A Mass of Christian burial for homemaker Julianne Patricia D'Ambrosio of Arnold will be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church on Cypress Creek Road.
Mrs. D'Ambrosio, 56, died July 24 of lung cancer at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis.
She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., raised in the Bronx, and lived for a time in Westchester County, N.Y.
Mrs. D'Ambrosio attended two years of secretarial school in New York City, took polygraph training at the University of Baltimore, and took various courses in Anne Arundel Community College. She also won the Silver Skate speed skating award at Madison Square Garden. Other interests included skiing, bowling and boating.
Survivors include her husband of 33 years, Michael D'Ambrosio; a son, Michael D'Ambrosio of Davidsonville; a daughter, Eva Marie D'Ambrosio of Glen Burnie; and four grandchildren.
James A. Crockett
Services for James Arthur Crockett of Linthicum, the owner of Parker's Grocery in Towson, took place yesterday at the Singleton Funeral Home.
Mr. Crockett, 69, died of complications of diabetes at the Glen Burnie Medical Center in Towson.
Originally from Baltimore, he owned a grocery store in Linthicum between 1954 and 1979, and then took over Parker's Grocery from 1979 until the present. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and attended the Linthicum United Methodist Church.
Interests included fishing, crabbing, and the former Baltimore Colts. He was a season ticket holder who never missed a game.
Survivors include his wife of 45 years, the former Dorothy L. Ward; three children, David Crockett of Glen Burnie, Robin Crockett of Brooklyn Park, and Jeffrey Crockett of Halethorpe; a brother, William Crockett of West Virginia; three sisters, Sara Ellen Crockett of Baltimore, Nancy Tabb of Aberdeen, and Caroline Service of Boston, Mass.; and two grandchildren.