Kathleen CohenLongtime teacherKathleen Cohen, a...


June 28, 1993

Kathleen Cohen

Longtime teacher

Kathleen Cohen, a fourth-grade teacher for 28 years at Park Heights Elementary School in Baltimore, died June 14 at Sinai Hospital of a head injury suffered in a fall at her Northwest Baltimore home. She was 56.

Miss Cohen taught earlier in Martinsville, Va., and at Martin Luther King Elementary School in Baltimore.

Born in Gastonia, N.C., Miss Cohen attended Highland High School and received her bachelor's degree in education from Winston-Salem Teachers College in Winston-Salem, N.C., in 1964. She later earned a master's degree.

She was an active member of the Baltimore chapter of Winston-Salem College Alumni Association.

Miss Cohen is survived by two sisters, Mary E. Jones and Lorraine Cohen, both of Philadelphia; and 10 nieces and nephews.

Services were held June 21 at Gillis Memorial Community Church. William Lee Holly, a telemarketer with G & E Contractors, died Friday at his parents' home in Glen Burnie after a long illness. He was 35.

The family declined to divulge the cause of Mr. Holly's death.

Mr. Holly was born in Frankfurt, Germany, and moved to Maryland with his family in 1960. He graduated from Old Mill High School in 1977.

Three years later, Mr. Holly moved to Texas to work as a mechanic for an oil company. In 1984, he moved to Florida where he worked for an air conditioning installation company.

He returned to Glen Burnie in 1988 and, for the past three years, worked for G & E Contractors.

Family members said Mr. Holly enjoyed fishing in area waters.

He is survived by his parents, A. B. "Bill" and Beverly Janis Holly of Glen Burnie; a brother, Curtis G. Holly of Glen Rock, Pa.; and a sister, Janis M. Cole of Elkridge.

Services were to be held at 2 p.m. today at the Singleton Funeral

Home at 1 Second Avenue, S.W., in Glen Burnie.


Angelo J. Macri

Retired contractor

Angelo J. Macri, a retired Baltimore contractor, died Friday at St. Joseph's Hospital after a heart attack. He was 71.

Mr. Macri, who lived in Stoneleigh for 45 years, formed the Macri Construction Co. in Baltimore 20 years ago and coordinated its activities until his retirement two years ago.

Born in East Baltimore, Mr. Macri attended Patterson High School. He volunteered for the Army in 1942 and served as an infantryman in the Pacific. Mr. Macri was the lone survivor of a small battle between the Allies and Japan and was hospitalized for six months. He received a Purple Heart.

Soon after his return to Baltimore, Mr. Macri opened a liquor business. After 15 years, he became a contractor.

Mr. Macri organized the Cavaliere Lodge of the Order of the Sons of Italy in 1979 and was president for the group's first two years. He was a 30-year member of the Knights of Columbus, a 25-year member of the Order of Alhambra Alcala Caravan 16, and a longtime member of St. Pius X Church in Baltimore.

He is survived by his wife of 50 years, the former Cecilia Giuliani; a daughter, Cecilia Coe of Hamilton; and two grandchildren.

Services were scheduled for 10 a.m. today Monday at St. Pius X Church at 6428 York Rd. in Baltimore.

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