Charles J. ArcieriSystems analystCharles J. Arcieri, a...

February 11, 1994

Charles J. Arcieri

Systems analyst

Charles J. Arcieri, a computer systems analyst at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport plant of Westinghouse Electric Corp., died Tuesday of cancer at his home on Crownsway in Glen Burnie. He was 55.

A native of New York City who moved to the Baltimore area as a child, he served in the Air Force in the 1950s, then worked at the Westinghouse plant for more than 30 years.

He earned a bachelor's degree with honors in business management from the University of Baltimore, where he was elected to the Beta Alpha honorary society.

He taught computer courses and served on technical advisory panels at Westinghouse where he won awards for his work. He also taught computer courses at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and was a member of the Technology Advisory Committee of the Anne Arundel County school system.

Services were planned for 5 p.m. today at Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave., S.W., Glen Burnie.

Survivors include his wife, the former Maike Eiben.

Charles A. Callahan

Former executive

Charles A. Callahan, a former executive of a women's wear shop in Baltimore who was active in harness racing, died Monday at a Lancaster, Pa., hospital after being injured in an automobile on Route 272 south of that city.

He was 59 and had lived for more than eight years in the Lancaster area where he was a salesman for Cooper-Booth, a wholesale food company.

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, he had been senior vice president of Linda Lynn of Baltimore.

Before entering the food business, he had also been vice president of Ronlee-Morbell, a fur company in New York City; executive vice president of Junior Colony, a women's store in Allentown, Pa., and a buyer for Gimbel's in Philadelphia.

A native of Collingdale, Pa., Mr. Callahan was a graduate of the Pennsylvania Military College and served in the Army in the mid-1950s.

He owned and raced standard-bred horses and was a former owner of Funny Man Farms stable in Monkton.

He was a Mason and a member of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Landisville, Pa., where services were set for 11 a.m. today.

He is survived by his wife, the former Cheryl Millheim Auchey; a daughter, Marie Kerr of Perry Hall; a son, Charles Arthur Callahan Jr. of Towson; two stepsons, Joseph A. Auchey of Lancaster and John A. Auchey of Levittown, Pa.; a sister, Marie Yannone of Lansdowne, Pa.; and a grandson.

Pratt D. Phillips

Owned canning company

Pratt D. Phillips, who had been in canning, farming and other agricultural businesses for many years, died Tuesday at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury of congestive heart failure.

Mr. Phillips, who was 75 and lived in Salisbury and Boca Raton, Fla., retired about 20 years ago as vice president of John A. Price Inc., a produce brokerage.

He had begun his career with Phillips Brothers, a tomato canner that was sold to the Campbell Soup Co. in the late 1940s.

He had also been owner and president of a canning company, the Pratt Co., then president of Pratt D. Phillips & Son Inc., a commercial farming company.

After his retirement from Price, he continued to own farms.

Born in Green Hill, near Salisbury, he was a graduate of Lawrenceville School and Yale University.

He was a skeet shooter, waterfowl hunter, golfer, fisherman and croquet player, and was a former Maryland director of the National Skeet Shooting Association, of which he was a life member.

He also belonged to the Boca Raton Country Club, the Green Hill Yacht and Country Club, the Palm Beach Gun Club, the Talbot Rod and Gun Club, the National Capital Gun Club, the Cambridge Gun Club and the National Croquet Association.

He was also a life member of the National Rifle Association.

He was a former member of the advisory board of of the Maryland National Bank branch in Salisbury and was on the board of the John B. Parsons Home, a retirement community.

He was a former president of the Salisbury Community Players, in whose productions he appeared often, and was a member of the Salisbury Rotary Club, the Wicomico Lodge of the Masons, the Scottish Rite and Boumi Temple.

He was a former senior warden of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Salisbury, where a memorial service was to be held at 11 a.m. today.

He is survived by his wife of 51 years, the former Jean Price; two sons, P. D. Phillips III of Norcross, Ga., and John P. Phillips of Salisbury; a daughter, Carol P. Ailes of Bowie; and three grandchildren.

Kenneth S. Owens

Tobacco farmer

Kenneth S. Owens, a retired Anne Arundel County tobacco farmer, died Monday of pneumonia and Alzheimer's disease at the Fairfield Nursing Center in Crownsville. He was 80.

Mr. Owens grew tobacco at White Oak Farm in Bristol, where he was born. He retired about a year ago.

His father, Owain Elliott Owens, was a judge of the county's Orphan's Court for more than 30 years. A daughter Janet Sunderland Owens of Millersville has been a county Orphan's Court judge since 1990.

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