A Mass of Christian burial for Delia West of Severn, a secretary in the social sciences division of Anne Arundel Community College, was offered June 25 at Our Lady of the Fields Catholic Church in Millersville, where she was a member.
Mrs. West, 45, died June 23 of pneumonia at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore.
She was born in Cayey, Puerto Rico, and graduated from Arundel Senior High School in 1966. She also attended Anne Arundel Community College.
Mrs. West was an active member of Our Lady's congregation. She belonged to a prayer group, sang in the choir, and was a Eucharistic minister.
Other interests included her home and family, sewing, and baking cakes.
Survivors include her husband, David Keith West; five children, D. Matthew West, Daniel K. West, Darin J. West, Derek A. West, and Dana N. West, all at home; her parents, Jorge and Yolanda Izquierdo, both of Gambrills; and four sisters, Maria Whitaker of Puerto Rico, Yolanda Nigrell of Atlanta, Ga., Chary Izquierdo of Annapolis, and Marian Kenyon of Hanover.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Memorial Trust for Delia West (which will be used for the children), 114 Gerald Drive, Severn, Md. 21144.
Anna C. Griggs
Services for retired beautician Anna Combs Griggs of Glen Burnie took place Thursday in New Jersey.
Mrs. Griggs, 69, died June 23 of heart failure at her home,
She was originally from Manasquan, N.J., where she graduated from high school in 1939. Mrs. Griggs worked at Anne's Beauty Salon in Springlake, N.J., for 15 years, retiring in 1968.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Lloyd E. Griggs.
Survivors include a son, Robert L. Griggs of Pasadena, and two grandchildren. Arrangements were by the Singleton Funeral ,X Home.
Ernest E. Barnett
Services for retired chef Ernest Earl Barnett of Glen Burnie took place June 26 at the Singleton Funeral Home.
Mr. Barnett, 62, died June 23 in Glen Burnie after a lengthy illness.
Born in Darlington, he later served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. After the war, he became a professional chef, retiring in 1986.
Mr. Barnett's hobbies included cooking, and he was a past member of the Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Department.
Survivors include Margaret J. Barrett, his wife of 31 years; three sons, David W. Barrett, Timothy M. Barrett, and Kevin A. Barrett; a son-in-law, Charles Kammerer, a daughter, Linda Kammerer, and daughter-in-law, Beth Barrett, all of Glen Burnie; five brothers; two sisters; and two grandchildren.