Anthony T. YorkBand director, teacherServices for Anthony...


April 02, 1992

Anthony T. York

Band director, teacher

Services for Anthony T. York, who had been band director and a music teacher at Fallston High School since 1988, will be held at 1:30 p.m. today at Woolford Memorial Baptist Church, 1710 Delvale Ave., Dundalk.

Mr. York, who was 29, died of cancer Monday at his home on Whiteworth Road in Jacksonville.

Under Mr. York's five-year plan for improvements in the music program at Fallston, the jazz band performs at all home games of the boys' basketball team and the main band turns down invitations to competitions in order to perform at home football games.

Mr. York played the French horn with a Baltimore quintet called Brass Reflections.

The native of Monterey, Tenn., attended Campbell University in North Carolina before moving to the Baltimore area and completing his education at Towson State University, where he graduated with a degree in music education in 1988.

Earlier, he had played for a year in Virginia with the Virginia Beach Pops Orchestra.

At Woolford Memorial Baptist Church, Mr. York was a deacon, taught a Bible study class, sang in the choir and played the horn at special services.

He is survived by his wife, the former Victoria Heggie; a daughter, Heather, and a son, Michael, both of Jacksonville; his mother, Janice York of Virginia Beach; a brother, Durward York of Virginia Beach; two sisters, Dawn Rodrigeuz of Midway City, Okla., and Christina York of Virginia Beach; and his grandmothers, Iva York of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Elease Carter of Crossville, Tenn.

Stephanie Troupe

Rodgers Forge resident

Services for Stephanie Murphy Troupe, a retired real estate agent, will be held at 11 a.m. today at St. David's Episcopal Church, 4700 Roland Ave.

The Rodgers Forge resident died Monday of respiratory illness at Stella Maris Hospice. She was 69.

Mrs. Troupe worked for several real estate firms before retiring about five years ago.

She had been employed by the Bendix Radio Division in Towson during World War II. As a young woman, she modeled clothing at local department stores.

The former Stephanie Murphy was a native of Baltimore. She was a granddaughter of Ned Hanlon, manager of the pennant-winning Orioles of the 1890s.

She was educated at what is now Notre Dame Preparatory School and College of Notre Dame of Maryland.

She is survived by her husband, Baker Hull Troupe; four sons, James Patrick Graham IV of Annapolis, Michael Hanlon Graham and Daniel Kelly Graham, both of Baltimore,and Stephen Murphy Graham of Columbia; three brothers, Clarke Murphy Jr. and E. Hanlon Murphy, both of Baltimore, and John T. Murphy II of Charlotte, N.C.; two sisters, Jane M. Kearns of Milwaukee and Celestine M. Hoffman of Wycoff, N.J.; and eight grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial contributions to Associated Catholic Charities.

Shirley Goodwin

Former Jessup resident

Graveside services for Shirley King Goodwin, a retired employee of a medical equipment company in Savage, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Downing Cemetery in Oak Hall, on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

The resident of New Church, Va., who was 56, died Monday of heart disease at the Peninsula General Hospital in Salisbury.

Mrs. Goodwin had long lived in Jessup. She and her husband, Garland Goodwin, moved to their home in New Church after her retirement in December. Mrs. Goodwin had worked for 19 years for the Baxter Health Care Corp. in Savage.

The former Shirley King was a native of Roanoke, Va.

In addition to her husband, survivors include a daughter, Joanne Lapole of New Church; two sons, Jesse Goodwin and Garland Goodwin Jr., also of New Church; two sisters, Lelia Sweet and Jessie L. Hale, both of Roanoke; and six grandchildren.

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