ELKRIDGE — Philip T. Vail Jr., 74, died Saturday at St. Agnes Hospital. A Howard County resident, he was the husband of Dorothy Lycett Vail. He was a retired electrician. Additional survivors include a son, Philip R. Vail III of Gamber; daughter, Peggy D. Jones of Mount Airy; brothers Roy A. Vail of Georgia and Arthur E. Vail of Arbutus; sisters, MarionHendricks and Dorothy Coonan, both of Ellicott City, and Carol Langmeade of Catonsville; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at the Hubbard Funeral Home, 4107 Wilkens Ave., Baltimore.
Martha A. Stevens, 69, died Sunday at Frederick Memorial Hospital. A Frederick County resident, she was the wife of Raymond W. StevensSr. She was the mother of the late Raymond W. Stevens Jr. and David W. Stevens. In addition to her husband, survivors include a daughter,Martha Millender of Hampstead; sons, Wilbur, Wilson and Daniel Stevens, all of Frederick County; nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Services are at 10:30 a.m. today at the Woodsboro Funeral Home of D. D. Hartzler.
Ethel B. Trump, 82, diedFriday at the Westminster Nursing and Convalescent Home. She was thewife of the late Charles R. Trump and the mother of the late DouglasTrump and Donald May. Retired from the Manchester Sewing Factory, she was a member of Trinity United Church of Christ. Survivors include sons, Gregory Trump of Clarksville, Roland Trump of here, Dennis Trump of Lineboro and Paul May of Nebraska; brother, Charles Masemore of Thurmont; sister, Treva Fishpaw of Frederick; 10 grandchildren and 11great-grandchildren.
Enid M. Medinger, 91, died Thursday at Fairhaven Retirement Community. A secretary, she was the wife of the late Irwin D. Medinger. Surviving are sons, Irwin T. Medinger of Baltimore and Alan P. Medinger of Towson; five grandchildren andtwo great-grandchildren.
Arthur H. Keeney, 65, died Saturday at Pleasant View Nursing Home in Mount Airy. A U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, he formerly worked for Cambridge Rubber Co. Survivors include his stepmother, Pauline Keeney of Union Bridge;brother, Charles Keeney of Rocky Ridge; sister, Dorothy Gilbride of Laurel; stepbrothers and stepsisters, Ray Lescalleet of Thurmont, Betty Moser and Richard Lescalleet, both of Keymar, Jimmy Lescalleet of here, Mary Royer of New Jersey, Harvey and Paul Keeney, both of Frederick County.
Richard L. Shilling, 77, a former resident here, died Friday at Orlando Hospital in Florida. He was the husband of Ruby Weller Shilling. Retired from Shilling Brothers Canning Factory, he had moved to Florida in 1959. Survivors include sons, Joseph L. Shilling of Kent Island, and R. Edward Shilling, Carroll school superintendent, of here; daughters, Sandra Davis of Florida,and Jane Dinterman of here; sisters, Virginia Gray and Elizabeth Weller, both of Florida, and Louise Evans of Finksburg; 18 grandchildrenand 18 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Carrollton Church of God, Bethel Road, Finksburg. Friends may call at the church from noon until the time of the service. The family requests contributions to the American Heart Association.
JohnH. Stoner, 70, died Sunday at his home. He had retired from United Tuc Machinery Co. Surviving are a sister, Romaine Hare of here; stepsisters, Daisy Feeser of here and Hattie Staub of New Windsor, stepbrothers, Roy Wildasin of Hanover, Pa., and Walter Wildasin of West Virginia. Services are at 1:30 p.m. today at the Eline Funeral Home, 934 S. Main St., Hampstead.
Richard E. Corbin, 81, died Saturday at hishome. He was the husband of Maude Myers Corbin. A retired builder, he also was a real estate agent and a charter member of Pleasant Valley Fire Department. Additional survivors include a daughter, Carolyn Seabolt to here; sisters, Mabel Corbin of Florida and Pearl Helwig of here; brothers, Herbert and Raymond Corbin, both of here, Woodrow Corbin of Mount Airy and Edward Corbin of Prince George's County; and one granddaughter.
Marie A. Wright, 88, died Sunday at Lorien Nursing Home in Columbia. She was the wife of the late Chester W. Wright. Aretired nurse, she was a member of the Eastern Star. Several nieces and nephews survive.
Helen M. Kirk, 70, died Sunday at her New Jersey home. She was the wife of the late Paul K. Kirk. Surviving are daughters, Susan Robertson of Union Bridge and Marilyn Beutel of here; son, Kenneth Kirk of Colorado; four sisters and four grandchildren. A Mass of Christian burial will be at 10 a.m today at Sacred Heart Church in Glyndon.
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