Paul C. FrangioneCountry club chefPaul C. Frangione, a...

OBITUARIES

May 26, 1993

Paul C. Frangione

Country club chef

Paul C. Frangione, a retired Country Club of Maryland chef, died May 11 of kidney failure at the Home of Hope Hospice in Wyoming, Mich.

The 81-year-old Jamestown, N.Y., native moved to Baltimore in 1938 to become a chef at the New Howard Hotel on Howard Street.

He then went to work for the Annapolis Yacht Club. In the 1950s, he joined the Country Club of Maryland as a chef until his 1978 retirement.

In 1938, he and the former Dorothy Hawkins were married in Jamestown, N.Y. Mrs. Frangione died in 1980. Mr. Frangione moved to Wyoming, Mich., in 1989.

A memorial service was conducted May 13 in Wyoming.

Survivors include daughters Paula Miller of Eldersburg and Lisbet Lobdell of Wyoming; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

Helen E. Mayo

Former Towson resident

Helen E. Mayo, a former resident of Towson, died Saturday of cancer at a nursing home in Berkeley Heights, N.J. She was 83.

She lived in Towson from 1984 until 1988 and was active in senior citizen groups and was a volunteer at nursing homes.

The former Helen E. Sanzo was a native of New York City and had also lived there and in Franklin, N.J., and Toms River, N.J.

Her husband, Domonick Francis Mayo, died in 1973.

Services for Mrs. Mayo were to be conducted at 10 a.m. today at the William A. Bradley & Son Funeral Home in Chatham, N.J.

She is survived by two daughters, Rose Skjeveland of Franklin and Dolores Weber of New York City; a son, A. Dale Mayo of Chatham; five sisters, Dorothy DeChiaro and Virginia Murphy, both of Towson, Ida Mandato of Baltimore, Susan Gertson of Richmond and Jo Goldberg of Washington; a brother, Albert Sanzo of Syosset, N.Y.; 11 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Evelyn Johnston

Accounting supervisor

Evelyn Johnston, who retired from the accounting department of what is now CSX Transportation, died May 18 of cancer at her home in the Court House Square Apartments in Towson.

Mrs. Johnston, 77, retired in 1980 after 37 years of service, mostly with the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad.

She and her husband, James G. Johnston, who died in 1976, moved to Baltimore from Huntington, W.Va., in the late 1960s. A native of Huntington, the former Evelyn McDonie attended Marshall University there.

Services were conducted May 21 at the Johnson Funeral Home in Baynesville.

She is survived by a daughter-in-law, Betty Carvol Johnston of Allentown, Pa.; a sister, Phyllis Moore of Huntington; and two grandchildren.

Veronica M. Eyring

Hospital volunteer

Veronica M. Eyring, who had been a volunteer worker at St. Joseph Hospital, died Monday at the Stella Maris Hospice after an apparent heart attack.

She was 88 and lived for many years in the Mayfield section of Northeast Baltimore. She had also served as president of the parents association of Mount St. Agnes High School and College.

The former Veronica M. Lochboehler was a native of Washington who moved to Baltimore as a child with her family. She graduated from the Baltimore Academy of the Visitation.

Her husband, John F. Eyring, an architect and builder, died in 1962.

A Mass of Christian burial for Mrs. Eyring was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church, 3615 Harford Road in Baltimore.

She is survived by a son, Dr. John F. Eyring Jr. of Baltimore; two daughters, Mary Elaine Teschemacher of Sarasota, Fla., and Eugenia F. Hasson of Annapolis; a sister, Eugenia Watson of Towson; 11 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Nancy R. Barrett

Started Barrett Business

Nancy Renfrow Barrett, who founded a secretarial service and temporary employment agency in Baltimore, died Saturday of cancer at her home in Easton. She was 80.

She founded Barrett Business Services in 1951 and sold it to her daughter and son-in-law when she retired in 1979. She then moved to Easton.

The former Nancy Renfrow was a native of Norfolk, Va. She was reared in Frederick and graduated from Frederick High School. She returned to Norfolk during World War II and worked in a Navy civilian personnel office.

After the war, she worked at the Belvedere Hotel, where she met Harry A. Barrett, who was an assistant manager. They were married in 1949. Mr. Barrett died in 1970.

Services for Mrs. Barrett were to be conducted at 11 a.m. today at the Royal Oak Community United Methodist Church in Royal Oak, Talbot County.

Her survivors include her daughter, Nancy B. Sherertz of Portland, Ore.; and two granddaughters.

Annie I. Rohrbaugh

Railroad worker

Annie I. Rohrbaugh, a 47-year employee with the Pennsylvania Railroad, died Monday at the York Lutheran Retirement Village in York, Pa., at the age of 101.

A native of West Fairview, Pa., and former resident of Baltimore, Ms. Rohrbaugh retired from the Chesapeake regional office of supervisor of the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1963, where she had worked since 1916.

There are no immediate survivors.

Services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the York Lutheran Retirement Village Chapel, 750 Kelly Drive, York.

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