Lisa S. MartinNationsBank employeeLisa S. Martin, a...

March 29, 1995

Lisa S. Martin

NationsBank employee

Lisa S. Martin, a customer service representative for NationsBank, died Friday from complications of a liver transplant at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was 29.

The lifelong Walbrook resident began her banking career in 1984 as a proof operator for the former Equitable Bank and retired about a year ago after being diagnosed with lupus.

She was a 1983 graduate of Walbrook High School and attended Coppin State College. She enjoyed attending movies and entertaining her family and friends.

Services were scheduled for 11:30 a.m. today at Gospel Tabernacle Baptist Church, 3100 Walbrook Ave., Baltimore.

She is survived by her son, Kirk Nowlin Jr.; her mother, Lucille P. Martin; two brothers, Everett Martin and Larry Martin; two sisters, Deborah Martin and Gayle Martin; and her fiancee, Kirk Nowlin Sr., all of Baltimore.

Memorial donations may be made to Maryland Lupus Foundation

Inc., 7400 York Road, Towson 21204. Harry Edward Darney, retired president of an electrical contracting company, died Sunday of cancer at Manor Care Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Ruxton. The Timonium resident was 73.

He retired in 1987 from H. Edward Darney Electrical Contractors, the Timonium company founded by his father in 1939 as Darney Electric. He had been associated with the company since 1946 and took over from his father in 1961.

"He was a very fine individual and a considerate, trustworthy and dependable friend," said Tom Gorman, president of T. A. Gorman Inc., piping contractors.

"Not only did we do business together for over 35 years, we also shared a mutual interest in fishing and went on trips to Cape May [N.J.], Ocean City, Florida and Bimini," Mr. Gorman said.

Known as Ed, Mr. Darney was born on the Fourth of July and was reared in Hamilton. The 1940 graduate of Polytechnic Institute enlisted in the Army Air Corps in 1942 and was trained as a pilot. He was discharged with the rank of second lieutenant in 1945.

"He was very patriotic and the most important things in his life were God, country, family and fishing," said a daughter, Sharon D. Kirsch of Queenstown.

Mr. Darney sailed the Chesapeake Bay aboard his powerboats the Eager Beaver and Baybee, and was a member of the Baltimore Yacht Club. He was also a charter member of the Boumi bowling league.

Services were scheduled for 1 p.m. today at Timonium United Methodist Church, Pot Spring at Chantry roads.

Other survivors include his wife of 52 years, the former Helen A. Berry; two sons, Charles E. Darney of Sparks and Jeffrey S. Darney of Cockeysville; another daughter, Leslie A. Mead of Nazareth, Pa.; a brother, Wallace Darney of Cocoa Beach, Fla.; two sisters, Leona Strain and Lola Kreft, both of Hamilton; nine grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 8219 Town Center Drive, White Marsh 21162.

Raymond Morris Jr.

Pharmacy director

Raymond W. Morris Jr., director of pharmacy and materials management at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson, died Saturday after an apparent heart attack at his Ellicott City home. He was 47.

Mr. Morris had joined St. Joseph in 1991 after five years as branch and area sales manager for HMSS Inc., a medical supply and service company in Columbia.

Earlier, he worked for American Abbey Homecare/Travacare, and at the former North Arundel Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital. From 1974 to 1978, he operated his own drugstore, Randallstown Pharmacy/Medical Equipment.

He was born in Baltimore and graduated from Howard High School, University of Maryland Baltimore County and University of Maryland's pharmacy school. He received a mas

ter's degree in pharmacy in 1974. In 1983, he earned a master's degree in business administration from Loyola College.

A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Morris was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at Roman Catholic Church of the Resurrection, Paulskirk Drive at Chatham Road in Ellicott City.

He is survived by his wife, the former Patricia A. Murphy; a son, Stephen Morris; and a daughter, Emily Morris, all of Ellicott City.

The family suggested that memorial contributions be made to Bishop T. Austin Murphy Scholarship Fund, St. Rose of Lima Rectory, 3803 Fourth St., Baltimore 21225.

Ina R. Guethler

Dairy distributor

Ina R. Guethler, who had been an independent distributor of dairy products in Cecil County, died Saturday at her home in Rising Sun of a circulatory illness. She was 89.

She and her husband, Raymond Guethler Sr., started the business in 1953. After his death in 1979, she operated the firm until 1983.

The former Ina Ruhe was a native of Baltimore and lived in Hamilton before moving to Rising Sun. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, the Soroptimist Club, the Rising Sun Homemakers Club and Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church in North East, where she played the organ.

Services were set for 11:30 a.m. today at the R. T. Foard Funeral Home in Rising Sun.

She is survived by a son, Robert M. Guethler of Rising Sun; nine grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.

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