After studying metallurgy at Temple University and moving to Baltimore in 1947, he worked for Maguire-McLernon Inc., an industrial distributorship founded by his father and brother. He later founded Wyndhurst-Maguire, which made cutting tools for the steel industry. For the past 15 years, he had also researched a new mining product for Dycon Technology, of Panama City, Fla.
A Mass of Christian burial was offered Monday.
Survivors include his wife of 41 years, the former M. Patricia Malloy; two daughters, Anne M. Cronin and Mairi Patricia Maguire, both of Baltimore; a son, Thomas E. Maguire of College Park; a brother and his retired business partner, Edward C. Maguire; a sister, Helen M. Conneen of Ashtabula, Ohio; and a grandson.
Ethel E. Henderson, 91, a homemaker and lifelong member of Grace English Evangelical Lutheran Church in Lutherville, died of complications of a stroke Saturday at St. Agnes Hospital.
Mrs. Henderson, a 1922 Eastern High School graduate who lived on Arbutus Avenue in Catonsville for 47 years, was active in the Women's Civic League, the Palestine Lodge of the Order of the Eastern Star, the Order of the Amaranth and the Bou-Tem-Sci Club at the Boumi Temple.
Services were conducted yesterday at Grace church for Mrs. Henderson, who is survived by a son, Charles C. T. Henderson of Columbia; a daughter, Lorraine Butler of Catonsville; four grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. She and Charles D. Henderson, a Western Electric Corp. employee, were married 55 years. He died in 1979.
Amy Jo Porter, 20, a University of Maryland Baltimore County junior and Ellicott City resident, died of cancer Saturday at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Services were held yesterday in York, Pa., for Miss Porter, who graduated in 1993 from Mount Hebron High School and started college at Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, Okla., where she was a member of the Chorale, which toured Europe.
Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Porter, of Ellicott City; a brother, William B. Porter of Bethany, Okla.; her maternal grandmother, Eloise C. Minnich Dubs of York, Pa.; paternal grandparents C. William and M. Juanita Porter of Oklahoma City; maternal great-grandmother Grace Minnich of New Oxford, Pa.; and her fiancee, Philip Rodebush of Washington.
Roger J. McGuigan, 73, who retired in the mid-1970s after working many years as an apartment house manager and before that, a Maryland Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. welder, died Sunday of cancer at Stella Maris Hospice.
Mr. McGuigan was in the Army Air Corps during World War II, lived in Pen Lucy, and in his 70s could still demonstrate roller-skating skills he learned as a child.
A Mass of Christian burial was offered yesterday for Mr. McGuigan, who is survived by his wife of 42 years, the former Gerry Lee; a sister, Doris Keyser of Vero Beach, Fla.; and many nieces and nephews.
Louella H. Feltes, 87, a clerical worker at Franklin Square Hospital for many years before retiring in the mid-1970s, was remembered Tuesday in services at Loch Raven Presbyterian Church. She died of complications of heart disease Nov. 30 in Indianapolis, where she had lived for the past two years.
Survivors include a son, Charles J. Feltes Jr. of Indianapolis; a daughter, Laura F. Boyce of Indianapolis; a sister, Ruth Dodge of Vineland, N.J.; five grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren. She she Charles J. Feltes, a toolmaker who died in 1976, were married for many years.