Clyde Morrison


Tile Setter, 65

March 31, 1992|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationhasn't been published about someone in your family who has passed away, please call The Anne Arundel County Sun at 761-1732 or 332-6211 or (800) 829-8000, Ext. 6211; you may also fax your information to us at 332-6677.

Services for retired tile setter Clyde Morrison of Severn will take place at 10 a.m. tomorrow, at the First Lutheran Church in Odenton.

Mr. Morrison, 65, died March 29 of cardiac arrest at North Arundel Hospital.

He served in the U.S. Army during World War II, and was a member of First Lutheran Church.

Other interests included crabbing and fishing.

Survivors include his wife, Helen L. Morrison; and two sisters, Grace Schultz of Calverton and Doris Kemp of Upper Marlboro.

Memorial contributions may be made to the church.

Arrangements were by the Hardesty Funeral Home of Gambrills.



Services for James Michael Hall of Severna Park, a sergeant in the Maryland National Guard, will take place at 11 a.m. tomorrow, at the Barranco and Sons Funeral Home.

Visitation will take place at the funeral home between 2 and 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today.

Sgt. Hall, 26, died from injuries sustained March 28 in a rappelling accident during a demonstration near Ellicott City.

He was born in Yokosuka, Japan, and graduated from Severna Park High School in 1984.

Sgt. Hall, who also held several jobs in the Severna Park area, was amember of the Maryland National Guard's Company A, 2nd Battalion, 115th Infantry, based in Glen Burnie.

A qualified marksman, Sgt. Hall was an acknowledged master of the rock-climbing technique known as rappelling. He had demonstrated it around the country and in Canada and Britain.

Other interests included wood carving. He carved an American eagle that is on display at the Guard's Glen Burnie headquarters.

Sgt. Hall was a member of the St. John's congregation.

Survivors include his mother, Pat A. Hall of Severna Park; his father, retired Navy Chief George Hall Jr. of Bowie; a daughter, Latoya Truxtonof Severn; a brother, George Hall of Arnold; three sisters, Theresa Smith of Severna Park, Judy Greisz of Pocomoke, and Mary Schaeffer ofLos Angles, Calif.; and two grandparents, Isabella Fehn of Englewood, Fla., and Maude Willoughby of Pocomoke.



Services for homemaker Gloria M. Anderson of Glen Burnie will take place at the Kirkley Funeral Home at 2 p.m. today.

Mrs. Anderson, 64, died March 28 at North Arundel Hospital after a brief illness.

Originally from Baltimore, her interests included bowling, playing cards and television.

Survivors include her son, Aca A. Anderson III of Glen Burnie; and four grandchildren.



Services for homemaker Freda K. Miller of Glen Burnie will take place at noon tomorrow at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mrs. Miller, 77, died March 28 at North Arundel Hospital after a brief illness.

She was born in Kentucky and was a member of the Church of Christ congregation in Ferndale.

Her interests included sewing and gardening.

Survivors include a son, Charles L. Miller; and two grandchildren, Charles D. Miller and Steven A. Miller of Pasadena.



Services took place yesterday for retired custodian Mary Frances Jones of Pasadena at the Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.

Mrs. Jones, 69, died March 27 of heart failure at North Arundel Hospital.

She was born in Davison, Tenn., and raised in La Follette, Tenn. She lived in Pasadena since 1959.

Sheworked for the Anne Arundel County school board for 13 years, retiring in 1988.

Mrs. Jones was a member of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary and the Magothy Beach Rod and Reel Club. Other interests included fishing and camping.

Survivors include three sons, William Ray Wilson of Centreville, Gary Eugene Jones of Glen Burnie, and JohnPaul Jones of Hanover; three daughters, Mary Lou Austin of Millersville, Brenda Gail Elliott of Pasadena, and Jackie Austin of Glen Burnie; 14 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.

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