Anthony J. Hyman, 50, binder company president

April 25, 1993

Anthony J. Hyman Jr., president of a Baltimore binder manufacturing company, died of a kidney ailment called Goodpasture's syndrome at St. Joseph Hospital in Towson on Thursday. He was 50.

Mr. Hyman had been president of B. C. Lucas Binders on Russell Street since the late 1970s, when he bought the company with a partner, Ronald Schilling.

The company, which manufactures ring binders and does screen printing, has customers throughout the Middle Atlantic States.

After leaving high school, he served about four years in the Air Force and, after getting out of the service, worked briefly as a salesman for Coca-Cola in the early 1960s.

In the late 1960s, he took a job as a sales representative for McBee Binders in Baltimore, becoming the company's sales manager in 1970.

Born in Baltimore, Mr. Hyman grew up in Waverly and attended City College. He lived in the Towson area for about 24 years before moving to the Canton section of the city about eight years ago.

He enjoyed watching his two sons compete in high school and college swimming events, and he was an avid card player.

Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road.

Mr. Hyman is survived by his two sons, William A. Hyman of Charlotte, N.C., and Michael F. Hyman of Glen Rock, Pa.; two brothers, Jerry Hyman of Carney and Kevin Hyman of Chase; three sisters, Karen Kelly of Richmond, Va., Diane Weglein of Clarksville and Susan Hyman of Carney; his fiancee, Darlene Lemmon of Canton; his stepmother, Bernice Murphy of Baltimore; a stepbrother, William Noble of Baltimore; a stepsister, Mary Rita Simms of Sykesville; and one grandson.

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