Anne J. Stolting, 90, Commercial Credit cashier

July 03, 1996

Anne J. Stolting, a German emigrant who settled in Baltimore in the early 1920s and lived in the city for the next 45 years, died of heart failure June 18 at her home in Rehoboth Beach, Del. She was 90.

Born in Hanover, Germany, she came to Baltimore with her parents in 1923. Her family lived in the Walbrook community in West Baltimore.

For many years, she was a cashier for Commercial Credit Co. She retired in 1967 and moved to Delaware. The former Anne Schulz married August Stolting in 1928. He died in 1987. She was a longtime member of Zion Lutheran Church in City Hall Plaza. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. July 13 at Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Rehoboth Beach.

She is survived by three nephews, Theodore Tietge of Annapolis, Randolph Frese of Syracuse, N.Y., and William Tietge of Baltimore; and three nieces, Evelyn Klein of Stony Point, N.Y., Lorraine Lewick of Baldwin, N.Y., and Katherine Anne Kesterson of Raleigh, N.C.

Pub Date: 7/03/96

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