Teresa Asid-OechslerEngineerTeresa Asid-Oechsler, an...

January 25, 1995

Teresa Asid-Oechsler

Engineer

Teresa Asid-Oechsler, an engineer, died Saturday at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center of complications after childbirth. The Sykesville resident was 33.

She had given birth to a son, Ryan Alexander, on Jan. 11 at Howard County General Hospital.

At the time of her death, she was a supervisory engineer at Westinghouse Electric Corp.'s Linthicum plant, where she began her career in 1984.

She was born at Fort Belvoir, Va., and reared in Harford County. She was a 1979 graduate of Fallston High School and earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and a master's degree from the Johns Hopkins University in 1988.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Louis Roman Catholic Church, Routes 148 and 32, Clarksville.

In addition to her son, she is survived by her husband, Timothy R. Oechsler, whom she married in 1988; her parents, Philip G. and Shirley J. Asid of Ankara, Turkey; a brother, Stephen Asid of Hedgesville, W.Va.; a sister, Bethany L. Asid of Ellicott City; and her grandmother, Marguerite Dennis of Kinston, N.C.

Memorial donations may be made to the Ryan Alexander Oechsler Education Trust Fund, c/o Reisterstown Federal Savings Bank, 6415 Ridge Road, Baltimore 21784. Edward J. Glusing Sr., a retired Baltimore County Fire Department emergency medical technician, died Sunday of congestive heart failure and complications of diabetes at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 74 and lived in Parkville.

He retired 15 years ago after 25 years with the Fire Department. Mr. Glusing, who had served briefly as a mechanic and as a firefighter before he became an emergency medical technician, received many letters of commendation from residents of the Parkville area where he was assigned.

The New York City native came to Baltimore in the early 1940s. He served in the Army during World War II and was awarded a Purple Heart for shrapnel wounds he received during the Battle of the Bulge.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 9 a.m. today at St. Ursula's Roman Catholic Church, 8801 Harford Road, Parkville.

He is survived by his wife of 56 years, the former Marguerite E. Clark; a daughter, Carolyn Lee Glusing of Cockeysville; two sons, Stephen W. Glusing of Reisterstown and Edward J. Glusing Jr. of Satyr Hill; a sister, Mildred Loehr of Plantation, Fla.; and two grandchildren.

Lois Stubblefield

Teacher, librarian

Lois P. Stubblefield, a retired teacher and librarian, died Jan. 18 of heart failure at her home in Northwest Baltimore. She was 82.

She retired 19 years ago after 25 years as the librarian at the Booker T. Washington Junior High School. Earlier, she taught Latin, French, English and mathematics at Dunbar and Douglass high schools and the then-Morgan State College.

The former Lois Proctor was a native of Baltimore and valedictorian of both the class of 1929 at Douglass and the class of 1933 at Morgan. She also earned a degree in library science at Hampton Institute.

Services were set for 7:15 p.m. today at the Nutter Funeral Home, 2501 Gwynns Falls Parkway, Baltimore.

She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Charles A. Stubblefield; a daughter, Lois A. Waters of Ellicott City; a sister, Rowena Lewis of Baltimore; and a granddaughter.

H. A. Permenter

Social Security analyst

Harrell E. Permenter, a retired statistical analyst for the Social Security Administration, died Saturday after a heart attack at his home in Orlando, Fla. He was 77 and maintained homes in Orlando and Westminster.

He retired in 1972 after 20 years with Social Security.

Born in Macon, Ga., he was reared there and in St. Petersburg, Fla. During World War II, he served in the Army in Europe. His decorations included the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star.

A memorial service was set for today in Orlando.

He is survived by his wife, the former Mary F. Batson; two sons, Joseph H. Permenter of Mount Airy and Michael F. Permenter of Arnold; three daughters, Alicia P. Masterson of St. Petersburg, Cheryl McFadden of Westminster and M. Cecile Permenter of Lakeland, Fla.; a brother, Robert Landrum Permenter of Las Vegas; and 10 grandchildren.

Hazel Davis Keith

Annapolis resident, 94

Hazel Davis Keith, a resident of the Annapolis area since 1957, died Jan. 14 of heart failure at the Annapolis Convalescent and Rehabilitation Center. She was 94.

The former Hazel Jennings Davis was a native of Baltimore who was raised in Washington, where she graduated from Central High School and George Washington University.

An Episcopalian, she attended ceremonies that marked the completion of the denomination's Washington Cathedral in 1990. As a child in 1907, she had attended the cornerstone-laying ceremony, during which a bishop said that no one in attendance would live to see its completion, according to her daughter, Helen Peckworth of Wilmington, N.C..

Services were set for 11 a.m. today in St. Andrew's Chapel at the Naval Academy in Annapolis.

Her husband, retired Rear Adm. Harry. H. Keith, whom she married in 1926, died in 1969. Other survivors include a son, Harry H. Keith of Marathon, Fla.; and four grandchildren.

James Hamilton Owens III, 54, a design engineer who was reared in Towson, died Sunday of a heart attack at his home in Houston. Mr. Owens, who held several patents, was employed by Cooper Industries, a Houston engineering firm, where he designed pumps for underwater oil rigs.

Services were set for today in Texas. He is survived by his wife of 26 years, the former Sue Elliot; a daughter, Angela Owens of Houston; two brothers, Schuyler Owens of Ann Arbor, Mich., and Alexander H. Owens of Los Gatos, Calif.; a sister, Helen Brody of Greenwich, Conn.; and his parents, James H. Owens Jr. and Helen Nixdorff Owens of Ann Arbor.

Memorial donations may be made to the Elean City Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation, P.O. Box 424, Baytown, Texas 77522.

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