Dr. Angelo P. Pente, 89, Canton dentistDr. Angelo P...

November 11, 1997

Dr. Angelo P. Pente, 89, Canton dentist

Dr. Angelo P. Pente, a dentist in Canton for more than four decades, died of heart failure Oct. 24 at his Mayfield home. He was 89.

Dr. Pente practiced general dentistry from an Elwood Avenue rowhouse from 1935 to 1978.

"If they couldn't pay, he didn't charge and if there was a family of six, he'd only charge for one. That's the kind of man he was," said a daughter, Angela Bowden of Mayfield. "There were times he'd accept chickens or vegetables for payment."

Born and raised in Little Italy, Dr. Pente graduated from Calvert Hall High School in 1927 and Loyola College in 1931. He was a 1935 graduate of the University of Maryland School of Dentistry.

His professional memberships included the Gorgas Odontological Society, the Baltimore City Dental Society and the Maryland State Dental Association.

He was a communicant of the Roman Catholic Shrine of the Little Flower, where a Mass of Christian burial was offered Oct. 28.

He is survived by his wife of 58 years, the former Naomi Coscia; and two other daughters, Rosemary Sisson of Bel Air and Marian Brown of Littlestown, Pa.; a brother, John Pente, and a sister, Rose Lancelotta, both of Baltimore; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Carol L. Bing, a homemaker and former physical therapist, died of cancer Nov. 3 at her Guilford home. She was 76.

The former Carol Long was born and raised in Whitinsville, Mass. She earned a bachelor's degree in physical therapy from Michigan State University in 1942. She joined the Womens Army Corps and was assigned to the Fort Howard Veterans Hospital as a physical therapist during World War II. She was discharged at war's end.

In 1948, she married Dr. James F. Bing, a psychotherapist, who died in 1986.

An outdoorswoman, she enjoyed hiking, fishing and horseback riding at a summer home she and her husband owned in Ennis, Mont.

She was also an avid golfer and a member of Hunt Valley Golf Club.

For more than 30 years, Mrs. Bing was a volunteer with the Red Cross and Girl Scouts.

Services were private.

She is survived by two daughters, Laurie Rogers of Pikesville and Beverly Bing of Mount Washington; a stepdaughter, Catherine Schwartz of New York City; and five grandchildren.

Emanuel A. Gaynor, 78, shoe entrepreneur

Emanuel A. Gaynor, a retired shoe executive and entrepreneur, died of heart failure Oct. 24 at his Timonium home. He was 78.

Mr. Gaynor was the former president of Chesapeake Shoe Manufacturing Co. in Dundalk, a business that was founded by an uncle in 1922. He sold it in 1962 and joined Kinney Shoe Corp.'s Kinco Division, designing and manufacturing children's footwear. He retired in 1982 but continued working at several businesses that he established, including an import-export company and a computer firm.

The Mount Washington native was a 1937 graduate of Baltimore City College and graduated from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree in finance in 1941.

During World War II, he served as a Navy ordinance officer and was discharged with the rank of lieutenant in 1945.

He was a member of Temple Oheb Shalom in the 7300 block of Park Heights Ave. and the Navy League.

Services were held Oct. 27.

He is survived by his wife of 55 years, the former Anne Ketzky; two daughters, Elizabeth Anne Gaynor of New York City and Barbara Aimee McMahon of Seattle; and two grandchildren. Sister Jane Marie Moran, R.S.M., a longtime educator, died of respiratory failure Thursday at The Villa convent in Baltimore. She was 83.

A Baltimore native, the former Kathryn M. Moran joined the Sisters of Mercy in 1934, taking the name Sister Jane Marie. During a 57-year career as an educator, she was an elementary school teacher, administrator and high school guidance counselor. She taught in schools in Baltimore, Washington and Alabama.

Sister Jane Marie became a school principal in 1951 and Baltimore area schools she ran included Shrine of the Sacred Heart and Mount Washington Country School for Boys. She was a guidance counselor at Mercy High School in Baltimore from 1983 to 1986. She then tutored students working toward high school equivalency diplomas and retired in 1991.

Sister Jane Marie earned a bachelor's degree from the former Mount St. Agnes College in Baltimore in 1951 and a master's degree in education from Loyola College in 1959.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered yesterday at The Villa chapel.

Surviving is a sister, Dolores Riley of Ellicott City.

John Stevens Hunner, 89, engineer

John Stevens Hunner, a retired engineer and Roland Park resident, died of complications of a stroke Oct. 20 at a Sun City, Fla., retirement home. He was 89.

The Baltimore native, who retired in the late 1970s, earned a bachelor's degree from Haverford College in 1929. He was a former member of the L'Hirondelle Club.

In 1943, he married the former Leonora Cooper, who died in 1991.

Graveside services were held Oct. 26.

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