Melvin B. PelovitzRetired CPAMelvin B. Pelovitz, a retired...

May 14, 1994

Melvin B. Pelovitz

Retired CPA

Melvin B. Pelovitz, a retired partner in an accounting firm, died Monday of cancer at the Stella Maris Hospice. He was 72 and lived in the Park Newport Apartments in Northwest Baltimore.

He retired in 1988 as a partner in Pelovitz, Pelovitz & Drake in the Lutherville-Timonium area. The certified public accountant had been a partner in the firm since 1978.

An accountant since the late 1940s, he was a partner in Sidney London & Co. from 1960 to 1977.

Born in Baltimore, he was a 1938 graduate of City College and earned an accounting degree at the Baltimore College of Commerce.

He served in the Army during World War II and was a life member of the Save-A-Heart Foundation.

Mr. Pelovitz is survived by his wife, the former Beverly Barmack; two sons, Mark B. Pelovitz of Timonium and Steven A. Pelovitz of Pikesville; and six grandchildren.

Services were held Tuesday.

George D. Falter

USF&G official

George D. Falter, a Baltimore native who had been superintendent of the Surety Department in the Indianapolis office of USF&G, died Wednesday of pneumonia at an Indianapolis hospital. He was 89.

When he retired in 1970, he was an agent in the office where he had been employed since 1951.

He was educated at St. Martin's School here and began working for the insurance company in 1920. He remained here until 1942 when he was transferred to Cleveland then Birmingham, Ala., and finally Indianapolis.

His wife, the former Pauline Fechtig, died in 1988.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 11 a.m. today in Indianapolis.

He is survived by a daughter, Barbara Wooldridge of Indianapolis.

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