Claire McAndrewRetired music teacherServices for Claire A...

OBITUARIES

June 14, 1992

Claire McAndrew

Retired music teacher

Services for Claire A. McAndrew, who taught music in Baltimore County elementary schools for nearly 30 years, will be at 9 a.m. Monday at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road.

Miss McAndrew died Thursday of cancer at her home on Mars Avenue in Parkville. She was 64.

She retired in 1983 from Victory Villa Elementary School.

Born in Sunbury, Pa., she grew up in Ashland, Pa.

She is survived by a brother, James P. McAndrew of Baltimore; a sister, Elizabeth Kearns of New Castle, Del.; and many nieces and nephews. The family suggested that memorial contributions made to the American Cancer Society.

Mary C. Chandlee

Taught at Gilman

A memorial service for Mary Catherine Chandlee, who taught at the Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church Weekday School and the Gilman School, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Bridgewater Presbyterian Church in Bridgewater, Va.

Mrs. Chandlee died Friday of cancer at the Bridgewater Home. She was 75.

Mrs. Chandlee lived in Baltimore for 25 years until 1979 when she and her husband, George M. Chandlee Jr., retired to Franklin, W.Va. Earlier this year, they moved to the Bridgewater Retirement Village.

In the 1950s and 1960s, Mrs. Chandlee taught at Brown Memorial and taught and did secretarial work at Gilman, where her husband taught mathematics and coached lacrosse teams. The couple lived at the Gilman School.

Besides her husband of 38 years, Mrs. Chandlee is survived by a brother, LeRoy Christman, and a sister, Florence M. Nickel, both of Whitehall, Pa.; five nieces; and one nephew.

The family suggested memorial contributions to Bridgewater Presbyterian Church, 110 E. College St., P.O. Box 22, Bridgewater, Va. 22812, or the Bridgewater Home, 302 N. Second St., Bridgewater.

Paul M. Harrand

Contracting firm official

Services for Paul M. Harrand, a former Severna Park resident who worked for two area engineering companies, will be held at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow in Arlington, Texas.

Mr. Harrand died Thursday of pneumonia. He was 47.

A native of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Mr. Harrand moved to Severna Park in 1973. He worked as vice president at Broyles and Broyles Inc., in Glen Burnie, and Paul Rice Engineering in Baltimore. In 1982, he helped start and then became executive vice president of Trinity Contractors Inc. in Grand Prairie, Texas.

Mr. Harrand is survived by his wife, Margery Taylor Harrand, two daughters, Victoria and Patricia Harrand, and a granddaughter, all of Arlington; and two sisters, Eileen McEneany of Saranac Lake, N.Y., and Alice DiDomizio of Hyde Park, N.Y.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society, 1104 W. Rosedale, Fort Worth, Texas 76104, or the American Heart Fund, 3309 Winthrop, Fort Worth, Texas 76116.

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