Margaret M. N. Collier, airplane plant workerMargaret...

September 26, 1995

Margaret M. N. Collier, airplane plant worker

Margaret Madeline Neal Collier, who had worked in a World War II airplane plant, died Thursday of pneumonia at Mercy Medical Center.

She was 72 and lived in West Baltimore.

The former Margaret Madeline Neal had worked at a Glenn L. Martin Co. plant in Canton during World War II.

The Baltimore native graduated from St. Frances Academy in 1942.

In 1946, she married Russell R. Collier, who survives her.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Pius V. Roman Catholic Church, 521 N. Schroeder St.

Other survivors include seven daughters, Valarie Collier Cornish, Julie Collier Farrell, Collene Collier, Arlene Collier McClary, Marsha Collier, Lisa Collier Joines and Dawn Collier, all of Baltimore; three sons, Russell Collier, of Browns Mills, N.J., and Eric and Michael Collier, both of Baltimore; 17 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

Amy Michener Reno, 71, real estate agent

Amy Michener Reno, 71, an Annapolis resident and former real estate agent, died of leukemia Sept. 7 at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

From 1948 to 1970, she was married to Donald F. Reno of Phoenix, Md. Their marriage ended in divorce.

A memorial service was held Sept. 11.

She is survived by four sons, Charles H. Hackman of Pasadena, Donald "Fred" Reno Jr. of Annapolis, David W. Reno of Berlin and Russell L. Reno of Shady Side.

Mattie M. Love, 75, worked in dry cleaning

Mattie M. Love, 75, who had been in the dry cleaning business for about 40 years, died Sept. 11 at Harbor Hospital Center after a stroke.

Services for the former Mattie Stann, who lived in Northwood, were held Sept. 15. Her husband, Henry Love, died in 1982. She is survived by a sister, Mavis Porter of Dothan, Ala.; and many nieces and nephews.

Leon McClellan, 64, a Southwest Baltimore resident and retired mechanic at the Domino Sugar plant, died Sept. 17 of cancer at the downtown Veterans Hospital.

Services for the Baltimore native were held Sept. 21.

He is survived by his wife, the former Rachel Butler; four sons, Thomas Harrison McClellan of Ellicott City and Lawrence Wayne McClellan, Kenneth Leon McClellan, and Gary Mark McClellan, all of Baltimore; a daughter, Mary Bonita Williams of Baltimore; four brothers, Raymond, John Rufus and William McClellan, all of Baltimore; two sisters, Marie Queen and Pauline McClellan, both of Baltimore; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Elsie A. Hudak, 87, a retired biology and physical education teacher who taught for 31 years at Baltimore's Eastern High School, died Sept. 18 of heart failure at Cromwell Meridan Nursing Center in Towson.

Services for the Highlandtown native and former Cub Hill resident are private.

She is survived by two brothers, William Hudak of Hamilton and Clark Hudak of Towson; two sisters, Mary Gerting of Hamilton and Elma Morse of Parkville; and many nieces and nephews.

Gerald P. Doris Sr., 67, a retired computer operator at General Motors Corp.'s Broening Highway plant in Baltimore, died of heart failure Sept. 15 at his home in Gainesville, Fla. where he had lived since 1986.

A memorial Mass will be announced later.

Survivors include his wife, the former Mary Mercedes Thumin of Gainesville; three sons, Richard J., Stanley D. and Gerald P. Doris Jr.; two daughters, Adele Brukiewa and Patricia L. Combs; a sister, Claire Selecky; and four grandchildren.

Clyde B. Didlake, 77, owner of Clyde's Bus Service, which provided school and charter buses, died Sept. 13 of heart failure at North Arundel Hospital.

Services for the Glen Burnie resident were held Sept. 16. He is survived by his wife, the former Irene E. Owen; two daughters, A. Belle Caldwell and Violet I. Chaney, both of Glen Burnie; four brothers, Clinton, Willie, Earl and John M. Didlake Jr., all of Richmond, Va.; four sisters, Pearl Taylor, Rosa Wakefield and Violet Lippy, all of Richmond, and Anna Blue of Pennsylvania; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

Alexander J. Bullock, 91, who had been a thoroughbred horse owner and trainer and a polo player, died Sept. 13 of heart failure at Meridian Health Care Center at Brightwood.

Private services were planned.

His wife, the former Ida Perry Black, died in 1989. He is survived by a son, John Alexander Bullock of New York City; a stepson, Perry Johnson Bolton of Brooklandville; a stepdaughter, Gary Bolton Blue of Owings Mills; seven grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

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