BALTIMORE — Elizabeth B. Schmidt, 77, died Sunday at Baltimore County General Hospital. A homemaker, she was the wife of Frederick C. Schmidt. Additional survivors include sons, John F. Schmidt of Manchester and Richard C. Schmidt of Hampstead; daughter, Susan E. Schmidt of here; brothers, John Frederick of Ellicott City and Walter M. Frederick of Randallstown; sister, Margaret Gruntman of Florida; and four grandchildren.Services are at 11 a.m. today at Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Liberty and Latham roads here, where she was a member.
Lena M. Janney, 83, died Sunday at Baltimore County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late Nicholas L. Janney. Retired from Hutzler's Department Store, she was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America. Survivors include a daughter, Angela M. Ganey of here, and three grandchildren. A Mass of Christian burial will be at 10 a.m. today at St. Joseph Catholic Church here.
Liliucklani "Lani" Wigand, 38, died April 15 at her home. Before moving here, she had been the Humane Society's director of education in Florida and edited the organization's newsletter. She had moved here a year ago to work for a veterinarian. Survivors include her mother, two brothers, three sisters and a son.
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Paul A. Vosburgh Sr., 70, a former resident here, died April 15 at Ormond Memorial Hospital in Florida. He was the husband of Sylvia Williar Vosburgh. A farmer and truck driver, he had worked for Leaseway Corp. in Baltimore. He had managed Little League baseball here and was a cub master and member of the New Windsor Volunteer Fire Co. Additional survivors include daughters, Rebecca J. Weller of Towson, Linda L. Garver of here, Patricia A. Hess of Littlestown, Pa., and Vicki L. Vosburgh of Florida; son, Paul A. Vosburgh Jr. of West Virginia; sister, H. Louise Geiman of Westminster; brothers, Robert L. Vosburgh of Hagerstownand Bradley E. Vosburgh of Westminster; and eight grandchildren. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. May 2 at Sams Creek Church of the Brethren near here. The family requests memorial contributions to theCarroll County Stroke Club in care of Fran Miller, Carroll County General Hospital, Westminster.
Billy L. Best,63, died Friday at Baltimore County General Hospital. A Baltimore County resident, he was the husband of Elva Best and the father of the late Robert C. Perry. He had been a supervisor with Concrete Pipe andProducts Co. in Virginia. In addition to his wife, survivors includesons, Kenneth and James Best, both of North Carolina, and Randy M. Perry of here; daughters, Miriam "Susie" Dearing of Sykesville and Catherine W. Collins and Rethea E. Foster, both of here; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Stanzie "Burnie" Brothers, 69, died Saturday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of John L. Brothers. A nurse, she had worked at Springfield State Hospital Center. Additional survivors include sons, Master Sgt. Ronald Brothers of North Dakota and John Brothers of Severn;daughters, Frances Loutitt of Pennsylvania and Mary Hayes of Pasadena; sister, Ethel McDowell of South Carolina; five grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at the Haight Funeral Home here.
Ann C. Yarger, 49, died Sunday at her home. She was the daughter of Malinda J. Fortner Donaldsonof Westminster and the late Gib M. Osborne. She was the wife of Roger C. Yarger and the mother of the late Cathy Yarger. Previously, she had been employed at Beacon Steel. In addition to her husband and mother, survivors include a son, Daniel R. Yarger Sr. of Lineboro; sisters, Mary Sawicki of Virginia, Betty Kraft of Manchester and Billie M.Phillips of here; brothers, Thomas Osborne of here and Donald Osborne of Finksburg; and two grandsons. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. today at the Eline Funeral Home, 934 S. Main St., Hampstead.
Donald R. Duncan, 43, a former resident here, diedApril 15 at his home in New York City. He was the son of Loretta Duncan of here and the late Elmer L. Duncan. After completing his doctoral degree in English, he began a career in publishing as an editor and consultant. Additional survivors include an aunt, Kay P. Nichols ofAlabama, and an uncle, Raymond D. Disharoon of Salisbury. The familyrequests memorial contributions to Gay Men Health Crisis, 129 W. 20th St., N.Y., N.Y. 10011.
Mildred Farver Campbell, 78, died Friday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of M. Wilson "Pete" Campbell. A retired inspector for Rowan Controller, she was a member of Westminster United Methodist Church, the Order of the Eastern Star and the Wakefield Valley Golf Club. In addition to her husband, survivors include daughters, Carol C. Danielsen of Roanoke, Va. and Lois C. Glatfelter of New Freedom, Pa.; sister, Erma B. Newhouse of here; and two grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributionsto the church at 165 E. Main St. or to the American Heart Association, 280 E. Main St.