Harry E. BraimosShoe repairmanHarry E. Braimos, a retired...

OBITUARIES

November 10, 1993

Harry E. Braimos

Shoe repairman

Harry E. Braimos, a retired shoe repairman, died Sunday of cancer at Franklin Square Hospital.

The 75-year-old Dundalk resident worked for George's Shoe Repair on Howard Street for 15 years and earlier in New York City.

A native of the Greek island of Limnos who was in the Greek army in World War II, he first came to New York in 1957 but returned briefly to Greece the next year and married the former Toula Binos.

Services were set for 11 a.m. today at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 520 S. Ponca St., Baltimore, where his son-in-law, the Rev. Manuel J. Burdusi, is pastor.

He also is survived by a son, Ted Braimos of Dundalk; a daughter, Molly Burdusi of Rosedale; four sisters, Eleni Braimos of Limnos, Ifigenia Kagalis of Biloxi, Miss., and Maria Hadgilou and Argyro Stevens of New York; and a grandson.

Carl E. Sheridan Jr.

Harford resident

Carl Edwin Sheridan Jr., who worked at the Northern Maryland Association for Retarded Citizens (ARC) workshop in Bel Air, died Saturday at Harford Memorial Hospital of cerebral edema.

Mr. Sheridan, who was 55 and was known as Eddie, lived in the family home in the Carsin's Run community near Aberdeen. From 1991 until August, he lived in an ARC residential program apartment.

The New York City native attended Harford public schools and was a member of Smith's Chapel United Methodist Church in Churchville. He recently attended Grace United Methodist Church in Aberdeen.

Services were set for 11 a.m. today at the Smith's Chapel United Methodist Church. He is survived by two sisters, Nancy S. Stubbs of Elkton and Alice S. Holland of Austin, Texas; three nephews; two nieces; and four great-nieces.

George I. Goodson

Retired entrepreneur

George I. Goodson, a retired entrepreneur, died Sunday of respiratory failure at Howard County General Hospital.

The former Baltimore resident, who owned and managed rental properties and operated Goodson's Cleaners, was 88.

The Darlington, S.C., native received his education in schools there and worked for the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. in Winston-Salem, N.C., in the 1930s. He came to Baltimore in 1939 as a welder in the Maryland Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. yards in Fairfield, retiring in 1969. He also worked as a city sanitation worker for several years, retiring in 1969.

"He loved to work," said DeGloria Hall, a daughter who lives in Columbia. "That was his hobby. He enjoyed working on the six houses he rented and in the cleaners.

"Known as 'Daddy,' he found great joy in helping others in need and after retiring spent his spare time helping his neighbors and was always ready to provide assistance to the homeless, hungry and those in financial need," his daughter said.

He was a member of St. John the Baptist Church in Columbia, where he moved in 1975.

A wake is set for 10:30 a.m. Friday, followed by services at 11 a.m. at St. John and interment in Crestlawn Memorial Gardens.

He also is survived by his wife, the former Elizabeth McDaniels, whom he married in 1929; a son, Tyrone Williams of Woodlawn; two other daughters, Lenora Wilson of Columbia and Earlene M. Hammonds of Randallstown; and a brother, Issac Goodson of Winston-Salem.

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