Marshall Randolph Welk, a longtime bricklayer, died of pneumonia June 25 at Baltimore County General Hospital. He was 83.
Mr. Welk, who in recent years had been a resident at several nursing homes, was born in Baltimore and lived most of his life in Hampden. At an early age, he became a bricklayer, working for several local firms.
From 1942 to 1945, he was an infantryman in the Army, serving in Africa, Italy and France. He attained the rank of sergeant.