Ernest E. Barrett
Services for retired chef Ernest Earl Barrett of Glen Burnie took place Friday at the Singleton Funeral Home.
Mr. Barrett, 62, died June 23 in Glen Burnie after a lengthy illness.
Born in Darlington, he served in the Army during the Korean War. After the war, he became a professional chef, retiring in 1986.
Mr. Barrett'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.
Claud Lewis Myers
A Mass of Christian burial for Claud Lewis Myers, an electrical engineer at Westinghouse Corp. for 35 years, will be offered at 9 a.m. today at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Glen Burnie.
Mr. Myers died Friday of lung cancer at North Arundel Hospital. He was 59.
A native of Annapolis, Mr. Myers graduated from St. Mary's High School there and from Johns Hopkins University with a degree in electrical engineering. He moved to Pasadena seven years ago and retired from Westinghouse in 1990.
A Korean War veteran, Mr. Myers was a member of the Meadows and American Legion Post No. 175. He enjoyed fast-pitch softball, basketball and playing cards.
Mr. Myers is survived by his wife of 36 years, the former Rose M. Smith; three sons, Michael E. Myers of Philadelphia, Timothy L. Myers of Millersville, and Christopher T. Myers of Hamilton Square, N.J.; two daughters, Cynthia L. Antlitz of Severna Park and Kathleen M. Duncan of Pasadena; a sister, Mary H. Mootz of Chester, Pa.; and nine grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be sent to Baltimore Inner Group Council of Alcoholics Anonymous Inc., 5438 York Road, Suite 202, Baltimore, Md. 21212.