Daniel Wiggington


Businessman, 56

March 19, 1992

Services for businessman Daniel B. Wiggington Sr. of Glen Burnie will take place at 1 p.m., March 19, at the Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Wiggington, 56, died March 17 of a stroke at North Arundel Hospital.

Originally from Baltimore, he attended City High School, and was a member of the U.S. Naval Reserve.

For the last 16 years, he was the owner of Danco Services, Ltd., a heating service and air conditioning repair business.

Mr. Wiggington was a member of the Marley Methodist Church, the Masonic Order no. 213, Arundel Chapter 30 of the Order of the Eastern Star, the Annapolis Forrest, the Shriners, and Euclid Council no. 13. He also served as a Deputy Sherrif for Anne Arundel County.

Other interests included cooking, talking with people, hunting, skin diving, and camping.

Survivors include his wife of34 years, the former Alberta A. Krichton; four sons, Daniel B. Wiggington Jr. of Pasadena; Scott A. Wiggington, Troy D. Wiggington, and Craig S. Wiggington, all of Glen Burnie; a brother, Melvin Taylor of Baltimore County; three grandchildren; his parents-in-law, Virginia and Albert Krichton, and his brother-in-law, Leonard Krichton; all of Baltimore City.

Memorial donations may be made to the Marley UnitedMethodist Church.



Services for electrician Donald Kent Gregory of Arnold will take place at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow, at the Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.

Mr. Gregory, 53, died March 18 of a heart attack at the Anne Arundel Medical Center.

He was born and raised in Baltimore, where he attended Southern High School.

Mr. Gregory served in the U.S. Navy between 1955 and 1958.

He worked for the Westinghouse Advanced Technology Laboratory in Linthicum. Before that, he had been with Local 24 ofthe International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

A member of the Davidsonville Horsehoe Club, Mr. Gregory also enjoyed reading.

Survivors include his wife of 31 years, the former Janice Emmons, and a son, Donald Gregory, both at home; two daughters, Brenda Finnertyand Karen Vohs, both of Pasadena; and four grandchildren.



Services for construction worker Aaron Roger "Skip" Duckworth of Crownsville took March 18, at the Singletons Funeral Home chapel.

Mr. Duckworth, 32, died March 16 of suffocation in an industrial accident in Crownsville.

His interests included collecting bottles.

He is survived by a daughter, Glenda Duckworth of Prince Anne County; three sisters, Amber Seymer of Arbutus, Sarah Lucas of

Crisfield, and Lori Duckworth of Brooklyn; his parents, Fred R. and Betty Duckworth; and his uncle and aunt, David and Ida Duckworth, all of Glen Burnie.



Servicesfor Jack Edward Fontz of Ferndale, a truck driver and warehouseman, will take place at 9:30 a.m. March 19, at the Singletons Funeral Home.

Mr. Fontz, 61, died of cancer March 16 at his home.

Originally from Baltimore, he worked for Western Auto for 26 years, retiring in 1981.

He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.

Mr. Fontz's interests included hunting, fishing and crabbing.

Survivorsinclude his wife of 38 years, the former Celeste M. Coale; a daughter, Michele Gray of Pasadena; a brother, Louis Fontz of Rivera Beach; a sister, Betty Hylton of Point Pleasant; and two grandchildren.



Services for retired carpenter James A. "Dick" Hardesty, will take place at 11 a.m. March 19, at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 905 Galesville Road, Galesville.

Mr. Hardesty, 77, died March 17 at Anne Arundel Medical Center after a lengthy illness.

During his career, Mr. Hardesty worked with several construction firms in the area. He also worked part time at Park's Liquors.

Mr. Hardesty was a member of the Deale Volunteer Fire Department and served as its chief.

Survivors include his wife, Marie Phipps Hardesty; a son, Richard L. Hardesty Sr. of Deale; and two grandchildren.

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