Charles J. Seipp Sr., 69, accountantCharles J. Seipp Sr...

July 25, 1996

Charles J. Seipp Sr., 69, accountant

Charles J. Seipp Sr., a retired accountant and community activist, died Tuesday of heart failure at his Abingdon residence. He was 69.

The former Northeast Baltimore resident retired in 1990 from the American Bank Stationery Co., where he worked as an accountant for 38 years. Earlier, he worked for Standard Oil Co. in Baltimore.

Born in Upper Marlboro, he graduated from Loyola High School in 1944, then served in the Army Tank Corps during World War II. He was discharged with the rank of sergeant in 1946.

In 1948, he married Jane Villar.

Mr. Seipp, who attended Loyola College at night, earned a bachelor's degree in the early 1960s.

He was a founder of the Brendan Avenue Improvement Association and the Harford Road-Belair Road Community Organization, also known as HARBEL.

For many years, he was a communicant at the Shrine of the Little Flower Roman Catholic Church, where he was a member of the parish council and the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Since 1978, he had been a member of St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church in Baltimore.

"Raising his family and his church were his life's priorities," said a son, Michael V. Seipp of Baltimore.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Vincent de Paul Church, Front Street and Fallsway.

In addition to his wife, other survivors include another son, Charles J. Seipp Jr. of Miami; two daughters, Stephanie A. Seipp of Baltimore and Michele A. Seipp of Boulder, Colo.; a sister, Geraldine Hope of Wilmington, Del.; and five grandchildren.

Anjewlet Shuntell Jones, 23, member of Shiloh church

Anjewlet Shuntell Jones, a lifelong resident of Baltimore and member of Shiloh Christian Community Church, died July 18 of acquired immune deficiency syndrome at Liberty Medical Center. She was 23.

In 1990, she graduated from Western High School, where she played flute and saxophone in the school band, and enrolled at Newberry College in South Carolina. In 1993, she transferred to Fayetteville (N.C.) State University, where she was a psychology major. She was on the dean's list in 1994, her last semester in college.

At West Baltimore's Shiloh Christian Community Church, which she joined in 1987, she was a member of the Intermediate and Young Adult usher boards and the Sanctuary Choir.

Services were held Monday.

She is survived by her mother, Mary Williams; her father, William "Ricky" Jones; and her maternal grandparents, Queen and Willie Williams. All are of Baltimore.

Avery B. Johnston, 90, novelties salesman

Avery B. Johnston, a retired advertising novelties salesman, died July 2 of cancer at Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. He was 90.

He retired in 1976 after 50 years with Brown & Bigelow of Baltimore.

Born in Morganton, N.C., he earned a bachelor's degree in 1927 from Duke University.

In 1934 he married Jennie Ennis, and the couple moved to Stoneleigh. Mrs. Johnston died in 1994.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Presbyterian Home, 400 Georgia Court, Towson.

He is survived by a daughter, Patricia J. Brill of San Francisco; a brother, Bruce Johnston of Lenoir, N.C.; and two sisters, Iris Laney and Katherine Clarkson, both of Lenoir; two granddaughters; and two great-granddaughters.

Nancy D. Randall, 63, clinical psychologist

Nancy D. Randall, a clinical psychologist, died Sunday of cancer at her home in Orlando, Fla. She was 63.

She was born Nancy Doan and, in 1984, married B. Carter Randall, a former Baltimore resident and retired Equitable Trust Co. executive. He was also a panelist on Maryland Public Television's "Wall Street Week."

Services will be held tomorrow in Orlando.

In addition to her husband, survivors include three sons, Michael P. Pace of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Gregory S. Pace and David G. Pace, both of Orlando; a daughter, Beverly P. Robinson of Orlando; two stepdaughters, Catherine W. Randall of Baltimore and Carroll R. Harris of Norwalk, Conn; and 11 grandchildren.

Herman G. Cottman, 65, Bethlehem Steel employee

Herman G. Cottman, a longtime employee at Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s Sparrows Point plant, died of cancer Sunday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 65 and lived in West Baltimore.

The native of Weems, Va., moved to Baltimore with his family as a teen-ager. He began a 42-year career at Sparrows Point in 1951.

Services will be held at noon today at March Funeral Home, 1101 E. North Ave.

He is survived by three sons, Wayne, Rodney and Jonathan Cottman; and a daughter, Stacye Cottman; four sisters and five brothers. All are of Baltimore.

Pub Date: 7/25/96

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