Betty S. Hornstein, 64, volunteer in several groupsBetty...

August 08, 1996

Betty S. Hornstein, 64, volunteer in several groups

Betty S. Hornstein, a longtime volunteer, died of cancer yesterday at her home in Stevenson. She was 64.

Born Betty Spiegelberg in New York, she moved to Maryland in 1949 to attend Goucher College and graduated in 1953. While at Goucher, she married Jacob Hornstein in 1951.

After graduation, she became a volunteer, including stints with the National Council of Jewish Women, the Central Scholarship Bureau and the Maryland Department of Human Resources advisory council, to which she was appointed by then Gov. Harry Hughes.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. today at Sol Levinson & Bros. Inc., 8900 Reisterstown Road.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by two sons, Kenneth D. Hornstein of Owings Mills and Richard A. Hornstein of Los Angeles; a daughter, Ellen R. Cioffi of Wheaton; a sister, Janet Hyman of Brookfield, Conn.; and three grandchildren.

Naomi K. Bryan, 94, former bakery supervisor

Naomi Keilholtz Bryan, a Baltimore native, died of heart failure Sunday in Titusville, Fla. She was 94.

She was a supervisor at Rice's Bakery in East Baltimore from 1936 to 1946. In 1949, she and her husband moved to Titusville where they built the Ambassador Motel, which they sold in 1953.

Services will be held today in Buchanan, Ga.

Her husband, Nelson Ward Bryan, whom she married in 1919, died in 1958. She is survived by a son, Kenneth Bryan of Baltimore; a daughter, Naomi Roloff of Bremen, Ga.; a sister, Estelle Harmis of Baltimore; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.

Pub Date: 8/08/96

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