Regina N. WhitefordBel Air residentRegina N. Whiteford, a...


March 31, 1993

Regina N. Whiteford

Bel Air resident

Regina N. Whiteford, a resident of Harford County for many years, died Sunday of pneumonia at Fallston General Hospital.

Mrs. Whiteford, who was 58, had lived in Bel Air since 1980 and in Whiteford from the late 1950s until 1973.

The former Regina Novak was a native of Baltimore and a graduate of the Catholic High School.

She and her husband, Dr. Edwin W. Whiteford, medical director for the Martin Marietta Corp. at Middle River and a colonel in the Maryland Air National Guard, lived in Tempe, Ariz., for a time in the 1970s.

A Mass of the Resurrection for Mrs. Whiteford will be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Margaret's Roman Catholic Church in Bel Air.

In addition to her husband, survivors include a son, John A. Whiteford of Havre de Grace; a daughter, Judi Walker of Atlanta; a brother, Edward F. Novak Jr. of Sykesville; and two grandchildren.

Mary Salmon

Private duty nurse

Mary Fitzpatrick Salmon, a native of Ireland who lived and worked as a private duty practical nurse in Trappe for many years, died Saturday of a respiratory illness at a hospital in Bradenton, Fla.

Mrs. Salmon, who was 84 and spent the winters in Bradenton Beach, Fla., retired about 15 years ago from nursing.

The former Mary Fitzpatrick came to this country in 1927 at the age of 19 and lived in Philadelphia until her marriage in 1933 to John Salmon, also a native of Ireland. Mr. Salmon died in 1955.

Mrs. Salmon was a member of the Sodality at SS. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church in Easton, where a Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 10 a.m. today

She is survived by a daughter, Mary Ann Wood of Easton; three sons, John T. Salmon of Millersville, Martin E. Salmon of Chesapeake City and Prince George's Circuit Judge James P. Salmon of Hyattsville; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial donations to SS. Peter and Paul Church.

Mildred T. King


Mildred T. King, a retired barmaid, died Friday at St. Agnes Hospital of pancreatitis.

The 69-year-old Allender Apartments resident retired about six years ago from the Spot Bar. She had worked there and at the Paradise Inn for about 30 years.

Before working as a barmaid, she worked in the American Steel and Tin Co. plant in Baltimore.

The former Mildred T. Cooper was a native of Baltimore and was educated at St. Francis Xavier School. Her husband, William Clyde King, a retired merchant seaman, died in 1980.

Services were to be conducted at 4:30 p.m. today at the Phillips Funeral Home, 1727 N. Monroe St., Baltimore.

Mrs. King is survived by two daughters, Vanessa Butcher and Jacquline King; a son, Eugene Roles; two brothers, Warren and Lawrence Cooper; a sister, Juanita Mitchell; and five grandchildren. All are from Baltimore.

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