Dr. Donald BartleyPsychiatristDr. Donald F. Bartley, a...

May 30, 1994

Dr. Donald Bartley

Psychiatrist

Dr. Donald F. Bartley, a retired psychiatrist, died May 9 after a heart attack at his Cambridge home. He was 72.

Dr. Bartley retired in 1984 as a staff psychiatrist at the Eastern Shore Hospital Center. He was a consultant to the Caroline County Mental Health Clinic in Denton and was on the Medical Advisory Board of the state Motor Vehicle Administration.

Before moving to Cambridge in 1978, he was director of the forensic unit at Spring Grove Hospital Center.

Born in Harrisburg, Pa., he was a 1943 graduate of Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pa.

During World War II, he was an officer in the Navy and commanded a landing craft tank in the Philippines and at Okinawa, and then was stationed briefly in Japan.

In 1950, he graduated from the Cornell University medical school in New York City, where he served an internship and residency at Lenox Hill Hospital.

He had a family practice in Easton for 11 years before moving to Baltimore in the mid-1960s and serving a psychiatric residency at the Seton Institute. He lived in Reisterstown before returning to the Eastern Shore.

He was a member of the Maryland and American academies of family practice, the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and the American Medical Association.

He was a state president of the Navy League of the United States and was a former president of its Eastern Shore Council.

A memorial service was held Saturday at Dr. Bartley's home in Cambridge.

He is survived by two sons, Geoff Bartley of Cambridge, Mass., and David Bartley of Silver Spring; a daughter, Linda Bartley Kittler of Tracys Landing; a brother, George Bartley of Mechanicsburg, Pa.; and three grandsons.

Maryann Zamenski

Nurse-receptionist

Maryann Regina "Marie" Zamenski, a retired nurse-receptionist, died May 22 of cancer at her home in Annapolis. She was 76.

She retired in the mid-1970s after working for 13 years for Dr. Robert Coplan at offices in Brooklyn, Glen Burnie and Carney. During the 1940s and 1950s, she worked in the Brooklyn office of Dr. Henry G. Summers.

She was born Maryann Regina Haduch in Baltimore and was a graduate of Patterson Park High School. She attended the nursing school at South Baltimore General Hospital and was a practical nurse there in the late 1930s.

She had season tickets to the Baltimore Colts for 26 years and had been president of Colts Club 4100 and Colts Corral No. 10. She was a member of the Council of Colts Corrals and had been president of the Baltimore Stars Corral No. 10.

She was also a member of the Roland Terrace Democratic Club and often took cruises and visited Poland and Italy.

Her husband, John S. Zamenski Jr., retired supervisor of a Shell Oil Co. warehouse, died in 1969.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered Saturday at at St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church, Fourth Street and Washburn Avenue, Brooklyn.

She is survived by a daughter, M. Patricia Rutemiller of Annapolis; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

Jack A. Miller, a retired air conditioning and heating maintenance worker for the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co., died Thursday at Northwest Hospital Center of complications after surgery. He was 61 and lived in Finksburg.

He retired in 1992 after working for 25 years in the Westminster office of the telephone company.

The Baltimore native served in the Army in the Korean War, was a former commander of the Carroll Post of the American Legion and a member of the Molesville Farm Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

He did volunteer electrical work in the restoration of the John Brown Liberty Ship Project.

Services were held Saturday at the Pritts Funeral Home and Chapel in Westminster.

He is survived by his wife, the former Betty Jane Slaughter; two sons, Peter P. Miller II of Fort Collins, Colo., and Jay A. Miller of Sykesville; a daughter, Colleen M. Green of Westminster; three brothers, Richard and Carroll Miller, both of Baltimore, and Robert Madary of Norfolk, Va.; a sister, Eva Cavanaugh of Baltimore; and three grandchildren.

John F. Herbert Sr.

Headed electrical firm

John F. Herbert Sr., retired president of the Herbert Electric Co., died Thursday of a respiratory illness at his Arbutus home. He was 89.

He retired 25 years ago from the electrical construction company that was started by his father in 1918.

Born in Baltimore, he took night classes at the Polytechnic Institute and studied electrical engineering in night classes at the Johns Hopkins University.

He was a former president of the Halethorpe Kiwanis Club and a former governor of the Capitol District of Kiwanis, which covers, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and the District of Columbia.

He was also a member of the Concordia Lodge of the Masons, the Scottish Rite and Boumi Temple.

His wife, the former Edna Catherine Winchester, died in 1966.

Services were held Saturday at the Ambrose Funeral Home in Arbutus.

He is survived by his sons, Donald Henry Herbert of Arbutus and John F. Herbert Jr. of Relay; six grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.

Annie Webb

Georgia native, 93

Annie Webb, a frequent visitor to the O'Malley Senior Center )) in Odenton, died Friday of heart failure. Mrs. Webb was 93.

Born Annie Lanier in Georgia, she married Forrest Webb in 1923. Mr. Webb, a construction worker, died in 1948.

Mrs. Webb had lived in Severn about 15 years.

She is survived by her sister, Pecola Myers of Petersburg, Va.; her son, Forrest Webb Jr. of Odenton; nine grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.

The funeral has been scheduled for 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will take place at the Epiphany Episcopal Cemetery.

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