Brian C. Mature

OBITUARIES

Grocery Clerk, 20

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Services for grocery clerk Brian C. Mature will take place at 8 p.m.today, at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Mature, 20, died April 27of complications stemming from an auto accident, at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Originally from Baltimore, he worked at the Fort Meade Commissary.

His interests included bowling and the movies.

He is survivedby three brothers, Timothy Mature of Crowns

ville, Kenneth Matureand Charles Mature, both of Brooklyn; a sister, Pamela Mature or Brooklyn; his father, Robert J. Mature of Brooklyn; his mother, Jane Ridgeway Mature of Annapolis; his step-mother, Winifred L. Eckenrode-Mature of Brooklyn; and his great-grandmother, Patricia Bateman of Crofton.

CHARLES LINDEMAN

FINANCIAL ANALYST, 63

Services for retired NASA financial analyst Charles "Otts" Lindeman of DeLand, Fla., formerly of Crofton, will take place at 11 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel.

Mr. Lindeman, 63, died April 26 of lung cancer, atWest Volusia Hospital.

Born and raised in Baltimore, he attended both the Polytechnic Institute of Baltimore, and the University of Baltimore, graduating in 1952.

He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, and later worked for NASA for 25 years, retiring in 1984.

Mr. Lindeman was a member of the Masonic Lodge No. 152 of Waverly,the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, S.J., USA, the Shriners Boumi Temple A.A.O.N.M.S, the DeLand Bridge Club and the DeLand Country Club.

Survivors include his wife of 29 years, the former Lorelle Willis; a sister, Anna Marie Herb of Baltimore; and many nieces and nephews.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society,North Arundel Unit, P.O. Box 1347, Glen Burnie, Md. 21061.

CHARLES L. DAVIDSON

CONTRACTOR, 31

Services for Charles Lee Davidson of Glen Burnie, a dry wall contractor for Arden Construction, will take place at 10 a.m. today, at the Kirkley Funeral Home.

Mr. Davidson, 31, died suddenly in Crownsville.

He was originally from Baltimore.

Survivors include two sisters, Betty Jean Davidson of Severn and Bridget A. Hall of Dover, Del.; and his parents, Bill A. Davidson of Crownsville and Isabel O. DeForest Davidson of Glen Burnie.

DONALD L. TREESE

SOLDIER, 18

Services for Pvt. Donald L. "Chip" Treese of Fort Riley, Kan., originally from Hanover, will take place at 1 p.m. today, at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel.

Private Treese, 18, died April 26 at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas of injuries sustained in an auto accident.

Originally from Manassas, Va., he had been in the Army nine months, based at Fort Riley after basic training in Fort Jackson, S.C.

He is survived by his parents, Donald L. and Kathy Ann Treese; two sisters, Shannon L. Treese and Ann M. Treese, all of Hanover; his maternal grandparents, Clymer and Anna Bitner of Oklahoma; and his paternal grandparents, John M. Treese of Oklahoma and ClaraR. Treese of Williamsport, Pa.

JOSEPH P. CATTERINO

EXECUTIVE, 70

A Mass of Christian burial for Joseph Peter Catterino, a retired vicepresident in charge of purchasing for the Yankee Engineering Co., was offered at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church April 28.

Mr. Catterino, 70, died April 24 at the Fort Howard Veterans Administration Hospital after a lengthy illness.

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

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

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 GlenBurnie; and seven grandchildren.

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