Julio B. Fernandez Sr., 69, Bethlehem Steel workerJulio B...

January 29, 1996

Julio B. Fernandez Sr., 69, Bethlehem Steel worker

Julio B. Fernandez Sr., who worked for 16 years in the rigging department of Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s Sparrows Point shipyard, died Dec. 18 of a heart attack at a hospital in Spain while he was on vacation. He was 69.

Born and raised in Riveira, Spain, Mr. Fernandez served in the Spanish and Norwegian merchant marines. He moved to the United States in 1969, settling in East Baltimore, and retired from the shipyard in 1985.

Services and burial were in Spain.

He is survived by his wife, the former Juanita Perez; a son, Julio B. Fernandez Jr. of Eastpoint; a daughter, Joanna Alrub of Towson; brothers and sisters in Spain; and five grandchildren.

Marion F. Kaltrider, 85, owned Owings Mills grocery

Marion Francis Kaltrider, who owned an Owings Mills grocery store until he retired in 1975, died Thursday of multiple medical problems at his home in Lineboro. He was 85.

A native of northern Carroll County, Mr. Kaltrider was educated at Cross Roads School, a one-room schoolhouse in Millers. He owned and operated Marion's Meat and Grocery Store in Owings Mills before selling the store to Charles Allshouse in 1975.

He was past president of the Lineboro Volunteer Fire Company and past president of Carroll County Firemen's Association, as well as past president of Lineboro-Manchester Lions Club and a member of Hanover Moose Lodge 227 in Hanover, Pa.

Services are scheduled for 11 a.m. today at Eckardt Funeral Chapel, 3296 Charmil Drive in Manchester.

Mr. Kaltrider is survived by his wife, the former Agatha L. Warehime; a sister, Mary E. Miller of Millers; a brother, Harvey Kaltrider of Millers; a daughter, Vera Joyce Fair of Lineboro; three grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Lineboro Volunteer Fire Company Ambulance Service, Lineboro 21088.

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