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April 17, 1993

: Sister Annunziata

Taught in Dundalk

Sister Mary Annunziata Cristalli, S.S.N.D., who taught the second grade at Our Lady of Hope School in Dundalk until last fall, died Tuesday of cancer at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

She was 62 and had lived at the Maria Health Center at Villa Assumpta, the motherhouse of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, since November.

Sister Annunziata began teaching at the Dundalk school in 1981.

From 1969 until 1981, she taught first- and second-graders at St. Frances School in Keyser, W.Va.. For 10 years before that, she had taught those same grades and music at St. John's School in Westminster.

Sister Annunziata began her teaching career in 1949 in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and had also taught at St. Joseph's School in Washington.

The former Donata Cristalli was a native of Camden, N.J., who was a graduate of Camden Catholic High School and the old ZTC Notre Dame Normal School. She entered the School Sisters of Notre Dame in 1948.

A Mass of Christian burial for Sister Annunziata was to be offered at 9:30 a.m. today in the chapel of Villa Assumpta, 6401 N. Charles St. in Towson. A Mass was also offered Thursday evening at Our Lady of Hope Church.

She is survived by a sister, Theresa Cristalli of Westmont, N.J.; six nephews; a grandnephew; and five grandnieces.

Patricia Madie Bell

Social Security analyst

Patricia Madie Bell, a management analyst for the Socia Security Administration who was active in church work, died Tuesday of cancer at St. Agnes Hospital.

She was 55 and lived on Sylvan Drive in Lochearn.

She had worked at Social Security headquarters in Woodlawn since 1972.

A native of Buffalo, N.Y., she began working for Social Security in New York City in 1960 after her graduation from the University of Buffalo.

She was a devotee of opera and musical comedy. She also sang in the choir at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in Baltimore, where she served on the vestry.

She also traveled extensively in this country, Canada, Europe, the Middle East and China.

Services were to be conducted at 11 a.m. today at St. Bartholomew's Church, 4711 Edmondson Ave.

OC Miss Bell's survivors include a sister, Cinda B. Johnson of WestChester, Pa.; and a brother, James L. Bell Jr. of Chattanooga, Tenn.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the music program at St. Bartholomew's.

Nina Roy Galloway

Easton resident, 101

Nina Roy Galloway, who was 101, died Tuesday at the healt care center of the William Hill Manor Retirement Community in Easton of complications of the flu.

The former Nina Roy was a native of Baltimore who was reared in Walbrook, where she was a member of the old Walbrook Episcopal Church. She had also lived in Windsor Hills. She had moved to the retirement community from Lutherville in 1981.

Mrs. Galloway was a 1909 graduate of Western High School and was married in 1913 to Jennis Edmunds Galloway, who died in 1962.

She was a Red Cross volunteer during both world wars.

Graveside services were to be conducted at noon today at Druid Ridge Cemetery, Park Heights Avenue and Old Court Road in Pikesville.

Mrs. Galloway is survived by a son, Jennis Roy Galloway of Wye Mills; a daughter, Nancy G. Manger of Towson; a brother, Robert H. Roy of Ruxton; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

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