Evelyn WoodenSun mailroom workerEvelyn Holland Wooden, who...

September 29, 1994

Evelyn Wooden

Sun mailroom worker

Evelyn Holland Wooden, who worked in the mailroom of The Baltimore Sun, died Saturday of cancer at Stella Maris. She was 62.

She joined the newspaper in 1989 and was assigned to the newspaper's Sun Park plant in South Baltimore. Earlier, she had worked for 13 years as an assembly line worker at Baltimore Electronics, which is now closed. From 1973 to 1976, she was employed by USF&G as a housekeeper.

Born and reared in West Baltimore, she was a graduate of Carver Vocational-Technical Senior High School.

A Reservoir Hill resident for 40 years, she was a member of the neighborhood association and was a block captain and member of the recycling committee. She was a longtime member of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, where she served on the usher board.

Services were set for 11 a.m. today at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, Preston and Gay streets, Baltimore.

Survivors include her husband, Curtis Wooden, whom she married in 1955; three sons, Geoffrey Luckett and Terri Wooden, both of Baltimore, and Ahmadmed Tahir of Philadelphia; three daughters, Evelyn Custis and Bernadette Wooden, both of Baltimore, and Ramona Rider of Philadelphia; 12 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.

=1 Memorial donations may be made to the church.

Nan E. W. Hatch

Register of wills

Nan Edith Wheeler Hatch, Anne Arundel County register of wills from 1978 until 1985, died Monday of cancer at her Annapolis home. She was 81.

She had worked in the office, which processes estates, for about 20 years before she was elected register of wills in 1978. She was re-elected in 1982 and resigned for health reasons in 1985.

As a young woman, she had worked in the office of the clerk of the Montgomery County Circuit Court.

A native of Fairland in Montgomery County, the former Nan Edith Wheeler was a graduate of Strayer Business College in Washington.

In 1972, she was named Woman of the Year by the American Business Women's Association in Anne Arundel County.

She was a member of the Indian Landing Boat Club and the Daughters of the American Revolution.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 9:30 a.m. today at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Annapolis.

She is survived by four sons, Edward S. Hatch Jr. of Towson, Wheeler W. Hatch of Mount Dora, Fla., John Neale Hatch of Millersville and Robert B. Hatch of Annapolis; a daughter, Ann Katherine Hatch of Las Cruces, N.M.; a brother, William B. Wheeler of Centreville; a sister, Martha Neale Heine of Cambridge; nine grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.

Mary Mathers Grubb

Store manager

Mary Mathers Grubb, a native of Baltimore, died Tuesday of cancer at her home in Berryville, Va. She was 32.

Mrs. Grubb, who graduated from James Wood High School in Winchester, Va., managed a store there. Services were set for 3 p.m. today at the Jones Funeral Home in Winchester.

Survivors include her husband of nine years, Allen Grubb; a daughter, Jessica Marie Grubb; her mother, Carolyn Mathers of Winchester; two brothers, David B. Mathers of Ocean City and Charles W. Mathers of Towson; and two sisters, Charlene M. Cornwell of Winchester and Patricia A. Gordon of Stephens City, Va.

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