Frances K. Brown
Services for homemaker Frances Kerby Brown of Millersville will take place at 1 p.m. today, at the Harundale Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. Brown, 63, died May 1 at her home after a brief illness.
She was originally from Waynesboro, Va., where she attended Greenwood High School, graduating in 1946.
Mrs. Brown was an active member of the Harundale Presbyterian Church. Other interests include crafts.
Survivors include her husband of 45 years, Nathan G. Brown Sr.; her son, Nathan G. Brown Jr., and daughter-in-law Doreen Brown; all of Millersville; a brother, Ernest Kerby of Waynesboro, Va.; Waldemar Schramake of Milwaukee, Wis.; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
James K. Georg
Electrical engineer, 61
Services for James K. Georg of Severn, an electrical engineer with the Nevamar Corp. in Odenton, will take place at 10 a.m. today, at the First Lutheran Church, Odenton Road and Route 100, Odenton.
Mr. Georg, 61, died May 3 of cancer.
He was an active member of the First Lutheran Church in Odenton, holding a number of offices for the congregation. Other interests included travel and home computers.
Survivors include his wife, Barbara Marie Georg; two daughters, Gail Marie McGrath of Lothian and Marjorie Lynn Burtis of Severn; three brothers, Robert Dale Georg of Severn, Roy Georg of Taneytown and Walter Carleton Georg of Severn; two sisters, Martha E. Williams of Lothian and Helen L. Morrison of Severn; and four grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to the First Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 3, Odenton, or the Muscular Dystrophy Association, 30 East Pandonia Road, Timonium, 21093.
Arrangements were by the Hardesty Funeral Home.
Jobe A. Lanehart
Services for private chauffeur Jobe A. "Bunk" Lanehart of Odenton will take place at 10 a.m. today at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery Chapel in Crownsville.
Mr. Lanehart, 65, died April 30 at Johns Hopkins Geriatrics Center after a long illness.
Born in Dott, Pa., Mr. Lanehart was a veteran of World War II. He worked as a private chauffeur for Chris Walker and Associates in Washington, D.C.
His interests included mushroom hunting, traveling and the outdoors.
Survivors include his wife of 46 years, the former Mary Kathleen Harmel; a son, Ralph Lanehart of Wasella, Ala., two daughters, Beverly Shipe of Baker, W. Va. and Carolyn Brock of Fall City, Wash.; two brothers, Eugene Lanehart of Severn and Victor Lanehart of Odenton; three sisters, LaVerne Nelka of Millersville, Ardella Alleman of Gambrills, and Lorraine Harris of Snow Hill; and seven grandchildren.
Arrangements were by the Singleton Funeral Home.
Mary Ann Knaus
Tavern owner, 83
Services for tavern owner Mary Ann Triggs Knaus of Marley Park will take place at 10 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home in Glen Burnie.
Mrs. Knaus, 83, died May 3 at North Arundel Hospital after a brief illness.
She had owned Triggs Tavern in Marley Park since 1948.
Her interests included reading.
Her husband, Henry P. Knaus, died in 1957.
Survivors include two sons, Sam Triggs and John Knaus, both of Glen Burnie; two daughters, Mary A. Farrell of Marley Park and Rose Summers of Pasadena; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.