Justin M. GadomskiMarine lance corporalLance Cpl. Justin...

April 11, 1994

Justin M. Gadomski

Marine lance corporal

Lance Cpl. Justin M. Gadomski died April 2 of injuries suffered in an automobile accident in Washington, D.C. He was 20.

Corporal Gadomski was on active duty, assigned to the Marine Corps headquarters and working at the Arlington Annex Telecommunications and Visual Information Branch.

A native of Dundalk, Corporal Gadomski graduated from Dundalk High School in 1991. While his family lived in Carroll County for three years, he attended South Carroll High School. He played varsity football there.

He joined the Marine Corps in 1992 and spent 13 months in Okinawa, Japan.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. today at Our Lady of Fatima Roman Catholic Church in Baltimore. Interment with full military honors will be at Arlington National Cemetery.

He is survived by his parents, Warren R. and Joan E. Gadomski of Dundalk; a sister, Holly L. Gadomski of Dundalk; his paternal grandmother, Regina L. Gadomski of Dundalk; and his maternal grandparents, Ted and Louise Budzynski. Joseph F. Pavesich, who sang with the Baltimore Symphony Chorus, died Friday of cancer at his home in Baltimore. He was 34.

Mr. Pavesich joined the Baltimore Symphony Chorus four years ago, but stopped singing with the group two months ago because of his illness.

He also belonged to the choir at Grace & St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Baltimore.

Mr. Pavesich graduated in 1982 from the Westminster Choir College in Princeton, N.J., with a degree in choral arts.

He performed with the school's choir at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York. He also sang with the choir at the Spoleto music festivals in Italy and Charleston, S.C.

Born in Towson, Mr. Pavesich went to the Immaculate Conception Church elementary school in Towson and graduated from Loch Raven High School in 1978.

He did graduate work in music at the University of Cincinnati after receiving his degree from Westminster.

Mr. Pavesich lived in San Diego for two years before returning to Baltimore in 1989.

Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 6 p.m. at Grace & St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 707 Park Ave.

Mr. Pavesich is survived by his father, James Pavesich of Timonium; two sisters, Patricia LaGoy of Boston and Terry Ann Meyers of Phoenix, Ariz.; and two brothers, J. Bruce Pavesich of Glenarm and Michael Pavesich of Baltimore.

Allan M. Kable Jr.

Retired janitor

Allan M. Kable Jr., a retired janitor, died Saturday of heart failure at Good Samaritan Hospital. He was 73.

The Baltimore resident recently retired after 50 years in the janitorial and cleaning business. He worked for the Oriole Window Cleaning Co., Abaccus, and L&M General Cleaning Co., all of Baltimore.

A 19-year member of Moose Lodge 1242, Mr. Kable served the organization as an officer in various positions, most recently as a chaplain. He also was a past member of the Tall Cedars and the Scottish Rite.

Mr. Kable grew up in the Baltimore area and was a graduate of Catonsville Senior High School.

He enjoyed bowling and gardening.

He served in the Marine Corps during World War II.

Services are planned for 1 p.m. tomorrow at the John C. Miller Funeral Home, 6475 Belair Road.

He is survived by his wife of 28 years, the former Peggy J. Bowden; five sons, Allan M. Kable III of Sykesville, Floyd M. Kable of Atlanta, Ga., Charles W. Kable of Milford, Del., David L. Kable and Steven D. Kable, of Baltimore; a stepson, Alford Scardina of Baltimore; a sister, Wanda Coghill of Baltimore; a brother, Raymond H. Kable of Baltimore; 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to the Montebello Rehabilitation Hospital, 2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, 21218.

Nellie Brown

Hospital maid

Nellie Brown, a retired University of Maryland Medical Center employee, died Saturday at Francis Scott Key Medical Center after a heart attack.

She was 93 and lived on Shamrock Avenue in Northeast Baltimore.

She retired in the mid-1960s after 36 years as a maid in the hospital's housekeeping department.

A native of Baltimore who was educated in city public schools, she frequently visited the sick and friends and fellow church members at Shiloh Christian Community Church.

She is survived by a foster daughter, Ruth Logan of Baltimore; three grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandson.

, Services were held Thursday.

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