Delores F. Lilienkamp, 71, Social Security employeeDelores...

November 30, 1995

Delores F. Lilienkamp, 71, Social Security employee

Delores F. Lilienkamp, who worked 27 years for the Social Security Administration and was membership chairman of the Catonsville Historical Society for many years, died of heart failure Nov. 21 at her home. She was 71.

She began her SSA career in 1961 in Evansville, Ind., her hometown. After working with the agency in Oak Park, Ill., she came to SSA headquarters in Woodlawn in 1967. She retired in 1989.

A music lover, she was a Baltimore Symphony Orchestra season ticket holder. She liked golf and was a member of the West Winds Country Club. She also was an avid gardener and a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church.

A memorial service was conducted yesterday in Catonsville.

She is survived by a son, Fred C. Lilienkamp of Hubbardston, Mass.; and a granddaughter.

Jerome E. Baier, 72, controller for retail chain

Jerome E. Baier, Montgomery Ward's eastern region controller for 18 of the 34 years he worked for the retailer before retiring in 1986, died Monday of lung cancer at his home. He was 72.

Mr. Baier applied his professional skills in other ways, with the United Way of Maryland, as a past president of St. Agnes Hospital's lay advisory board, and as a founding trustee of the St. Agnes Hospital Foundation.

With golf and sailing as avocations, the longtime Catonsville resident had belonged to the Rolling Road Golf Club since 1963 and was its president from 1973 to 1975. His wife of 50 years, the former Katie Fischer, said he enjoyed sailing his 24-foot sailboat Pegasus during the summer.

Mr. Baier, who was born in Rochester, N.Y., attended St. Bonaventure University before enlisting in the Army Air Corps during World War II. He flew 18 missions over Germany as a bomber pilot. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester in 1948.

Services are scheduled for 10 a.m. today at St. Mark Roman Catholic Church, 30 Melvin Ave., Catonsville.

Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, Daniel J. Baier of Rochester, N.Y., and David M. Baier of San Antonio, Texas; a daughter, Elizabeth M. Hudson of Springfield, Va.; two sisters, Virginia Wolff and Bernadine Smith, both of Rochester; four grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.

Carl Olof Brudin, 93, heating business founder

Carl Olof Brudin, who was semiretired from a wholesale

Baltimore heating and air conditioning business he founded in 1941, died of a cerebral hemorrhage Sunday at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 93.

Mr. Brudin began as a part-time clerk with a heating and air conditioning firm while he attended the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, from which he graduated in 1925. He earned a law degree in 1938 from Southeastern University and was admitted to the District of Columbia Bar. But it was the heating and air conditioning business that became his life's work.

A former resident of Spring Lake Way in Homeland, he had lived with his wife of 65 years, the former Elizabeth Shaw, at the Ridgely Condominiums in Towson in recent years.

Mr. Brudin was active with the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children and was a member of the Boumi Temple, which he was potentate in 1970. A member of the Royal Order of Jesters, he had been a member of Tuscan Lodge No. 2 in Towson for 70 years.

Services were conducted yesterday at Christ Lutheran Church in Baltimore.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, George F. Brudin of Phoenix and Carl O. Brudin Jr. of Highland; a daughter, Marian B. Henschen of Winchester, Va.; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

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