Frank K. WilsonAttorneyFrank K. Wilson, an attorney and...

August 28, 1994

Frank K. Wilson


Frank K. Wilson, an attorney and insurance underwriter, died Aug. 18 of congestive heart failure at a Jacksonville, Fla., hospice. He was 80.

A Baltimore native, Mr. Wilson moved to Florida in May to be near his son, Nick Wilson of Jacksonville.

He had lived in Annapolis since 1976, when he retired after working for several insurance companies, including Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. and Aetna Insurance Co., both in Hartford, Conn.

He graduated from Forest Park High School in 1931; from St. John's College in Annapolis, where he was a Phi Beta Kappa, in 1935; and from the University of Maryland law school in 1937.

Mr. Wilson's wife, the former Anna May Gallion, died in 1990.

L He was a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Annapolis.

"One of the things my mom and dad did was start the garden at St. Luke's," his son said. "Now his ashes will be interred right next to hers, in the garden they designed together."

A memorial service will be held at noon Sept. 25 at St. Luke's Church, 1101 Bay Ridge Ave., in Annapolis.

Mr. Wilson also is survived by a daughter, Ann B. Hobart of Poway, Calif.; a sister, Maude E. Erbele of Silver Spring; and six grandchildren.

The family requests that contributions be made to St. John's College Best of '35 Class, St. John's College, Annapolis 21401.

Russell I. Krout

County magistrate

Russell I. Krout, a former Baltimore County magistrate and a longtime member of the Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company, died of heart failure Wednesday at Lakeshore Villa Nursing Facility in Tampa, Fla. He was 84.

The Cockeysville native moved to Florida in 1989 with his wife, Marian Mays Krout, who died last year. The Krouts had been married 57 years.

Mr. Krout was a construction liaison for Goucher College in the late 1960s and 1970s. Earlier, he had worked for Thompson, Grace and Mays Construction Co. and the Baltimore County highways division.

He was a county traffic court magistrate in 1961.

Mr. Krout had been a volunteer at the Cockeysville fire company for 66 years, a member of the Cockeysville-Timonium Lions Club since 1940 and a member of the Cockeysville Board of Recreation for many years.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Sherwood Episcopal Church, York and Sherwood roads, in Cockeysville.

Survivors include a son, Gary R. Krout of Tampa; three granddaughters; and four great-granddaughters.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company, P.O. Box 344, Cockeysville 21030.

Edna Holland Dunn


Edna Holland Dunn, a lifelong member of Govans-Boundary United Methodist Church, died Friday of heart failure at the Wesley Home in Baltimore. She was 88 and had lived at the retirement home for five years.

The Govans homemaker's association with the church began when she was on the "cradle roll" in 1906, the year she was born. Mrs. Dunn also was a volunteer in several organizations, including Meals on Wheels.

Services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Wesley Home, 2211 W. Rogers Ave. Burial will be in Druid Ridge Cemetery.

Her husband, Delmas J. Dunn, died in 1984.

Survivors include three sons, Kenneth J. Dunn of Columbia, Ronald H. Dunn of Williamsburg, Va., and Roger D. Dunn of Baltimore; a daughter, Karen L. Boyd of Rising Sun; a brother, William "Chester" Holland of Tampa, Fla.; nine grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions to Govans-Boundary United Methodist Church, 5210 York Road, Baltimore 21212.

Helen K. Sherman


Helen K. Sherman, a Baltimore native, died Friday of ovarian cancer at her home in Hurlock in Dorchester County. She was 72.

The former Helen Kowalczyk moved to Hurlock in 1961 after her husband, Charles W. Sherman, died in 1958. She worked as a seamstress for many years at Hurlock Sportswear, which is now closed.

Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Unity-Washington United Methodist Church in Hurlock.

Survivors include two sons, Robert J. Sherman and George D. Sherman, both of Hurlock; a daughter, Jacqueline S. Johnson of Hurlock; a stepson, William Sherman of Ohio; a sister, Sophia Eckert of Hebron; and seven grandchildren.

The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Dorchester Hospice Foundation, 751 Woods Road, Cambridge, Md. 21613.

Marguerite Schmidt

Native Baltimorean

Marguerite Teufel Mewshaw-Schmidt, a native Baltimorean, died Wednesday at Stella Maris Hospice after a long illness. She was 98.

A memorial service is being planned for late next month in Mitchellville.

Her first husband, Thomas Edward Mewshaw, died in 1940. Her second husband, Harry David Schmidt, died in 1963.

Survivors include a son, Col. Charles T. Mewshaw of Melbourne, Fla.; 16 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and nine great-great-grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to Stella Maris.

Joseph Cardarelli

Writing teacher

Services for Joseph Cardarelli, a writing teacher at the Maryland Institute, College of Art, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church, Mount Royal and Lafayette avenues. Mr. Cardarelli, 50, died Friday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center of a heart attack.

Edward C. Enstice

Edward C. Enstice, 75, a former resident of Baltimore, will be remembered at a memorial service Sept. 9 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Moorestown, N.J. Mr. Enstice, who died Aug. 3 in a car accident, lived in Baltimore from 1962 through 1969 and was assistant division manager for marketing for Texaco Oil Co. He later moved to Moorestown, N.J. Among his survivors is a son, Philip G. Enstice of Ellicott City.

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