Joseph E. Warwick Jr., a construction consultant and contractor, died Tuesday at Fallston General Hospital after a heart attack. He was 66 and lived in Towson.
Mr. Warwick started the K&P Equipment Co. in Towson in 1967, building water and sewer systems, and later specializing in consulting work, trouble-shooting or using unusual approaches to solve problems in utility projects.
The Towson native attended Towson High School and graduated from the Boys' Latin School.
He attended the Johns Hopkins University and was a survey crew chief for an engineering firm, Whitman Requardt and Associates, before serving in the Army Corps of Engineers in the early 1950s, rebuilding roads and bridges in Italy.
Before starting his company, he was an inspector of water and sewer projects for Baltimore County.
Services were to be held at 10 a.m. today at Johnson Funeral Home, 8521 Loch Raven Blvd.
He is survived by his wife, the former Dorothy Koefoed; two sons, Geoffrey Koefoed Warwick of Baltimore and Joseph Edward Koefoed III of Towson; two daughters, Kathleen Warwick Steen of Parkton and Patricia Hanley Warwick of Forest Hill; and two grandchildren.
June Eleanor Marsh
Active in organizations
June Eleanor Marsh, who was a member of boating, church and service groups, died Tuesday of heart disease at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Crofton resident was 86.
Mrs. Marsh was a member of the West River Yacht Club and its Buoy-Bells, the Prince of Peace Presbyterian Church in Crofton, and Inner Wheel of Rotary International.
She was born June Eleanor Baumgardner in Springfield, Ohio, and graduated from Wittenberg University. She taught music in Hamilton, Ohio, schools before she and her husband, Winston William Marsh Sr., moved to Chevy Chase in 1949.
Mr. Marsh died in 1988, and services were held Tuesday for a daughter, Julia R. Gundersdorf of Catonsville, who died July 7.
Services for Mrs. Marsh were to be held at 1:15 p.m. today at John M. Taylor Funeral Home in Annapolis.
She is survived by a son, Winston W. Marsh Jr. of Potomac; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Joseph A. Malat, 78, a native of Baltimore and a retired men's clothing salesman in Richmond, Va., died Tuesday of complications of Alzheimer's disease at a nursing home in Barco, N.C.
Services for Mr. Malat, who had lived in Nags Head, N.C., for four years, were held yesterday.
His wife, the former Elsie Laabs, died in 1968. He is survived by a son, Joseph A. Malat II of Nags Head; three sisters, Dianna M. Hughes of Baltimore, Marie M. Mullauer of Brooklyn Park and Rose M. Weber of Overlea; and seven brothers, Richard and Lawrence Malat, both of Pasadena, Michael Malat of Aberdeen, Frank Malat of Catonsville, Anthony Malat of Arnold, David Malat of Sykesville and John Malat of Baltimore.
James V. Dollahite, 83, a retired medical facility planner for the Veterans Administration, died July 7 of anemia at Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville, where he had moved from Alexandria, Va., nearly four years ago.
A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Dollahite, a native of Scobey, Miss., and a World War II Army Air Forces veteran, was offered yesterday.
He is survived by his wife, the former Evelyn Franklin; a son, James A. Dollahite of Kensington; a daughter, Barbara K. Jennings of Walkersville; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Mamie Jane Shank, 87, who moved from Catonsville to Stafford Springs, Conn., in 1966, died Monday of complications after surgery at a hospital in Vernon, Conn.
Services for the former Mamie Jane Mullinix, who was born and educated in the Damascus area, were held Thursday.
Her husband, Melvin L. Shank, died in 1964. She is survived by two daughters, Jane O. Irish of Stafford Springs and Charlotte L. Kuglin of Lansdale, Pa.; five grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.