Dorothy Ann Horvath, 78, school cafeteria workerDorothy...

December 05, 1998

Dorothy Ann Horvath, 78, school cafeteria worker

Dorothy Ann Horvath, a former Baltimore County public schools cafeteria worker, died Nov. 28 of heart failure at Good Samaritan Hospital. She was 78 and lived in Rosedale.

Mrs. Horvath, whose career spanned 35 years, retired in 1985 from Overlea High School. Earlier, she worked for Cross & Blackwell in East Baltimore.

The former Dorothy Ann Winkler was born in Wilmington, Del., and moved to Canton, where she attended city schools. She married George J. Horvath in 1938. He died in 1979.

She was a member of the Grandmothers Club, the Overlea Senior Citizens Center and St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church in Overlea. She also attended Hazelwood Baptist Church.

Services were held Tuesday.

She is survived by two sons, George Horvath of Sykesville and Edward Horvath of Rosedale; a daughter, Elizabeth Drumgoole of Sykesville; a sister, Loretta Husemann of Bel Air; six grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.

Mary Lou Shumaker, 51, owner of beauty shop

Mary Lou Shumaker, a cosmetologist and owner of a Laurel beauty salon, died Nov. 28 of injuries sustained in an automobile accident on Route 32 near Glenelg in western Howard County. She was 51.

Since 1980, the Cooksville resident had been the owner of Mary Lou's Beauty Salon.

The former Mary Lou McElyea was born in Lee County, Va., and attended public schools there before moving to Laytonsville, Montgomery County.

In 1963, she married George Lee Shumaker, a construction foreman, who died in 1997.

Plans for a memorial service are incomplete.

She is survived by three sons, Jeffrey S. Shumaker of Laurel, David B. Shumaker of Columbia and Tommy Lee Shumaker of Cooksville; a daughter, Joanna Lynn Shumaker of Cooksville; two brothers, Jimmy McElyea of Gaithersburg and Billy McElyea of Nacogdoches, Texas; two sisters, Lana Alford of Nacogdoches and Paula McElyea of Frederick; and five grandchildren.

Jerome Cyril Salganik, 86, CPA, college comptroller

Jerome Cyril Salganik, a certified public accountant and former Bay College comptroller, died Sunday of cancer at the Edenwald retirement community in Towson. He was 86.

The former Cross Keys resident retired from the Baltimore college in the early 1970s. Earlier, he worked for Wooden &

Benson, an accounting firm, the Baltimore Colts and RTKL Associates Inc. From the mid-1950s until the late 1960s, he was comptroller of Jos. A. Bank, the clothing maker.

Born and raised on Lombard Street in East Baltimore, Mr. Salganik was a City College graduate and earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland in 1935.

In retirement, Mr. Salganik was active with the Service Corps of Retired Executives. He also was treasurer of the Maryland Committee for Children for many years and was recognized by the Epilepsy Association of Maryland for improving the quality of life for those who suffer from the disease.

Mr. Salganik was also a member and former treasurer of Har Sinai Congregation.

Services were held Tuesday.

He is survived by his wife of 58 years, the former Mignon Bank; a son, Walter I. Salganik of Chicago; two daughters, Shirley S. Doyle of Minneapolis and Lynn R. Salganik of Hampstead; and five grandchildren.

Pub Date: 12/05/98

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