David A. MageeAAI supervisorDavid A. Magee, an office...

January 11, 1995

David A. Magee

AAI supervisor

David A. Magee, an office supervisor for AAI Corp., died Saturday at Johns Hopkins Hospital of a cerebral hemorrhage.

Mr. Magee, who was 47 and lived in Finksburg, had worked for AAI for 27 years.

Born in Baltimore and reared in Randallstown, he was a graduate of Franklin High School and the Maryland Institute's division of drafting and other mechanical arts.

He was fond of softball and played third base on teams with fellow employees and various groups.

Services were to be held at 11 a.m. today at the Mount Paran Presbyterian Church, 10308 Liberty Road, Randallstown. Mr. Magee had undergone a liver transplant in June, and the family suggested memorial contributions to the Johns Hopkins Transplant Fund.

He is survived by his wife, the former Yvonne L. Marshall; a son, David A. Magee Jr. of Hanover, Pa.; a daughter, Shari Magee of Finksburg; his parents, Carl W. and Elsa L. Magee of Randallstown; three brothers, Joseph C. Magee of Reisterstown, Mark C. Magee of Timonium and Thomas C. Magee of Sykesville; a sister, Mary Lou E. Magee of Arbutus; and a granddaughter.

Felix H. Morrison

Baltimore grocer

Felix H. Morrison, an East Baltimore grocer, died Monday of cardiovascular disease at a Darlington nursing home. He was 85.

Known as "Fil," he had operated his father's grocery store, Morrison's, at Highland Avenue and McElderry Street. He worked 12 hours a day, six days a week from 1946 until 1968, when he moved to Arnold and became a clerk for the next decade for Anne Arundel County.

Born and reared in Baltimore's Canton section, he moved to New York in the 1920s to work for Hertz Rent-A-Car -- then a fledgling company with a dozen rental cars.

Mr. Morrison joined the Navy in 1928, serving aboard the USS Wyoming before his 1932 discharge with the rank of store keeper.

Returning to Baltimore, he became an egg and butter route salesman for Purity Creamery. But after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, he re-enlisted. Assigned to a commando unit, he participated in the invasion of Guadalcanal and the liberation of the Philippines, and attained the rank of chief petty officer.

Mr. Morrison enjoyed fishing and was active in the affairs of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6506 in Rosedale. He was also a Mason and a member of the Tall Cedars of Lebanon.

He was married in 1930 to the former Ida Weinel, who died in 1983.

Surviving are a son, Felix W. Morrison of Baldwin; a daughter, Doris Knorr of Ellicott City; three grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

Services were to be held at 11 a.m. today at the Schimunek Funeral Home, 9705 Belair Road, Perry Hall. Memorial donations may be made to the Grant-A-Wish Foundation, P.O. Box 21211, Baltimore 21228.

Bernard C. Kelly, 91, a retired Long Green Valley farmer, died of heart failure Monday at St. Joseph Medical Center. For many years, he had sold corn, tomatoes and other vegetables that he raised on his farm on Long Green Pike in Hydes.

From the mid-1940s until the mid-1970s, he and a brother had operated a 200-acre dairy farm, Ellendale. They had a herd of Holstein cattle and shipped milk to Berg's Dairy in Perry Hall. Earlier he had lived on family farms in the Fallston area, where he was born.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, 13305 Long Green Pike.

He is survived by his wife, the former Alice Lancaster; a son, Aaron B. Kelly of Hydes; and two grandchildren.

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