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Homemaker, 71

April 24, 1992|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationhasn't been published about someone in your family who has passed away, please call The Anne Arundel County Sun at 761-1732 or 332-6211 or (800) 829-8000, Ext. 6211; you may also fax your information to us at 332-6677.

A Mass of Christian burial for homemaker Theresa Rita De Angelis Bartholomew of Glen Burnie was offered April 23, at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church.

Mrs. Bartholomew, 71, died of heart failure April 21 at her home.

She was born and raised in Baltimore, graduating from the St. Catherine's parochial school in 1939.

Mrs. Bartholomew was a member of the St. Philip Neri congregation. She also belonged to the Sodalityand Catholic Daughters organizations at the church.

Other interests included her family and grandchildren, listening to baseball games, baby sitting, spending time with the children in her neighborhood, and cooking.

She is survived by Walter A. Bartholomew, her husbandof 44 years; three children, Walter M. Bartholomew and Paul W. Bartholomew, both of Millersville, and John C. Bartholomew of Glen Burnie;and seven grandchildren.

Arrangements were by the Singleton Funeral Home.

MIRIAM A. BUTLER

HOMEMAKER, 76

Services for homemaker Miriam A. "Mimi" Butler of Severna Park will take place at 11 a.m. April24 at the Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.

Mrs. Butler, 76, died April 20 at Anne Arundel Medical College after a lengthy illness.

Originally from Springfield, Ohio, she married Howard E. Butler in 1935, and lived in Riviera Beach from 1949 to 1956, before moving to Severna Park.

Mrs. Butler was a charter member of the Severna Park United Methodist Church. She also belonged to the PasadenaUnited Methodist Church.

Her husband died in 1982.

Survivors include two sons, William A. Butler of Towson and Kent E. Butler of Severna Park; two daughters, Jeanne Parrino of Severna Park and Linda Macey of Glen Burnie; two sisters, Marle Martin and Ruth Greene, both of Xenia, Ohio; and nine grandchildren.

Memorial contributions maybe made to the American Lung Association.

Arrangements were by the American Lung Association.

JOHN L. MARKS

ELECTRICIAN, 70

Services for retired electrician John Louis Marks of Edgewater took place April 22, at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Annapolis.

Mr. Marks, 70, died of cancer April 20 at his home.

Originally from Washington, D.C., he retired in 1986 from his position as an electrician with Amtrak, in Washington.

Survivors include his wife, Doris A. Marks; three sons, John S. Marks, Thomas L. Marks and James L. Marks, all of Edgewater; a daughter, Helene McCauley of Cordova; two foster sons, Glenn Johnson of Laurel and Douglas Johnson of California; and three grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice Foundation of Anne Arundel Medical Center, Franklin and Cathedral streets, Annapolis, Md. 21401.

JOHN D. IRWIN SR.

MACHINIST, 81

Services for retired machinist John Deyell Irwin Sr. of Linthicum took place April 22 at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray, Va.

Mr. Irwin, 81, died April 19 at the Wells Spring Nursing Center.

He was originally from Luray, and went to the Ridgely High School in West Virginia, where he was active in sports.

Mr. Irwin worked for the Western Maryland Railroad for 38 years, until his retirement in January 1975. He also served in the U.S. Army before World War II.

His interests included hunting, fishing and watching sports, especially the WashingtonRedskins.

He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Mabel Marie Aller.

Survivors include a son, John D. Irwin Jr. of Middle River; three daughters, Jane L. Lehman of Baltimore, and Mary L. Laughter and Martha A. Ward, both of Glen Burnie; a brother, W. Lewis Irwin of Luray, Va.; three sisters, Naomi Haniger of Dublin, Ohio, HelenDadisman of Luray, Va., and Marie Lanman of Columbus, Ohio; seven grandsons and one great-granddaughter.

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