Tommy K. Elza Westinghouse worker

September 13, 1992

Tommy K. Elza, a machinist with the Westinghouse Electric Corp. for 37 years, died Monday of cancer and diabetes at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 51.

Services for Mr. Elza, a native of Whitmer, W.Va., who lived in Baltimore Highlands, will be at 2 p.m. today at Hinkle Funeral Home in Davis, W.Va.

Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; a son, Dennis Elza of Arbutus; a daughter, Deborah Scott of Baltimore; a grandson, Glenn Scott; three brothers, John Elza of Ohio, Harold Elza of Pasadena and Bud Elza of Baltimore; and three sisters, Virginia Vance, Shelva Jean Cross and Sandy Judy, all of West Virginia.

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