Daniel E. Lindauer, 77, construction contractorDaniel E...

January 21, 1999

Daniel E. Lindauer, 77, construction contractor

Daniel E. Lindauer, a retired contractor, died Saturday of cancer at his Sparks home. He was 77.

Mr. Lindauer was a drafting engineer with Bethlehem Steel Corp. from 1940 to 1949, then an estimator for Mullan Contracting in Baltimore until 1959. He then was a vice president at several local construction firms and retired in 1984.

The Baltimore native, who graduated from the Polytechnic Institute in 1940, was a Navy flight engineer in the Pacific from 1942 to 1945 during World War II.

He was an assistant Scout Master, a board member of the Salvation Army, a volunteer at Our Daily Bread and a member of the United Churches Assistance Network.

A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Lindauer will be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church, 13717 Cuba Road, Hunt Valley.

He is survived by his wife, the former Katharine Bohl, whom he married in 1948; a son, Jerome D. Lindauer of Cockeysville; three daughters, Patricia L. Butner of Bowie, Joann L. Rand of Laurel and Sharon L. Rowland of Ijamsville; and eight grandchildren.

Nancy Lee Collins, 57, on House speaker's staff

Nancy Lee Collins, who worked on the staff of the Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates, died Monday of cardiac arrest at her Annapolis home. She was 57.

Mrs. Collins had been a member of Speaker Casper R. Taylor Jr.'s staff since 1994 and was responsible for scheduling. Before then, she had been on the staff of the House Economic Matters Committee, beginning in 1983, and had worked on the staff of Del. Marilyn R. Goldwater, a Montgomery County Democrat.

"Her death comes as a complete shock to all of us who knew and loved Nancy," Mr. Taylor said. "She was a member of the family and a member of the team."

The former Nancy Lee Swale was born in Norfolk, Va., where she graduated from high school. In 1961, she married Edward J. Collins, who died in 1988.

A memorial service will be held at 9: 30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Anne Episcopal Church, Church Circle, Annapolis.

She is survived by three sons, Gregory Collins of Harrisonburg, Va., Keith Collins of Virginia Beach, Va., and Terrance Collins of Annapolis; a daughter, Kelly Kay Collins of Ocean City; a brother, George Swale of Boston; a sister, Linda Swale of Norfolk; and two grandchildren.

Archie F. Harbaugh Jr., 84, an engineer for IBM

Archie F. Harbaugh Jr., an engineer for IBM, died Monday of lymphoma at Hart Heritage Home in Street. He was 84.

Mr. Harbaugh, who formerly resided in Rockdale, joined International Business Machines in 1933 and retired in 1975.

During World War II, the Hagerstown native was a technical sergeant with the 2nd Signal Service Battalion in the Pacific.

In 1945, he married Thelma Mae Poisal, who died in 1978.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at McComas Funeral Home, Broadway and Williams Street, Bel Air.

He is survived by a daughter, Ann H. Gunning of Fallston; and two granddaughters.

Marguerite Y. Daniels, 83, city school librarian

Marguerite Y. Daniels, a retired Baltimore City school librarian, died Jan. 14 at her North Baltimore home of complications from a stroke. She was 83.

Mrs. Daniels worked in city schools from the late 1940s to the mid-1980s.

Born in Chatham, Va., and raised in Bryn Mawr, Pa., she graduated from the Moore College of Art in Philadelphia in the late 1930s and received a master's degree in library sciences from Towson University.

In 1943, the former Marguerite Younger married the Rev. Reginald J. Daniels, who was pastor of Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church in Baltimore. Mr. Daniels died last year.

A memorial service is planned for March.

She is survived by a son, Reginald J. Daniels Jr. of Columbia; two daughters, Judith M. Daniels of Baltimore and Freda A. Daniels of Hawaii; three brothers, Thomas H. Younger of Malvern, Pa., Clark M. Younger of Philadelphia and Timothy Younger of Bala Cynwyd, Pa.; two sisters, Estelle Y. Jackson of Washington and Carrie Y. Bowie of Baltimore; two grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

Anne R. Zink, 80, bridge, backgammon player

Anne R. Zink, a homemaker and bridge and backgammon player, died Monday of pancreatic cancer at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care.

She was 80 and a resident of Warrington Condominiums in Guilford.

The former Anne Ripley, who was born in Roland Park, was a graduate of the old Girls' Latin School.

According to relatives, she won many awards playing bridge and backgammon. She was an avid golfer and enjoyed traveling and vacationing at her homes in Bethany Beach, Del., and Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Second Presbyterian Church, 4200 St. Paul St.

She is survived by her husband of 54 years, John H. Zink Jr.; two sons, John H. Zink III of Roland Park and Philip R. Zink of Ruxton; a daughter, Catherine Z. deVilliers of Lutherville; two sisters, Catherine R. Struven Tydings of Lutherville and Jeanne Houck of Towson; and seven grandchildren.

Richardas Vitkauskas, 38, carpenter and roofer

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