Jacquelyn LangfordReal estate secretaryJacquelyn Galloway...

December 15, 1993

Jacquelyn Langford

Real estate secretary

Jacquelyn Galloway Langford, a Baltimore native and resident of Petaluma, Calif., died Aug. 18 in a hospital there of emphysema. She was 63.

Born and reared on 33rd Street, she attended the Cathedral School and was a 1948 graduate of Notre Dame Preparatory School.

For several years, she worked as secretary for W. C. Pinkard & Co., a commercial real estate and management firm, before marrying F. Steele Langford Sr. of Salisbury, in 1955. Mr. Langford is the chief U.S. magistrate in San Francisco. The couple moved to the West Coast in 1965 and settled in Petaluma in 1983.

Services were held Aug. 20 in Petaluma.

In addition to her husband, survivors include a son, Franklin S. Langford Jr. of Napa, Calif.; a daughter, Lisa Langford Ginilo of Petaluma; a brother, J. Stuart Galloway Jr. of Baltimore; a sister, Elaine Galloway Burch of Norfolk, Va.; two grandchildren; and seven nieces.

Memorial donations may be made to the Hospice of Petaluma, 415 A St., Petaluma, Calif. 94952.

Mildred A. Schaefer

Stanley Home manager

Mildred A. Schaefer, retired Baltimore branch manager for Stanley Home Products Inc., died Sunday of emphysema at St. Joseph Hospital.

She was 80 and lived in Lutherville. She retired about 20 years ago from the company, which sells cleaning, beauty and kitchen products.

She had started working for the company about 30 years earlier in Toledo, Ohio, and was named Baltimore branch manager in 1960. She had worked for a spice company in Toledo before joining Stanley.

The former Mildred A. Bailey was reared in her native Shamokin Dam, Pa., and in Toledo.

She had recently been active at the Bykota Senior Center in Towson.

A memorial service was set for 3 p.m. today at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 1609 Kurtz Ave., Lutherville.

Mrs. Schaefer is survived by a son, Clark L. Schaefer of HermosBeach, Calif.; two daughters, Janet F. Williams of Cockeysville and Deborah Schaefer Cooper of Los Angeles; three sisters, Margaret Webber, Isabel Heller and Arlene McWilliams, and a brother, Harold Bailey, all of Toledo; and two grandchildren.

Mary Agnes Frick

Bank training officer

Mary Agnes Frick, a former bank training officer, died Saturday of heart failure at Memorial Hospital in Easton. She was 70.

She began her banking career with the Equitable Trust Bank in 1965 and retired in 1982.

Born and reared near Herring Run Park in Baltimore, she attended city schools and graduated from high school in 1941. In 1943, she married Charles A. Frick, a city building inspector who retired in 1983. The couple lived for many years in Westminster and Baltimore before moving to Trappe in 1986.

Mrs. Frick, who crocheted dolls and afghans, was a member of the Eastern Star and Jerusalem Lutheran Church on Belair Road.

Services were set for 1:30 p.m. today at the chapel of the Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery, 11501 Garrison Forest Road Owings Mills, with interment in the cemetery.

In addition to her husband, survivors include two daughters, Carole Glass of Abingdon and Laura Abbott of Finksburg; a sister, Grace Gast of Baltimore; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Heart Association, 605 Windmill Road, Easton 21601.

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