Ulysses S. WeberPersonnel directorUlysses S. Weber, who...

January 05, 1995

Ulysses S. Weber

Personnel director

Ulysses S. Weber, who had been personnel director for Provident Savings Bank, died Christmas Day of heart failure at the Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. He was 92.

He retired in 1967 from the bank where he began his career as a teller in 1920. After his retirement, he worked for several years as a crossing guard at Park School.

Reared on Payson Street, Mr. Weber attended city schools through the eighth grade, when he left to go to work. He took night courses at the Johns Hopkins University and was a graduate of the American Institute of Banking.

During the 1930s, he was a member of the 110th Field Artillery of the Maryland National Guard.

Known as Sid, he volunteered for over 20 years at Good Samaritan Hospital and was a member of the Lions Club of Hamilton. He had also been a city election judge.

"He really enjoyed helping people, and I would say that his hobby was Good Samaritan Hospital," said his son-in-law, Charles B. Snyder of Cockeysville.

A former resident of Hamilton, Mr. Weber lived in an apartment at Loch Raven Boulevard and Belvedere Avenue in recent years.

He was an elder and assistant treasurer at Faith Presbyterian Church, 5400 Loch Raven Blvd., Baltimore, where services were set for 4 p.m. today.

He is survived by his wife of 71 years, the former Mary Kennedy; and a daughter, Joan Snyder of Cockeysville.

Memorial donations may be made to the Faith Presbyterian Church Investing Fund or the Presbyterian Home of Maryland, Georgia Court and Dixie Drive, Towson 21204.

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