T. Bryce Kernan, 18, student, tennis playerT. Bryce...

May 08, 1998

T. Bryce Kernan, 18, student, tennis player

T. Bryce Kernan, a senior at Susquehanna High School in Glen Rock, Pa., and former Loch Raven Village resident, died Saturday at York County (Pa.) Hospital after an automobile he was driving skidded and hit a tree. He was 18.

Mr. Kernan had planned to attend Catonsville Community College in the fall.

He was an avid tennis player, having begun the sport as a 5-year-old at the Bear Hills Tennis Club. He was also a golfer.

Services were held Wednesday.

He is survived by his father, former Del. Thomas B. Kernan of Pikesville; his mother, Kathleen Kramer of Shrewsbury, Pa.; a brother, Bryan Kernan of Meridian, Miss.; his stepfather, Buddy Kramer of Shrewsbury; his stepmother, Bobbie J. Kernan of Pikesville; and a stepsister, Kimberly Kramer of Shrewsbury.

Mr. Kernan was an organ donor, and the family suggested donations to the Delaware Valley Transplant Program, 2000 Hamilton St., Philadelphia 19130.

John Frederick Michel, 91, printing company president

John Frederick Michel, founder and president of a Baltimore printing company, died in his sleep Tuesday at Manor Care Ruxton. He was 91 and a longtime Lutherville resident.

Mr. Michel founded Printcrafters Inc., a commercial printing company, at Charles and Redwood streets. Downtown urban renewal in the early 1960s forced the business to move to Gay and Water streets, where it remained until 1985 when he retired and sold it.

Born in Baltimore, Mr. Michel was a Polytechnic Institute graduate.

Active in Masonic affairs, he was a member for 50 years of the Boumi Temple, where he had been captain of the mounted patrol and rode his horse Golddigger in area parades.

He also was a member of the Towson Shrine, Scottish Rite and Warren Lodge No. 51.

Services were held yesterday.

He is survived by his wife of 38 years, the former Dorothy Plunkett; a daughter, Nancy AnnGallion of Ponte Vedra, Fla.; two granddaughters; and two great-grandchildren.

Philip Daniel Flynn, a retired Baltimore internist who had been a tropical disease specialist during World War II, died of pneumonia Sunday at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 91.

Dr. Flynn practiced from his Chase Street office from 1945 until retiring in 1973. During World War II, he served with the Navy in the Pacific Theater of operations. He was discharged at war's end with the rank of lieutenant commander.

Born and raised in Baltimore, he was a graduate of Calvert Hall College and earned his bachelor's degree from Georgetown University.

He earned his medical degree from Georgetown University Medical School.

A longtime Homeland resident, he had lived since 1994 at Stella Maris Hospice.

He was married for many years to the former Julia McDonough, who died in 1997.

A funeral Mass will be offered at 1 p.m. next Wednesday at Stella Maris Chapel, 2300 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson.

Dr. Flynn is survived by his son, Philip D. Flynn Jr. of Newark, Del.; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Pub Date: 5/08/98

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