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October 09, 1992

Helen Miller

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Helen Miller, who was active as an alumna of the University of Rhode Island and in the United States Power Squadrons, died Monday of cancer at Stella Maris Hospice.

Services for Mrs. Miller, who was 79 and lived in Towson, were scheduled for 8 tonight at the Ruck Towson Funeral Home, 1050 York Road.

The former Helen Mae Taggart was a native of East Greenwich, R.I., and was a 1934 graduate of the University of Rhode Island. An active supporter of the university, she was a member of its President's Club.

She moved to the Baltimore area in 1935 after her marriage to George M. Miller, who was the chief civilian engineer in the Baltimore office of the Army Corps of Engineers before his death in 1976.

She was a member of the Baltimore Yacht Club, a lieutenant in the Sue Island Power Squadron and a member of the Patapsco River Power Squadron. Mrs. Miller had been a member of the Rockdale Garden Club, and was also fond of travel in the United States and Europe. She is survived by a son, George Melvin Miller Jr. of Hampstead; a daughter, Frances Miller Medenbach of Columbia; and four grandchildren.

Charlotte Cree, who lived in the Baltimore area from 1966 until she moved from Parkton to Palm Coast, Fla., in 1984, died Sept. 23 at a hospital in Bunnell, Fla., after a series of heart attacks.

A memorial service for Mrs. Cree, who was 77 and was known as Sherley, was to be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Palm Coast.

The former Charlotte Green was a native of Montreal.

She lived in the Baltimore area while her husband, Walter G. Cree, was purchasing agent for the University of Maryland at College Park. She was a member of Towson Presbyterian Church.

In addition to her husband of 49 years, survivors include a daughter, Arlene Cree of Palm Coast; and a sister, Ruth Adams of Montreal.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the Sherley Cree Memorial Fund at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Palm Coast.

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