Eva Ursula Buddenbohn, 95, lifelong Baltimore resident

January 04, 1999

Eva Ursula Buddenbohn, a lifelong resident of Baltimore who as a child helped her parents run a candy shop in the northeast part of the city, died of natural causes Friday at Stella Maris Hospice. She was 95.

Mrs. Buddenbohn's parents, John Joseph Schmidt and Margaretha Miller, sold candy from a storefront on Jefferson Street.

She attended St. Andrew's Parochial School and the Commercial School at Washington and Monument streets, where she graduated in 1917. In 1925, she married Howard Buddenbohn of East Baltimore. They moved to Hamilton in 1957 and attended St.Dominic Church. Mr. Buddenbohn died in 1967.

A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated tomorrow at 9: 30 a.m. at St. Dominic Church, 5310 Harford Road.

Mrs. Buddenbohn is survived by five sons, Howard G. Buddenbohn, Robert W. Buddenbohn and Raymond J. Buddenbohn, all of Baltimore; Norbert J. Buddenbohn of Edgewood; Donald H. Buddenbohn of Riverdale, N.Y.; and a daughter, M. Joan Feeley of Rodgers Forge.

Nancy Lee Gregory, 55, retired social studies teacher

Nancy Lee Gregory, a retired Baltimore County social studies teacher, died Saturday of pancreatic cancer at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. She was 55.

Mrs. Gregory began teaching in Baltimore County in 1965 at Pikesville High School. She left to raise her family, then taught at Sparrows Point High School, Dundalk Middle School and Pine Grove Middle School.

The former Nancy Lee Ayers was born in Wilkes Barre, Pa., and attended Gettysburg College before graduating from Pennsylvania State University in 1965 with a bachelor of arts degree.

She was an avid reader and gardener and had recently become interested in golf.

A service is scheduled at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Camp Chapel United Methodist Church on East Joppa Road.

Mrs. Gregory is survived by her husband, John Gregory; a son, Michael Gregory of Germantown; a daughter, Laura Cartner of Frederick; her mother, Lenora Ayers of Towson; and two grandchildren, Alexander and Gabriel Cartner.

Pub Date: 1/04/99

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