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OBITUARIES

September 02, 1992

Evelyn S. Prince

Homemaker

Services were held yesterday at the Singleton Funeral Home for Evelyn Sadie Prince, 76, of Glen Burnie.

Mrs. Prince, who had lived in Baltimore for 25 years, died suddenly Aug. 29 at North Arundel Hospital of heart failure.

A homemaker, Mrs. Prince enjoyed bingo, crocheting and watching baseball.

She is survived by her husband of 28 years, Willard T. Prince; her sons, William E. Suter of Glen Burnie, David Suter of Lansdowne and Wayne J. Ensor of Snow Hill; her daughters, Betty L. Heath of Walcott, Ind., and Pauline C. Clark of Glen Burnie; sisters Emma Beard of Glen Burnie, Ruth Williams of Baltimore, Audrey McClosky of Glen Burnie and Dorothy Smith and Bernadine Hildebrand, both of the Eastern Shore.

Calvin C. Roman

Composition printer

Services for Calvin C. Roman, 78, will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. S.W. in Glen Burnie.

Mr. Roman, a Glen Burnie resident for 17 years, died of natural causes Tuesday at the Wells Spring Nursing Home.

He was retired from the Waverly Press, where he had been a composition printer for 30 years.

An Army veteran from World War II, Mr. Roman was a member of the American Legion #34 and the Moose Lodge #1456.

He is survived by his wife of 52 years, the former Margaret Gottleib of Glen Burnie; a son, Calvin C. Roman II of Glen Burnie; and a daughter, Janice A. Martin of Linthicum. Visitation will be from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today.

Edna L. Carder

Seamstress

Services were held for Edna L. Carder at the Singleton Funeral Home on Aug. 29.

A resident of Hanover, Md., for 40 years, Mrs. Carder had lived in Fort Wales, Fla., for the past three years.

She died there Aug. 25 of natural causes at age 82.

Mrs. Carder had worked as a seamstress for various clothing manufacturers for more than 20 years.

Mrs. Carder was a member of Calvery Chapel Christian Center. She enjoyed crocheting, fishing and gardening.

She is survived by her sons, Ronald Carder of Lake Mary, Fla., Bernard Carder of Hanover and Richard Carder of Glen Burnie; daughters Edna M. Ashmore of Lake Wales, Fla., Jean Bass of Rock Hall and Betty Bosheers of Baltimore; a brother, Cleveland St. John Jr. of Vinton, Va.; and three sisters, Myrtle Robbins of Roanoke, Va., Thelma Moose of Virginia Beach, Va., and Eunice Roberts of Grantsboro, N.C.

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