William Burton Guy Jr., 75, businessman, RealtorWilliam...

September 03, 1996

William Burton Guy Jr., 75, businessman, Realtor

William Burton Guy Jr., a Baltimore businessman and Realtor, died of cancer Friday at his home in Guilford. He was 75.

Born in Knoxville, Tenn., Mr. Guy graduated from the University of Virginia in 1941. He served as a lieutenant in the Army from 1942 to 1946. When he returned from the war, he joined his father's real estate firm, W. Burton Guy & Co., and later became president and owner. He was president of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors and chairman of the Greater Baltimore Committee.

A memorial service will be held at noon Saturday at Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles St.

Mr. Guy is survived by his wife, the former Polly Forman; two daughters, Mary Lou Leggett of Orlando, Fla., and Joan English Guy of New York; a son, William B. Guy III of Hawaii; and four grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the America Cancer Society, 8219 Town Center Drive, Baltimore 21236. William Emerson Montanary Sr., a retired director for the Department of Army at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Edgewood, died of pancreatic cancer Friday at Fallston General Hospital. He was 77.

Born in New Castle, Pa., Mr. Montanary served in the Army from 1942 to 1946.

After his 1946 discharge, Mr. Montanary stayed at the proving ground, where he met and married his wife of 50 years, the former Ida Dougherty. He earned a bachelor's degree in business and accounting at the University of Baltimore in 1950 and worked his way up to becoming director of programs and resource management for the Chemical and Research Center for the Army. He retired in 1984.

The Bel Air resident was a member and past president of the Bel Air Lions Club and Gunpowder Toastmasters, an usher at St. Margaret Roman Catholic Church in Bel Air and is credited with starting the first little league football team in Harford County.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered tomorrow at 11: 30 a.m. at St. Margaret Church, 141 Hickory Ave. in Bel Air.

Mr. Montanary is also survived by two sons, William Emerson Montanary Jr. and John Michael Dougherty Montanary, both of Bel Air; one daughter, Kathleen Jo Weber of Lexington Park; a brother, Otto Montanary of New Castle, Pa.; five sisters, Edith Fellows of Los Angeles, Calif., Emma Sundelius of Hemet, Calif., Dorothy Suzow of Newberry Park, Calif., Bertha Laurito of Cedar City, Utah, and Julia Montanary of Los Angeles, Calif.; and a granddaughter and grandson.

Carroll Dean Cox, 62, Baltimore Sun electrician

Carroll Dean Cox, an electrician at the Baltimore Sun for nearly 25 years, died of cancer Saturday at his home in Arnold. He was 62.

A lifelong resident of Anne Arundel County, Mr. Cox attended Glen Burnie High School. He spent 4 1/2 years in the Navy during the Korean War as a boatswain mate. He worked at Kennicott Copper Co. for 10 years before joining the Baltimore Sun in 1971.

Mr. Cox was an avid fisherman and hunter and enjoyed camping.

Services will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Barranco & Sons Funeral Home, 495 Ritchie Highway in Severna Park.

He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Helen Josephson Cox; a daughter, Bonnie V. Klapaska of Arnold; two brothers, David Cox of Sun Valley and Kenneth Hart of Ferndale; two sisters, Patsy Himelrick and Sharon Hart, both of Charlottesville, Va.; and two grandsons.

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Pub Date: 9/03/96

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