John Sellors Jr., 74, executive, aviation enthusiastJohn...

April 29, 1999

John Sellors Jr., 74, executive, aviation enthusiast

John Sellors Jr., a Baltimore native who was a business executive and aviation enthusiast, died April 22 in a seaplane crash in the South River. He was 74 and lived in Sarasota, Fla.

Mr. Sellors retired in 1983 as vice president of Alco Standard Corp. in Valley Forge, Pa. Earlier, he was president of Pyronics, a Cleveland combustion equipment firm.

He graduated from Polytechnic Institute and the Johns Hopkins University and served in the Army Air Corps as a radio and gunnery instructor during World War II.

Mr. Sellors, who started flying about five years ago, was a member of the U.S. Power Squadron, the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, the International Miniature Aircraft Association and the Golden Eagles Squadron.

A private burial will be held at sea.

He is survived by his wife of 33 years, the former Catherine Swing; four daughters, Lyn Hildebrandt of St. Simon's Island, Ga., and Sally Paige, Kelly Paige and Jean Craycraft, all of Sarasota; a brother, James H. Sellors of Pasadena; and seven grandchildren.

Cobert Luther Lively, 55, T. Rowe Price analyst

Cobert Luther Lively, a securities analyst, died Sunday of cardiac arrest at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. He was 55.

The Annapolis resident had been employed at T. Rowe Price & Associates' Baltimore headquarters since 1996. Earlier, he was a securities analyst for Riggs Bank in Washington.

The native of Smithers, W. Va., graduated from Rainell High School in 1960.

He enjoyed fishing, boating, deer hunting and computers.

Services were held yesterday.

He is survived by his wife, the former Gaye Fox, whom he married in 1964; a son, Ralph Lively of Annapolis; a daughter, Melissa Lively of Arnold; his mother, Mildred Lively of Charmco, W. Va.; four brothers, Robert Lively and Paul Lively, both of Prince George, Va., Zach Lively of Columbus, Ohio, and Roy Lively of Quinwood, W. Va.; two sisters, Geraldine Buckland of Quinwood and Pam Velasquez of Prince George; and three grandchildren.

Alicia McManamy, 76, insurance company employee

Alicia McManamy, a retired insurance company employee, died Monday at St. Joseph Medical Center of a stroke.

Mrs. McManamy was 76 and lived at Oak Crest Village, the Parkville retirement community.

Born in New York City, the former Alicia Holland moved to Baltimore last year.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at noon today at the chapel in Oak Crest Village, 8800 Walther Blvd.

She is survived by her husband, John C. McManamy, whom she married in 1950; four sons, John L. McManamy and Gerald M. McManamy, both of Newburyport, Mass., Thomas J. McManamy of Charlotte, N.C., and Robert A. McManamy of Homewood, Ill.; a daughter, Lorraine M. Seelaus of Clarksville; and 14 grandchildren.

Pub Date: 4/29/99

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