Mary H. Lutz, 102, organist for United Brethren ChurchMary...

May 04, 1998

Mary H. Lutz, 102, organist for United Brethren Church

Mary H. Lutz, an organist for the old Salem United Brethren Church in Baltimore, died Friday at the Manor Care Health Services center in Lancaster, Pa. She was 102.

A native of Baltimore, the former Mary Hiltner was married for 38 years to Harold T. Lutz, a former assistant managing editor of The Evening Sun who died in 1959.

Before their marriage, Mrs. Lutz worked in an S&N Katz Jewelry store in Baltimore.

She is survived by three daughters, D. Jane Lutz and Joan L. Trump, both of Lancaster, and Jean L. Thomas of Lutherville; a sister, Myrtle H. Towers of Arnold; six grandsons; and 13 great-grandchildren.

Services will be held at noon tomorrow at the Austin H. Eberly Funeral Home in Dallastown, Pa.

Donald J. Morfoot Sr., 80, founded 2 businesses

Donald J. Morfoot Sr., a Roland Park native who was president and co-founder of two automotive supply companies, died of lung cancer Saturday at Grand View Hospital in died of lung cancer Saturday at Grand View Hospital in Sellersville, Pa. He was 80.

Mr. Morfoot was a 1935 graduate of Polytechnic Institute and a graduate of the old Eaton-Burnett Business College. He was a chief petty officer in the Navy in England during World War II.

He helped found Keystone Accessory Co. on Lanvale Street and Becon Corp. of Philadelphia, which made floor mats for cars. He closed the businesses in the mid-1970s, then for a decade was a salesman for Sears, Roebuck and Co. in Norristown, Pa., and Pottstown, Pa.

Services will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Mann-Slonaker Funeral Home in East Greenville, Pa.

fTC Survivors include his wife of 60 years, the former Anna Wentz; a son, Donald J. Morfoot Jr. of New Canaan, Conn.; two daughters, Donna Morfoot of Winter Park, Fla., and Marian Pike of Pennsburg, Pa.; and six grandchildren.

Pub Date: 5/04/98

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