FinksburgJoshua Broumas, infant son of John M. and Jill...

Obituaries

June 28, 1992|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If information about someone in your family who has passed away hasn't been published, please call Amy Miller or Mary Gail Hare at 876-8771, 857-0550 or 1-800-829-8000, Ext. 6595; you also may FAX your information to us at 876-0233.

Finksburg

Joshua Broumas, infant son of John M. and Jill Schlessinger Broumas, was stillborn Monday at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore. Additional survivors include brothers and sisters, Bonnie, Michael, Sara, Ariana, Adam, David, Daniel, Aaron, Rachael and Hannah; paternal grandmother, Janet Dollacker of Utah, and maternal grandparents, Bernard and Juno Schlessinger of Texas.

Hampstead

William C. Myers, 66, died Thursday at York Hospital in York, Pa. He was the husband of Dolly Jean Myers. An assembler for Black & Decker Corp., he was a member of the American Legion, the VFW, the Order of the Purple Heart and the Disabled American Veterans. In addition to his wife, survivors include a brother, Russell W. Myers of Manchester. The family requests memorial contributions to St. Mark's Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 249, Hampstead, where he was a member.

Myrtle R. Wisner, 81, died Wednesday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late William E. Wisner. Survivors include sons, Arthur R. and Paul E. Wisner, both of Hampstead; daughters, Doris M. and Sharon L. Wisner, both of Hampstead, Janet R. Rill of Lineboro, and Linda D. Atteberry of Texas; sister, Gertrude Fridinger of Texas; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Reisterstown

Leroy F. "Fred" Sacks, 45, died Tuesday at his home as a result of a house fire. He was the son of Hazel Schmidt Sacks of Sparks and the late George L. Sacks. He was the husband of June White Sacks. His brother, George L. Sacks, also died in the fire. He had worked as a carpenter. In addition to his wife and mother, survivors include a daughter, Becky A. Sacks of Finksburg, and sister, Margaret Joyce of Sparks.

Westminster

Hattie D. Alban, 81, died Wednesday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was the wife of the late George F. Alban Sr. A nurse, she had retired from the hospital. She was a member of St. John Catholic Church and the Westminster Soroptimist Society. Survivors include sons, G. Fred Alban Jr. and Michael R. Alban, both of Westminster, and Richard F. Alban Sr. of Phoenix; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions to Resurrection Farm, P.O. Box 1630, Westminster, Md.

Janet F. Klotz, 28, died Monday at her home. She was the daughter of Edward J. and Helen Baumgardner Klotz. She graduated from Westminster High School and Villa Julie College. In addition to her parents, survivors include brothers, Barry Klotz of West Virginia, Alan Klotz of Oklahoma and Jim Klotz of Westminster; and sisters, Susie Klotz of California and Karen Klotz of Randallstown. The family requests memorial contributions to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 163 Prince George St., Annapolis.

John W. "Toots" Nickoles Sr., 84, died Wednesday at his home. He was the husband of Carrie Bair Nickoles. Additional survivors include daughters, Mary Arbaugh of Westminster, Edith Stouffer of Union Bridge, and Dianna Ferguson of Woodbine; sons, David H. Nickoles Sr. of Georgia, John W. Nickoles Jr. and Richard W. Nickoles, both of Westminster; sister, Leona Wilhelm of Winfield; 16 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; six step-grandchildren; and four step-great-grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions to the Gamber Volunteer Fire Co.

Kenneth C. Zepp, 63, a former resident here, died Tuesday at his home in Florida. He had owned a furniture and antique shop in Florida. Surviving is a brother, Austin R. "Duffy" Zepp of Westminster. The family requests memorial contributions to Zion United Methodist Church, 2716 Old Washington Road, or to the American Diabetes Association.

Edith M. Layman, 91, died June 21 at Pleasant View Nursing Home in Mount Airy. She was the wife of the late Emory D. Moxley. A retired seamstress, she was a member of St. James Lutheran Church, Union Bridge, and the VFW Ladies Auxiliary. Survivors include a sister, Marian Austin of Detour; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

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