Suzelle Tunnicliff, 75, Roland Park teacherSuzelle...

November 07, 1996

Suzelle Tunnicliff, 75, Roland Park teacher

Suzelle Tunnicliff, a native of Wilmington, N.C., died Sunday of complications from a stroke at Keswick Home. She was 75.

The former Suzelle Howes graduated from Maryland Institute, College of Art in the 1940s. She moved to Cecil County in the 1950s and in 1978 to Baltimore, where she taught at Roland Park Country School and held other jobs.

She married John F. Tunnicliff in 1961; he died in 1980.

Services were held yesterday.

She is survived by a daughter, Robin S. H. Tunnicliff of Baltimore; a brother, Davis H. Howes III of Cambridge, Mass.; and a sister, Mae Hancock of Cambridge, England.

James F. Burroughs, 68, lithographic printer

James F. Burroughs, a retired lithographic printer whose specialty was topographic maps, died Monday of complications after heart surgery at Union Memorial Hospital. He was 68 and a Harundale resident.

He worked for 22 years at the Department of Defense printing plant at Fort Belvoir, Va., where highly detailed, colored maps are produced. He retired in 1991.

Services for the Washington native were held yesterday.

He is survived by his wife of 47 years, the former Arlene Hoffman; a son, Joseph A. Burroughs of Glen Burnie; three daughters, Marie A. Hermann of Pasadena, Dolores Upton of Glen Burnie and Patricia Edwards of Burton, S.C.; and four grandchildren.

Pub Date: 11/07/96

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