Elaine WeinstockVolunteer and lobbyistElaine Weinstock, a...

OBITUARIES

June 06, 1993

Elaine Weinstock

Volunteer and lobbyist

Elaine Weinstock, a volunteer and lobbyist for Jewish and women's organizations in Maryland, died Friday of cancer at her home in Owings Mills. She was 51.

Until shortly before her death, she was a vice president of the Baltimore Jewish Council and a member of the national board of the National Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Weinstock was also past president of NCJW Baltimore Region.

In recent years, she had frequently prepared testimony for committees of the Maryland General Assembly on issues such as abortion rights, Jewish immigration policy and social services.

Active in local Democratic politics, Mrs. Weinstock lobbied members of the Maryland Congressional delegation and state legislature.

The former Elaine Reding, a Baltimore native, attended the Bais Yaakov School and graduated from Forest Park High School in 1959. Mrs. Weinstock earned an associate of arts degree from the University of Pittsburgh and during the 1960s worked as a medical secretary for a Baltimore physician.

She was a member of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.

She and Melvyn J. Weinstock, a Baltimore attorney and senior partner in the law firm of Weinstock, Stevan, Harris and Friedman associates, were married for 29 years.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Weinstock is survived by her mother, Sophie Pressman Reding, of Baltimore; a daughter, Karen Weinstock of Bethesda and a son, David Weinstock, of Baltimore.

Services are scheduled for 3 p.m. today at Sol Levinson and Bros., 6010 Reisterstown Road.

The family suggested that memorial donations could be made to the NCJW Baltimore Region, 7421 Park Heights Ave., Baltimore 21208.

Marie X. Hyland

Third-grade teacher

Marie X. Hyland, a third-grade teacher for more than 40 years in the Baltimore City school system, died Thursday of heart failure at St. Elizabeth's Home for Nursing Care. She was 93.

A graduate of St. John's Academy and the Baltimore Teachers' Training School, she taught third grade for more than 40 years in Baltimore schools No. 20 and No. 248.

Ms. Hyland moved to St. Elizabeth's in Southwest Baltimore eight years ago. Before that she lived in the Rodgers Forge section of Baltimore County. Born and raised in the old 10th Ward in East Baltimore, she also had lived for many years on 31st Street.

Ms. Hyland enjoyed oil painting when she was younger, doing landscapes and still lifes for family members, said a cousin, Genevieve Anthon of Pikesville. She also was an avid reader.

While living in Rodgers Forge, she attended St. Pius Catholic Church and was a member of the St. Pius Sodality.

She was a member of the American Association of Retired Persons and a group of retired teachers in Baltimore County.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Elizabeth's.

Survivors include two other cousins, Anne Davis and Ned Starr, both of Catonsville.

The family suggested that memorial donations could be made to St. Elizabeth's Home for Nursing Care (formerly Jenkins Memorial Home), 3320 Benson Ave., Baltimore 21227, or to the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, St. Joseph Provincial House, 333 S. Seton Ave., Emmitsburg 21727.

Emily E. Rote

Retired timekeeper

Emily E. Rote, who worked for 30 years at Martin Marietta Corp., died Thursday of an aneurysm at Northwest Hospital Center in Randallstown. She was 73.

Before she retired in the 1970s, Miss Rote worked as a timekeeper with Martin Marietta.

The Baltimore native lived on Slade Avenue in Pikesville for 44 years.

She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company and the Pikesville Senior Citizens Guild.

She is survived by three nephews, Joseph Rote of Centreville, Va., Richard Rote of Westminster and Michael Rote of Pikesville.

Services are scheduled for 11 a.m. tomorrow at Loring Byers, 8728 Liberty Road in Randallstown.

The family suggested that memorial contributions could be made to Our Daily Bread, 320 Cathedral St., Baltimore 21201.

Carl 'Bill' Jones

Social Security retiree

Carl William "Bill" Jones, a retired Social Security Administration claims investigator, died Friday of cancer at his home in the Hamilton neighborhood of Baltimore. He was 73.

Mr. Jones worked at Social Security for 35 years until he retired in 1982.

During World War II, he served in the Army Air Corps in Texas and Florida. He left with the rank of staff sergeant.

Mr. Jones was educated in the Baltimore public school system through the eighth grade.

He was a member of American Legion Hamilton Post No. 20, the National Association of Retired Federal Employees and the Social Security Alumni.

Services are scheduled for 11 a.m. tomorrow at Miller Funeral Home, 6415 Belair Road.

Mr. Jones is survived by his wife of 23 years, the former Terry McCarthy; two sisters, Grace Gay and Mary Smith, both of Baltimore; and a brother, David Jones of Parkersburg, W.Va.

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