Robert G. Bounds
Services for Robert G. Bounds, who retired in 1970 as a manufacturing supervisor for the Martin Marietta Corp., will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Callahan-Edfast Mortuary in Grand Junction, Colo.
The Grand Junction resident died Tuesday at a hospital in Delta, Colo., after a heart attack. He was 83.
He was transferred by Martin's from Middle River to Denver nearly 35 years ago.
A native of Sykesville, he was a graduate of the old Blue Ridge College.
Mr. Bounds was a Mason and member of Boumi Temple while living in Baltimore. Recently, he was a member of El Jebel Temple.
His first wife, the former Charlotte German, died in 1969.
He is survived by his wife, the former Louise Elizabeth Abshere; two daughters, Lou Ann Laurance of Virginia Beach and Dixie Clathis of Grand Junction; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Western Colorado Shrine Club Travel Fund for Crippled children, Post Office Box 2501, Grand Junction, Colo. 81502.
Marie Ann Barnes
Marie Ann Barnes, assistant principal of Trinity School near Ellicott City, died of a heart attack April 20 at the Washington Adventist Hospital in Silver Spring. She was 47.
Know as Mitzi, the former Marie Ann Lank grew up in Delaware and graduated from the University of Delaware. She received a master's degree in education from Towson State University.
Before joining Trinity School faculty in 1972, she taught in Delaware public schools and at St. Ursula's School in Parkville. She became assistant principal at Trinity in 1987.
Survivors include her daughter, Maura Barnes of Columbia; her father, Francis E. Lank of Wilmington, Del.; and a brother, Jerome Lank, also of Wilmington.
Services were held at Trinity School April 22. A Mass of Christian burial was offered April 23 in Delaware. The family suggested memorial contributions to the Trinity School Scholarship Fund.
Mathew Aydelotte Jr.
Mathew "Mat" Aydelotte Jr., a partner in a Salisbury engineering firm and avid surf fisherman, died April 23 of a heart attack while fishing in Cape Hatteras, N.C.
He was 54 and lived in Delmar.
The Salisbury native was vice president, partner and member of the board of directors of Davis Bowen and Freidel.
Born in Salisbury, he earned an engineering degree at the University of Delaware in 1972.
Mr. Aydelotte is survived by his wife, Sandra Livingston Aydelotte of Delmar; three daughters, Johanna K. Melchoire of Bridgewater, Maine, and Jennifer C. Aydelotte and Julie K. Dill of Delmar; a sister, Catharine "Kitty" Smith of Delmar; two nieces; a nephew; and a great-niece.
A service for Mr. Aydelotte was held April 28 in Salisbury.
The family suggested memorial donations to the American Heart Association, Eastern Shore Chapter, 800 E. Main St., Salisbury 21801.