Donald L. Jackson, 41, floor finisherDonald L. Jackson, a...

August 02, 1998

Donald L. Jackson, 41, floor finisher

Donald L. Jackson, a floor finisher for Baltimore-area firms for more than 20 years, died of a heart attack Tuesday while working in Woodbridge, Va. He was 41.

Born and raised in Baltimore, Mr. Jackson attended city public schools. For more than two decades, he was a floor finisher for local firms, most recently Capitol Finishes Inc.

He enjoyed watching a variety of sports; NASCAR auto racing was his favorite. The Baltimore resident also was devoted to his church, Little Ark Missionary Baptist Church at 1263 E. North Ave., where services will be held at 10: 30 a.m. tomorrow.

Survivors include his wife of three years, the former Ursula Smith; three sons, Curtis, Shawn and Donnell Jackson, and two daughters, Crystal and Angela Jackson, all of Baltimore; his mother, Mable Jackson of Baltimore; two brothers, Phillip and Clarence Jackson Jr., both of Baltimore; and three sisters, Carolyn and Pamela Jackson, both of Baltimore, and Leila Mae of Florida.

Kathryn T. Ozazewski, 97, payroll accountant

Kathryn T. Ozazewski, who for more than four decades was a payroll accountant and bookkeeper with Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., died Tuesday from complications after surgery at Howard County General Hospital. She was 97.

The longtime Catonsville resident worked in the Baltimore offices of A&P from 1920 until her retirement in 1962.

The former Kathryn Turner was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated in 1919 from Eastern High School. In 1956, she married Frank Ozazewski, owner of an East Baltimore grocery store, who died in 1978.

She enjoyed gardening and reading, and was a communicant of St. Mark Roman Catholic Church in Catonsville, where a Mass of Christian burial was offered yesterday.

She is survived by three stepdaughters, Dorothy M. Fryer of Parkville and Edwina Formhals and Eleanor Meyd, both of Catonsville.

Pub Date: 8/02/98

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