Mary A. HoffmanSeamstressPrivate services will take place...

OBITUARIES

September 22, 1992

Mary A. Hoffman

Seamstress

Private services will take place for Mary Alberta Hoffman, 82, a retired seamstress.

Miss Hoffman, an 11-year resident of Brooklyn Park, died of pneumonia at the North Arundel Hospital Sept. 21.

She enjoyed reading and walking.

She is survived by one niece, Evelyn R. Wachter of Brooklyn Park; and two nephews, Lester F. and Charles R. Wachter, both of Brooklyn Park.

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Agnes E. Craver

Pasadena resident

Services took place for Agnes Elizabeth Craver, 92, on Sept 21 at the Singleton Funeral home in Glen Burnie.

Mrs. Craver, a Pasadena homemaker and resident for 60 years, died Sept. 17, at Howard County General Hospital. She was a member of the Senior Citizen Club in Magothy Beach.

She is survived by a son, Joseph S. Howard of Pasadena; and two daughters, Elva M. Craver of Odenton and Pearl M. Hahn of Ellicott City.

Thomas I. Dean

Truck driver

A Mass of Christian burial was held for Thomas Irving Dean, 44, a truck driver for Reliable Contracting Co. on Sept. 21, at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Glen Burnie.

Mr. Dean died of lung cancer Sept. 18 at his home in Pasadena.

An avid deer hunter, Mr. Dean loved the outdoors and gardening.

He was a member of the Holy Trinity Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife of 25 years, the former Susan L. Tertychny of Pasadena; one son, Jason T. Dean of Pasadena; one daughter, Michelle L. Peifer of Glen Burnie; four brothers, Joseph Fox, Earl Dean, and Ernest Dean, all from Prince George's County, and Richard Dean of Baltimore; and one sister, Betty Port, also from Prince George's County.

Betty R. Wyatt

Bookkeeper

Services for Betty Ryan Wyatt, 74, a bookkeeper for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, will be at 1 p.m. today, at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Road in Gambrills.

A resident of Crownsville for 25 years, Mrs. Wyatt died of heart failure Sept. 19, at the Anne Arundel Medical Center.

She belonged to Matoaka Baptist Church in Matoaka, W.Va.

She enjoyed bowling, crotcheting and rug hooking.

She is survived by one daughter, Lorna Gaye Sullivan of Gambrills; one son, Don Kent Wyatt of Prince Frederick; two brothers, Zenith Hawks of Charleston, W.Va., and Joe Williams Allen of Princeton, W.Va.; and two sisters, Virginia Wheeler of Beltsville, and Margaret Anne Cook of Princeton, W.Va.

Memorial contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society, Building A, 1041 Route 3, Gambrills, Md. 21054.

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