Marie RossoMusic store ownerServices for Marie Rosso, who...

OBITUARIES

April 10, 1992

Marie Rosso

Music store owner

Services for Marie Rosso, who owned a music store in Curtis Bay for many years, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the McCully Funeral Home at 237 E. Patapsco Ave. in Brooklyn.

Mrs. Rosso, who lived in Glen Burnie, died Tuesday of circulatory disease at the Harbor Hospital Center at the age of 78. She retired from operation of the Henry Rosso Music Co. about five years ago but remained owner of the business that she and her husband started in 1947. Mr. Rosso died in 1982.

The former Marie Blahut was a native of Curtis Bay.

She is survived by a son, Frank Rosso Sr. of Glen Burnie; a sister, Sophie Catterton of Linthicum; a brother, James Blahut of Catonsville; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Andrew D. Zeller

Young Orioles fan

Services for Andrew D. Zeller, an avid Baltimore Orioles fan and freshman at Hershey (Pa.) High School, will be held at 1 p.m. today at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hummelstown, Pa., where he lived.

Andrew, 14, who attended Friday's exhibition game at Oriole Park, died Monday of leukemia at a hospital in Hershey. In response to his last wish and as a tribute to him, Andrew's friends and family attended last night's Orioles-Indians game in the Camden Yards ballpark.

The Baltimore native was an acolyte and a member of the youth group at Zion Church.

Andrew played the piano, collected baseball cards and was an outfielder on a team in the Harrisburg Baseball Association. He won a sportsmanship award in 1990.

He is survived by his parents, Kent and LaDonna Zeller of Hummelstown; a sister, Megan Zeller, also of Hummelstown; his paternal grandparents, Harry C. and Evelyn Zeller of Lutherville, and his maternal grandparents, Walter and Violet March of York, Pa.

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Amelia J. Heath

Former teacher

Amelia Josephine Heath, a former elementary school teacher, died March 25 of cancer at the Meridian Nursing Center-Severna Park.

A memorial service for Mrs. Heath, who was 82 and maintained a home in Kailua, Hawaii, but had lived in Annapolis for the past 10 years, was held Sunday at the Taylor Funeral Chapel in Annapolis.

The former Amelia Josephine Celustka was a native of Annapolis and a graduate of what is now Towson State University. She taught at elementary schools in Churchton and Arnold before her marriage in 1937.

Her husband, retired Navy Capt. John Andrew Heath, died in 1976.

She is survived by two sons, James Michael Heath of Perth, Australia, and David Heath of Benicia, Calif.; a sister, Helen Petronilla Celustka of Annapolis; two brothers, Frank Henry Celustka of Boise, Idaho, and retired Navy Capt. Robert Joseph Celustka of Coronado, Calif.; and three grandchildren.

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