He was 74 and had moved from Arbutus to Clarksville, Ind., after he retired.
He retired as manager of the Baltimore-West office of Monumental, which has its headquarters in Baltimore. He had also served from 1962 until 1968 as manager of the firm's office in Jeffersonville, Ind., which, like Clarksville, is near Louisville.
With Monumental since 1951, he had earlier worked in the metallurgy department at the Sparrows Point mills of the Bethlehem Steel Corp.
The Baltimore native was a graduate of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks in the Baltimore area and of the Loyal Order of Moose in Baltimore and Louisville.
Services for Mr. Heise were to be conducted at 11 a.m. today at the Scott Funeral Home in Jeffersonville.
He is survived by his wife, the former Gloria Wireman; a son, Edward Heise Jr. of Baltimore; three daughters, Alma Wyatt and Wilma Coleman, both of Jeffersonville, and Gloria L. Heise of Baltimore; two brothers, Henry and Irvin Heise, both of Baltimore; three sisters, Anna Stone and Cecilia Gray, both of Baltimore, and Marie Hess of Chula Vista, Calif.; and four grandchildren.
Winston "Fritz" Callan, a retired airline pilot, died Oct. 29 of diabetes at the Sewickley Valley Hospital near Pittsburgh. He was 63.
The Baltimore native graduated from Patterson Park High School in 1946 and earned a bachelor of arts in aeronautics at what is now Towson State University.
He started flying in 1945 at the old Curtiss Wright Airport in Baltimore County.
His airline career began with Lake Central Airlines, which in a series of mergers and buy-outs was transformed into what now is part of USAir. After 25 years with the company, he retired in 1986.
Mr. Callan joined the Maryland National Guard in 1948 and attained the rank of second lieutenant. He transferred to the Pennsylvania Guard when he moved to Pittsburgh in the 1950s due to a job reassignment. In 1979, he retired as a major in the National Guard.
He enjoyed hunting deer, flying and collecting rifles.
Services for Mr. Callan were held on Nov. 1 at the Duda Ruck Funeral Home in Dundalk.
He is survived by his wife of 43 years, the former Nora B. Hufner; a son, Winston E. Callan of Pittsburgh; two daughters, Deborah K. Callan of Pittsburgh and Cecilia M. Callan of Baltimore; and his mother, Katherine Callan, and a sister, Catherine Heger, both of Philadelphia.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the House of Ruth.
Tanya Yvette Henry
Tanya Yvette Henry, who worked for the Monumental Life Insurance Co., died Christmas Day of viral meningitis at the University of Maryland Medical Center.
She was 31 and lived on Poplar Grove Street.
She did data processing work for several firms and joined Monumental nearly three years ago.
Born in Baltimore, she was a graduate of Northwestern High School and studied at the Baltimore City Community College.
She was a member of the Hospitality Guild at the Pentecost Baptist Church, where she had earlier been active in the Youth Department and where her mother and a brother are ministers.
Services for Miss Henry were to be conducted at 11:30 a.m. today at the Whitestone Baptist Church, 3005 Baker St.
She is survived by her parents, Eddie T. Henry and the Rev. Vivian Ellen Henry; three sisters, Vivian Ellen Brown and Vanessa and Corliss Henry; and two brothers, the Rev. Timothy Henry and Eddie Henry Sr.. All are of Baltimore.
David A. Stempor
David Aaron Stempor, a retired carpenter, died Saturday of cancer at his home in Glen Rock, Pa.
He was 51 and had moved from Dundalk to Glen Rock nearly a year ago.
The Baltimore native was a self-employed carpenter who did repair work and small construction jobs.
A daughter, Victoria Lynn Lloyd of Oliver Beach, described him as "a kindhearted, gentle man."
Graveside services for Mr. Stempor were conducted Tuesday at the Zion Lutheran Church cemetery in Glen Rock.
He is also survived by another daughter, Shelly Dawn Reeves of Glen Rock; a son, David Aaron Stempor Jr. of Dundalk; and three grandchildren.