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May 13, 1994

Helen L. Lindner

Nurse at Social Security

Helen L. Lindner, a retired nurse at Social Security Administration headquarters in Woodlawn, died Sunday at her home in Spring Hill, Fla. She was 71.

She had worked in the employee health facility at SSA for about eight years before she retired and moved to Florida in 1980.

Earlier, she worked at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center and at Children's Hospital.

She was born Helen L. Gover in Capital Heights and graduated from the Lutheran Hospital nursing school. In Florida, she was a member of the Ladies Oriental Shrine of North America and other Shrine and Elks auxiliaries and of Grace Presbyterian Church in Spring Hill.

She is survived by her husband, Norman K. Lindner Sr., a retired stationary engineer for the federal General Services Administration who had worked at SSA and at Fort Holabird; two sons, Norman K. Lindner Jr. of Oxnard, Calif., and Robert A. Lindner of Parkton; a daughter, Carolyn Diane Horst of Hagerstown; a brother, Howard Gover of Roysville, Tenn.; and four grandchildren.

Graveside services were held Wednesday at Grace Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Hudson, Fla.

Nora M. Atkins

Yachting executive

Nora Margaret Atkins, who won many sailing races and was vice president and sales manager of Atkins Yacht Sales in Severna Park, died Monday at the Anne Arundel Medical Center of complications to injuries from a March 18 automobile accident Ritchie Highway in Arnold. She was 80.

She and her husband, James A. Atkins, began operating Atkins Yacht Sales after their marriage in 1961 in Northpoint, N.Y.

Mrs. Atkins, who won many races in small sailing boats, met Mr. Atkins when they competed in the same races. She also taught courses in sailing since before they began their business, which specialized in the sale of smaller sail boats.

They moved the business from Long Island to Oxford on the Eastern Shore, then to the Annapolis area before moving to Severna Park in 1982.

The former Nora Margaret Rogers was born in Cobalt, Ontario, Canada, and was a graduate of Havergal College in Toronto.

She was a member of the Annapolis Yacht Club and St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, 1601 Pleasant Plains Road in St. Margarets, where services were planned for 11 a.m. today.

In addition to her husband, survivors include two sons, Warren D. Beamish of Toronto and Peter C. Beamish of Trinity, Newfoundland, Canada; a stepdaughter, Judy A. Cohen of Greenfield, Mass.; a sister, Peg Jennings of Toronto; and six grandchildren.

Victor Impallaria Sr.

Truck driver, mechanic

Victor J. Impallaria Sr., a truck driver and mechanic who retired about 10 years ago, died Wednesday of respiratory illness at Harbor Hospital Center. The Brooklyn Park resident was 79.

He was a member of the Teamsters Union and last drove for Babcock and Wilcox, a power plant equipment and service company. He also had worked for the Cargo Transport Co. and the Asphalt Services Co.

The Baltimore native was a member of the Dundalk Lodge of the Moose, St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church and the Glen Burnie Lodge of the Order of the Sons of Italy. A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at noon today at St. Rose of Lima Church, 4th Street and Washburn Avenue, in Baltimore.

He is survived by his wife, the former Mary Delores Ford; four daughters, Dolores Terzi of Dundalk, Geri Impallaria of Baltimore, and Annie Coleman and Paula Happel, both of Brooklyn Park; two sons, George and Victor J. Impallaria Jr., both of Glen Burnie; four sisters, Diana Jagodzinski of Dundalk, Antoinette Matczuk of Sparks, Rose Beyer of Baltimore and Jenny Cremen of Ocean City; two brothers, Charles and Gabriel Impallaria, both of Baltimore; 18 grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

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