Mary Agnes Dettmar, 97, homemakerMary Agnes Dettmar, a...

November 03, 1997

Mary Agnes Dettmar, 97, homemaker

Mary Agnes Dettmar, a homemaker, died Thursday at Copper Ridge Nursing Home in Sykesville after a long illness. She was 97.

The former Mary Simon was raised in Pigtown in South Baltimore and received a teaching certificate from the Johns Hopkins University in the early 1920s.

She was a substitute physical education teacher in Baltimore public schools before she married Frederick C. Dettmar in 1927 and became a homemaker in West Baltimore. Mr. Dettmar died in 1958.

Mrs. Dettmar enjoyed folk and square dancing and bridge.

Services will be at 10: 30 a.m. today at Harry H. Witzke Family Funeral Home, 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City.

Mrs. Dettmar is survived by three daughters, Mary Lou Peters of Louisville, Ky., Betty Ann Wheatley of Sykesville and Carol Lee Diamond of Forest Hill; five grandsons; a granddaughter; and six great-grandchildren.

Georgia M. Gunterman, 83, homemaker, saleswoman

Georgia M. Gunterman, a homemaker, died of cancer Oct. 31 at home in Northeast Baltimore. She was 83.

The former Georgia Miller was born and raised in Louisville, Ky., and came to Baltimore in the early 1930s.

In 1934, she married Norwood Gunterman. The couple lived in Highlandtown for 15 years before moving to Northwood.

During her marriage, Mrs. Gunterman was primarily a homemaker, though she worked awhile as a hostess at Haussner's restaurant. After her husband's death in 1975, she was a saleswoman at a department store.

A memorial service is planned for 7 p.m. today at Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home Inc., 5305 Harford Road.

She is survived by a daughter, Gloria J. Dunlap of Gore, Va.; a grandson; and three granddaughters.

Dolores P. Heying, 78, beauty salon owner

Dolores P. Heying, who owned a Brooklyn Park beauty salon, died of kidney failure Oct. 31 at Harbor Hospital Center. She was 78 and lived in Morrell Park in Baltimore.

Beginning in the late 1950s, the native of Rock Hall in Kent County was a hairdresser in New Jersey and in Brooklyn Park. She operated the Silver Fox Beauty Salon from 1977 until she retired in 1987.

Mrs. Heying was divorced.

Services will be at 2 p.m. todayat Hubbard Funeral Home, 4107 Wilkens Ave.

She is survived by a son, Albert Meekins of Collingswood, N.J.; two daughters, Sally Demanovich of Essex and Shelby Joan Caldwell of Sykesville; a sister, Ada Grace Litsinger of Ocean City; a special friend, Raymond Leonard of Baltimore; and three granddaughters.

Pub Date: 11/03/97

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