Christopher GeorgeRestaurant managerChristopher B. George...

November 30, 1994

Christopher George

Restaurant manager

Christopher B. George, a restaurant manager and co-founder of a lacrosse club, died of cancer Thursday at his home in Phoenix. He was 46.

He graduated from the Polytechnic Institute in 1967 and Towson State University in 1972. He played lacrosse in high school and college, and had coached the sport for the Carroll Manor Recreation Council since 1980.

He had managed Rascals, an East Joppa Road restaurant and lounge since 1984.

In 1986, he and friend Brian Norris co-founded Old Men Lacrosse for players ages 30 to 60.

Services were held Saturday. Survivors include his wife, the former Donna T. Curreri, whom he married in 1970; two sons, Jason and Damon George; and two daughters, Alex and Melissa D. George, all of Phoenix.

Eustace H. Pickens

Taught in Howard Co.

Eustace H. Pickens, who taught in Howard, Montgomery and Cecil counties and in West Virginia, died Friday in Peoria, Ariz., after a heart attack. He was 83.

He retired from Ellicott City Middle School in 1974 and moved to Arizona three years later.

The West Virginia native also had owned an International Harvester dealership in Glenville, W.Va.

Graveside services were set for 11 a.m. today in Glenville.

He is survived by his wife, the former Fannie Perkins; a daughter, Sharon Herron of Churchville; three sons, Roger Pickens of Davidsonville, Richard Pickens of Crofton and Neil Pickens of Shartlesville, Pa.; a brother, Hayward Pickens of Clarksville; two sisters, Georgia Holliday of Medina, Ohio, and Marguerite Wade of Tanner, W.Va.; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Herbert F. Vasil, a marketing consultant, died Saturday at his home in the Chase House Apartments of heart disease. The Baltimore native was 63.

A memorial Mass was offered yesterday. He is survived by a son, Bruce F. Vasil Sr. of Perry Hall; a daughter, Karen L. Church of Columbia; two sisters, Mary Carol Martelle of Dundalk and Eileen Bevans of Lutherville; and four grandchildren.

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