Sandra FoxeMaintenance workerServices for Sandra Foxe, a...


July 09, 1992

Sandra Foxe

Maintenance worker

Services for Sandra Foxe, a maintenance worker at Security )) Square Mall, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Full Gospel Apostolic Faith Church, 1804 Kavanaugh St.

Ms. Foxe, who was 35, was found strangled Saturday in the 1700 block of N. Monroe St. in West Baltimore. She was attacked while walking home about 10 blocks from a late-night prayer service at the same church where services will be held.

She had been a maintenance worker at Security Square in Woodlawn for one year and before that had done the same kind of work for several other businesses.

Ms. Foxe was born in Darlington, S.C., and was brought to Baltimore by her mother as an infant. She attended Herring Run Middle School and Lombard Junior High and graduated in the late 1970s from the defunct Fairmount Hill Vocational High School in East Baltimore.

Her sister, Kathy Foxe, said she enjoyed cooking and sharing a household with her daughter, Ieesha Hardison, and her mother, Ruby Foxe. They are her immediate survivors.

Ruth C. Marriott

Children's clothes seller

Services for Ruth C. Marriott, a longtime Liberty Road resident who sold children's clothing well into her 80s, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Loring Byers Chapel, 8728 Liberty Road.

Mrs. Marriott, who was 92, died Monday at the Baltimore County General Hospital after a heart attack at her home.

"Miss Ruth," as she was known to many neighbors and customers, lived and worked for many years in the Rockdale section of Liberty Road in Baltimore County.

In the mid-1930s, she and her husband, William Saum Marriott, operated Marriott's Confectionery and Lunch in Rockdale. The shop became known for her specialties, including peach cakes and holiday fruit cakes.

After her husband's death in 1937, she began selling children's clothing at the Herbert Shop in Northwest Baltimore. From there, she began working closer to home, at the Tot to Teen Shop in Rockdale. After 25 years with that shop, she retired in 1984 -- at age 84.

The former Ruth C. Greninger was a native of Hebbville and was a member of the Salem United Methodist Church there.

She is survived by three daughters, Ileen Rush of Towson, Ida M. Tomlinson of Greensboro, Pa., and Lucille Webster of Carroll Valley, Pa.; a son, William Saum Marriott Jr. of Reisterstown; nine grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-granddaughter.

Kathleen B. Davis

County employee

A Mass of Christian burial for Kathleen B. Davis, a liaison between the Baltimore County executive and the County Council for eight years before her retirement early this year, will be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Isaac Jogues Roman Catholic Church, 9215 Old Harford Road.

Mrs. Davis, 42, of Cockeysville, died Sunday at St. Joseph Hospital of cancer.

She began working for the county in 1978 as a secretary to the county administrative officer and continued to work as an administrative secretary after her main task became working with the County Council.

The former Kathleen F. Bonar was a native of Baltimore and a 1969 graduate of Mercy High School.

Survivors include her husband, Jeffrey A. Davis; her father and stepmother, John F. and Albina Bonar of Parkville; two sisters, Carolyn E. Klink and Deborah M. Dooley, both of Baltimore; a brother, David L. Bonar of Baltimore; two stepsisters, Cynthia Rock and Carol Lewis, both of the Baltimore area; a stepbrother, Gary Miller of the Baltimore area, three nieces and two nephews.


James P. Hernon

Domino plant foreman

Graveside services for James P. Hernon, a retired foreman at the Domino sugar plant, will be held at 1 p.m. today at the New Cathedral Cemetery, 4300 Old Frederick Road.

Mr. Hernon, who was 73 and moved from Baltimore to Duxbury, && Mass., in 1990, died Monday at a nursing home in Massachusetts of complications from cancer.

He retired in 1979 from the Baltimore plant of the Amstar Corp., where he had worked for 33 years.

Mr. Hernon, who was born in Boston and was a graduate of the Boston Latin School, served in the Army Air Forces during World War II.

He first came to Baltimore during the war and married Mary Finley, sister of a fellow soldier, in 1944. Mrs. Hernon died in 1989.

Survivors include many nieces and nephews.

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