Charles Everett Dean, 62, mailer for The Baltimore...

October 18, 1997

Charles Everett Dean, 62, mailer for The Baltimore Sun

Charles Everett Dean, a 44-year employee of The Baltimore Sun who owned several rental properties and owned and operated a drainage business, died of heart failure Oct. 8 at Harbor View Medical Center. He was 62.

Mr. Dean, who was an active member of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 888, began working for the newspaper company as a mailer at age 16 in 1951. He worked for the company until 1995.

In 1974 he started a part-time business called Red Foxes Sewer and Drain Service.

He also owned and rented nine houses and apartments in Brooklyn and Glen Burnie.

A native of Virginia, Mr. Dean was buried Oct. 11 in a family cemetery in Virginia along Skyline Drive.

He is survived by his 12-year companion, Elizabeth D. Robbins; a son, James Dean of Baltimore; four daughters, Barbara Soverns of Davis, Fla., Mary Lawrence of Idaho, Sandra Rice of Baltimore and Kathy Williams of Northern Virginia; two stepsons, Bill Trask and Scott Trask, both of Virginia; a brother, Mike Dean of Virginia; a sister, Margie Breeden of Virginia; and 10 grandchildren.

Pub Date: 10/18/97

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