Edward F. Weller Jr., 85, insurance statisticianEdward...

August 18, 1998

Edward F. Weller Jr., 85, insurance statistician

Edward Franklin Weller Jr., a retired statistician, died Sundayof congestive heart failure at St. Joseph Medical Center. The Towson resident was 85.

Mr. Weller was born in New Jersey and his family moved to Hamilton in Northeast Baltimore when he was a baby. He graduated from City College of Baltimore.

He was a statistician for Maryland Casualty Co. and retired in 1981.

He golfed regularly at Pine Ridge Senior Golf Club in Timonium and was president of the Towson chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons four years ago.

A memorial service is being planned.

He is survived by his wife, the former Billie Shaner, whom he married in 1965; a son, Edward F. Weller III of New York City; two stepsons, Thomas Shaner of Baltimore and Alan Jemison of Berkeley Springs, W.Va.; a stepdaughter, Linda Shaner of Roanoke, Va.; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

William E. Moore, 59, truck driver

William E. "Eddie" Moore, a Howard County native and truck driver, died Sunday of heart failure at an Easton, Pa., hospital. He lived in nearby Phillipsburg, N.J., and was 59.

Born in Clarksville, he graduated from the old Harriet Tubman High School in 1957, attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, then served in the Air Force from 1959 to 1965.

After he was discharged, Mr. Moore settled in New Jersey and worked at several jobs before he became a truck driver for Yellow Freight Lines in 1975.

Services are scheduled for today in Phillipsburg.

He is survived by his wife, the former Carol Tyndall, whom he married in 1975; two daughters, Wendy Tyndall and Danielle Moore, both of Phillipsburg; his mother, Lula Moore of Columbia; three brothers, Millard F. Moore of Rockville, Earl W. Moore of Columbia and and Charles Moore of Silver Spring; a sister, Shirley Foreman of Ashton; and two grandchildren.

Pub Date: 8/18/98

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