Roger C. Judd
Easton town engineer
Roger C. Judd, Easton town engineer and general manager for the Easton Utilities Commission, died Monday at home. He was 60.
State police said Mr. Judd fatally shot himself.
Mr. Judd had worked for Easton and its utilities commission since 1964..
He worked for a short time for the Hallock Construction Co. in Easton before going to work for the town and the commission that handles, water, sewer, gas, electrical and cable television services.
Born in New York City, he was a 1951 graduate of the Hill School and earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Cornell University in 1956.
A memorial service is to be held at 2 p.m. today at Christ Episcopal Church in Easton.
He is survived by his wife, the former Marjorie Hampson, whom he married in 1957; a daughter, Marjorie Chapman Judd of Richmond, Va.; a son, David Griswold Judd of Easton; and a sister, Aileen Judd Vreeland of Oxford.
Memorial donations may be made to the Talbot YMCA or to the Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Adam C. Heim
Adam Christian Heim died Sunday of a brain tumor at his home in Ocean Pines at the age of 3 years and 8 months.
A native of Salisbury, he loved being read to and hiking with his father and brother. He was an Orioles fan who attended a game at the age of 2, according to his mother, who said he wanted to be a fireman or a carpenter.
He is survived by his parents, Diane Addicks and Timothy John Heim, and his brother, Erich Heim, all of Ocean Pines; his paternal grandmother, Charlotte Heim of Baltimore; and his maternal grandparents, Christian and Cecilia Addicks of Ocean City.
James G. McCabe
James G. McCabe, retired vice president and senior trust officer of the Maryland National Bank, died Sunday of an apparent heart attack while on vacation on Water Island in the United States Virgin Islands. He was 82 and lived in Roland Park.
He retired in 1976 and was an authority on estate and trust law.
The Towson native was a graduate of the Marston School and, in 1933, of the Johns Hopkins University. He earned a law degree at the University of Maryland.
During World War II, he was a Navy intelligence officer and attained the rank of lieutenant commander.
A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 10:30 a.m. today at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St.
He is survived by his wife of 51 years, the former Mary Edelen; a son, Calvert C. "Neil" McCabe II; two daughters, Frances McWilliams and Rosalie McCabe; a brother, Calvert C. McCabe Jr.; and six grandchildren. All are of Baltimore.
Godfrey B. Child
Godfrey B. Child, a retired engineer for the Genstar Stone Products Co., died Monday of cancer at Memorial Hospital in Easton. He was 68.
He retired in 1989 and moved to St. Michaels from Timonium.
Born in Salisbury, Mr. Child was a 1943 graduate of the Staunton Military Academy in Virginia and served in the Army in the infantry during World War II. In 1952, he received a bachelor's degree in industrial education at the University of Maryland.
Graveside services were planned for 11 a.m. today at the Oxford Cemetery in Oxford.
He is survived by his wife of 42 years, the former Jean Robinson; a daughter, Susan Child of Savannah, Ga.; a son, Godfrey B. Child Jr. of Cockeysville; and a sister, Mary Alice Latimer of Potomac.
Lamont Andre Davis
Lamont Andre Davis, a mail handler at the main post office, was killed early Sunday in an automobile accident at Gwynns Falls Parkway and Woodbrook Avenue. He was 44 and lived on Cold Spring Lane.
He had worked for the U.S. Postal Service for seven years. Earlier, he worked in the dietary department at the Loch Raven Veterans Hospital, as a bus driver for the state Mass Transit Administration and at the Westinghouse Electric Corp.
The Baltimore native graduated in 1967 from Douglass High School. Services were planned for 11 a.m. today at Mount Lebanon Baptist Church, 2812 Reisterstown Road.
His first marriage, to the former Jacquelyn Trusty, ended in divorce.
He is survived by his wife, the former Amanda Lambert; two sons, Army Pfcs Darrell Davis of Newport News, Va., and Donell Davis of Aberdeen; three stepsons, Byron Little, Nicholas Lambert and Philip Williams, all of Baltimore; his parents, Gladys and Edward Davis of Baltimore; and three grandchildren.
Fish market owner
Fausto Pannoni, who had owned food stores and restaurants, died Sunday of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease, at his home in Timonium. He was 67.
He retired in 1986 as owner of the Annapolis Fish Market, which he had operated at the City Dock since 1979. He had owned the Port of Annapolis restaurant and the Embers restaurant in Glen Burnie.
The Baltimore native, who was a triplet, was educated at St. Paul's parochial school. He served in the Navy in the Pacific during World War II.
A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 9:15 a.m. today at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, 8420 Belair Road, Fullerton.
He is survived by his wife, the former Rose G. Rao; two sons, Richard Pannoni of Lutherville and Gregory Pannoni of Laurel; a daughter, Joanne Hall of Perry Hall; the brother and sister born with him, Frank Pannoni of Olney and Theresa Zimmerman of Baltimore; another brother, William Pannoni of Baltimore; another sister, Rose Ferrandi of Baltimore; and six grandchildren.