Sally W. Feldman, 60, Baltimore Co. schoolteacherSally W...

March 26, 1996

Sally W. Feldman, 60, Baltimore Co. schoolteacher

Sally W. Feldman, a retired Baltimore County schoolteacher, died Sunday of a brain tumor at Sinai Hospital. She was 60 and lived in Lochearn.

She spent 21 years of her 22-year career teaching fourth- and fifth-graders at Winand Elementary School. During the 1992-1993 academic year, she taught in an Edinburgh, Scotland, primary school after being awarded a Fulbright Teacher Exchange Award.

The former Sally Wagner was born and raised in Forest Park and graduated from Forest Park High School in 1952. She earned a bachelor's degree from Goucher College in 1956 and a master's in education there in the 1970s.

She was a member of Beth Tfiloh Congregation, the American Field Service, often being a host for students at her home, and the Baltimore Symphony Associates. She also was active in alumni affairs at Goucher College.

Graveside services were to be held at 3 p.m. today at Beth Tfiloh Cemetery, 5800 Windsor Mill Road, Baltimore.

She is survived by her husband of 35 years, Maurice Feldman; a son, Richard Feldman of Atlanta; a daughter, Jan Feldman of Baltimore; two brothers, Daniel E. and Herbert C. Wagner, both of Pikesville; and a sister, Myrna Hurwitz of Baltimore.

Lloyd S. Yost Sr., 91, Sun building superintendent

Lloyd S. Yost Sr., who was known as "Mr. Fix-it" at The Baltimore Sun, where he was building superintendent for 30 years, died Saturday in 1919 in the mail composing room and in 1942 was made superintendent of the building department.

At Christmas 1950, he supervised the move of the company from Sun Square to its headquarters on Calvert Street without interruption to its publishing schedule. He retired in 1972.

The native of York, Pa., was educated in Baltimore schools.

He was active in the affairs of St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, 7902 Liberty Road in Lochearn, where he was bookkeeper and maintained the parish records. Services will be held at 1: 30 p.m. today at the church.

He is survived by his wife of 68 years, the former Evelyn Buckheimer; a son, Lloyd S. Yost Jr. of Ellicott City; a daughter, Gwendolyn Howard of Ellicott City; two grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.

Bijan Sadeghzadeh, 28, fled persecution in Iran

Funeral services for Bijan Sadeghzadeh, who fled persecution of members of the Baha'i faith in his native Iran in 1989, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home in New Castle, Del. He was 28 and had lived in Cockeysville since 1992.

He died Saturday of injuries he suffered when his car left Interstate 695 and smashed into a tree next to the ramp to westbound U.S. 40 in Catonsville.

Born in Tehran, he and his sister, Jaleh, fled Iran and lived for eight months in a refugee camp in Pakistan. In late 1989, the Baha'i community of New Castle County North, Del., sponsored their journey to the United States and they came to Philadelphia.

He moved to Wilmington, Del., where he received his General Educational Development diploma at Groves Adult High School.

He was a manager of a Savco Auto Parts store at his death. He was a member of the Baha'i Community of Baltimore.

In addition to his sister, Jaleh, he is survived by his parents, Sarvenaz and Manuchehr Sadeghzadeh of Tehran; and two other sisters, Mojgan Sadeghzadeh of Aksaray, Turkey, and Ridvanien Sadeghzadeh of Tehran.

William L. Carson, 78, manager at Bethlehem Steel

William L. Carson, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. manager, died Friday at Good Samaritan Hospital of a massive heart attack. The Baltimore resident was 78.

Mr. Carson joined the steelmaker in 1947 after returning home from Army service in Europe. He retired 35 years later as manager of the pipe mill at Sparrows Point. As an infantryman during World War II, he served in Gen. George S. Patton's 3rd Army. His decorations included the Silver Star, the Bronze Star and a Purple Heart with clusters. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans.

The Baltimore native attended Polytechnic Institute.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Jerusalem Evangelical Church, 4605 Belair Road, Baltimore.

Survivors include his wife, the former Bessie Sommers, whom he married in 1940; two daughters, Janet M. Crispens of Hampstead and Joan C. McCloud of Pasadena; a brother, Kenneth Carson of San Antonio; a sister, Dorothy Turnbull of Albuquerque, N.M.; and five granddaughters.

Arthur Vreeland Jr.,83, a former Ruxton resident and retired vice president of the Maryland Casualty Co., died Feb. 27 of cancer at his home in Greensboro, N.C., where he had lived since 1989.

The native of Brooklyn, N.Y., was a 1932 graduate of the Lawrenceville School and attended Yale University. He was a Merchant Marine officer during World War II and was a member of the Baltimore and Hunt Valley country clubs.

Plans for a memorial service are incomplete.

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