Roslynn Glover-Terrell, 28, and 5 children, fire...

January 13, 1994

Roslynn Glover-Terrell, 28, and 5 children, fire victims

Services for Roslynn Glover-Terrell and five of her children, all West Baltimore fire victims, were to be held at 11:30 a.m. today at Bethel AME Church, 1300 Druid Hill Ave.

The fire occurred Sunday at the family's home in the 600 block of Edgewood St.

Mrs. Terrell, 28, died Monday at Francis Scott Key Medical Center.

A son, Quentin Roderick Terrell, 4, was pronounced dead at the fire scene.

Known as Tin-Tin, the boy was a preschool student at Mary E. Rodman Elementary.

Also pronounced dead at the scene was a daughter, Dominique Alicia Glover Terrell, 8.

Known as Nikki, the girl had attended the William S. Baer School and the Lois T. Murray School.

Samuel Elijah Terrell, 18 months, who was known as Baby, died Sunday at St. Agnes Hospital as did Jeanette Glover Johnson, 11, known as Poopie Doll.

The girl was a student at West Baltimore Middle School.

Cedric Dion Terrell, 11, a stepson, died Tuesday at Francis Scott Key. Known as C.J., he also was a student at the West Baltimore Middle School.

Two other children, Paul Terrell, 6, and Micah Terrell, 3, remained hospitalized in critical condition yesterday.

Mrs. Terrell, the former Roslynn Millette Glover, was born in Savannah, Ga., and reared in Atlanta.

She studied accounting at Morris Brown College in Atlanta and played clarinet in the band.

Known as Roz, she came to Baltimore with relatives in 1989.

Survivors include Mrs. Terrell's husband, Cedric Dean Terrell; her parents, Mildred Glover-Hopkins and William Hopkins Jr., both of Baltimore; a brother, Kenneth B. Glover of Savannah; two RTC stepbrothers, William and Kelvin Hopkins, and a stepsister, Denise Hopkins, all of Las Vegas; and a grandfather, Roland H. Glover Sr. of Savannah.

Daughter Jeanette Glover Johnson also is survived by her father, Milton Johnson of Morrow, Ga.

Thomas Hawkins

Used car merchant

Thomas W. Hawkins, who operated a used car firm, died Monday of heart failure at his Glen Burnie residence. He was 66.

Known as "Hawk Eye," he operated Hawk Eye Motors on North Point Boulevard from 1959 until he retired in 1989. Earlier, he sold cars for Johnny's Used Cars, "The Walking Man's Friend," on Belair Road before establishing his business.

Born in Richlands, Va., Mr. Hawkins attended schools there before joining the Army in 1948 and serving in Korea. He was discharged in 1952 with the rank of corporal and came to Baltimore, where he went to work at Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s Sparrows Point plant.

"He enjoyed following the Colts and Redskins and was an avid Oriole fan," said his wife of 35 years, the former Shirley J. Davis.

He was a member of Patapsco United Methodist Church in Dundalk.

Services were to be held at 11 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. S.W., Glen Burnie, with interment in Meadowridge Memorial Park.

Other survivors include three sons, Thomas F. Hawkins of Dundalk, David L. Hawkins of Fallston and Bruce W. Hawkins of Catonsville; his mother, Naomi Jackson of Cedar Bluff, Va.; and four grandchildren.

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