David H. Butler Nurse, former manager

November 21, 1992

David H. Butler, a former manager for the Westinghouse Electric Corp. who had just completed training as a registered nurse, died early Wednesday after an apparent heart attack at his Westminster home.

Services for Mr. Butler, who was 50 and had moved to Westminster from Upperco 10 days ago, were to be conducted at 1 p.m. today at Northwest Baptist Church, 300 Westminster Road, Reisterstown.

He successfully completed a year-long nurse-training program at the Hanover Hospital Nursing School in Pennsylvania.

Earlier, he had worked for 24 years for Westinghouse at Hunt Valley.

Born in Essex, he was a 1960 graduate of Kenwood High School. He served in the Army in the 82nd Airborne Division for four years and graduated from the University of Baltimore in 1976.

Mr. Butler was a member of the Boring Volunteer Fire Department and an emergency medical technician with the Hampstead Volunteer Fire Department.

He is survived by his wife, the former Carole Swick; a daughter, Donna Katherine Simpkins of Baltimore; his parents, Herbert A. and Catherine Davis Butler of Essex; two sisters, Marilyn J. Peper of Westminster and Linda L. Blumner of Mount Washington; a brother, Jeffrey Linton Butler of Essex; his grandmother, Gertrude Butler of Rosedale; and a granddaughter.

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