Dr. Marilyn CosbyChildren's dentistDr. Marilyn Kay Cosby...


August 27, 1993

Dr. Marilyn Cosby

Children's dentist

Dr. Marilyn Kay Cosby, who began practicing children's dentistry in Baltimore in 1973, was found dead of undetermined causes Saturday after collapsing at her home on Steele Road. She was 50.

A member of the American Dental Association and the International Association of Orthodontics, she also taught in the 1970s at the University of Maryland Dental School.

A graduate of the University of Indiana and its dental school, she also studied pedodontics and children's dentistry at Ohio State University. Her marriage to Dr. Carlton Greene ended in divorce.

In addition to membership in professional groups, the Madison, Ind., native belonged to Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and was confirmed at St. Katharine of Alexandria Episcopal Church in November.

Services were set for 7 p.m. today at the church, 2001 Division St., Baltimore.

She is survived by two daughters, Laura Camille Greene and Carla Lorraine Greene, both of Baltimore; seven sisters, Frances C. Guess, Cecele Humes and Naomi Oglesby, all of Indianapolis, Marlene Cosby of Rockfort, Ill., Judith A. Cosby of Storrs, Conn., Sheila C. Cosby of Louisville, Ky., and Elsie M. Payne of Madison; and two brothers, Charles Cosby of Madison and Eugene F. Cosby of Prescott, Ariz.

Elizabeth L. Schiller

Wye House owner

Elizabeth L. Schiller, who had been active in the community in Easton, died Sunday of circulatory illness at her home, Wye House.

Mrs. Schiller, 96, had lived at Wye House since 1948 and was the ninth generation of her family to maintain the Easton estate since 1660.

The former Elizabeth Key Lloyd was born in Baltimore and lived in Sewickley, Pa., with her husband, Morgan Burdett Schiller, before they moved to Wye House. Mr. Schiller died in 1973. She had been a Red Cross volunteer in the Pittsburgh area and was a member of the Mount Vernon Club in Baltimore and of Chapter I of the Colonial Dames of America.

In the Easton area, she was active in the Junior Board of Memorial Hospital, the United Fund, All Faith Episcopal Chapel, the Harbor Club and the Talbot County Garden Club.

A memorial service was set for 11 a.m. today at Wye House.

She is survived by a niece, Mary Donnell Tilghman of Baltimore; two grandnieces; two grandnephews; and two stepgrandsons.

The family suggested memorial contributions may be made to Preservation Maryland, 24 W. Saratoga St., Baltimore 21201, for the Wye House Graveyard Fund.

Patrick D. Gilhooley

Allied Chemical executive

Patrick D. Gilhooley, who had been an executive with Allied Chemical Corp. in Baltimore and was a national vice president of the Service Corps of Retired Executives, died Sunday of respiratory failure at a hospital in Wilmington, Del.

The 67-year-old Charlestown, Cecil County, resident taught courses for small business owners at the community college at the time of his death.

He retired in 1984 as Allied Chemical's director of operations, a post he had held for about five years. In the early 1970s, he was the company's works manager in Baltimore.

He had started with Allied's General Chemical Division in Claymont, Del., in 1950, and worked in New York, Louisiana, Missouri and New Jersey. He also had worked in Canada and traveled extensively overseas for the company. After his retirement, he became active in the Service Corps of Retired Executives in Wilmington, serving as chairman of the chapter there. In May, he was elected a national vice president of the group.

He also had served on its board, as district manager of the Philadelphia District and as regional representative for Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.

A native of England with a mechanical engineering degree from St. Mary's College there, he was an engineering officer in the British navy before coming to the United States in 1950. He received a master of business administration degree at the University of Virginia and also attended Harvard University.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 11 a.m. today, St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church, Wilmington.

He is survived by a daughter, Deirdre G. Henderson of Wilmington; a sister, Elizabeth Roseanne Craig of Mansfield, England; and two grandchildren.

John L. Shaduk Sr.

Owned Ocean City shop

John L. Shaduk Sr., retired owner of a candy and gift shop in Ocean City, died Monday of cancer at the Fort Howard Veterans Hospital.

The Dundalk resident retired in 1980 after 11 years as owner, with his wife, of Jessica's Candy and Gifts.

A native of Russia who was reared in Baltimore, he had been a wrestler at the Dundalk YMCA and won regional championships in the 165-pound class in the mid-1930s.

He worked for the Bethlehem Steel Corp. at Sparrows Point before serving in the Navy during World War II. After the war he was a large-appliance service engineer for Joseph M. Zamoiski Co. for 22 years.

He was a member of the Ateaze Senior Center, the Dundalk Lodge of the Moose, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Arab American Club.

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