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Obituaries

August 16, 1992

CATONSVILLE — Helen Roche Eyler,

70, died Tuesday

Helen Roche Eyler, 70, died Tuesday. She is survived by husband William H. Eyler Jr.; mother Ruth Baker; daughters Deborah Furches of Catonsville and Janet Holler of Taylorsville; son William M. III of Westminster; three sisters; two brothers; and four grandchildren.

Barbara Ann Dayhoff,

53, SSA employee

Barbara Ann Tignor Dayhoff, 53, an employee of Social Security Administration, died Tuesday. She is survived by husband Ronald L. Dayhoff; mother Freda Tignor of Sykesville; children Donna L. Lehr, John R. Jr., Dennis L. and Sharon L. Eyler of Catonsville; sisters Jean Edmondson of Eldersburg and Sherry Warehime of Sykesville; brothers Donald Tignor of Anne Arundel County and David Tignor of Randallstown; and three grandchildren.

Hampstead

Ruth Ann Bull, 45,

Cedar Grove member

Ruth Ann Bull, 45, a clerk for C & P Telephone Co. for 20 years, died Tuesday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was a member of Cedar Grove United Methodist Church. She is survived by husband Amos R. Bull Jr.; daughters Kimberly Martin of Hanover, Pa. and Michele Lynn Bull of Hampstead; sisters Gladys Ensor, Marguerite Ensor, Betty Lou Ensor and Elaine Dement of Baltimore County; brother Walter Mays Jr. of Baltimore County; and two grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the church building fund, c/o Nettie Bridges, 3108 Mount Carmel Road, Upperco, Md. 21155.

Largo

Lillian A. Crook, 77, died in Florida

Lillian A. Crook, 77, a former Carroll County resident, died

Tuesday in Florida, where she had lived since 1970. She is survived by husband Herbert L. Crook; two brothers; and one sister. Visitation is 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Haight Funeral Home, Md. 32, Sykesville. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home.

Reisterstown

Virginia Heltzel,

retired assembler

Virginia "Ginny" Heltzel, 69, died Wednesday at home. She was a retired assembler at Black & Decker and member of Boring Volunteer Fire Department.

She is survived by husband Carson D. Heltzel; daughter Joyce Ann Bailey of Reisterstown; sons James A. Higgins of Reisterstown, Lee W. Higgins of Hampstead and Gordon M. Higgins of California; three sisters; one brother; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Blanche C. Bloom, 81,

homemaker

Blanche C. Bloom, 81, died Monday at Baltimore County General Hospital. She is survived by husband William Bloom; sons Walter P. Bosley Jr. of Reisterstown and Kenneth Bosley of Utah; brother Clarence Devilbiss of Florida; sister Carrie Rimby of Westminster; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Sykesville

John Edward Redden,

steel worker

John Edward Redden, 82, a retired Bethlehem Steel worker and miner, died Monday at Levindale Center in Baltimore after a lengthy illness.

He is survived by wife Mabel S. Redden; daughter Betty Meadows of Sykesville; son Jerry of Sykesville; sister Florabelle Robinson of West Virginia; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Lawrence T. Knight,

retired foreman

Lawrence T. Knight, 87, a retired foreman, died Wednesday at Baltimore County General Hospital.

Predeceased by his wife Martha Knight, he is survived by sisters Virgie Hyle, Harriet Williams and Martha Linton of Reisterstown, Hazel Schemm of Randallstown and Ruth Davidson of Upperco; brothers Clarence of Reisterstown, Richard of Florida; Roger of Owings Mills and Donald of Littlestown, Pa.

Mount Airy

Raymond Earl Wilder,

Navy photographer

Raymond Earl Wilder, 63, died Monday at Francis Scott Key Medical Center in Baltimore. He was a medical photographer for the U.S. government. He is survived by wife Muriel K. Wilder; mother Thelma Hunt Wilder of Georgia;

son Bruce of Connecticut; daughters Nancy Douglass of Baltimore and Kathy Wilder of Westminster; brothers E. B. Jr., Douglas and Jimmy of Georgia, and Don of Alabama; sisters Carolyn Gaither of North Carolina and Ann Hawkins of Alabama; three grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to Calvary UMC, Mount Airy, or Gold Star Post 191 American Legion Building Fund, P.O. Box 24, Mount Airy

21771.

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