Clifton Waddell Johnson, 61, Patuxent Institution...

June 16, 1996

Clifton Waddell Johnson, 61, Patuxent Institution major

Clifton Waddell Johnson, who retired last year as a major on the Patuxent Institution state prison staff, died of heart failure Monday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 61.

A native of Baltimore and a 1953 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School, Mr. Johnson served in the Marine Corps and attained the rank of sergeant. He began his career at Patuxent in 1961. He also was a tax preparer for H&R Block for many years.

At New Friendship Baptist Church in East Baltimore, Mr. Johnson was treasurer, spiritual adviser to the children's ministry and music department, and was ordained as a deacon in 1987. He was also active in the United Brotherhood of the Maryland Baptist Convention and in choral groups.

He is survived by his wife of 15 years, the former Ruth Lewis; his mother, Jessie Johnson; five sons, Steven Johnson, Eric Johnson, Michael Johnson, Clarence Hicks and Anthony Hicks; two brothers, Arthur Johnson and Alvin Johnson; four sisters, Joyce Agero, Peggy Johnson, Eileen Jones and Roberta Johnson; and 14 grandchildren. All are of Baltimore.

Services will be held at 4 p.m. today at New Friendship, 1515 E. Eager St.

Robert E. Manning, 50, Filterite Plant manager

Robert E. Manning, former manager of the Brunswick Corp.'s Filterite Plant in Timonium, died June 7 in his sleep while on vacation in Brockton, Mass. He was 50.

Mr. Manning, who earned a master's degree in management in 1982 from the University of Baltimore, oversaw the Filterite plant from 1977 to 1984.

He served as an Army combat medic during the Vietnam War.

The former Cockeysville resident lived in Juneau, Alaska, where a memorial service was held yesterday.

He is survived by his wife of three years, the former Marcia J. Broekhuizen; a son, Brian Manning of Exton, Pa.; two daughters, Suzanne Manningand Jennifer Manning, both of Exton; his mother, Janet Sherman of Brockton; a brother, Richard Manning of Huntington Beach, Calif.; a sister, Sheila Fitzsimmons of Wilmette, Ill.; and his stepfather, Edward Sherman of Brockton.

Pub date: 06/16/96

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