Thomas J. ShriverForest Hill residentThomas J. Shriver, an...

OBITUARIES

July 08, 1993

Thomas J. Shriver

Forest Hill resident

Thomas J. Shriver, an employee of a sanitation services firm, died Sunday at his home in Forest Hill. He was 37.

He had worked at Harford Sanitation Services Inc. in Bel Air for the past year. He also worked for Pizza Hut in Maryland.

Mr. Shriver, who moved to Maryland in 1985, was born and reared in Camp Spring, Pa. He attended Trinity High School in Shiremanstown, Pa., for two years before transferring to Cumberland Valley High School in Mechanicsville, Pa., where he graduated in 1974. He also attended California (Pa.) State University.

He was a member of the Roman Catholic Church of the Good Shepherd in Camp Hill.

A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Shriver was to be offered at 11 a.m. today at the Church of the Good Shepherd.

He is survived by his parents, Thomas B. and Theresa B. Shriver of Camp Hill; four sisters, Mary Theresa Shriver of Harrisburg, Pa., Beth Anne Shriver of Arlington, Va., Anne Marie Shriver of Gaithersburg and Molly S. Busler of Greenville, S.C.; his grandmother, Dorothy H. Shriver of Harrisburg; and several aunts and uncles.

The family suggested memorial donations to St. Mary's Catholic Church, P.O. Box 386, Edgefield, S.C. 29824; or to the Central Pennsylvania Literacy Council, 1120 Drexel Hill Blvd., New Cumberland, Pa. 17070.

James L. Scott

Retired Elkton merchant

James L. "Scotty" Scott, a retired bookkeeper and store manager, died Saturday of heart failure at Union Hospital of Cecil County in Elkton. He was 76.

He was known fondly as "Scotty" at Jodlbauer's Furniture Store in Elkton, where he worked for 30 years. Before joining Jodlbauer's, he had worked for Triumph Explosives, William B. Merry and Sons and Bayshore Auto, all firms in Elkton.

Born in Onancock, Va., he moved to Elkton in 1940. During World War II, he served in the Navy.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 11 a.m. today at Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in Elkton.

Mr. Scott is survived by his wife of 55 years, the former Bertha Julia Kreipel; a daughter, Kathleen "Kay" Scott Skozypic, also of Elkton; a brother, Carson Rew Scott of Tacoma, Wash.; a stepsister, Jacqueline Scott Evans of Onancock; a stepbrother, Robert R. Scott of Baltimore; and a granddaughter.

Milton L. Gregory Jr.

BG&E supervisor

Milton Lewis Gregory Jr., a supervisor for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. for 25 years, died Saturday of lung cancer at University of Maryland Medical Center. He was 45.

Born in Farmville, Va., his family lived for a time in Aberdeen before moving to East Baltimore when he was 9 years old.

In 1967, he graduated from Frederick Douglass High School where he was a member of the wrestling team. His sister, Rita Ridgley, of Baltimore, said he won numerous awards during his high school wrestling career.

After graduation, he briefly attended Morgan State University and Catonsville Community College. He then became a supervisor in the materials management department at BG&E.

He was a member of St. Matthews United Methodist Church in Baltimore, where he was business manager for the senior usher board and a member of United Methodist Men.

Services for Mr. Gregory were to be held at 7:30 p.m. today at St. Matthews United Methodist Church, 416 E. 23rd St.

In addition to his sister, he is survived by Garland Lewis, his wife of three years; a stepson, Adonis Burris; his parents, Milton Lewis Sr. and Mary Gregory; and three sisters, Lavonne Fryar, Elaine Gregory and Dannette Gregory. All are of Baltimore.

Henry Jacob Klein

Retired electrician

Henry Jacob Klein, a retired electrician, died Tuesday at Harbor Hospital Center in Baltimore after a lengthy illness. He was 82.

Mr. Klein was born in Baltimore and graduated from City College. In 1936, he married his childhood sweetheart, Alma F. Eates. Five years later, they moved to Lakeland in Baltimore County.

Mr. Klein's first job was at the now defunct Maryland Glass Corp. in Lakeland. He also worked for the Maryland Drydock Corp., helping to repair ships from around the world. After a period in which he was self-employed, he worked for 10 years as an electrical inspector for Anne Arundel County government until he retired in 1981.

He was a member of Magothy Chelsea Community Lutheran Church and the Glen Burnie Masonic Lodge.

Mrs. Klein died in 1989.

Services are to be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow at the Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. S.W., Glen Burnie.

Mr. Klein is survived by a son, Henry W. Klein of Fairfield, Calif.; two daughters, Patsy L. Newton of Pasadena and Lesley S. Kendricks of Pittsburg, Calif.; a sister, Louise S. Nickerson of Chandler, Ariz.; a granddaughter; two grandsons; and two great-granddaughters.

The family suggested memorial contributions to Magothy Chelsea Community Lutheran Church on Creek Boulevard in Pasadena.

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