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April 10, 1992

Robert E. Moore Sr.

Mechanical contractor

Robert E. Moore Sr., a retired mechanical contractor, died Sunday of cancer at his home in Port Richey, Fla.

A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Moore, who was 72, was offered yesterday at St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church in Hudson, Fla.

He moved to Florida 10 years ago after retiring as owner of Custom Mechanical Corp. Before starting his business, he worked for Poole & Kent Co.

Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of St. Martin's School and attended the Polytechnic Institute.

His first wife, the former Marie Dimler, died in 1978.

He is survived by his wife, the former Gloria P. Farr; a son, Robert E. Moore Jr. of Spring Hill, Fla.; a daughter, Karen Moore of Port Richey; a stepson, Bernard Myers of Yardley, Pa.; a sister, Elaine Aliff of Baltimore; and four grandchildren.

Dolores Henderson

Medical secretary

Dolores Joanne Henderson, who worked for 27 years as a medical secretary before her retirement in 1988, died of a stroke Saturday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She was 67.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered Tuesday at St. William of York Roman Catholic Church.

A Baltimore County native and a graduate of Western High School, she married Donald Henderson in 1943 and settled in Woodlawn. Mr. Henderson died in 1988.

Mrs. Henderson played golf at Diamond Ridge and Carroll Park and bowled with the Little Women Bowling League in Catonsville. She also enjoyed playing cards. Her memberships included the Honeybees Social Club of Woodlawn, the Towson Women of the Moose and the Towson Rebels.

Survivors include a brother, Thomas McShane of Catonsville; four sisters, Mary McGee of Delaware, Theresa Connor of Towson, Loretta Rae of Woodlawn and Leontia Strain of Kentucky; a daughter, Gail Schroeder of Pennsylvania; a son, Donald Henderson of Towson; and five grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the American Heart Association of Maryland.

Thomas H. MItchell

Engineer on ships

A Mass of Christian burial for Thomas H. Mitchell, an engineer aboard merchant ships who was lost overboard while duck hunting January 14, will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church, Baltimore National Pike and St. Agnes Lane in Catonsville.

Mr. Mitchell, 39, lived on Newfield Avenue in Catonsville.

He was lost when a boat capsized in Eastern Bay. Three other duck hunters and a guide who were with him were able to hang on to the boat until help arrived. Mr. Mitchell's body was recovered from the shore of Bodkin Island Tuesday.

Born in Baltimore and a 1970 graduate of Cardinal Gibbons High School, he was a 1977 graduate of the Calhoun M.E.B.A. Engineering School.

As a marine engineer on merchant ships, he was licensed as a first assistant engineer.

He enojoyed both waterfowl hunting and freshwater fishing.

He is survived by his wife, the former Julia Turner; two sons, Matthew and Evan Mitchell, both of Catonsville; his parents, Donald and Elizabeth Mitchell of Salisbury; a brother, Gregory C. Mitchell of Catonsville, and a sister, Nancy J. Rock of Towson.

Carlos Fahrmeier

Tax preparer

Carlos Barnes Fahrmeier, a former secretary to the president of McCormick & Co. who was in the business of preparing tax returns, died March 28 of cancer at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 68.

Mrs. Fahrmeier lived on Bardeen Court in Towson.

She took an H&R Block tax accounting course in 1968 and briefly managed the company's Govans office before becoming associated with the Robert Culver Hazard tax and bookkeeping service in Hereford and Towson.

She had operated her own business since last year.

She worked for McCormick from 1945 to 1952.

Born in Trappe, the former Carlos Barnes was valedictorian of the class of 1941 at Eastern High School.

She attended the University of Maryland and graduated with honors from the Bard Avon Business School.

L In 1951, she married Wilbert H. Fahrmeier, who died in 1982.

She is survived by a son, David Barnes Fahrmeier of Towson, and two granddaughters.

Services were private. The family suggested memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society.

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