Hudson S. MoyerRetired welderHudson S. Moyer, a retired...

OBITUARIES

October 21, 1992

Hudson S. Moyer

Retired welder

Hudson S. Moyer, a retired welder and former resident of the Baltimore area, died Sunday of respiratory failure at a hospital in York, Pa.

Graveside services for Mr. Moyer, who was 77, are to be at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at the cemetery of the Long Green Valley Church of the Brethren, 4800 Long Green Road.

Known as Hud, he moved to the New Bridgeville, Pa., area when he retired about 20 years ago. He worked for many years for contractors through Steamfitters Local 438 of the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industries of the United States and Canada.

His wife, the former Rose Ella Currens, died in 1987.

Survivors include a son, Frank Moyer of Portland, Ore.; and two grandchildren.

Marie A. Moxey

Designed bridal gowns

Marie A. Moxey, who for many years operated bridal shops in East Baltimore that featured her custom-made gowns, died Sunday of cancer at her home on Virginia Avenue in Baltimore Highlands.

A Mass of Christian burial for Mrs. Moxey, who was 78, was to be offered at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Clement's Roman Catholic Church, 2700 Washington Ave., Lansdowne.

She designed and made the bridal and other formal gowns she sold, first from her home and then from Moxey's Bridal Shoppe on Chester Street and later on Collington Avenue. She retired about 20 years ago.

The former Marie A. Nowicki was born in Baltimore and graduated from St. Casimir's School.

Her husband, William J. Moxey, who retired as a manager for the Hood Vinegar Co., died in April.

She is survived by a daughter, Millie Costello of Baltimore Highlands; three sons, William Moxey of Edgemere, Ronald Moxey of Jacksonville, Fla., and Gregory Moxey of Rosedale; two sisters, Sophie Parsons of Edgemere and Mildred Steibe of Baltimore; three brothers, Walter Nowicki of Edgemere, Leonard Nowicki of Baltimore and Stanley Nowicki of Arbutus; 15 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

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