Alfred Daniel Hager, 48, programmer for BG&E

June 02, 1993|By Staff Report

Alfred Daniel Hager, a computer programmer for the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., died Saturday of cancer at his home in Pikesville. He was 48.

The McHenry Avenue resident had worked for BG&E for 15 years and earlier had been a computer operator for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland. A native of Baltimore who was reared in Kissimmee, Fla., he had returned to this area in 1968.

A graduate of Lakeview High School in Kissimmee and of the Electronic Computer Programming Institute in Buffalo, N.Y., he earned an associate's degree at Catonsville Community College NTC and had served in the Navy. He liked to drive in autocross races.

A memorial service was to be conducted at 3 p.m. today at Northwest Baptist Church, 300 Westminster Road, Reisterstown.

Mr. Hager is survived by his wife, the former Judith Warnke; twdaughters, Tina Michelle Hager and Amy Danette Hager, both of Pikesville; a son, Jay Frederick Hager of Pikesville; his mother, Eleanor Kibler of Lake City, Fla.; a brother, Timothy Rackl of Pennsylvania; and a sister, Janice Young of Mount Airy.

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