Michael R. MartinoRetired bricklayerMichael R. Martino...

April 18, 1994

Michael R. Martino

Retired bricklayer

Michael R. Martino, former president of the International Union of Brick Layers and Masons Local No. 1, died Thursday at Franklin Square Hospital from complications of an ulcer.

The U.S. Army veteran of World War II and longtime Dundalk resident was 73.

Mr. Martino retired from bricklaying in 1974.

He served for the past 20 years as usher for 9 a.m. Sunday Mass at St. Rita Roman Catholic Church in Dundalk.

A member of the Knights of Columbus and past Grand Knight of the Dundalk Council, Mr. Martino ran the council bingo games and catered parties at the council hall. He also was a member of the Alcala Caravan marching unit.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Rita church, 2903 Dunleer Road.

Mr. Martino is survived by his wife of 47 years, the former Frances Cascio; two sons, Michael Martino of Fallston and Kenneth Martino of Dundalk; and four grandchildren.

Douglas W. Jones

College technician

Douglas W. Jones, a physical education technician at Catonsville Community College, died Thursday of cardiac arrest at St. Agnes Hospital. The lifelong resident of Edmondson Village was 62.

A technician with the college for 30 years, he made sure equipment was ready for all physical education classes. Mr. Jones enjoyed the job, said his son, Gerard A. Jones.

"After he got canoes out for the students, he loved to take boat rides with them."

Mr. Jones attended Douglass High School.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 6:30 p.m. today at St. Bernadine's Roman Catholic Church, 3812 Edmondson Ave., where he had been a member for several years.

He is survived by his wife of 34 years, the former Shirley M. Hicks; two other sons, Douglas Jones Jr. and Miles Jones; two

TC daughters, Sheila Washington and April Jones; two stepsons, Gregory White and Roland Hicks; two brothers, James E. Jones and Joseph Coates; two sisters, Bernice Jackson and Betty Johnson; and four grandchildren. All are of Baltimore.

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