Virginia E. Stottlemyer, 67, died Tuesday at St. Joseph...

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August 02, 1992|By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If information about someone in your family who has passed away hasn't been published, please call Amy Miller or Mary Gail Hare at 876-8771, 857-0550 or 1-800-829-8000, Ext. 6595; you also may FAX your information to us at 876-0233.

FINKSBURG — Virginia E. Stottlemyer, 67, died Tuesday at St. Joseph Hospital in Baltimore. She was the wife of Charles L. Stottlemyer. A retired electronics technician for AAI Corp., she also was a member of Oakland United Methodist Church. Additional survivors include sisters, Thelma Butts of Towson, and Minnie Stottlemyer of Manchester; brothers, Frank Nott of the Eastern Shore, William Nott of Beckleysville and Clinton Nott of York, Pa.; three godchildren and one great-godchild. The family requests memorial contributions to her church, 423 Bentley Road, Parkton.

Hampstead

Milton E. Rhoten, 63, died Thursday at Carroll County General Hospital. The husband of Rose Ruby Rhoten, he was the father of the late B. Ann Carver. A truck driver for Genstar Stone Products, he was a member of the Moose Lodge and the Mason Dixon Society. Additional survivors include sons, Bruce Rhoten of Manchester, Dennis Rhoten of Millers and Kenneth Rhoten of Parkton; and five grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society.

Manchester

Charles E. Steger Sr., 74, died Monday at the home of his son, Michael. A retired farmer, he also was a school bus driver. As a member of the Rose Hill Carriage Society, he often drove a horse and carriage for weddings. He was predeceased by a son, Charles E. Steger Jr. Survivors include sons, Wayne, Robert and Michael Steger, all of Manchester; sisters, Mabel Shoff of XTC Kansas, Dorothy Eckard of Westminster, Arlene Calp of Florida and Jean Hartley of North Carolina; a brother, Richard H. Steger of Millers; six grandchildren; one step-grandson and five great-grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions to Carroll Hospice, 30 Carroll St., Westminster.

Marriottsville

Charles Sumner Pickett, 61, died Thursday at Baltimore County General Hospital. He was the husband of Phyllis Croft Pickett. A retired carpenter, he was a member of the Carpenter's Union. Additional survivors include daughters, Nancy J. Kaylor of Woodbine and Beverly A. Snyder of Reisterstown; sons, Charles L. Pickett of Eldersburg and John E. Pickett of New Windsor; sisters, Evelyn Kauffman of Westminster, Rose M. Hush and Dorothy Hooper, both of Sykesville; a brother, Ernest Pickett of Germany; and five grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Haight Funeral Home, Sykesville. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today.

Westminster

Layne L. Haifley, 51, died Thursday at Shock Trauma in Baltimore after falling from a roof. A self-employed carpenter, he was the husband of Tamara Myers Haifley. Additional survivors include sons, Thomas C. Haifley of New Windsor and Sheldon L. Colwell of Taneytown. Services are at 2:30 p.m. today in the New Windsor funeral home of D. D. Hartzler.

Ralph E. Hull, 80, died Tuesday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Beatrice Yingling Hull. A retired farmer, he was a life member of the Carroll County Farm Bureau. Additional survivors include sons, Donald R. and Steven G. Hull, both of Westminster, Richard L. Hull of Manchester and Charles J. Hull II of Darnestown; brothers, Charles and John Hull, both of Westminster; and nine grandchildren.

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