Richard Y. PassanoComputer executiveServices for Richard...

OBITUARIES

April 10, 1992

Richard Y. Passano

Computer executive

Services for Richard Y. Passano, a Maryland native who was national service manager for a computer firm, will be held at 10:30 tomorrow at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Cincinnati.

Mr. Passano, 43, lived in Cincinnati. He died Wednesday of cancer at a hospital there.

For the past year, he worked for Infra-Structure Inc. Before that, starting in 1976, he installed, calibrated and repaired instruments for the Cincinnati water depart- ment.

Earlier, in Baltimore, he worked for companies that set up sound equipment for musicians.

Born in Frederick and reared in Baltimore, he attended Boys' Latin School.

He graduated from Christchurch School in Christchurch, Va., and Betz College in Cincinnati.

He is survived by his wife, the former Catherine Roth; two daughters, Nicole Passano of Baltimore and Louisa Passano of Cincinnati; a son, J. J. Passano of Cincinnati; his father, J. Ferdinand Passano of Hedgesville, W.Va.; and a brother, Louis Passano of Hampstead.

William M. Gould

Retired pharmacist

William M. Gould, a retired pharmacist, died Tuesday of a respiratory illness at Baltimore County General Hospital. He was 90.

Mr. Gould had lived in Stoneleigh for many years before moving to the North Oaks Retirement Community a year ago.

He retired in 1972 as owner of John F. Hancock & Son, a pharmaceutical manufacturing company.

A 1922 graduate of the University of Maryland pharmacy school, he began his career as owner of Gould's Pharmacy in Highlandtown. He sold it after about 20 years but continued to work there part-time even after taking over the manufacturing company.

Born in Sparrows Point, he was a graduate of Sparrows Point High School.

He enjoyed motorboating and was a member of the Baltimore Yacht Club. After his retirement, he was a volunteer for Meals on Wheels.

He is survived by his wife of 56 years, the former Anna Marie Kinnier; a son, Dr. W. Michael Gould of Cockeysville; two daughters, Marguerite Norwood of Towson and Anne Millar of Baltimore; and six grandchildren.

The family will hold a reception for friends starting at 7 p.m. today at North Oaks, 725 Mount Wilson Lane.

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