Richard Schneider


Draftsman, 64

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Services for retired draftsman Richard Schneider of Pasadena took place yesterday at the Singleton Funeral Home.

Mr. Schneider, 64, died April 24 of heart failure at North Arundel Hospital.

He was born and raised in Wisconsin, and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He later worked for Kemp Manufacturing until hisretirement in September 1990.

Mr. Schneider was an active member of the Atonement Evangelical Lutheran Church. Other interests included wood-working and home improvements.

Survivors include his wife of 41 years, Rhona W. Schneider; a son, David P. Schneider of Springfield, Va.; and a sister, Margie DeBartello of Wisconsin.



Services for David Bothwell Ferris Jr. of Glen Burnie, a vice president with the Mercantile Bank and Trust Co., will take place at noon today, at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel.

Mr. Ferris, 59, died suddenly April 24, at North Arundel Hospital.

He was born and raised in Auburn, N.Y., and graduated from the University of Maryland in 1958. He also served in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Mr. Ferris' interests included traveling, reading, sports and astronomy.

Survivors include his wife, the former Joan D. Daley; a son, David Bothwell Ferris Jr. of Severna Park; a daughter, Karen F. Kellner of Baltimore; two brothers, Jeffrey Ferris of Skaneateles, N.Y., and James Ferris of Colton, N.Y.; two sisters, Mary Mason of Jacksonville, Fla., and Nancy Wait of Auburn, N.Y.; three grandchildren; daughter-in-law Susan Ferris of Severna Park; and son-in-law William Kellner of Baltimore.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, North Arundel Unit, P.O. Box 1347, Glen Burnie,Md. 21601.



A Mass of Christian burial for William Francis "Reds" Antlitz Sr. of South Baltimore, formerly of Harmans, was offered yesterday at St. John the Evangelist Church in Severna Park.

Mr. Antlitz, 66, died April 23 of a heart attack at his home.

He was born and raised in Locust Point. Mr. Antlitz served with the U.S Marines during World War II.

He retired six years ago after a 38-year-career as a research analyst with the W. R. Grace Research Center in Columbia.

He belonged to the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church. Other interests included softball.

Survivors include a son, William F. Antlitz Jr., and a daughter, Janice Dickinson, both of Severna Park; three brothers, John Antlitz of Eldersburg,James Antlitz and Joseph Antlitz, and a sister, Doris Konig, all of Baltimore; five grandchildren; and a niece, Susan Sands of South Baltimore.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.

Arrangements were made by the Barranco and Sons SevernaPark Funeral Home.



A Mass of Christian burial for Joseph Peter Catterino, a retired vice president in charge of purchasing for the Yankee Engineering Co., will be offered at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church at 9 a.m. today.

Mr. Catterino, 70, died yesterday at the Fort Howard Veterans Administration Hospital after a lengthy illness.

He was born and raised in Syracuse,N.Y., and attended Syracuse University. Mr. Catterino served in the U.S. military during World War II.

He was a lifetime member of theDisabled American Veterans organization, of the Musicians Local No. 78 in Syracuse and the congregation of St. Andrew's by the Bay.

Other interests included fishing, crabbing, baseball, music and sports.

Survivors include his wife of 27 years, Irene G. Catterino; a daughter, Carole Taylor of New York; four sons, Philip R. Catterino of New York, James C. Catterino, Joseph M. Catterino and Michael S. Catterino, all of Glen Burnie; and seven grandchildren.

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