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October 07, 1992

Elsie Bradby Scott

Taught hearing-impaired

Elsie Bradby Scott, a retired teacher of children with hearing problems, died Thursday at Liberty Medical Center after a heart attack.

Services for the 68-year-old Sequoia Avenue resident were conducted Monday at St. James Episcopal Church, where she helped her husband in his work as treasurer.

She retired in 1980 from Garrison Junior High School, where she served as coordinator of a program for teaching students with hearing impairments since 1966. She also taught at the Francis M. Wood School and, in 1955, taught the first class of aphasic children at the William S. Baer School. In addition, she had been a demonstration and supervising teacher for Towson State University.

Born in Charles City County, Va., the former Elsie Bradby was reared in Baltimore and was a graduate of Douglass High School and Coppin State College. She did graduate work at New York University and what was then the Horace Rackam School of Special Education at the Michigan State Normal College in Ypsilanti.

She had been a member of Unity Christian Church before becoming a member of St. James Church.

Mrs. Scott was a member of the Queen of Sheba chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star.

She is survived by her husband of 44 years, Ronald David Scott; a daughter, Candace S. Simms of Baltimore; a brother, Weldon Bradby of Baltimore; and two grandsons. Lloyd N. Lilly Jr., 70, who retired in 1986 as a purchasing agent for Gould Inc., an electronics firm, died of cancer Saturday at his Glen Burnie home.

Services for Mr. Lilly were conducted yesterday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

With Gould for about five years, he earlier did purchasing work for other companies.

The Baltimore native served in the Marine Corps in the Pacific during World War II. Survivors include his wife of 13 years, Lynn L. Lilly; two sons, Bruce R. Lilly of Baltimore and Joseph S. Stammer of Glen Burnie; two daughters, Vicky J. Cefaloni of Baltimore and Donna M. Miller of Westminster; three sisters, Betty Woodall of Riviera Beach, Sally Lilly of Baltimore and Dottie Kiss of Ellicott City; and nine grandchildren.

Dennis Ian Deutsch

Active in the arts

Dennis Ian Deutsch, who owned a Baltimore interior design company and was active in the arts, died Sept. 27 at Maryland General Hospital of AIDS complications.

The 45-year-old Reading, Pa., native was a 1965 graduate of Mount Penn High School and co-editor of its yearbook. He later attended the Pratt Institute, a New York design school.

He had operated his business, Deutsch Designs, since moving to Baltimore 20 years ago.

He assisted backstage and with set design for the Baltimore Opera Company and appeared in small, non-singing roles, his family said.

Known as a generous friend, Mr. Deutsch gave talks to promote AIDS awareness and was active in HERO, a support group for victims of acquired immune deficiency syndrome.

Surviving are his parents, Dorace and Arthur Deutsch of San Diego; a sister, Francine Deutsch of San Diego; a brother, Kerry M. Deutsch of Brookeville; his paternal grandmother, Elaine Deutsch of San Diego; and a niece and nephew.

Services were conducted in San Diego. The family suggested memorial donations to AIDS Action Baltimore, 2105 N. Charles St., Baltimore 21218.

Harmon E. Mullins

Railroad engineer

Harmon E. Mullins, a retired engineer for the Western Maryland Railway, died Thursday of heart failure at North Arundel Hospital.

Services for Mr. Mullins, who was 85 and lived on Idlewood Street in Glen Burnie, were held Saturday.

He is survived by four daughters, H. Rosalie McMullen of Baltimore, L. Geraldine Buxenstein of Baltimore Highlands and E. Colleen Throckmorton and Eva G. Phelps, both of Glen Burnie; four sisters, Gladys Young of Shreveport, La., Madge Pritchard of Madison, W.Va., Ruby Tucker of Morro Bay, Calif., and Jean Smith of Hollyhills, Fla.; a brother, Stanley Mullins of Ridgeview, W.Va.; 12 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.

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