Teresa M. LongActive in churchTeresa M. Long, who was...


September 17, 1992

Teresa M. Long

Active in church

Teresa M. Long, who was active in Sacred Heart of Jesus Roman Catholic Church, died Sunday of heart failure at her home on South Belnord Avenue.

A Mass of Christian burial for Mrs. Long, who was 76, will be offered at 10 a.m. today at the church, Foster Avenue and Conkling Street.

The former Teresa M. Bartek was a native of Baltimore and the daughter of immigrants from Czechoslovakia.

She graduated from Sacred Heart of Jesus School and the Institute of Notre Dame. At Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, she was a member of the Altar Society and the Holy Family of the Sacred Heart.

Her husband, Andrew Long Jr., a retired appraiser for the register of wills in Baltimore, died in 1991.

She is survived by a son, Andrew Long III of Glen Burnie; two daughters, Catherine Latham of Millersville and Teresa McHugh of Glen Burnie; six grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Lee Weinberg Weber

Owned clothing store

Lee Weinberg Weber, former owner of a women's clothing store in East Baltimore, died yesterday of Alzheimer's disease in a nursing home in Winter Haven, Fla.

Graveside services for Mrs. Weber, who moved to Winter Haven in 1986, will be conducted at 3:30 p.m. today at the United Hebrew Cemetery, Washington Boulevard and Sulphur Spring Road.

She retired in 1974 as owner of the Maxine Shoppe at Broadway and Fleet Street, which she and her first husband, Ralph Weinberg, started in 1936. Mr. Weinberg died in 1961.

The former Lee Caplan was born in Portsmouth, Va., but was reared in Baltimore.

In 1979, she married Louis Weber, retired manager of the Pikes Theater. Mr. Weber died in 1984.

She is survived by a son, Les Weinberg of Pikesville; two daughters, Maxine Moskovitz of Randallstown and Priscilla Gerber of Winter Haven; a stepdaughter, Florabel Davis of Randallstown; a brother, David Caplan of Deer Park, N.Y.; and 10 grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the Alzheimer's Disease Research Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

John D. Conroy

Owned computer firm

John D. Conroy, president of Conroy Sales, a computer components company, died Monday of heart failure at his home on Green Acre Road in Towson.

A memorial service for Mr. Conroy, who was 64, will be conducted at noon today at the Ruck Towson Funeral Home, 1050 York Road.

He was president of Conroy Sales, which represented manufacturers of electronics parts, for 14 years.

A resident of the Baltimore area for 35 years, he had been regional sales manager here for Sylvania Electric Products Co., Continental Devices Corp., Fairchild Industries and Silicon General Inc., before starting his own company.

A native of the Mendham, N.J., area who was reared in Morristown, N.J., he attended Williams College in Williamstown, Mass., on a scholarship before earning his electrical engineering degree at Manhattan College in Riverdale, N.Y.

He served in the Army during the Korean War.

He played shortstop on a New York Yankees farm team.

A member of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, he also belonged to the Big Band Society and was a collector of records. He was a student of history, particularly of the Civil War and World War II.

Mr. Conroy is survived by his wife, the former Barbara T. Morrison; three daughters, Dana L. Rosenfield of Chicago, and Cynthia H. Bauer and Susan B. Conroy, both of Towson; three sons, Gregory M. Conroy of Summit Ridge in Baltimore County, and John D. and Terence C. Conroy, both of Towson; and three grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the cardiac-care unit at St. Joseph Hospital.

Paul M. Williams

High school junior

Paul Michael Williams, a junior at Queen Anne's County High School in Centreville, died Sunday at Children's Hospital in Washington of complications from leukemia.

Services will be held at 1 p.m. today at Barranco and Sons Funeral Home, Ritchie Highway and Robinson Road in Severna Park.

A graduate of Kent Island Elementary School, the 17-year-old attended Stevensville and Centreville middle schools.

He worked part-time with his father at Admiral Heating and Cooling in Queenstown and enjoyed hunting, fishing and working with cars in his spare time.

He is survived by his mother and stepfather, Darlene and Wayne Marks of Sudlersville; his father and stepmother, Gary and Tina Williams of Queenstown; a sister, Aimee Williams of Sudlersville; a half-brother, Steven Williams of Queenstown; a stepbrother, Rusty Marks of Sudlersville; a stepsister, Tina Marks of Stevensville; his grandparents, Elmar and Emerson Keene of Severna Park; and his great-grandmothers, Madeline Wileland of Berlin and Margaret Keene of Baltimore.

Memorial contributions may be sent to Children's Hospital in Washington or the Leukemia Society of America, 200 E. Joppa Road, Suite 102B, Towson, Md. 21204.

Rosh Paul Hastings

VA loan analyst

Rosh Paul Hastings, a retired mortgage loan analyst for the Veterans Administration, died Sunday of cancer at his home on Courtland Woods Circle in Pikesville.

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