring in 1978.

Mr. Ruff was a member of the Elks Lodge 2266of Glen Burnie, Glen Burnie Moose Lodge 1456, American Legion Post 40, the VFW chapter on Dorsey Road, the Senior Citizens Club of the Moose and the Booster Club of Post 40.

Other interests include travel, woodworking, television and taking part in the activities of his groups.

Survivors include his brother, Franklin E. Ruff of CarolineCounty; and many nieces and nephews.

WALTER H. PYLE

TRUCK DRIVER, 70

Services for retired tractor-trailer driver Walter Howard Pyle ofGlen Burnie, previously of Severn, took place yesterday at the Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Pyle, 70, died March 13 at home after a lengthy illness.

Originally from West Virginia, he worked briefly forAnne Arundel County before accepting a disability retirement.

He was a veteran of World War II and a member of VFW Post 160.

Survivors include Lillian Pyle, his wife of 50 years; two sons, Walter D. Pyle of Gambrills and William C. Pyle of Deltona, Fla.; daughters-in-law, Pam A. Pyle of Gambrills and Kathy A. Pyle of Deltona, Fla.; his sister, Virginia St. Clair of Severn; and five grandchildren.

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