Irene Frances WillettFormer sales clerk, 90Services for...

Obituaries

June 23, 1992

Irene Frances Willett

Former sales clerk, 90

Services for Irene Frances Willett, a former sales clerk at Hochschild-Kohn's Belvedere Avenue store in Baltimore, will be held at 1 p.m. today at Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. SW in Glen Burnie.

Mrs. Willett died Sunday of heart failure after a brief illness. She was 90.

L A Baltimore native, she moved to Glen Burnie five years ago.

She is survived by a son, John W. Willett Jr., of Baltimore County, a daughter, Aubrey W. Clark, of Glen Burnie, and three grandchildren.

M. Hammerer-Crapster

Postal carrier, 73

A Mass of Christian burial for Mary Dorsey Hammerer-Crapster of Stevensville was offered June 20 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church.

Mrs. Hammerer-Crapster, 73, was a carrier for the U.S. Postal Service in Stevensville. She died June 18 at Anne Arundel Medical Center after a short illness.

She was originally from Baltimore and was active in the community of Stevensville. She was the former owner of Glencold Type Composition Co. in Glen Burnie.

Mrs. Hammerer-Crapster sang with the choir of St. Christopher's Church in Stevensville and the Chesapeake Chorale at Chesapeake College. She formerly sang with the Holy Trinity choir.

She is survived by her children, Ernest R. Crapster III of Riva, Eric R. Crapster of Stevensville and John K. Crapster; sisters, Patricia D. French of Ellicott City, Margaret D. "Penny" Bushnell of Catonsville and Eleanor D. Farace of Gardenville; and her mother, Mary F. Casey Dorsey of Randallstown.

William J. Evans Jr.

Safety specialist, 64

Services for William Joshua Evans Jr. of Severna Park took place June 20 at the Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.

Mr. Evans, 64, died June 18 of cancer at his home.

Born in Baltimore and raised in Baltimore County, he attended Catonsville High School and Baltimore Business College. Mr. Evans was employed by the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s employee safety unit as a safety specialist.

He was a CPR instructor for the Red Cross and a former charter boat captain, sailing his vessel, the Daronita, out of the Deep Creek marina. Other interests included traveling and fishing.

Survivors include his wife, the former Connie M. Moore; a son, William Michael Evans of Baltimore; daughters, Patricia Lynn Onal of Millersville and Christine Alane Wagner at home; sisters, Barbara Adams of Woodbine and Bonnie Lawrence of Ambler, Pa.; brothers, John Evans of Ellicott City, Patrick Evans and Robert Evans, both of Baltimore; and five grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of the Chesapeake and the American Cancer Society.

Paul Mundt

Supervisor, 66

A Mass of Christian burial for Paul Mundt of Glen Burnie, a supervisor for the C&P Telephone Co., will be offered at 9 a.m. today at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, where he was a member.

Mr. Mundt, 66, died June 19 at North Arundel Hospital after a lengthy illness.

He was a veteran of World War II service with the 126th Evacuation Hospital in Germany. He worked for C & P for 39 years.

Mr. Mundt also belonged to the American Legion Post 36 in Chestertown. Other interests included hunting, fishing, Civil War history and crossword puzzles.

He is survived by his wife of 41 years, the former Helen P. Potter; a son, David E. Mundt, and daughter-in-law, Leona A. Mundt, both of Severna Park; three brothers, USAF Command Sgt. Maj. William E. Mundt of Tucson, Ariz., Charles Mundt of Oakton, Va., and USAF Sgt. Maj. Eugene Mundt of Colorado Springs, Col.; two sisters, Winifred Mielke of Easton and Mary F. Mundt of Salisbury; and three grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to the Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 7438 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., Glen Burnie, Md. 21061.

Philip H. Corning

Market researcher

Services for Philip H. Corning of Glen Burnie, a market researcher for the Standard Oil Co., will take place at 11 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel.

Mr. Corning died June 20 of cancer at the Deaton Hospital and Medical Center.

Originally from Havana, Cuba, he was a graduate of the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina with a degree in chemistry, and previously worked for the U.S. State Department.

Mr. Corning's interests included baseball, bowling, walking, classical music and reading.

He is survived by his wife of 48 years, the former Mary L. Noel; two sons, Philip R. Corning of Minneapolis, Minn., and Edward W. Corning of Baltimore; three brothers, Frederic Corning of Wales, Britain, Bertram Corning of Burlingame, Calif., and Theodore Corning of Glen Burnie; and eight grandchildren.

T. Earl Leitch

Carpenter, 87

Services for T. Earl Leitch of Davidsonville, a retired carpenter and farmer, will take place at 11 p.m. today at the Davidsonville jTC United Methodist Church.

Mr. Leitch, 87, died June 20 of heart failure at his home, after a lengthy illness.

Born in Sudley, his interests included gardening and woodworking.

He is survived by his wife, Jessie G. Leitch; three daughters, Jane P. Skipper of Annapolis, Betty L. Moreland of Galesville, and Barbara D. Whittington of Davidsonville; a son, Albert L. Leitch of Davidsonville; a sister, Mary Farrell of Annapolis; 12 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the Davidsonville United Methodist Church, Central Avenue, Davidsonville, Md. 21035.

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