Angeline Chiles, 63, homemakerAngeline Chiles, a...

May 13, 1998

Angeline Chiles, 63, homemaker

Angeline Chiles, a homemaker, died of heart failure Friday at home in Southeast Baltimore. She was 63.

A Baltimore native, the former Angeline Cunningham, who was educated in city public schools, married Francis Chiles in 1953. He died in 1996.

Services are scheduled for 11: 30 a.m. tomorrow at March Funeral Home Inc., 1101 E. North Ave.

She is survived by two sons, Francis Chiles Jr. and Holland Turner; seven daughters, Diana Adams, Gloria Chiles, Darlene Chiles, Norita Simmons, Sharon Keeling, Sandra Owens and Marquel Turner; a brother, Ronald Cunningham; three sisters, Evelyn Smith, Margaret Olsen and Thelma Williams; 43 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. All are of Baltimore.

David H. Munford, 30, car and motorcycle mechanic

David Hansel Munford, an automobile and motorcycle mechanic, died Thursday of injuries he suffered when his motorcycle was struck by a car near his Glen Burnie home. He was 30.

The native of Franklin, Va., came to Maryland in 1983 and worked at several garages.

Services were held yesterday in Wakefield, Va.

He is survived by his parents, John A. Munford Jr. of Zuni, Va., and Nancy Ellis Patterson of Franklin; and two sisters, Terri Lynn Munford Hoag of Zuni and Naomi Leigh Munford of Wilmington, N.C.

Mannassie Boone, 87, welder, grocer

Mannassie Boone, a retired grocer, died Sunday of heart failure at home in Northwest Baltimore. He was 87.

The native of Woodland, N.C., came to Baltimore as a child in 1921 and was educated in public schools.

He worked as a welder at Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s Sparrows Point plant and opened Boone's Groceries in the 600 block of Baker St. in West Baltimore in the 1950s. He retired in 1981.

Services are scheduled for noon Friday at Emanuel Apostolic Faith Church, 6300 Loch Raven Blvd.

He is survived by his wife, the former Elida Padgett, whom he married in 1938.

Ella Thompson, 47, community activist

Services for Ella Thompson, a Franklin Square community activist, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Jones Tabernacle Baptist Church, 2100 W. Baltimore St.

Ms. Thompson, 47, died of a heart attack Friday while she was on her way to pick up computers donated for city recreation centers. She had dedicated her life to the Franklin Square Community Association center after the youngest of her five children, Andrea Perry, 12, was raped and murdered in 1988.

Memorial donations may be made to the Andrea Perry Memorial Fund, in care of Parks & People Foundation, 1901 Eagle Drive, Baltimore 21207.

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