Genevieve L. Shepp,homemakerGenevieve L. Shepp, 65, died...

OBITUARIES

September 27, 1992

HAMPSTEAD — Genevieve L. Shepp,

homemaker

Genevieve L. Shepp, 65, died Wednesday at her home iBaltimore. The Hampstead native was the daughter of Effie Alban Rohrbaugh and the late John Ralph Rohrbaugh. She is survived by her mother; her husband, Edward Carr Shepp; two sons, Mark W. Shepp and Dale F. Shepp; four sisters, Mary Jane Reinhard, Kathryn Price, Joyce Black and Dorothy Mandell; two brothers, William Rohrbaugh and Larry Rohrbaugh; and three grandchildren.

O. Joe Neal,

farmer

LIBERTYTOWN

O. Joe Neal, 37, died Tuesday at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Unit at University Hospital of injuries sustained in a tractor accident. Formerly employed by the State Highway Administration in Montgomery County, he operated a dairy farm with his cousins Robert and Michael Doody. He was a member of Grace United Methodist Church in Gaithersburg. Surviving are his mother, Diane Mae King Tregoning; a sister, Angel Tregoning of Mount Airy; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Mildred A. Herholdt,

factory worker

MANCHESTER

Mildred A. Herholdt, 82, of Manchester, formerly of Daytona Beach, Fla., died Wednesday at Carroll County General Hospital. She was born in Pennsylvania and worked in a factory. Surviving are her niece, Gwenn Hanson of Manchester; and other nieces and nephews.

Carroll Slonaker,

Manchester resident

Carroll Slonaker, 73, died Sept. 14 at home. His wife, Cecilia Cummings Slonaker, died in February. He is survived by two daughters, Mary Ellen Barnes and Paula Stonesifer; and three grandchildren.

Mae V. F. Bloom,

homemaker

MOUNT AIRY

Mae F. V. Bloom, 80, formerly of Mount Airy, died Wednesday in South Hill, Va. Born in Sneadville, Tenn., she is survived by three daughters, Margaret Lowrey of LaCrosse, Va., Christine Amundson of Clarksville and Muriel Ferguson of Glenelg; two sisters, Nellie Drinon of Glenelg and Mary Ann Dayhauf of Ellicott City; four brothers, John Harless of Sykesville, Marion "Bob" Harless of Glenelg, Clyde Pendleton of Glenelg and James Ferguson of Cooksville; 14 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.

Elizabeth J. R. Hintz,

died last Sunday

NEW OXFORD

Elizabeth J. Rubsamen Hintz, 78, died at her home last Sunday in New Oxford, Pa. Her husband, Philip A. Hintz, died in 1983. She is survived by a son; two daughters, including Carolyn Hamlet of Hampstead; a brother; a sister; and eight grandchildren.

Betty Lou Blake,

homemaker

REISTERSTOWN

Betty Lou Blake, 60, died at Baltimore County General Hospital on Sept. 8. She is survived by a daughter, Claudette A. Blake of Sykesville; two sisters, Gloria A. Becraft and Claudette Anderson of Owings Mills; and two brothers, Frank Hafele Jr. of Ocean City and Richard Hafele of Sykesville.

Jack Dubit,

executive

Jack Dubit, 77, of Reisterstown died Wednesday at Carroll County General Hospital after a brief illness. He was the president of Sun Mechanical Service, a refrigeration company. He is survived by his wife, Ruth Meyer Dubit; three sons, Robert of Reisterstown, William of Washington, D.C., and Barry of Westminster; four sisters and five grandchildren.

Rose Sanacore,

Reisterstown resident

Rose Sanacore, 85, formerly of Miami, died Tuesday at Cherrywood Manor Nursing Home in Reisterstown. She was the wife of the late Anthony Sanacore. Surviving are a son, Vincent A. of Reisterstown; a daughter, Rose Yellin of Long Island, N.Y.; several brothers and sisters; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

Okey S. Bonnette,

died recently

SILVER RUN

Okey Silvester Bonnette, 84, died suddenly Sept. 14 at home. He is survived by his wife, Ruth Bonnette; four sons, the Rev. Norman Bonnette of Taneytown, Phillip of Baltimore, Ronald of Texas and Paul of Pennsylvania; and a daughter, Carol Harrison of Taneytown.

Leo F. Naylor,

mechanic

SYKESVILLE

Leo F. "Dutch" Naylor, 88, died Sept. 19 at Baltimore County General Hospital. A retired auto mechanic, he was a member of the Reisterstown United Methodist Church and a life member of the Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Company.

Surviving are his wife, Dorothy V. Miller of Owings Mills; a sonLeo F. Jr. of Millersville; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

June H. Cunningham,

York, Pa., native

June H. Cunningham, 67, died at her home on Sept. 19. The York, Pa., native is survived by her husband, Harry Cunningham; a daughter, Sharon M. Clark of Woodstock, Ga.; four sons, Ronald W. of Evergreen, Colo., Leslie C. of Roswell, Ga., Gary L. of Sykesville and Blair L. of Abingdon; and eight

grandchildren.

Mildred Krimmelbein,

hospital worker

UNION BRIDGE

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