Michael J. Loppatto, 47, bank senior vice presidentMichael...

September 29, 1998

Michael J. Loppatto, 47, bank senior vice president

Michael J. Loppatto, a senior vice president at Citizens National Bank, died of cancer Saturdayat his Ellicott City home. He was 47.

The son of an Army noncommissioned officer, he was born in New York. His family moved to Laurel in 1966 and he graduated from Pallotti High School in 1969. He received a bachelor's degree in microbiology from the University of Maryland College Park in 1974.

Since 1972, and while a student at UM, he worked for Citizens National Bank in Laurel, beginning as a teller and rising to senior vice president at his death.

He was an active sportsman, who played basketball, racquetball, volleyball and tennis. He also was a volunteer in youth baseball, basketball and soccer programs in Howard County.

For many years, Mr. Loppatto was a parishioner at Resurrection Roman Catholic Church, 8402 Brock Bridge Road in Laurel, where a Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 11 a.m. today.

He is survived by his wife, the former Toni Perruso, whom he married in 1981; a son, Matthew Loppatto of Ellicott City; a daughter, Julie Loppatto of Ellicott City; his father, Leo Loppatto of Laurel; three brothers, Fulton Loppatto of Kensington, Gregory Loppatto of St. Charles, Ill., and Stephen Loppatto of Baltimore; and four sisters, Regina Loppatto of Lawrenceville, Ga., Leah Bellas of Falls Church, Va., Susan Clark of Ellicott City and Mary Rebechi of Elkridge.

Yolanda Hanyi, a retired dressmaker and active churchwoman, died Sunday of complications of a stroke at Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. She was 91.

A native of Hungary, the former Yolanda Karolyi married Csaba B. Hanyi in 1929 and they came to in Baltimore in 1951. Mr. Hanyi died in 1964.

Mrs. Hanyi, who owned a dress shop in Hungary, worked in alterations at the Hutzler's department store downtown and at a Ruxton dress store.

She played tennis and was an ice skater into her 70s.

For many years, Mrs. Hanyi was active with Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church, 6200 N. Charles St., where a memorial service is scheduled for 2 p.m. Oct. 10.

She is survived by a son, Csaba B. Hanyi Jr. of Towson; a daughter, Maria Carpenter of Baltimore; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

E. Beck Dorsey, a former obstetric nurse and homemaker, died in her sleep Saturday at Broadmead, the Cockeysville retirement community. She was 95.

Mrs. Dorsey, who had been a longtime Roland Park resident, had lived at Broadmead since 1980.

The former E. Beck Deputy was born and raised on her family's farm, Great Oak Manor, near Chestertown. She attended local schools and graduated from St. Mary's Female Seminary (now St. Mary's College of Maryland) in St. Mary's City in 1922.

She then graduated from the nursing school of the Hospital for the Women of Maryland and was a chief of obstetric nursing at the Bolton Hill facility until 1933, when she married Charles H. Dorsey Jr. and left the profession.

Mr. Dorsey, who died in 1973, had been a vice president of A. S. Abell Co. and managing editor of The Sun from 1947 to 1966.

Mrs. Dorsey was a longtime communicant of Memorial Episcopal Church in Bolton Hill.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Sherwood Episcopal Church, York and Sherwood roads, Cockeysville.

She is survived by a son, John R. Dorsey of Baltimore; and several nieces.

Theresa F. Kenon, 66, taught preschool for 13 years

Theresa F. Kenon, a former Baltimore preschool teacher, died Sept. 21 at her East Baltimore home. She was 66.

A native of North Carolina, Ms. Kenon moved to Baltimore in 1969 and graduated from the former Community College of Baltimore.

She worked as a teacher at Faith Creative Learning Center in East Baltimore from 1979 until 1992.

Services were held Friday.

Ms. Kenon, who was divorced, is survived by a son, Earl Kenon III of Baltimore; a daughter, Crystal A. Kenon of Owings Mills; her mother, Viney Felton of Suffolk, Va.; a brother, Alfred J. Felton of Poway, Calif.; and a sister, Ruth Mitchell of Suffolk, Va.

Pub Date: 9/29/98

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