An obituary of Theodore Frank in The Sunday Sun of Sept...

September 11, 1994

An obituary of Theodore Frank in The Sunday Sun of Sept. 11 incorrectly stated the residence of two stepchildren, Dr. Barry Aaronson, of Irvine Calif., and Sandi Aaronson, of Miami, Fla.

The Sun regrets the errors.


Theodore Frank

Housing inspector

Theodore Frank, a retired housing inspector and retail clothing executive, died Friday of an aneurysm at Sinai Hospital. He was 86.


Mr. Frank, who retired in the early 1970s, invested in real estate.

He was a charter member of the Bonnie View Country Club.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. today at Sol Levinson and Bros. Funeral Home, 6010 Reisterstown Road.

He is survived by his wife of nearly 17 years, the former Mitzi Aaronson Chesler of Baltimore; two daughters, Frances F. Katz of Baltimore and Dr. Harriet Sue Schwartz of Silver Spring; a stepson, Dr. Barry Aaronson of Baltimore; a stepdaughter, Sandi Aaronson of Baltimore; five grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

John J. Mays, a retired Army sergeant major, died Sept. 4 of heart disease at his home in Frederick. He was 71.

Mr. Mays enlisted in the Army in 1939 and served during World War II with a field artillery unit in North Africa, Sicily, the Anzio beach landings, the Rhineland and central Europe. He was assigned to an armored unit in the Korean War. He retired from the Army in 1963, then worked as a civilian at Fort Meade for 10 years. His decorations included a Bronze Star and the South Korean Distinguished Military Service Medal. He was a member of the 36th Field Artillery Association, the Veterans of Anzio Beach and the North American Fishing Association.

Funeral arrangements were incomplete.

He is survived by three daughters, Joanne Tarr of Westminster, Karen Mays of Whitefish, Mont., and Dorothy O'Brien of Missoula, Mont.; his mother, M. Madeline Becker Martin Mays of Lancaster, Pa.; a brother, Robert Mays of Lancaster; and a sister, Betty Mays of San Leandro, Calif.

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