Clarissa J. Linhard, 65, public schools nurseClarissa J...

March 05, 1996

Clarissa J. Linhard, 65, public schools nurse

Clarissa J. Linhard, a retired school nurse who was active in the annual human flag presentation at Fort McHenry, died Saturday of kidney failure at her Lutherville home. She was 65.

A registered nurse, Mrs. Linhard was a Baltimore County public schools nurse for 25 years and spent most of her career at White Oak. She retired in 1992.

The Powellville native was a 1947 graduate of Wicomico High School and earned a nursing degree in 1951 from the Delaware Hospital School of Nursing. She The registered nurse then moved to Baltimore and went to work at Union Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Linhard was a member of several bridge groups and was active in the Woman's Eastern Shore Society, the National Flag Federation and the Orton Dyslexia Society, Maryland Chapter.

Her husband, John A. Linhard Sr., whom she married in 1954, died in 1979.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10: 30 a.m. today at Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, Baltimore and Ware avenues, Towson.

She is survived by three sons, Joseph E. Linhard of Parkton, William P. Linhard of Towson and John A. Linhard Jr. of Brunswick, Maine Me.; two daughters, Mary M. Linhard of Towson and Ann L. Pearce of Chester, N.J.; a brother, William H. Jones of Powellville; and six grandchildren.

Philip C. Farace, 67, stadium security chief

Philip C. Farace, a retired Baltimore police lieutenant who was director of security at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, died Thursday of a heart attack at his vacation home in Berkley Springs, W.Va. He was 67 and lived in Reisterstown.

He joined the Baltimore Police Department in 1952 and retired in 1993. From 1973 to 1993, he was detail commander at Memorial Stadium and then at Camden Yards., where the Orioles moved in 1992.

The Baltimore native was educated in city schools and served in the Navy from 1945-1949.

Services were held Sunday. Survivors include his wife of 38 years, the former Audrey Seller; two sons, David Farace of Mount Washington and Patrick Farace of Louisville, Ky.; two daughters, Lydia Petronelli of Reisterstown and Felicia Farace of Dallas; a sister, Marie Haas of Perry Hall; and three grandchildren.

Calvin Edward Howell, a hairstylist, died of complications of AIDS Saturday at the Gift of Hope Hospice in Baltimore. The Pikesville resident was 31.

Born in Southwest Baltimore, he graduated from Pikesville High School in 1983, then attended hair styling schools in Baltimore. He worked at several shops in the Baltimore area until June 1995, when his illness forced him to quit.

A memorial service will be held at 7: 30 p.m. tomorrow at Cremation and Funeral Alternatives, 8717 Green Pastures Drive, Towson.

He is survived by his father, Paul E. Howell of Pikesville; six five brothers, Thurston McKelvin of the Virgin Islands, Larry and Jeffery McKelvin of Baltimore, Wayne McKelvin of Jacksonville, Fla., Gregory McKelvin of Randllstown and Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Kevin Howell of Camp Pendleton, Calif. they are his step-brothers, but want to be referred to as his brothers. ; and two sisters, Renee Howell of Baltimore and Shirley Howell of Pikesville.

Shirley K. Mullikin, 82, secretary, wrote poetry

Shirley K. Mullikin, a homemaker, died Feb. 10 of complications of Parkinson's disease at the Ridgeway Manor Nursing Home in Catonsville. She was 82.

A resident of the nursing home for the past nine years, she had formerly lived in Ellicott City and Northwest Baltimore.

The former Shirley Kane was born and raised in West Baltimore and was a 1930 graduate of Forest Park High School. She attended Goucher College for three years but left because of illness.

She then worked as a secretary for Glenn L. Martin Co. and the Harry E. Gilbert Real Estate Co. until 1939, when she married Richard H. Mullikin, who died in 1983.

Mrs. Mullikin, who wrote poetry, was a member of the Chapelgate Presbyterian Church, 2600 Marriottsville Road in Marriottsville, where a memorial service is planned for 2 p.m. April 13.

She is survived by a brother, Bruce R. Kane of Casselberry, Fla; two sisters, Eileen K. Barth of Catonsville and Elizabeth K. Gleason of Roland Park; and many nieces and nephews.

Bradford Macintire, 82, building contractor

Bradford Macintire, 82, a retired building contractor and former Severna Park resident, died Feb. 27 of complications from a stroke at the Prince George Village Nursing Home in Georgetown, S.C. He was 82.

Raised in Aberdeen, he was a graduate of Severn High School and attended Georgia Institute of Technology.

Plans for a memorial service are incomplete.

He is survived by his wife of nearly 30 years, the former Ann Fletcher; four sons, James Macintire of Pasadena, Bruce E. Macintire of Jarrettsville, Gould B. Macintire of Severna Park and Dean W. Robinson Jr. of Bristol, R.I.; a daughter, Amy R. Constantino of Peabody, Mass.; a brother, Gould Macintire of Aberdeen; and four grandchildren.

Mila B. Yutzy, 83, teacher, Baltimore Co. employee

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