Mr. Dansicker, 21, of Reisterstown was majoring in anthropology and sociology.
Born in Baltimore and raised in Reisterstown, he was a 1993 graduate of St. Paul's School in Brooklandville, where he was remembered yesterday by the Rev. Donald P. Roberts, Episcopal chaplain at the school, for his "intense exuberance and zest for life."
He played football and basketball and was a member of the Upper School Vestry at St. Paul's, where a memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the school chapel.
Mr. Dansicker, who played guitar and performed in several rock 'n' roll and jazz bands, was undecided about what he wanted to do after he graduated from college.
"He had an interest in history and last year worked at the Piney Point Lighthouse as a guide," said his mother, Mary Dansicker of Reisterstown. "He hoped that it would lead to a job with the Smithsonian."
Recently, during school vacations, he worked with his father, Arnold Dansicker, in the family business, Cox Auto Parts in Dundalk.
He enjoyed sailing and swimming and was a "real river rat," according to his mother. He was active in Sons of the American Legion Post 116 in Reisterstown.
He also is survived by a brother, Jonathan "Skeets" Dansicker of Reisterstown; his paternal grandparents, Stanley and Shirley Dansicker of Owings Mills; his maternal grandmother, Mary C. Simmers of Reisterstown; and aunts, uncles and cousins.
Memorial donations may be sent to St. Paul School Development Office, P.O. Box 8100, Brooklandville 21022-8100.
Viola F. Greene, 71, Social Security employee
Viola F. Greene, a Social Security Administration employee for 30 years, died of cancer Jan. 8 at Joseph Richey Hospice. She was 71 and lived on Woodbourne Avenue in Baltimore.
A native of Burkesville, Va., the former Viola Stokes came to Baltimore as a teen-ager, graduated from Frederick Douglass High School in 1943 and attended the former Morgan State College.
She married William P. Francis Sr. in 1943; they were divorced in 1967. In 1980, she married Ernest L. Greene, who died in 1982.
During the 1940s and 1950s, she devoted her time to raising a family. She worked at several downtown department stores in the early 1960s and was hired in 1966 by SSA. She retired last year.
Mrs. Greene enjoyed yoga, meditation and creative writing, and was a longtime member of Unity Church of Christ in East Baltimore.
Services are scheduled for 11 a.m. today at William C. Brown Community Funeral Home, 1206 W. North Ave.
She is survived by a son, Anthony D. Francis of Lawrenceville, Ga.; two daughters, Annette Phillips of Baltimore and Viola Theresa Coleman of Orange, N.J.; a brother, John T. Stokes of Woodstock, N.Y.; a sister, Gladys Cook of Detroit; 13 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Arthur K. McFadden, 87, insurance company executive
Arthur K. McFadden, a Maryland native and longtime insurance company executive, died Dec. 31 of complications from a stroke while living in Newtown Square, Pa. He was 87.
Raised in Harford County, Mr. McFadden graduated from Havre de Grace High in 1927 and the University of Baltimore law school in 1931. Soon after graduation, he began work as a lawyer and claims manager for Aetna Insurance Co. and was at offices in Maryland and Pennsylvania until he retired in 1974.
Mr. McFadden married Mildred Johnson in 1939. They had lived in Newtown Square since 1957.
Services were held Jan. 4 in Pennsylvania.
In addition to his wife, survivors include four daughters, JoAnn K. McFadden of Baltimore, Carol Kunik of Wayne, Pa., Nancy King of Fort Washington, Pa., and Catherine Froehlich of Erie, Pa.; a sister, Jean Meyd of Baltimore; eight grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.
Casandra G. Edmonds, 45, city schools employee
Casandra Guinell Edmonds, a lifelong Baltimore resident who worked for the city school system, died of cancer Saturday at her home. She was 45.
The former Casandra Rock graduated from Frederick Douglass High in 1969 and began to work for the city schools that year. She was an administrative assistant at the time of her death.
Known as "Sandy" to friends and relatives, she enjoyed coordinating large family gatherings for which she baked cakes.
A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Peter Claver Roman Catholic Church, 1546 N. Fremont Ave.
Survivors include her husband of 10 years, Russell Edmonds Jr.; two sons, Brian Dante Edmonds and Kevin Edmonds; a daughter, Deneen Edmonds; her mother, Doloris Taylor; two brothers, Arnold Taylor and Francois Taylor; a sister, Renee Hicks; and six grandchildren. All are of Baltimore.
Deloris P. Sullivan, 70, Annapolis-area resident
Deloris P. Sullivan, a longtime Annapolis-area resident, died of heart failure Thursday at Anne Arundel Medical Center. She was 70.
The former Deloris Alison was born in Pittsburgh and raised in Baltimore. She was married in 1942 to William A. Sullivan, and for 34 years they lived in St. Margarets, where she raised their four children and enjoyed decorating, shopping and traveling.
Services were held Monday.
In addition to her husband, Mrs. Sullivan is survived by a son, William L. Sullivan of Lutherville; three daughters, Sharon Grapes of Severna Park, Deborah Patten of Los Angeles and Kimberly A. Meiklejohn of Annapolis; a sister, Elizabeth Huot of Syracuse, N.Y.; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Pub Date: 1/15/97