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January 20, 1995

Dr. E. T. Wisniewski


Dr. Eugene T. Wisniewski, a retired orthodontist who began his career as a dentist in 1947, died Tuesday of a blood disorder at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 74 and lived in Baldwin.

Dr. Wisniewski, who had practiced in Towson and later in Baldwin, retired in 1991.

He was a life member of the state and national dental associations and the American Association of Orthodontists. He had also been active in the Jaraback Foundation for Orthodontic Research.

Born in Baltimore, he was a 1939 graduate of City College and a 1943 graduate of Loyola College, where he was captain of the cross-country track team.

He earned his dental degree from Georgetown University in 1947 and a certificate in orthodontics from Columbia University in 1961.

During the Korean War, he served in the Navy Dental Corps, reaching the rank of lieutenant.

He was a former president of the Polish-American Professional Association and was a bass in the choirs at Immaculate Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church in Towson and St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Hydes.

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

He is survived by his wife, the former Evelyn Szymanski; a daughter, Lisa Maria de Grouchy of Baldwin; a brother, Alfred J. Wisniewski of Baltimore; and three grandchildren.

Arceola O. Boyd

Steel worker

Arceola Ossie Boyd, a retired steel worker, died Saturday of pneumonia at Church Hospital. He was 79 and lived in East Baltimore.

Mr. Boyd retired about 15 years ago from the pipe mill at Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s Sparrows Point plant, where he had worked for 30 years.

The native of Peaks, S.C., came to Baltimore in the late 1930s.

He was a trustee, choir member and unofficial door-keeper and greeter at Knox Presbyterian Church, 1300 N. Eden St., Baltimore, where services were scheduled for noon today.

He is survived by his wife, the former Evelyn Barber; three sons, Phillip Boyd of Upper Marlboro and Mark and Wayne Boyd, both of Baltimore; two daughters, Yvonne Robinson and Sarah Boyd, both of Baltimore; two sisters, Mattie Smith and Lillie Mae Boyd, both of Baltimore; four brothers, Pinkney, Matthew, Julius and John Boyd, all of Baltimore; seven grandchildren; and a great-grandson.


A. Key Hickman


Services were held Wednesday for A. Key Hickman, 45, president of a Suitland construction company who was killed Saturday in an automobile accident in Arnold.

The Washington native and Round Bay resident headed Hickman Construction Co., which he started in 1987. He is survived by his wife, the former Ann Turner; two sons, Joseph and Benjamin Hickman; and a daughter, Kaitlin Hickman, all of Round Bay; and two sisters, Louise Buchanan of La Plata and Bonnie Mason of Crofton.

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