Marguerite D. Carroll, 78, math, science teacherMarguerite...

June 30, 1998

Marguerite D. Carroll, 78, math, science teacher

Marguerite D. Carroll, a retired educator who was active in Episcopal Church affairs, died in her sleep June 21 at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. She was 78.

Mrs. Carroll had lived in Brooklandville for many years before moving to Broadmead in 1989. She taught science and math at St. Paul's School for Girls from the early 1960s until she retired in 1977. She also had been a member of the school's board of trustees.

She was active in the affairs of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland and a communicant of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Garrison, where she was the first female senior warden. A memorial service was held there Wednesday.

The former Marguerite Dewey was born in Cambridge, Mass., and earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Vassar College in 1942 and a master's degree in biochemistry from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

In 1948, she married Dr. Douglas Carroll Jr., who died in 1977.

She is survived by a son, Douglas Gordon Carroll III of Brooklandville; three daughters, Ann Carroll Harris of Newton, Mass., Susan Carroll Immelt of Brooklandville and Sally Carroll Keating of Rochester, Minn.; a brother, Bradley Dewey, and a sister, Ann

Dewey Kent, both of Hanover, N.H.; and 10 grandchildren. N. Jean Stremmel, a retired nursing instructor, died June 22 of cancer at Stella Maris Hospice. She was 66 and lived in Phoenix.

Mrs. Stremmel, who previously taught medical and surgical nursing at Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland nursing schools, retired last year after teaching nursing at Baltimore City Community College for 11 years.

The former N. Jean Ytell, who was born in Joplin, Mo., earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Missouri in 1952, a master's degree in nursing from Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in 1972, and a master's degree in education from the Johns Hopkins University in 1976.

She married Robert G. Stremmel in 1954; he died in 1977.

Services were held Thursday .

She is survived by two daughters, Norma Warner of Bedford, PTC Mass., and Debbie Cleaver of Reisterstown; her mother, Ruby McKee of Ontario, Calif.; a sister, Bonnie Cassidy of San Antonio; three grandchildren; and special friend, Ann Morgan of Phoenix.

Elizabeth J. Carter, 74, winner in flower arranging

Elizabeth J. "Betsy" Carter, a homemaker who enjoyed flower arranging, died Wednesday from complications of multiple sclerosis at Keswick Multi-Care Center in Roland Park. She was 74.

The longtime Homeland resident was a former member of the Baltimore Junior League, the Woman's Club of Roland Park and the Woodland Garden Club, where she earned many blue ribbons for her flower arrangements.

The former Elizabeth Johnson was born in Fort Valley, Ga., and graduated from Lanier High School in Macon, Ga.

She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church, 5407 N. Charles St., where a memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. July 7.

She is survived by her husband of 54 years, C. Read Carter; a son, Clark H. Carter of Baltimore; two daughters, Louise C. Potter of Alexandria, Va., and Anne C. Jacobson of Columbia, Mo.; two brothers, Gen. George M. Johnson of Sun City, Fla., and the Rev. Thomas H. Johnson of Oxford, Ga.; and four grandchildren.

Pub Date: 6/30/98

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