Mathilde D. Hopkins, 82, who retired in 1960 as president of two Eastern Shore poultry companies, died Feb. 28 of cancer at the home of her daughter in Richmond, Va.
She was born Mathilde Dryden in Snow Hill and went to work in the family companies Dryden's Hatcheries and Worcester Broilers Inc. after graduating from high school in 1930.
Active in Worcester County affairs, she served on various school board committees, was a charter member of the Blood Bank of the Eastern Shore and a charter member of the foundation of Salisbury State University, where she had been a member of the Board of Visitors.
Services were held March 2. Her husband, George W. Hopkins Jr., died in 1959. She is survived by her daughter, Mary Catherine Hopkins Mills; a sister, Virginia Dryden Moore of Catonsville; and three granddaughters.
William D. Winger Jr., 69, insurance agent
William D. Winger Jr., a retired insurance agent who died March 4 of bone cancer at Manor Care Ruxton. He was 69 and lived in Perry Hall.
He retired in 1982 from the Towson office of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. after a 35-year career.
Mr. Winger coached Little League and men's softball in the Loch Raven-Perry Hall-Kingsville area for many years, and in 1986, his team won the Maryland State United Slow Pitch Softball Championship.
Born in Washington and raised in Lutherville, he was a 1944 graduate of Towson High School. He was a World War II Army veteran and a member of Perry Hall United Methodist Church and Masonic and veterans groups.
Plans for services are incomplete.
He is survived by his wife of 45 years, the former Marge Shoul-Merriman; three sons, William D. Winger III, Gary W. Winger and Scott M. Winger; and a daughter, Dale R. Vieweg, all of Perry Hall; a brother, Richard C. Winger of Hagerstown; and seven grandchildren.
Martin "Sonny" Leroy Schaub Jr., 54, Baltimore native and retired heavy equipment operator, died Feb. 29 of heart failure at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford, Del. He was a resident of Felton, Del.
A memorial service for Mr. Schaub, who retired in 1989 because of illness, were held March 6. He is survived by his wife, the former Ellen L. Haymire; two sons, Martin Schaub III of Norfolk, Va., Robert Schaub of Seaford; four sisters, Ann Dyson and Eileen Dyson, both of Delmar, Del., Helene Drury of Clear Springs and Charlotte Hill of Virginia Beach, Va.
Also, two stepsons, William Gartrell of Cape Coral, Fla., and James Gartrell of Charleston, W.Va.; three stepdaughters, Donna Snyder of Delmar, Laura Wisk of Felton and Naomi Steele of Harrington, Del.; 15 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
M. Norma Pengelley Campbell, 82, a homemaker and artist, died Feb. 29 of multiple organ failure at the North Oaks Retirement Community. She had lived in Towson for many years.
The Easton, Pa., native graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of Arts and was a fashion model in New York City before marrying in 1935.
Mrs. Campbell, who moved to Baltimore in 1958, was a member of the Baltimore and Hillendale country clubs.
Private services were held Saturday. Her husband, Donald P. Campbell, died in 1993. She is survived by two sons, Kevin Campbell of Cockeysville and Keith Campbell of Lutherville; two sisters, Ann Clarke of Keene, N.H., and Rhoda Clark of Golden, Colo.; and four grandchildren.
Raymond J. Boyle, 79, former vice president of the investment and trust division of the First National Bank of Maryland, died March 1 of complications from pneumonia at the Devon Manor Retirement Home in Devon, Pa. He lived in Havertown, Pa.
The former resident of Edlynne Road in Northeast Baltimore joined the bank in the 1950s and retired in 1981.
A Mass of Christian burial was offered March 5.
Mr. Boyle's wife, the former Elizabeth Thomas, died in 1994. He is survived by a nephew, John Halloran of Havertown; a brother-in-law, the Rev. J. Robert Thomas of Sherill, N.Y.; and several grand-nephews and grand-nieces.
Ada B. Clements, 89, who retired last year as business manager of Clements Appliances in Arbutus, died March 3 of heart failure at St. Agnes Hospital.
She was born Ada Bland in Harford County and lived in Catonsville for 60 years. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church and the Guilder Girls Investment Club.
Services were held March 5. Her husband, Carroll "Speed" Clements, whom she married in 1925, died in 1979. She is survived by a son, Robert L. Clements of Ellicott City; a sister, Marlan Swett of Baltimore; five grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.