Gregory Charles Helweg, 53, Loyola psychology professorDr...

February 28, 1997

Gregory Charles Helweg, 53, Loyola psychology professor

Dr. Gregory Charles Helweg, a psychology professor at Loyola College in Baltimore for 28 years, died of cancer Feb. 21 at home in Bayside Beach, Anne Arundel County. He was 53.

Dr. Helweg began teaching at Loyola College in 1969 and served as psychology department head for the past 15 years. He also had a private practice at Psychology Consultants Associated for more than 25 years and was a consulting psychologist for area hospitals.

He founded the Pastoral Counseling Program at Loyola College and the Baltimore chapter of the American Institute of Wine and Food, and was a member of Food and Wine Society of Maryland.

A native of Minneapolis, Dr. Helweg came to Baltimore in 1965 to attend the University of Maryland, where he earned master's and doctoral degrees. He received a bachelor's degree from Macalester College in 1965.

Services were held Tuesday.

He is survived by his wife, the former Mary Galvin, whom he married in 1965; a son, Peter Charles Helweg of Baltimore; a daughter, Carrie Lorraine Helweg of Lake Tahoe, Nev.; and his mother, June Baker; and a sister, Ann Kalb, both of Minneapolis.

Mary Webster, 94, Western Electric employee

Mary McDorman Webster, a retired Western Electric Co. worker, died of heart failure Feb. 6 at the Bonnie Blink Masonic Home in Cockeysville. She was 94.

The former resident of Towson and Rosedale started working at Western Electric's Point Breeze plant during World War II and retired in 1965.

She was born Mary McDorman near Stemmers Run and was educated in city schools. She was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America, a 30-year volunteer at Montebello State Hospital and a member of St. Andrew's Lutheran Church in Hillendale, where services were held Feb. 8.

In 1932, she married Edgar Webster, who died in 1964. She is survived by two daughters, Muriel Gedra of Bel Air and Doris Page of Cockeysville; a sister, Jean Reed of Forest Hill; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a niece.

Elizabeth O. Carlin, 78, active in garden clubs

Elizabeth O'Dwyer Carlin, whose late husband owned Carlin's Park in Northwest Baltimore, died of cancer Friday at her North Charles Street home. She was 78.

A native of Syracuse, N.Y., where she grew up and graduated from college, she came to Baltimore in 1945 as a buyer for the old Stewart & Co. department store.

She was married in 1949 to Richard McC. Carlin, a lawyer who owned the entertainment complex near Park Circle. Carlin's Park, with rides, a swimming pool and an ice rink, closed in 1955. Mr. Carlin died in 1993.

In recent years, Mrs. Carlin divided her time between homes in Baltimore and Jupiter, Fla. She was active in garden clubs and was a founding member and past president of the Woodbrook Murray Hill Garden Club. She was also director of District III of the Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland, and vice president of the board of Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland.

She also belonged to the Baltimore Country Club and the Roland Park Woman's Club.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered Wednesday. Survivors include a daughter, Elizabeth C. Hopkins of Tampa, Fla.; a brother, John R. O'Dwyer of Arlington, Texas; and a grandson.

Pub Date: 2/28/97

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