Michael F. Munley Shipyard retiree

September 18, 1992

Michael F. Munley, a Bethlehem Steel shipyard retiree who later owned a condominium cleaning and maintenance company Ocean City, died Wednesday at the University of Maryland Medical Center after a stroke.

A Mass of Christian burial for the 68-year-old Ocean City resident will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, 101 Church Lane in Texas.

Mr. Munley moved to Ocean City 13 years ago after retiring from 32 years as a steel erector in the Key Highway shipyard of the Bethlehem Steel Corp. In Ocean City, he operated the Shamrock Cleaning Service, which cleaned and did maintenance work on condominium buildings and on rental apartments until he retired again about two years ago.

Born and raised in Archbald, Pa., he served in the Marine Corps in the Pacific during World War II. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Delmarva Irish-American Club, Ocean City Golf and Yacht Club, Sinepuxent Post of the American Legion and St. Luke's and St. Andrew's Parish in Ocean City.

He is survived by his wife of 48 years, the former Jacqueline R. Rouchard; two sons, Kevin M. Munley of Salisbury and Hugh Andy Munley of Abingdon; four daughters, Jacqueline M. Finn of Timonium, Ellen Munley of Ocean City, Michele M. Russell of Reisterstown and Margaret M. Keesey of Bel Air; two brothers, Ronald Munley of Baltimore and Robert Munley of Scranton, Pa.; a sister, Helen M. Staffaroni of Scranton; and 12 grandchildren.

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