Mary Bussey Logan, 83, homemaker, teacherMary Bussey...

February 09, 1997

Mary Bussey Logan, 83, homemaker, teacher

Mary Bussey Logan, a homemaker and former teacher, died of cancer Thursday at her Guilford home. She was 83.

Born and raised in the Texas section of Baltimore County, she was a graduate of the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and taught for several years in county public schools.

She was married in 1937 to John E. Logan, co-founder and president of the McClung-Logan Equipment Co., who died in 1995.

While raising their four children, Mrs. Logan volunteered as a teacher at the St. Elizabeth School for Special Education in Baltimore.

An avid bridge player and golfer, Mrs. Logan was a longtime member of the Baltimore Country Club and the Woman's Club of Roland Park.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5300 N. Charles St.

Mrs. Logan in survived by two sons, John E. Logan Jr. of Baltimore and Thomas B. Logan of Ashton, Montgomery County; two daughters, Mary C. Malouf of Hillsborough, Calif., and Jane L. Bennett of Ruxton; a brother, Robert H. Bussey of Naples, Fla.; and 12 grandchildren.

Donations may be made to the Mary Bussey Logan Fund of the College of Notre Dame, 4701 N. Charles St., Baltimore 21210.

Glenn Thomas Martin, 65, longtime truck driver

Glenn Thomas Martin, a truck driver most of his life, died of a heart attack Friday while visiting relatives in his native West Virginia. He was 65.

Mr. Martin, a resident of the Baltimore area for nearly four decades, had driven trucks since he was 16. He drove tractor-trailers for several businesses and the U.S. Postal Service, and retired last year.

Mr. Martin was an active member of Moose Lodge No. 1456 in Glen Burnie.

Services are planned for 11 a.m. tomorrow at Lobb funeral home in Kingwood, W. Va.

Survivors include his wife of 45 years, the former Elsie Mills; two daughters, Lisa Martin of Homestead, Fla., and Patricia Katzenberger of Baltimore; two sons, James Martin and Roger Martin, both of Baltimore; his parents, Virgie and Russell Martin of Kingwood; and five grandchildren.

Charles Gerard Zeiler, 50, owned undertaking business

Charles Gerard Zeiler, owner of a Highlandtown funeral home founded by his father, died of a heart attack Monday in his apartment above his Eastern Avenue business. He was 50.

A Baltimore native, Mr. Zeiler attended Our Lady of Fatima parochial school and was a 1964 graduate of Calvert Hall College high school. He became a licensed embalmer and funeral director four years later and went to work at Charles S. Zeiler & Son Inc., founded by his father in 1942.

After the death of his father in 1981, Mr. Zeiler became president of the business, which operates funeral homes on Eastern Avenue and South Conkling Street.

Mr. Zeiler was known for his generosity in the community. Each year, he sponsored softball, basketball and soccer teams from area churches, and donated to several church building funds, youth groups and scholarships in addition to helping needy families with funerals.

A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Zeiler was offered on Friday at Sacred Heart of Jesus Roman Catholic Church. He is survived by three uncles, four aunts and many cousins, all of Baltimore.

Susan Ross Beeler, 56, high school coach, teacher

Susan Ross Beeler, who taught and coached lacrosse, field hockey, soccer and softball at Towson High School for more than 30 years, died Jan. 31 of cancer at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. She was 56.

Often referred to as "Beels" and known for her wit and fairness, Ms. Beeler taught and coached at Towson High School from 1962 until she retired in 1995.

A native of Roanoke, Va., she moved to Baltimore with her family in 1946. She graduated from Towson High in 1958 and from Western Maryland College in 1962.

Each summer for 29 years, she was director of Camp Netimus for VTC girls in Milford, Pa. In 1985, an award for the most outstanding camper was established in her name.

Ms. Beeler, who lived in Lutherville, is survived by her parents, Henry and Ann Corckran Beeler of Cockeysville; a sister, Caroline Ehrhardt of Baldwin; and two nieces, Ann-Dyson Carroll and Jennifer Iglehart, both of Lutherville.

A memorial service was held yesterday.

C. Calvert Sauter, 44, Waiter at Linwood's

A memorial service for C. Calvert Sauter, a waiter at Linwood's Cafe-Grille in Owings Mills who was killed in a Jan. 24 traffic accident, was held yesterday at St. Stephen Lutheran Church.

Mr. Sauter, 44, of Pikesville, who was known as Cal, worked winters at the restaurant and summers since 1986 at Chez-Le-Mer in Rehoboth Beach, Del.

His interest in preparing gourmet food began as a child, but he never wanted to become a professional chef because of the long hours, said his mother, Viven T. Sauter of Morrell Park. "He loved people and enjoyed being a waiter," she said.

He was born in Baltimore and raised in Lansdowne, where he graduated from high school in 1970. He attended Catonsville Community College.

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