Eleanor H. Bolen
Eleanor Haupt Bolen, a Baltimore native who was a teacher and volunteer chairman of Meals on Wheels in Clemson, S.C., died of cardiac arrest Friday at the age of 69 in Columbia, S.C.
She was a daughter of the late Alfred B. and Emma B. Jones Haupt of Baltimore.
She is survived by her husband, Dr. Claude Waldron Bolen; a daughter, Margaret "Margo" Bolen Burgess of Hopkins, S.C.; and two grandchildren.
A service was held Monday in Clemson.
Lawrence J. Lloyd
Retired truck driver
Services for Lawrence J. Lloyd, a native of Baltimore, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the McEwen Funeral Home in Charlotte, N.C.
Mr. Lloyd, who was 77 and lived in Charlotte for many years, died Sunday of cancer at a hospital there.
He retired in 1975 as a truck driver for the Tennessee Carolina Transportation Co.
During World War II, he was a mechanic in the Army Air Forces.
He is survived by his wife, the former Wilma Powell; four sons, Robert Lloyd of Harrisburg, N.C., Lawrence J. Lloyd Jr. of Morganton, N.C., and Cecil Lloyd and Cecil Lloyd Jr., both of Charlotte; and three daughters, Barbara Gordon and Tammy Lloyd, both of Charlotte, and Edith Cribb of Boger, N.C. Cecil Lloyd Jr. and Tammy Lloyd were grandchildren before Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd legally adopted them.
Mr. Lloyd is also survived by three sisters, Josephine Hinson, Rita Walker and Angela Trumpler, all of the Baltimore area; and 13 other grandchildren.
A Mass of Christian burial for Henrietta Caldwell, who moved from the Baltimore area to Daytona Beach, Fla., in the late 1950s, will be offered at 9:30 a.m. today at St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Belair Road and Willow Avenue in Overlea.
Mrs. Caldwell, who was 97, died Saturday of heart disease at a hospital in Daytona Beach.
The former Henrietta Thiess was a native of Baltimore. Her husband, William T. Caldwell, died in 1949.
She is survived by three sons, Gerard V. Caldwell of Fullerton, Kenneth G. Caldwell of Love Point and Melvin J. Caldwell of Marco Island, Fla.; a daughter, Vera Simmons of Daytona Beach; 20 grandchildren; and many great-grandchildren.
Dr. Moses Paulson
A memorial service for Dr. Moses Paulson, professor emeritus of gastroenterology at the Johns Hopkins medical school and an expert on digestive diseases, will be held at 2 p.m. today in the Tilghman Room of the medical school's Turner Concourse at 720 Rutland Ave.
Dr. Paulson, 95, died Nov. 24 at Roland Park Place of complications from heart disease.
Joseph W. Whitten
Services for Joseph W. Whitten, a retired English teacher who worked part time as a cobbler, will be held at 7 p.m. today at the March Funeral Home, 1101 E. North Ave.
Mr. Whitten died Friday at the age of 65 at Good Samaritan Hospital. He suffered a heart attack while at work at Daisy's One Hour Cleaners and Shoe Repair on Northern Parkway.
Mr. Whitten, who lived at North Wolfe Street, retired two years ago at Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School. He also had taught at City College, Walbrook Senior High School and Gwynns Falls Junior High School after moving to Baltimore in 1978.
He owned his own shoe repair shop on Gwynn Oak Avenue in the early 1980s.
Born in Pulaski, Va., he was a graduate of Bluefield State College in West Virginia and earned a master's degree from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo.
He served in the Army in the late 1940s.
In Kalamazoo, he was an assistant principal and helped to start a weekly that was that city's first black newspaper.
He is survived by his wife, the former Harriett Louise Gundy; a daughter, Precious Whitten of Baltimore; two sisters, Carolyn Boston and Terah Comegys, both of Baltimore; and three grandchildren.