May Irvin Reinert, 94, teacherMay Irvin Reinert, a former...

December 27, 1997

May Irvin Reinert, 94, teacher

May Irvin Reinert, a former one-room-school teacher and resident of Roland Park Place, died of complications from a stroke on Dec. 17. She was 94.

Born in Huntingdon County, Pa., she received her degree from Kean College in Newark, N.J., and taught in Slate Hill and Mount Union, Pa.

Her husband, Russell C. Reinert, died in 1963.

Mrs. Reinert moved to Baltimore in 1989 to be near her daughter Mary Ellen Thompsen, then headmistress of St. Paul's School for Girls. Also surviving are another daughter, Nancy R. Horan of Washington, six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. today at at Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church, 6200 N. Charles St.

Louise Harris Jamison, 83, golf and tennis player

Louise Harris Jamison, 83, an accomplished golf and tennis player, died of pneumonia Tuesday at Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson.

Born in Hagerstown, Mrs. Jamison grew up in Roland Park at her grandparents' home on Elmhurst Road. It was there that she met her future husband, Baltimore banker Richard Alvey Jamison, who later headed the State Aviation Administration. Mr. Jamison, who died in 1991, was a boarder at the family residence when they met.

Mrs. Jamison, who was known as Ouida, was a 1932 graduate of the Roland Park County School. She also attended Foxcroft School in Middleburg, Va.

Most days until she was in her 70s, Mrs. Jamison played 18 holes of golf at the Elkridge Club, where she was a member. On the days she didn't play golf, she was on the club's tennis courts.

She volunteered with the Women's Auxiliary of Union Memorial Hospital and was the buyer in its gift shop. She was a member of the Mount Vernon Club, the Colonial Dames and the Town and Country Garden Club.

She is survived by two daughters, Louisa Jamison Wyskiel of Baltimore and Anne Alvey Jamison of Chevy Chase; a son, Richard Alvey Jamison of Baltimore; and four grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. David's Episcopal Church, Roland Avenue and Oakdale Road.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of Baltimore, 6601 N. Charles St, Baltimore 21204; or to Roland Park Country School, 5204 Roland Ave., Baltimore 21210.

Roberta H. Mather, 73, owned printing business

Roberta H. Mather, who with her husband owned a novelty printing company in Baltimore, died of cancer Dec. 17 at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. She was 73 and a Towson resident.

Mrs. Mather also had been a sales associate at Hutzler's department store and had worked part time for the Baltimore County Department of Aging for several years.

The former Roberta Houston was born in Jersey City, N.J., and moved to Northeast Baltimore as a young girl.

In 1964, she married George Mather, who died in 1983. The printing company closed after his death.

She was also active in the Daughters of Job, Chapter 74, Order of the Eastern Star, the Joseph T. Ambrose Memorial Court 18 and Zitta Temple 27.

For 50 years, she was a communicant of St. Thomas Episcopal Church Homestead, 1108 Providence Road in Towson, where a memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. March 21.

She is survived by a son, Charles Duer of Oswego, N.Y.; four grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Millard R. McCallum, 69, wholesale food broker

Millard R. McCallum, founder and president of McCallum & Associates, a wholesale food brokerage, died of cancer Dec. 17 at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda. He was 69.

Mr. McCallum established the firm in 1993 after he retired as senior vice president of Kluge, Finkelstein & Co., also a food brokerage, where he had worked for 37 years.

The Bethesda resident, who was born and raised in Mize, Miss., earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Mississippi. He later attended George Washington University School of Law.

He moved to Washington in 1949 and was a food chemist for the National Canners Association from 1950 to 1956.

He wrote articles for Food World, an industry trade publication.

He was a communicant of All Saints Episcopal Church, 3 Chevy Chase Circle in Chevy Chase, where a memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Jan. 17.

Mr. McCallum is survived by his wife of 40 years, the former Doris Hogan; a son, Mark H. McCallum of Bethesda; two daughters, Ann Stinette McCallum of Baltimore and Lisa Kelly McCallum of Bethesda; a brother, Maurice McCallum of Chesapeake, Va.; and a sister, Imogene Hutchison of Columbus, Miss.

Pub Date: 12/27/97

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