David R. WilsonElectrical assessorDavid R. Wilson, 51...


September 02, 1992

ELDERSBURG — David R. Wilson

Electrical assessor

David R. Wilson, 51, died Saturday at University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore. He was the son of Helen Mair Wilson of Pittsburgh and the late Richie I. Wilson. An employee of Lee Electric Co. in Baltimore, he was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus, Freedom Optimist, and the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Plymouth Owners Club. Additional survivors include a brother, Bruce G. of Pittsburgh, and a sister, Marcia Kondrich of Pittsburgh. A Mass of Christian burial will be at 10 a.m. today at St. Joseph Catholic, Eldersburg.


Reda V. Ohler

Factory retiree

Reda V. "Molly" Ohler, 74, died Saturday at the Westminster Nursing and Convalescent Center. She was the widow of Elmer A. Ohler. She had retired from the Freeman Shoe Co. in Emmitsburg. Survivors include sons William Bagot of New Jersey and Clarence Bagot of Gettysburg, Pa.; stepchildren Charles R. Ohler and Betty Gross, both of Taneytown and Catherine Lahman of LaPlata; a brother, Mervin Ruth of Baltimore.


Donald A. McIver

Naval officer

Donald A. McIver, 67, died Monday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Ann Goldsborough McIver. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, he served in the Korean War. Before his retirement, he worked as an engineer for Westinghouse. Additional survivors include children Ann F. McHoes of Pittsburgh, Donald M. of Laurel, Mark G. of Salisbury, the Rev. Peter B. of Baltimore, Mary Puthawala of Pennsylvania, Maurice M. of Finksburg and Maureen D., Edward G. and Neil J. McIver, all of Westminster. His son, Peter, will celebrate a memorial Mass at 10 a.m. today at St. John Catholic, Monroe Street.


Charles C. Lowe


Charles C. Lowe, 59, died Thursday at his home. He was the son of Mildred Reed Lowe Alban and the late Charles M. Lowe. He was the husband of Joyce V. Hunter Lowe. A field superintendent, he had worked for Crest Contracting. He was a member of St. Mark's United Church of Christ, the Moose Lodge and the American Legion. Additional survivors include a son, Charles M. of Connecticut; daughter, Brenda J. Walsh of Hampstead; brothers Kenneth Lowe of Delaware, Donald Alban of West Virginia and Richard Alban of Westminster; and sisters Louise Richards of Pleasant Valley, Jean Jones of Finksburg, Joyce Holdaway of Pennsylvania, Linda Roberts of Hampstead and Deborah Wright of Upperco.

Gladys Marie Harrell

Lion Brothers employee

Gladys Marie Harrell, 60, died Friday at Longview Nursing Home in Manchester. She was the daughter of Effie Bender Seal of West Virginia and the late Jacob Seal. Twice widowed, she was the wife of Everett Harpine and Wilder Harrell Jr. A factory worker for Lion Bros. in Owings Mills, she was a member of the ILGW union and the Glen Rock Church of Christ. Additional survivors include a daughter, Catherine Hughes of Hampstead; sons Daniel R. and Ernest E. Harpine, both of Pennsylvania; sister, Thelma May of West Virginia; and brothers Ernest and Arnold Seal of West Virginia.

Sylvester H. Frye Jr.


Sylvester Hurley Frye Jr., 47, died Saturday at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the son of Sylvester H. Frye Sr. of Randallstown and the late Mary Moles Frye. He was the husband of Betty L. Welch Frye. A salesman, he had worked for Formost McKesson. Additional survivors include sons Martin J. of Randallstown and William S. of Union Bridge; daughters Alice V. Frantz and Robin K. Groft, both of Westminster; brother, Robert G. of Owings Mills; and sisters Brenda K. Bartlett of Baltimore and Dolores Millard of Randallstown.

New Windsor

Ruthanna M. Lambert

Fire auxiliary member

Ruthanna Mae Lambert, 85, died Friday at her home. She was the widow of Russell C. Lambert. A charter member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the New Windsor Volunteer Fire Company, she also was a member of St. Luke's Winters Lutheran Church. Survivors include daughters Marianna L. Burkholder and Alice L. Cheeks, both of New Windsor.


William M. Groves

World War II veteran

William M. Groves, 72, died Saturday at Baltimore County General Hospital. He was the husband of Eleanor Reiberg Groves. An Army veteran of World War II, he was a foreman retired from Bethlehem Steel Corp. Additional survivors include sons William and Ronald, both of Marriottsville, Edward of Westminster and Gary of Frederick; and daughters Maureen Evans of Milford Mill, Susan Boyd of Marriottsville, and Patty Tyler of Owings Mills.


Barbara A. Eyler

Cafeteria worker

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