John T. 'Bud' Ross, 76, highway equipment operatorJohn T...

March 25, 1996

John T. 'Bud' Ross, 76, highway equipment operator

John T. "Bud" Ross, a retired equipment operator for the Baltimore County Highway Department, died of a cardiac arrest at his Reisterstown home Friday. He was 76.

Mr. Ross, a native of Owings Mills who attended St. Charles School in Pikesville, was an infantryman during World War II. He served in the 629th Tank Destroyer Battalion and received several decorations, including the Purple Heart.

Mr. Ross was a charter member of the Buck's Club of Carroll County and a life member of the Owings Mills Fire Department and Post 521 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Owings Mills. He also was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Glyndon.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. today at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Glyndon. He is survived by ``TC daughter, Sharon Koenig of Reisterstown; three sisters, Evelyn Marshall of Towson, Catherine Lindner of Baltimore and Ann Cowman of Reisterstown; a brother, James Ross of Reisterstown; and two grandsons.

Contributions may be made to The Hospice of Baltimore, 6701 N. Charles St., Baltimore 21204.

Nicholas Tamberrino, 56, systems analyst at SSA

Nicholas Anthony Tamberrino, a management-systems analyst for the Social Security Administration in Woodlawn, died March 17 of a heart attack at his Ellicott City home. He was 56.

Raised near Little Italy, he graduated from Polytechnic Institute in 1957 and worked for a year for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. before taking a clerk's job at SSA's former headquarters in the Candler Building downtown. He learned computers on the job and through courses at SSA.

From 1962 to 1968, he served in the Army Reserves as a computer data processor.

Survivors include his wife of nearly 32 years, the former Sandra L. Holloway; two sons, Nicholas Anthony Tamberrino II of Ormond Beach, Fla., and Christopher Tamberrino of Ellicott City; two brothers, John M. Tamberrino of Westminster and Richard A. Tamberrino of Lutherville; a sister, Mary Ann Tamberrino of Parkville; and several nieces and nephews.

Services were held March 21.

Margaret Elizabeth Mills Morrow,79, a former military wife whose husband was stationed in Baltimore and who was active in Montgomery County politics, died Thursday of heart failure at the Washington Hospital Center.

Services will be at 11 a.m. today at Pumphrey's funeral home, 300 W. Montgomery Ave. in Rockville.

Ms. Morrow is survived by a son, James Robert Morrow of Rockville; and a grandson, James Ward Morrow of Highlandtown. The family suggested memorial donations to Ex -- POSE, Ex-Partners of Servicemen/women for Equality, at P.O. Box 11191, Alexandria, Va. 22312. The organization helped Ms. Morrow with medical expenses after her divorce.

Pub Date: 3/25/96

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