Julia C. Trueheart, 53, teacher in parochial schoolsJulia...

September 26, 1996

Julia C. Trueheart, 53, teacher in parochial schools

Julia C. Trueheart, who taught in parochial schools for 29 years, died Sunday of a heart attack at her Rosedale home. She was 53.

Mrs. Trueheart had taught fifth-graders and instructed in art at St. Clement School in Rosedale since 1983. Earlier, she taught in parochial schools in Philadelphia and Wildwood, N.J.

She was born Julia Becker in Lochearn and, in 1961, graduated from Seton High School. She received a bachelor's degree from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland in 1965. She entered the order of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Philadelphia in 1961 and was known as Sister Charles Julie until she left the order in 1968.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 9: 15 a.m. today at St. Clement Mary Hofbauer Roman Catholic Church, 1220 Chesaco Ave., Rosedale.

She is survived by her husband of 26 years, Richard E. Trueheart; two brothers, Dr. William E. Becker of Cumberland and Robert C. Becker of Ellicott City; two sisters, Donna M. Becker of Parkville and June C. Morgan of Haddonfield, N.J.; and her mother, Julia C. Becker of Towson.

Andrew Rogers Sr., 31, correctional officer

Andrew Rogers Sr., a correctional officer at the Maryland Penitentiary, died Saturday of a gunshot wound at his Northeast Baltimore home. He was 31.

He graduated from Lake Clifton High School in 1983, served in the Marines from 1983 to 1987 and went to work at the prison in 1988. He married Felicia Bartee in 1989.

Services will be held at 7 p.m. today at Mount Carmel Baptist Church, 212 E. 25th St.

Other survivors include a son, Andrew Rogers Jr.; his mother, Lucille Rogers; a brother, Samuel Rogers; and a sister, Lauri Hawthorne. All are of Baltimore.

Pub Date: 9/26/96

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