Lois Anne MarciniakUSF&G operatorLois Anne Marciniak, a...

February 14, 1994

Lois Anne Marciniak

USF&G operator

Lois Anne Marciniak, a switchboard operator for USF&G Insurance Co., died of heart failure Thursday at Anne Arundel Medical Center. She was 62.

Ms. Marciniak answered telephone calls at the insurance company for 34 years.

She enjoyed crafts and sewing. At one time, she also dabbled in ceramics and knitting.

She also spent time caring for Zachary and Big Bird, her two cockateels.

"Mom loved her birds," said her daughter, Linda Marciniak of Arnold.

The former Lois Anne Porter Marciniak was born July 1, 1931, in Amelia, Va., where she attended public schools. She married in 1952.

Services were to be held at 10 a.m. today at St. John the Evangelist Church in Severna Park, with interment at Glen Haven Cemetery in Glen Burnie.

In addition to her daughter, she is survived by her son, Steven Marciniak of Chesapeake, Va.; two other daughters, Deborah Hare of Downers Grove, Ill. and Diana Cox of Edgewater; two brothers, Milton Porter of Ellicott City and Clarence Porter of Richmond, Va.; and five grandchildren.

L Contributions may be sent to St. John the Evangelist Church.

Frank J. Rinaudo

Motel operator

Frank Joseph Rinaudo, a retired motel operator, died Friday of cardiac arrest at Berlin Rehabilitation Center. He was 90.

After working as a produce and fruit dealer at Lexington Market in Baltimore, the native Baltimorean moved to Ocean City in 1946.

He and his wife, the former Lillian C. Schwartz, built the Green Gables Cottages in 1946 and the Rinaudo Motel in 1960. They sold both establishments in 1966 and retired.

Mr. Rinaudo, a member of the Elks in Salisbury, was born in Baltimore on May 6, 1903, to Charles and Dora Rinaudo. He was one of five boys and six girls.

He and his wife were married in 1925. She died in 1990.

Services are to be held at noon today at the Ullrich Funeral Home in Berlin, with burial at Sunset Memorial Park.

Mr. Rinaudo is survived by three brothers, Robert Rinaudo and Angelo Rinaudo of Baltimore, and Samuel Rinaudo of Babson Park, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.

Contributions may be made to the Ocean City Paramedic Foundation, P.O. Box 2338, Ocean City 21842.

Jeanne M. Hegarty

Formerly of Homeland

Jeanne M. Hegarty, a homemaker formerly of Homeland, died Thursday at Johns Hopkins Hospital after a two-year battle with cancer. She was 65.

She and her husband, William A. Hegarty Jr., moved several years ago to a home in Ocean City while maintaining an apartment in Towson. Mrs. Hegarty was reared in Govans.

The former Jeanne M. Lipp was a 1942 graduate of the old St. Mary's of the Assumption School on Homeland Avenue and was a 1946 graduate of Eastern High School.

She worked for several years for Shell Oil Co. and later as a representative for Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. until she married in 1955.

Mrs. Hegarty was active in St. Mary's of the Assumption Roman Catholic Church in Govans, where she volunteered in the parish school library. She also was a member of the parish council and served as a Eucharistic minister. She also enjoyed sewing and beachcombing.

A Mass of Christian burial is to be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Mary's, 5502 York Road, with interment in Moreland Memorial Park.

In addition to her husband, survivors include three sons, William A. Hegarty 3rd of Homeland, Patrick T. Hegarty of Canton and John S. Hegarty of Houston; two daughters, Mary E. Swift of Hockessin, Del., and Jeanne L. Hegarty of Baltimore; a stepmother, Mary E. Lipp of Govans; and two grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be sent to the Johns Hopkins Oncology Center, Development Office, c/o Kate Ruddon, 600 N. Wolfe St., 21287-8915.

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