Lena Newell

Obituaries

Homemaker, 100

March 25, 1992

Services for homemaker Lena Newell of Baltimore will take place at the Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home at 11 a.m. today.

Mrs. Newell, 100, died March 23 of heart failure at North Arundel Hospital in Glen Burnie.

She was originally from Portadown, Ireland, and moved to Baltimore in 1920.

Mrs. Newell was a member of the Huntington Baptist Church in Baltimore. Her other interests included gardening.

Her husband, William James Newell, died in 1961.

Mrs. Newell is survived bytwo daughters, Doris Hazel Myers of Severna Park and Eileen N. Wilson of Glen Burnie; and many nieces and nephews.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Huntington Baptist Church, 400 E. 31st St., Baltimore 21218.

ANTHONY J. GARGIULO

MAIL CLERK, 81

A Mass of Christian burial for retired mail clerk Anthony Joseph Gargiulo Sr. of Edgewater will be offered at 10 a.m. today, at Our Lady of Perpetual HelpCatholic Church, 515 Loch Haven Road, Edgewater.

Mr. Gargiulo, 81, died March 21 at the Fairfield Convalescent Center after a lengthy illness.

He was born in Brooklyn and later worked as a mail clerk for the Veteran's Administration Hospital in Northpoint, Long Island.

He was a member of the Our Lady of Perpetual Help congregation, as well as the Men's Club at the church. Other interests included gardening.

Survivors include his wife, Florence Mae Gargiulo, and daughter, Marie Merton, both of Edgewater; a son, Anthony J. Gargiulo of Charlotte, N.C.; his step-mother, Marie Gargiulo of New York; a brother, George Gargiulo of Queens, N.Y.; two sisters, Margaret and Loretta Lescio, both of Long Island; and five grandchildren.

Memorials may be made to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church.

Arrangements were by the Hardesty Funeral Home of Annapolis.

WILLIAM GALLO JR.

TECHNICIAN, 69

Services for William Arthur Gallo Jr. of Davidsonville will take place at noon today, at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Annapolis.

Mr. Gallo, 69, died March 21 of heart failure at home.

He was originally from New York City.

Mr. Gallo was an electronics technician for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration,at the Goddard Space Center facility in Greenbelt. During his career, he received several awards for his performance. His interests included computers and electronics.

Survivors include his wife, Sally K. Gallo; and two brothers, Louis Gallo of Leesburg, Va., and Cono Gallo of New York City.

BERTHA M. KELLY

RECEPTIONIST, 85

Services forBertha Marie Kelly of Glen Burnie took place at the Kirkley Funeral Home yesterday.

Mrs. Kelly, 85, died March 21 at her home after a lengthy illness.

Originally from Kingwood, W.Va., she worked as a receptionist for over 30 years at her daughter's barber shop in Glen Burnie.

She was an active member of the Republican Party. Other interests included gardening, the arts and crafts.

Mrs. Kelly is survived by two children, Nellie Wagner of Dundalk and Betty E. Kelly ofGlen Burnie; and four sisters, Nellie Wagner of Dundalk, Elise Wellsof Pataskala, Ohio, Donna Jennings of Brewston Mills, W.Va., and Ruby Ringer of Accident, Garrett County.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of the Chesapeake.

FERDINAND A. RIES

LITHO STRIPPER, 56

Services for Ferdinand A. Ries of Glen Burnie took place March 23 at the Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Ries, 56, died March 20 of cancer at North Arundel Hospital.

Born in Baltimore, he attended City High School and was employed as a litho stripper by Fontana Litho.

Mr. Ries served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War.

His interests included letter work and reading.

Survivors include his wife of 33 years, the former Patricia Belzner of Glen Burnie; three daughters, Victoria Michaelene Trivella of New Harford, Conn., Christine Alberta Ries of Severna Park, and Valerie Ann Grail ofGlen Burnie; a granddaughter; and step-father, James M. Carr of GlenBurnie.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American CancerSociety, North Arundel Unit, P.O. Box 1347, Glen Burnie 21060.

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