Graham Warren Dunlop, 83, AARP conferences directorGraham...

August 26, 1996

Graham Warren Dunlop, 83, AARP conferences director

Graham Warren Dunlop, a former director of conferences and conventions for the American Association of Retired Persons and a docent at the National Cathedral in Washington, died Tuesday from complications of liver disease at Meridian Healthcare Center in Spa Creek. He was 83 and lived in Annapolis.

Mr. Dunlop spent most of his working career in the hospitality and travel industries.

After serving as an infantry officer in World War II, he joined Eastern Airlines as a passenger agent in Boston, where he later became manager of conferences and travel for Prudential Insurance Co.

In 1974, he joined AARP and retired in 1986.

He was active with Project Homecoming, a program to acclimate Amerasians to American culture.

Plans for a memorial service at the National Cathedral were pending.

He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Natalie Marston Dunlop of Annapolis; a daughter, Pamela Ives Bannan of Arnold; a son, Eric Graham Dunlop of Nashville, Tenn.; and a granddaughter.

James R. McMahon, 20, pet store manager

James Russell McMahon, a manager of the PETsMART store in Towson, died in a car accident Wednesday outside Perry Hall, where he lived. He was 20.

The Perry Hall native graduated from Calvert Hall College in 1993.

At St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Fullerton, he served as a retreat leader; parish representative at local and national youth conferences, including the Archdiocese of Baltimore's High School Leadership Institute; a peer minister; led religious classes for teen-agers; and coached volleyball and softball teams.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Joseph, 8420 Belair Road.

He is survived by his parents, Barbara and Russell McMahon of Perry Hall; a brother, Mark McMahon of Perry Hall; and his grandparents, Mary E. and William H. Button of Lutherville and Thomas P. McMahon of Baltimore.

Margaret D.M. Mann, 84, elementary school teacher

Margaret Davis McCann Mann, who taught elementary school in the Cecil County and Delaware public school systems, died of heart failure Thursday at Good Samaritan Hospital in Baltimore. She was 84 and lived in Elkton.

Born in Philadelphia, she was raised in Elk Neck, Cecil County. She taught at Cecil Manor Elementary School in Elk Mills and at Crebs Elementary School in Newport, Del., for 25 years.

She was a volunteer with the Ladies Auxiliary of Union Hospital in Elkton and served as secretary of the Women's Club of Cecil County.

Her husband, George A. "Ricey" Mann, died in 1991.

Services will be held at 1 p.m. today at Hicks Home for Funerals, 103 W. Stockton St., Elkton.

She is survived by a daughter, Ruth M. Lashley of Baltimore; a granddaughter; and three great-granddaughters.

Pub Date: 8/26/96

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