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September 06, 1992


Aimee J. Aguilar,died Wednesday

Aimee Jeanne Aguilar, 95, died Wednesday at home. Predeceased by her husband, Martin Raymond Aguilar, she is survived by sons, George M. Aguilar of Eldersburg and Gifford Aguilar of Baltimore; three grandsons and eight great-grandchildren.


Eugene L. Mann, construction worker

Eugene L. Mann, 39, a construction worker, died Tuesday in Hagerstown. He was a Westminster High School graduate. He is survived by his wife, Lori J. Mann; parents, Raymond W. and Evelyn Martin Mann Sr. of Finksburg; daughters, Gina and Krista Mann of Finksburg; stepdaughter, Lisa M. Taylor of Finksburg; sisters, Joan Baxter of Owings Mills and Wanda Smith of Finksburg; brothers, Raymond W. Mann Jr. of Hampstead, Conrad W. Mann of Reisterstown and Charles M. Mann of Finksburg. Contributions may be made to Mount Zion United Methodist Church, Finksburg 21048.


Carrie B. Josselyn, supervisor

Carrie B. Josselyn, 92, a resident of Fairhaven, died Tuesday at Baltimore County General Hospital. She was a supervisor for Selective Service and a Goucher College graduate. She is survived by sisters, Ella G. Josselyn and Hazel J. Krock of Sykesville; and three nephews. Contributions may be made to Fairhaven Residents Assistance Fund, 7200 Third Ave., Sykesville, Md. 21784.


Donald D. Wilt, lifelong farmer

Donald DeWitt Wilt, 65, a lifelong farmer, died Tuesday at Carroll County General Hospital after a brief illness. He was employed by the Carroll County Roads Department for 11 years and also drove a school bus from Uniontown and New Windsor from 1970 to 1972. He belonged to St. Matthew's United Church of Christ. He is survived by his wife, Phyllis L. Haines Wilt; a daughter, Christine Elizabeth Schaffe of New Jersey; a sister, Gloria K. Bentz of Westminster; two brothers, Howard D. Wilt Jr. of Westminster and Marvin D. Wilt of Woodsboro; and several nieces and nephews. Contributions may be made to St. Matthew's UCC, 1427 Pleasant Valley Road, Westminster, Md. 21158.


Madeline C. Bankert, elementary teacher

Madeline C. Bankert, 84, for merly of Westminster, died Wednesday at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury. She began a teaching career at Union Mills Elementary School as a young adult and later taught at West End Elementary in

Westminster. She retired as principal of West End in 1972. An active member of St. Paul's United Church of Christ, she was director of the Christian Education Committee for many years. The church honored her in 1979 for her leadership in the educational system. Before returning to Salisbury in 1980, she was a member and past patron of the Door to Virtue Lodge 94 Eastern Star, member of the Maryland Retired Teachers Association and a volunteer at Carroll County General Hospital chaplaincy department. Predeceased by her husband, Charles Bankert, in 1967, she is survived by a sister and five nieces.


Mary E. H. Schildt, active in church

Mary Elizabeth Haines Schildt, 81, died Wednesday at FrederickMemorial Hospital. She was a member of the former Walkersville United Brethren Church, now known as the Walkersville United Methodist Church. She is survived by five sons and daughters-in-law; a daughter; three brothers, including Raymond Haines of Uniontown; a sister-in-law; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Elizabeth E. Finley, died in New York

Elizabeth Englar Finley, 78, formerly of Westminster, died Monday at Naples Community Hospital in New York. She was a member of the Ascension Episcopal Church in Westminster.

Fred Mabe, fisherman

Fred Mabe, 66, an avid fisherman, died Tuesday at Carroll County General Hospital. He worked in construction for many years. He is survived by his wife, Sooky Ann Mabe; three sons, Ricky, Terry and Lee Mabe of Westminster; a daughter, Mary Mabe of Sykesville; a brother, Lon Mabe of Tennessee; two sisters, Ann Kilgore of Tennessee and Venie Link of Westminster; and five grandchildren.

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