Paul Trimble, 67, medical accountantPaul Trimble, a...

January 27, 1998

Paul Trimble, 67, medical accountant

Paul Trimble, a retired medical accountant, died of cancer Thursday at his Cockeysville home. He was 67.

He was a medical accountant at University of Maryland Hospital from 1959 to 1961, St. Agnes Hospital from 1961 to 1966 and the federal Health Care Finance Administration until he retired in 1994.

The Baltimore native graduated from Mount St. Joseph High School and received an accounting degree from Loyola College in 1958.

He was past president of the Maryland Chapter of the Association of Hospital Accountants and the Baltimore Chapter of the National Association of Accountants.

Services were held yesterday.

He is survived by his wife, the former Denise Fox, whom he married in 1959; three sons, Robert Trimble of Cockeysville, Michael Trimble of Culpepper, Va., and Keith Trimble of Baltimore; two daughters, Cindy Ashley of Mission Viejo, Calif., and Susan Trimble of Abingdon; three brothers, Robert Trimble HTC of Perry Hall, Thomas Trimble of Shrewsbury, Pa., and Donald Trimble of Baltimore; a sister, Doris Thomas of Perry Hall; and two grandchildren.

Grace Elizabeth Sweitzer, 69, homemaker

Grace Elizabeth Sweitzer, a homemaker, died of cancer Saturday at Genesis Eldercare in Easton. The Tilghman resident was 69.

The Baltimore native took pride in her ability as a homemaker and particularly in her cooking.

Mrs. Sweitzer cooked Sunday dinner each week for five children and eight grandchildren, making everything from scratch. She copied her recipes for her children shortly before her death so they could keep up the tradition.

The Baltimore native also enjoyed quilting and painting, creating scenes depicting the Chesapeake Bay she had become familiar with during her life on the Eastern Shore.

She was an active member of Tilghman United Methodist Church, singing in the choir and making Christmas wreaths for the church.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. today at the church, 1571 Tilghman Island Road.

She is survived by her husband, Robert Finley Sweitzer, whom she married in 1948; a daughter, Evelyn Resseguie of Perry Hall; four sons, Robert C. Sweitzer of Tilghman, William C. Sweitzer of Preston, Barry F. Sweitzer of White Marsh and Jon Brady Sweitzer of Easton; two sisters, Regina Prettyman of St. Michaels and Peggy Remeikis of Tilghman; and eight grandchildren.

Harry Gould Travers, 91, general supervisor at BGE

Harry Gould Travers, a retired supervisor for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., died Saturday at his Reisterstown home of complications from congestive heart failure. He was 91.

Mr. Travers was a general supervisor in the purchasing and material management department of BGE, where he worked for more than 45 years, retiring in 1971.

He was a member of Stone Chapel United Methodist Church in Pikesville.

The Baltimore native, who grew up on the Eastern Shore, had belonged to the National Rifle Association and was an avid hunter until illness forced him to give it up. He also enjoyed gardening.

His wife, the former Myra Twilley, died in 1984.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Eckhardt Funeral Chapel, 11605 Reisterstown Road, Reisterstown.

He is survived by two daughters, Virginia Lee Hock of Randallstown and Barbara Gould Mercier of Reisterstown; a sister, Marian Hartung of Gloucester, Va.; nine grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.

Max Leonard Long, 66, salesman, photographer

Max Leonard Long, who had been a salesman and photographer, died of cancer Jan. 17 at his Laurel home. He was 66.

The Baltimore native graduated from Polytechnic Institute in 1948 and was a Navy aerial photographer during the Korean War.

After he was discharged, he was a photographer for Udell Brothers Studio in Baltimore and then a salesman for Richard Best Pencil Co., selling writing instruments in a six-state area, and for Mallorey Office Supply. He retired in 1991.

A memorial service was held Friday.

He is survived by his wife, the former Linda Jean Clark; three daughters, Rosemary Bradford of Haymarket, Va., Fran Rock of Elkridge and Karen Klaesius-Wade of Little Rock, Ark.; his mother, Jacqueline Klemm, and a sister, Mary Lou Klemm, both of Baltimore; six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; and two foster children.

Pub Date: 1/27/98

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