Myrle E. DaubertHomemakerMyrle E. Daubert, widow of a...

June 07, 1994

Myrle E. Daubert

Homemaker

Myrle E. Daubert, widow of a retired Baltimore Sun printer and mother of another, died Thursday in Harrisburg, Pa., of congestive heart failure. She was 87.

"There isn't anything she hasn't read," said her son-in-law Francis X. Duggan. Mrs. Daubert was still beating people at Scrabble last week, he said.

Mrs. Daubert was born in Lebanon, Pa., on April 10, 1907. She was a homemaker all her adult life.

She belonged to the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Harrisburg, its senior citizens group, the Over 50 Club and the Legion of Mary.

The former Myrle Light lived on Calvert Street in Baltimore for about 15 years, Mr. Duggan said. Her late husband, George A. Daubert, was a Sun printer, as was their son, Louis A. Daubert of Baltimore.

In addition to her son, Mrs. Daubert is survived by three daughters Barbara C. Duggan of Middletown, Pa., Bernadette Bowers of Etters, Pa., and Theresa A. Garber of Englewood, Fla.; two brothers Joseph Light and Ray Light, both of Denver, Pa.; 23 grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 11 a.m. today at the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Harrisburg. Burial will be in the Resurrection Cemetery in Harrisburg.

Contributions may be made to St. Francis of Assisi Church, 1439 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa. 17102.

Rose Kaminsky

Data processing chief

Rose Kaminsky, who retired as data processing manager at Maryland State Police headquarters in Pikesville, died Friday of complications of cancer at a nursing home in Boca Raton, Fla. She was 68.

She moved to Boca Raton from Baltimore in 1986, the year she retired after working 25 years for the state police agency.

She was born Rose Knopman in New York City.

She was a former president of the auxiliary of the Maryland Free State Post 167 of the Jewish War Veterans. She also had been den mother for Cub Scout Pack 139 at the Beth Jacob Congregation.

Her husband, Sidney Kaminsky, died in 1964, three years after they moved to the Baltimore area.

Graveside services were planned for 1 p.m. today at the cemetery of the Maryland Free State Post, 6307 Hamilton Ave., Rosedale.

Survivors include a daughter, Trudi Chepey of Corpus Christi, Texas; and two sons, Marc Kaminsky of Los Angeles and Erich Kaminsky of New York City.

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