Larry L. Young, 39, health department employeeLarry Lee...

July 20, 1998

Larry L. Young, 39, health department employee

Larry Lee Young, an outreach worker for the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, died Friday after a brief illness at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 39.

Born to Richard Henry Lee Young and Mary Ann Bennett Dunham in Havre de Grace, Mr. Young lived much of his life in Baltimore.

An avid gardener and history buff, Mr. Young spent countless hours in his Bolton Hill garden and at various Baltimore historical sites. "I'm not sure which he loved more," said Mr. Young's longtime friend, Neal Haynie, of Baltimore.

A memorial service will be held at 8 p.m. today at the McComas Funeral Home in Bel Air.

In addition to his parents, Mr. Young is survived by his grandmother, Dorothy H. Young of Bel Air; two brothers, Gary Young of Bel Air and Michael Young of Fort Drum, N.Y.; and one sister, Carol Young of Centerville, Va.

Mabel Larue Glenn, 99, homemaker

Mabel Larue Glenn, a homemaker who lived just shy of a century, died Friday at Chestertown Nursing Home from complications of old age. She was 99.

A cook, housekeeper and storyteller, Mrs. Glenn was born in Baltimore on Nov. 26, 1898, to the late Samuel and Alice May Charles.

Mrs. Glenn's three children remember their mother as a wealth of cultural information.

"She could tell you about Lindbergh making that first fly-over," said her son Robert C. Benjamin of Timonium. "She was around long before a lot of things were even invented and she loved to tell us about those times. She'd pretty much seen it all."

Funeral services will be at noon Wednesday at Fellows, Helfenbein and Newnam Funeral Home, 130 Speer Road in Chestertown.

Mrs. Glenn was widowed in 1952 when her first husband, Oscar R. Benjamin, died. She remarried in 1957.

In addition to her son Robert, Mrs. Glenn is survived by her husband, Louis Earle Glenn of Worton; another son, Norman E. Benjamin, of Avila Beach, Calif.; a daughter, Alice Swann of Westminster; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren dTC and great-great-grandchildren.

Pub Date: 7/20/98

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