DETOUR — Dorothy Mae Horner, 62, died Sunday at her home. She was the wife ofRay W. Horner Sr. A member of the auxiliary of the American Legion and the VFW, she was formerly employed by Airpax Corp. in Frederick. In addition to her husband, survivors include daughters, Judy A. Bostian of Keymar, Mary S. Gregg of Keysville, Cathy D. Horner of North Carolina, LuAnn Harman of Taneytown and Karen R. Enloe of Frederick; a son, Ray W. Horner Jr. of here; brothers, Dennis Smith, Pierce and Thomas McCrary, all of York, Pa.; 16 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services are at 2 p.m. today at the Woodsboro Funeral Home of D. D. Hartzler.
Janice G. Valentine, 73, died Saturday at Gettysburg Hospital in Pennsylvania. She was the wife of the late Charles Valentine. Survivors include daughters, Nancy L. Hain of Hampstead and Judith K. Breeding of Delaware; three sisters; one brother; three grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
Zeny Zachidny, 75, died Friday at his home. Retired from Black and Decker Corp., he was a veteran of World War II and a member of the American Legion. Survivorsinclude sisters, Anne Bobbitt of Baltimore and Margaret Weaver of West Virginia, and a brother, Zachary Zachidny of San Francisco. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at the Eline Funeral Home, 934 S. Main St.
Charles M. Grimm Sr., 57, died Friday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Carolyn Grimm. Hehad worked for Maryland State Roads. Additional survivors include children, Patricia A. Grimm of Sykesville, Barbara Jean Martin of Hampstead, and Charles Grimm Jr. of Hanover, Pa.; sisters, Mary Smith, Charlotte Fishel and Bessie Kiser, all of Pennsylvania, Martha Nevius ofWestminster, and Rosalie Martin of Hampstead; brothers, Thomas, George and Jacob Grimm, all of Pennsylvania, and Richard Grimm of Upperco; and one granddaughter.
Russell E. Smith, a former resident here, died Friday at Hanover General Hospital in Pennsylvania. He was the husband of Doris M. Smith. He had retired from Black and Decker Corp., where he had been a machinist. In addition to hiswife, survivors include daughters, Nancy Shamer of here, Norma Streight and Judith Johns, both of Hanover; brother, Raymond Smith of Pennsylvania; five grandchildren and one great-great grandson.
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Doris Mae Hannen, 59, died Thursday at Carroll County General Hospital. Her first husband was the late Charles R. Self. Shewas the mother of the late Charles Self. Survivors include her second husband, Evertt Hannen; daughters; Peggy Lee Hammond of here, Rachel Mae Rupff of Union Bridge and Cheryl Swankhammer; sisters; Shirley Seymore and Francis Kellerbauer, both of Ohio; brothers; Richard, Robert, Floyd, Darrell and Eugene Billings, all of Ohio; 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Gladys B. Daniel, 76, died Saturday at Baltimore County General Hospital. Born inCarroll County, she was the wife of the late Joseph G. Daniel and the mother of the late Grant Daniel. Surviving are a son, Glen J. Daniel of Westminster; sister, Mabel Yingling of Westminster; nine grandchildren and one great-grandson.
Samuel LouisGore, 86, died Saturday at his home. He was the husband of the late Harriet L. Jones Gore. Born Louisville, Carroll County, he was a retired streetcar conductor for the Baltimore Transit Co. Survivors include a daughter, Winifred G. Mondimore of Philadelphia and a son, Samuel A. Gore of here; six grandchildren, several of whom live in CarrollCounty,; eight great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. Services and interment will be private. Inquiries may be directed to Eckhardt Funeral Chapel, Owings Mills.
Norma K. Smith, 64, diedMonday at Baltimore County General Hospital. A housewife, she was the wife of Myrl Smith. Additional survivors include children, Barbara A. Christopher of Manchester, Myrl T. Smith Jr. of Arizona, Garry L. Smith of Owings Mills and Kenneth B. Smith of here; sisters, Dorothy Skidmore of Finksburg, Frances Diehl of Randallstown and Brenda Noll of Pennsylvania; brothers, Irvin L. Smith Jr. and Frank Constantine, both of Westminster, and Wayne Constantine of Pennsylvania; and six grandchildren.
Brion L. Bosley, 39, died Friday at Baltimore CountyGeneral Hospital. He was the son of Charles P. and Mary Chew Bosley of here. Before his illness, he had worked as a carpenter. Additionalsurvivors include a beloved companion, Evelene Brown and her daughter, Trina, both of here; sisters, Carolyn Davidson of Manchester, Charlene Sims of Melrose and Jill Snyder of Finksburg; brothers, Gary L. Bosley of Hampstead, Charles P. Bosley Jr. of Finksburg and Mark Bosley of Westminster.