Margaret J. TylerForest Park teacherMargaret J. Tyler, who...

August 26, 1994

Margaret J. Tyler

Forest Park teacher

Margaret J. Tyler, who spent most of her 24-year teaching career at Forest Park High School, died Tuesday at Union Memorial Hospital after a heart attack. She was 75 and lived in Villa Nova.

The former Margaret Jefferson, who retired in 1977, was born in Cambridge and reared in Federalsburg. She attended Salisbury State University before graduating from Western Maryland College in 1940. That year she married William A. Tyler, who died in 1962, and they settled in the Baltimore area.

She was active in the Villa Nova Community Association, serving most recently as head of the membership committee.

Services will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Milford Mill United Methodist Church, 915 Milford Mill Road. She is survived by two daughters, Anne Attlee of Wayne, Pa., and Nancy James of Edmonds, Wash.; a son, William J. Tyler of Columbus, Ohio; a sister, Mary J. Burnett of Garrett Park; five grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.

James A. Parker

Foreign service officer

James A. Parker, a retired foreign service officer, died Sunday of cancer at a hospital in Arlington, Va., where he resided. The Baltimore native was 72.

Mr. Parker graduated from Douglass High School in 1939 and from American University and did graduate work at Boston University. He served in the Army during World War II.

He was a former member of Trinity African Methodist Episcopal Church in Baltimore and a former lay president of the Washington Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. He was active in professional and community groups in the Washington area.

His first wife, the former Odessa Minor, died in 1990.

Services will be held at noon tomorrow at Reid Temple AME Church in Lanham.

Survivors include his wife, the former Mabel Gee; a son, James A. Parker Jr. of Oakland, Calif.; two daughters, Cheryl A. Parker and M. Parker Anderson, both of Washington; and a grandchild.

Arthur Pasqualini

Chemist at Edgewood

Arthur A. Pasqualini, who retired in 1988 as chemist at Edgewood Arsenal, died Tuesday at the Washington Hospital Center of heart failure. The Homeland resident was 73.

The native of Lynn, Mass., graduated from Boston University and served in the Army Air Forces during World War II. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St.

He is survived by his wife, the former Isabelle Julian; a daughter, Pamela Pasqualini Huff of Baltimore; two sons, Thomas A. Pasqualini of Owings Mills and David V. Pasqualini of Bel Air; a sister, Verna Ciachella of Newton Upper Falls, Mass.; and two grandchildren.

Lloyd T. Barger

A retired accountant and auditor for the old Superior Court in Baltimore, died Aug. 4 at Fallston General Hospital of a heart attack. The Fork resident, who was 81, operated the Lloyd Linoleum and Tile Co. from 1943 until 1958.

A memorial service will be held at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at the Huntingdon Baptist Church, 400 E. 31st St., Baltimore.

His wife, the former Adele Becker, died in 1990. He is survived by a daughter, Adele Alvather of Fork; two brothers, Warren and Bernard Barger, and a sister, Betty Hennick, all of Baltimore; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

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