Eric M. ShulerWindow washerServices for Eric M. Shuler, a...

October 06, 1994

Eric M. Shuler

Window washer

Services for Eric M. Shuler, a window washer, painter and roofer, were to be held at 7:30 p.m. today at Mount Hebron Baptist Church, 2651 W. North Ave. He was 32 and resided in Northwest Baltimore.

Mr. Shuler was found strangled Monday in a vacant apartment in the 4100 block of Forest Park Ave.

The Baltimore native was educated in city schools.

He is survived by a son, Eric M. Shuler Jr.; four daughters, Shervonne, Erika, India and Tiearre Shuler; his parents, Mayloy and Ruby Shuler; five sisters, Karen, Natalie, Doral and Ashley Shuler and Marlene Graham; and two brothers, Aaron and Ivan Shuler. All are of Baltimore.

Henry J. Vogt Jr.

FMC worker, bowler

Henry J. Vogt Jr., a chemical manufacturing equipment operator and professional bowler, died Sunday at Church Hospital of complications to injuries from a fall.

Mr. Vogt was 51 and lived in Curtis Bay.

He worked for 15 years for the FMC Corp. and earlier as a truck driver for the Buffalo Tank Co., the Crane Plumbing Supply Co. and the Best Battery Co.

The 1962 graduate of Southern High School had been a member of the Professional Bowlers Association since 1975. He used his vacations to bowl in tournaments.

He had been a member of the Civil Air Patrol for 20 years and was finance officer for the Maryland Wing.

He was an Eagle Scout and had been a scoutmaster and district commissioner and sat on the local board of the Boy Scouts of America.

Services were set for 10 a.m. today, at the McCully Funeral Home, 237 E. Patapsco Ave., Brooklyn.

He is survived by his wife, the former Florence G. Pastalow; and a brother, Ralph A. Vogt of Brooklyn Park.

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