Louis M. CabnetAdvest vice presidentLouis M. Cabnet, a...

September 11, 1994

Louis M. Cabnet

Advest vice president

Louis M. Cabnet, a second vice president of Advest Inc., died Wednesday of cancer at his home in Sykesville.

Mr. Cabnet, who was 51, had worked at the brokerage firm with offices in Lutherville for 17 years.

Earlier, he was a vice president for the California Life Corp.

insurance company in California.

He was born in Collingswood, N.J., and was a graduate of Rutgers University.

He won tennis tournaments in Carroll County, Baltimore County and Baltimore City, and had been seeded first several times in Carroll County Tennis Association competitions.

Before moving to this area he had coached tennis at Travis Air Force Base in California.

He is survived by his wife, the former Rhoberly Diane Smith; his mother, Miriam G. Cabnet of Cherry Hill, N.J.; a brother, Jerome Cabnet of Collingswood; a sister, Marilyn Sandler of Skokie, Ill.; a nephew and a niece.

Private services were planned.

The family suggests memorial contributions to the Hospice of Baltimore, 6701 N. Charles St., Baltimore 21204.

Charles Cunningham

Machinist

Charles L. Cunningham, a retired machinist, died Friday of heart failure at the St. Elizabeth Home for Nursing Care in Baltimore. He was 86 and had lived in West Baltimore before illness forced him to move to the nursing home about five months ago.

In 1926, he joined the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad as a machinist, where he worked for more than 10 years. During World War II, he was employed at the Washington Navy Yard.

He retired in 1974 from the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.'s wire brush division on Frederick Avenue.

In his spare time, he enjoyed making pottery. He also was a

member of the Knights of Columbus.

Mr. Cunningham was born and educated in Baltimore. In 1928, Mr. Cunningham and Lillian E. Kroneberger were married.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Joseph Monastery, 251 S. Morley St.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by three sons, Lawrence Cunningham, John Cunningham and Joseph Cunningham, all of Baltimore; three daughters, Margaret Johnston, Mary Tool and Drena Cunningham, all of Baltimore, 24 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren.

The family suggested that memorial contributions be made to the American Heart Association.

Inez M. Michie, a foster parent for 31 years, died Sept. 3 of cancer at her West Baltimore home. She was 78. Services were held Friday.

She is survived by a son, Kenneth M. Michie Sr. of Baltimore; three daughters, Dolores Benns of Capitol Heights and Bernice Bailey and Gwendolyn Powell, both of Baltimore; a brother, James W. Quarles of Charlottesville, Va.; three sisters, Sara B. Ragland of Falls Church, Va., Ruth L. Douglass of Charlottesville and Arlene Brown of Mattapan, Mass.; 15 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren.

Hezekiah Coleman Sr., a millwright at Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s Sparrows Point plant, died Monday of cancer at his home in Northeast Baltimore. He was 61. Services were held Friday.

He is survived by his wife, the former Phyllis Johnson; two sons, Hezekiah Coleman Jr. of Baltimore and Army Staff Sgt. Darren A. Coleman of Fort Sill, Okla.; a daughter, Tamara M. Coleman of Baltimore; three brothers, Odell Coleman and Charlie Coleman, both of Baltimore, and Roy Coleman of Miami; a sister, Bernice Delarosa of West Palm Beach, Fla.; and a granddaughter.

Dr. Irvin P. Klemkowski, a retired obstetrician and gynecologist, died Aug. 2 of cancer at Good Samaritan Hospital. The Ruxton resident was 83.

He is survived by his wife, the former Virginia Louise Moore; three daughters, Mary Louise Miller of Timonium, Virginia Ann McLaughlin of Williamsburg, Va., and Margo Elizabeth Rogers of Towson; a brother, Philip Klemkowski of Baltimore; and six grandchildren.

Lynda L. Keffer, a purchasing officer for Bell Atlantic in Arlington, Va., died Sept. 4 of leukemia at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Laurel resident was 43.

Services were held Thursday. Survivors include her husband, James G. Keffer Jr.; and a son, Jamie G. Keffer, both of Laurel; and her mother, Anne O. Johnson of Fullerton.

Glen S. Burk, a retired mechanic and parts supervisor for several Baltimore area Ford dealerships, died Aug. 16 of lung cancer at his retirement home in Fort Pierce, Fla. The former Woodlawn resident was 75. Services were held in Florida.

Survivors include his wife of 32 years, the former Mary E. Kelgris; a daughter, Beverly Ann Still of Fort Worth, Texas; a sister, Ethel B. Franklin of Woodlawn; two grandsons and four great-grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 43025, Baltimore 21236-0025.

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