Margaret T. HogeRental agentMargaret Taylor Hoge, who had...

October 18, 1994

Margaret T. Hoge

Rental agent

Margaret Taylor Hoge, who had been a rental agent for real estate firms, died Sunday of heart failure at her home in the Ambassador Apartments. She was 94.

The former Margaret Taylor was a native of Baltimore whose ancestors included a signer of the Declaration of Independence and the owners of the land now occupied by the Mount Pleasant Golf Course.

She was a 1917 graduate of the Bryn Mawr School and attended Miss Hoffman's Finishing School. She made her debut at the 1917 Bachelors Cotillon. She had been a member of the Junior League of Baltimore and the Mount Vernon Club.

In the late 1940s and the early 1950s, she had been a rental agent for the Roland Park Co. and the Hoge-Wilson Co. -- now W.H.C. Wilson & Co. -- of which her husband, Bernard Peyton Hoge, was a founder. He died in 1967.

Services were set for 2 p.m. today in the chapel of St. David's Episcopal Church, 4700 Roland Ave.

Survivors include several cousins.

James Redmond Sr.

Retired truck driver

James Robert Redmond Sr., a retired truck driver, died Friday of heart failure at the Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. The Annapolis resident was 48.

He retired in 1989 after 14 years with the Mohawk Contracting Co. in Brooklyn Park, and 11 years before that with the Reliable Contracting Co. in Millersville. In the 1960s, he worked for Revel Craft Inc., a boat-building business in Arnold.

Known as Bob, he was born in Woodstock and reared in Baltimore.

Services were set for 11 a.m. today at Barranco and Sons Funeral Home, Ritchie Highway and Robinson Road, Severna Park.

He is survived by his wife of 27 years, the former Karen Russell; a son, James R. Redmond Jr. of Annapolis; his stepfather, Arthur Redman of Baltimore; a brother, Samuel Redmond III of Oldtown; and two sisters, Ruth Cash of Portsmouth, Va., and Mary Reynolds of Baltimore.

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