She retired about 12 years ago as office manager for Ray Lee Insurance Inc. in Catonsville. Earlier, she had held a similar post at Catonsville Insurance Inc. She had also worked in the Baltimore office of the Automobile Club of Maryland, where she became an insurance underwriter.
The former Lillian Loeber was a native of Ellicott City and a graduate of Catonsville High School. In 1943, she married Allan Howells Constance, who died in 1985.
A memorial service was to be held at 2 p.m. today at Catonsville United Methodist Church, Melvin Avenue and Frederick Road.
She is survived by a son, John Allan Constance of Columbia; a sister, Anne Loeber Andersen of Catonsville; and two granddaughters.
bTCAH: Sterlin U. Overturf
Sterlin U. Overturf, a retired concrete truck driver for the Arundel Corp., died Wednesday of heart failure at his home in Hampden. He was 65.
A member of Teamsters Local 311, he retired in 1985 after driving a concrete mixer for 25 years.
The native of Gillham, Ark., who was a Korean War veteran, came to Baltimore in 1948 while serving in the Army.
He was a member of United Methodist Men and a trustee of the Roland Avenue-Evergreen United Methodist Church, Roland Avenue and 40th Street in Baltimore, where services were set for 12:30 p.m. today.
He is survived by his wife, the former Ginny Rosenbam; two sons, David Russell Overturf and Donald Mark Overturf, both of Hampden; a daughter, Susan Jean Welsh of Hampden; his mother, Goldie Overturf, and a brother, Lester Overturf,both of Gillham; three sisters, Helen Sue Davis and Wilma Smith, both of DeQueen, Ark., and Arlene Whitley of Ashdown, Ark.; and two grandchildren.
Sean McKenzie, 25, senior assistant manager of a McDonald's restaurant in Dundalk, died Monday of an apparent heart attack at the home of a friend.
The Dundalk resident was a student at Essex and Baltimore City community colleges and was a member of the National Guard. A Baltimore native, he graduated from Northwestern High School.
Services were to be held at 10 a.m. today at Jones Temple Baptist Church, 2100 W. Baltimore St. He is survived by his mother, Roddie Johnson of Baltimore; his grandmother, Elise S. Lewis of Lochearn; and his great-grandmother, Minnie Lee Samuel of Manning, S.C.
Matthew Talbot Kleiderlein, 24, a student and businessman, died Tuesday at his home in Kingsville of complications of hemophilia.
He was a student at the Harford Community College, sold wooden outdoor furniture and raised and sold Japanese red maples. The Baltimore native was a graduate of St. Paul's Lutheran School and the Lutheran High School.
Services were to be held at 11:30 today at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 12022 Jerusalem Road, Kingsville. Survivors include his parents, George B. and Florence Patricia Talbott Kleiderlein; and a sister, Paula Jane Kleiderlein. All are of Kingsville.