Leurenna 'Lee' Wooster, 66, emergency room nurseLeurenna...

April 23, 1996

Leurenna 'Lee' Wooster, 66, emergency room nurse

Leurenna "Lee" Betty Wooster, whose ill health forced her retirement in 1986 after 26 years' work in the Union Memorial Hospital emergency room, died Wednesday of a heart attack at her home in Pocomoke City. She was 66.

Born in Pocomoke City, she graduated as a registered nurse from the Franklin Square Hospital nursing school in 1952. Her tenure at Union Memorial included 12 years as head nurse.

Services were held Saturday.

Survivors include her mother, Mary West Wooster, and brother, Jack Wooster, both of Pocomoke City; and two aunts.

Blaine C. Stahl, 48, correctional officer

Blaine C. Stahl, 48, a correctional officer in the Baltimore County Bureau of Corrections for 17 years, died April 5 of heart failure at his Carney residence.

The Baltimore native was a 1967 graduate of City College. He was an auxiliary firefighter with B Shift at Engine Company 31, Greenmount Avenue at 33rd Street.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered April 10.

Survivors include his wife of 16 years, the former Deborah Bocklage; two daughters, Jennifer T. Stahl and Laurie M. Stahl, both of Carney; a brother, Neil Stahl of Bel Air; and a sister, Patricia Blake of Cockeysville.

Richard R. Crane, 77, state drug inspector

Richard R. Crane, who retired in 1984 as a drug inspector for the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, died April 5 of pulmonary disease at his Northeast Baltimore home. He was 77.

The lifelong Gardenville resident graduated from City College and the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy in 1950. He served with the Army Air Corps in World War II.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered April 8.

Survivors include his wife of 52 years, the former Ann Kweder; and two brothers, Albert and Irv Cohen, both of Baltimore.

Annabelle Douglass, 101, former Baltimorean

Annabelle S. Shew Douglass, a former Baltimorean, died April 1 of heart failure at Willamette Manor in Portland, Ore.

She was 101.

In 1921, Annabelle Schillinberg married Harry E. Shew Jr., who died in 1954.

In 1962, she married the Rev. Clifford Douglass, and the couple moved to Portland. He died in 1980.

Plans for graveside services at Druid Ridge Cemetery in Pikesville were incomplete.

Survivors include three daughters, Virginia W. Baker of Baltimore, Jacqueline B. Dunaway of Athens, Ga., and Patricia A. Shew of Portland.

Cheryl A. Bibo, 40, homemaker, secretary

Cheryl A. Bibo, a homemaker and former secretary, died Friday of lupus at St. Agnes Hospital. She was 40 and lived in Arbutus.

Mrs. Bibo worked several years as a secretary before marrying David Bibo in 1976.

She was born Cheryl Jones in Hamilton.

She and her family later moved to Woodbine, and she graduated from South Carroll High School in 1974.

Services were held yesterday.

In addition to her husband, survivors include her parents, James Warren and Mildred D. Jones of Woodbine; a brother, James Wallace Jones of Catonsville; and a sister, Donna Theresa Cleveland of Hillburn, N.Y.

Pub Date: 4/23/96

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