Lula M. Faber
Essex inn owner
Services for Lula M. Faber, who with her husband owned Faber's Yacht Club Inn on Holly Neck Road in Essex, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Bruzdzinsky Funeral Home, 1407 Eastern Ave., Essex.
Mrs. Faber, who was 71 and lived on Old Eastern Avenue in Essex, died Monday of cancer at Franklin Square Hospital.
She and her husband, William J. Faber, operated the tavern since he built it 42 years ago.
The former Lula Margaret Wolfe was a native of Baltimore.
She was a member of the 15th District Democratic Club, an Essex-area Golden Age Club and the Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
In addition to her husband, survivors include two sons, Charles W. Faber of Long Green and William J. Faber Jr. of Port Jefferson, N.Y.; her mother, Margaret Wolfe of Essex; and two grandchildren.
H. H Montgomery Jr.
A memorial service for retired Navy Cmdr. Howard H. Montgomery Jr., who had been a computer analyst and programmer, will be held at 11 a.m. today at St. Anne's Episcopal Church in Annapolis.
Commander Montgomery, 72, died Tuesday of cancer at the Anne Arundel Medical Center Hospice.
He was stationed at the Naval Proving Ground at Dahlgren, Va., when he retired from the Navy in 1961 and moved to Annapolis. Until 1991, he worked there for the Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute.
Born in Washington, the son of a Navy doctor, he was a graduate of the Bullis School.
He served on the battleships USS Washington and USS Massachusetts in both the Atlantic and Pacific during World War II.
In the early 1950s, he commanded a destroyer, the USS Borie.
He was a member of the Annapolis Yacht Club and the Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association. Commander Montgomery is survived by his wife, the former Ishbel MacKenzie; a daughter, Nancy Dickson of Washington; a son, Morgan Montgomery of Vancouver, British Columbia; two stepsons, Finlay and Donald MacKenzie, both of Annapolis; a stepdaughter, Seon Lange of Annapolis; three brothers, William Montgomery of Alexandria, Va., Robert Montgomery of Hartfield, Va., and John Montgomery of Hinesburg, Vt.; and two grandchildren.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Anne Arundel Medical Center Hospice.
Teacher at Carver
Services for Aaron Ostrofsky, who had been a popular teacher and job placement counselor at Carver Vocational Technical High School, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Sol Levinson & Bros. Home, 6010 Reisterstown Road.
Mr. Ostrofsky, who was 72, died Tuesday of heart failure at his home in Mount Washington.
A welder for many years, Mr. Ostrofsky began to teach welding and conduct a job placement program at the school in 1970. He continued teaching until 1982.
He came to Baltimore in 1941 to work as a welder at the Bethlehem Steel Corp. shipyard at Fairfield.
After serving in the Army in World War II, he worked in the shipyard at Sparrows Point and later in the steel mills. Between 1958 and 1968, he was a partner in AARTON Welding.
Born in Kishinev in Romania, he moved to New York with his parents in 1920. He attended Brooklyn College and later earned a master's degree in vocational education from the University of Maryland. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, the former Dorothy Kotelchuck; two daughters, Diane Ostrofsky of New York City and Sandra Gordon of Owings Mills; a son, Jack Ostrofsky of Richmond, Calif., and three grandchildren.