Sister Miriam Hunt, 71, schoolteacherSister Miriam Hunt...

June 11, 1998

Sister Miriam Hunt, 71, schoolteacher

Sister Miriam Hunt, S.S.N.D., a retired educator, died of a heart attack Sunday at the Maria Health Center at Villa Assumpta, the motherhouse of the School Sisters of Notre Dame in Baltimore. She was 71.

From 1979 until she retired in 1992, Sister Miriam taught creative writing, English, Spanish, French and Latin and had served as acting principal of St. Mary School in Annapolis. She had also been on the faculty of Notre Dame Preparatory School in Towson from 1960 to 1962.

She also had taught at parochial schools in New Jersey, West Virginia, Puerto Rico and Florida.

Born Miriam Hunt in Baltimore, she was a 1945 graduate of the Institute of Notre Dame. After working briefly in the classified advertising department of The Sun, she entered the School Sisters of Notre Dame.

She professed her vows in 1948 and earned a bachelor's degree in education in 1956 and a master's degree in English in 1963, both from Seton Hall University.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered Tuesday.

She is survived by a brother, Mark Hunt of Baltimore; and several nieces and nephews.

Anna Claire Anderson, 72, homemaker

Anna Claire Anderson, a homemaker, died Monday of an aneurysm at the Anne Arundel Medical Center. She was 72 and lived in Cape St. Claire.

A Baltimore native, the former Anna Macfarlane married Richard S. Anderson in 1946 and lived in Baltimore County before moving to Cape St. Claire in 1968.

She enjoyed gardening, sewing and bird watching.

Services are scheduled for 10 a.m. tomorrow at Trinity Bible Church, 99 Truckhouse Road, Severna Park.

In addition to her husband, survivors include two sons, Richard B. Anderson of Armada, Mich. and Gary B. Anderson of Annapolis; a daughter, Diane Bucheimer of Alum Bridge, W.Va.; a brother, Melbourne Macfarlane of Venice, Fla.; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Pub Date: 6/11/98

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