William T. Reynolds, 31, construction...

August 08, 1997

William T. Reynolds, 31, construction superintendent

William Timothy Reynolds, a general superintendent for a construction company, died of brain cancer July 25 at Stella Maris Hospice. The Timonium resident was 31.

Known as Tim, Mr. Reynolds began his career while in college, working summers as a laborer at Casper Colosimo & Son Inc., a Pittsburgh-based company that specializes in underground utility construction. He was promoted to project coordinator and moved to Baltimore in 1989.

In 1994, he was appointed general superintendent in charge of Colosimo's Baltimore operations and managed projects for such clients as Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and Bell Atlantic.

The Pittsburgh native was a 1983 graduate of Canon McMillan Senior High School in Canonsburg, Pa., and studied mechanical engineering at West Virginia University in Morgantown.

Services were held July 29.

He is survived by his wife of five years, the former Marita Mellon; a son, Benjamin Patrick Reynolds; his father, Bill Reynolds, and stepmother, Pat Reynolds, of McMurray, Pa.; his mother, Betty Caddies of McDonald, Pa.; a sister, Joy Ann Richter of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; four uncles; three aunts; and a niece.

Carl A. Urie, 41, manager of Pasadena grocery store

Carl A. Urie, a grocery store manager, died of cancer Wednesday at Mercy Medical Center. He was 41 and lived in Gardenville.

Mr. Urie had been grocery manager at Lauer's Super Thrift in Pasadena since 1994. He began his career in 1973 with Pantry Pride and later worked for Super Fresh, both grocery chains.

Mr. Urie, who was known as Tony, was born in Baltimore and raised in Middle River, where he attended public schools.

He enjoyed fishing and golfing in Myrtle Beach, S.C., and bowled in a league at Seidel's Bowling Center in Gardenville.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, 4420 Frankford Ave., where he was a communicant.

Survivors include his wife of seven years, the former Doreen Althoff; a son, Anthony J. Urie of Gardenville; two daughters, Dorothy L. Urie of Rosedale and Elana M. Urie of Gardenville; his parents, Robert L. Urie Sr. and Mary Urie of Middle River; a brother, Robert L. Urie Jr. of Chase; and several nieces and nephews.

Anna Elizabeth Young, 103, homemaker, seamstress

Anna Elizabeth Young, a homemaker and former seamstress who made flags and pennants, died in her sleep Sunday at Randallstown Center. She was 103 and had lived in Cockeysville from 1980 until she moved to the nursing home about seven years ago.

During the 1920s and 1930s, Mrs. Young worked at Flags Banners & Pennants on Park Avenue in Baltimore, where she made flags and pennants for schools and colleges. She also was an expert in wrapping champagne bottles that were used to christen vessels built in local shipyards.

In the 1930s, she stopped working to become a homemaker, raising her family in Parkville and later Lutherville.

She was born Anna E. Horstmann in East Baltimore and attended elementary school. She then left school and went to work to help support her family.

In the 1920s, she married Joseph T. Young, an electrician who died in 1981.

Services were held Wednesday.

She is survived by a son, Gordon J. Young of Cockeysville; a daughter, Norma E. Brian of Catonsville; a sister, Clara Gorrell of Forest Hill; a grandson; and a great-grandson.

` Pub Date: 08/08/97

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