Robert Lement911 operatorRobert Lement, a Timonium...


June 11, 1993

Robert Lement

911 operator

Robert Lement, a Timonium resident who had been a 911 operator in Baltimore County, died June 2 at St. Joseph Hospital of complications from diabetes.

He was 50 and had been a 911 operator for the county for the past 12 years. Earlier, he lived in New York City, where he owned a carwash and drove a taxi.

He served in the Army as a medic in Germany in the early 1960s.

He was a scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 744 at Piney Grove Methodist Church.

Memorial services were conducted Tuesday at First Lutheran Church in Towson.

He is survived by his mother, Clara Landers; and brothers Dana and Jerry Landers, all of New York.

Contributions may be made to Boy Scout Troop 744, 201 Bowleys Quarters Road, Baltimore 21220.

Helen G. Mohler

Volunteer worker

Helen G. Mohler, a volunteer worker, died Tuesday of cancer at a daughter's Catonsville home.

The 88-year-old lifelong Catonsville resident had lived at the Charlestown Retirement Community for the past eight years.

She was a member of the Bon Secours Hospital Auxiliary and the St. Agnes Hospital Auxiliary.

Her husband of 35 years, Emile Riggs Mohler, died in 1966.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered Wednesday in Our Lady of the Angels Chapel at Charlestown in Catonsville.

She is survived by two daughters, Mary Helen Fraiji and Catherine M. Stafford, both of Catonsville; two sons, Dr. Emile R. Mohler Jr. of Ellicott City and Hugh W. Mohler of Salisbury; a sister, Catherine Sinon-McLaurine of Baltimore; 14 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.

Jervis S. Marshall

Auctioneer, horse breeder

Jervis S. Marshall, who was an auctioneer and horse breeder, died of cancer Tuesday at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

Mr. Marshall, 58, lived at Whitehackle Farm in Upperco where he and his wife boarded and bred thoroughbred race horses.

As an auctioneer, he handled merchandise sales in the Baltimore area and horse sales in New York and Pennsylvania.

A native of Owings Mills, he attended Gilman School and graduated from the Stuyvesant School in Warrenton, Va.. He was named for a great uncle, Jervis Spencer Jr., a steeplechase rider and former Maryland Racing Commission chairman.

Services were scheduled for 4 p.m. today at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, St. Thomas Lane and Garrison Forest Road in Owings Mills.

He is survived by his wife, the former Sharon Gosnay; three sons from a previous marriage, Jervis S. Marshall Jr. of West Chester, Pa., Edward Thomas Fenton Marshall, who is in the Coast Guard, and Ragan Spencer Marshall of Newark, Del.; a daughter from the earlier marriage, Jean Marshall Jones of Baltimore; a brother, H. Benthall Marshall Jr. of Camden, S.C.; a sister, Katharine Marshall Washburne of Owings Mills; and five grandchildren.

James E. Haas Jr.

Pilot, Towson native

A Mass of Christian burial for James E. Haas Jr., a pilot who was killed Monday when his banner-towing airplane crashed near Selbyville, Del., will be offered at 10.30 a.m. today at the Roman Catholic Church of St. Bernadette, 801 Stevenson Road, Severn.

Mr. Haas, 23, was a native of Towson who lived for most of his life in Annapolis and Severna Park.

A 1988 graduate of Severna Park High School, where he was a member of the football and basketball teams, he was a 1992 graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Before becoming a pilot for the Selbyville-based Skybanners aerial advertising company, he worked on the ground for BWA Courier and Butler Aviation at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

He is survived by his parents, Lynne and James E. Haas Sr. of Severna Park; a brother, Daniel B. Haas of Severna Park; his paternal grandmother, Ellen Haas of College Point, N.Y.; and his maternal grandfather, James Flannery of Philadelphia.

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