Jacquelyn A. Jackson, 43, child development...

May 14, 1999

Jacquelyn A. Jackson, 43, child development instructor

Jacquelyn Agnes Jackson, a former child development instructor at a Baltimore day care center, died Tuesday of pancreatic cancer at Union Memorial Hospital. She was 43 and lived in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood.

Miss Jackson took disability retirement this year after 20 years as a child development instructor at the Upton Day Care Center on Pennsylvania Avenue.

The lifelong resident of Sandtown-Winchester in West Baltimore was a member of the first graduating class at Lake Clifton High School in 1974. She earned a bachelor's degree from Sojourner-Douglass College in 1996.

She had been a volunteer at the McKim Community Center in East Baltimore since 1970.

Miss Jackson was a communicant and member of the usher board at St. Peter Claver Roman Catholic Church, 1542 N. Fremont Ave., where a Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 6 p.m. Tuesday .

She is survived by a son, Larry Williams of Baltimore; her father, William T. Jackson Sr. of Baltimore; three brothers, Michael Valentine, William T. Jackson Jr. and Lennard V. Jackson, all of Baltimore; two sisters, Andrea D. Butler and Fieza Mohammed, both of Baltimore; and many nieces and nephews.

Juanita E. Johnson, 80, physical therapist

Juanita E. Johnson, a retired physical therapist, died Saturday at Caton Manor nursing home in West Baltimore from complications of a stroke. She was 80 and lived in Sandtown-Winchester.

Miss Johnson joined the old Children's Rehabilitation Institute in Cockeysville in 1951. The institute later became part of Kennedy-Krieger Institute from which she retired in 1984.

The native of Norfolk, Va., came to Baltimore in 1924 and graduated from public schools.

She had been a communicant of St. Gregory the Great Roman Catholic Church and, at her death, was an active member of Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, Mosher Street and Druid Hill Avenue, where she sang in the choir and volunteered with the church's food bank.

Services will be held at 11: 30 a.m. today at Nutter Funeral Home, 2501 Gwynns Falls Parkway.

She is survived by a son, Theodore L. Johnson of Rosedale; a daughter, Ermille A. Spence of Baltimore; a brother, James Johnson of New York City; four grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and 13 great-great-grandchildren.

Helen Olivia Penn, 43, secretary in city schools

Helen Olivia Penn, a secretary in the Baltimore public school system, died Tuesday after complications from surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was 43 and lived in Northwest Baltimore.

Mrs. Penn was a secretary at Lafayette Elementary School in West Baltimore. She joined the school system in 1977 and first worked at Northwestern High School.

The former Helen Olivia Trent was a Baltimore native and a 1974 graduate of Forest Park High School.

Her 1975 marriage to Adrian Penn ended in divorce.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Mount Hope Baptist Church, 1716 Gwynns Falls Parkway.

She is survived by two daughters, Tia Penn-Barrett and Schenia Penn; four sisters, Joyce M. Miller-Barnes, Georgette T. Pettit, Georgia M. Perry and Carolyn L. Trent, all of Baltimore; and four grandchildren.

John J. Brockmeyer, 80, Sun circulation manager

John J. Brockmeyer, a retired circulation manager for The Sun, died Monday of a stroke at North Arundel Hospital. He was 80 and lived in Severna Park.

Mr. Brockmeyer joined the paper in 1968 after working for the Maryland Gazette in Glen Burnie. He retired in 1982.

Born on Milton Avenue in East Baltimore, he moved to Severna Park, where his parents ran a grocery store beside the tracks of the old Washington Baltimore & Annapolis interurban electric railroad. He attended local public schools and served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. He was called up during the Korean War.

He was a charter member of the Holy Name Society at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Severna Park, American Legion Severn Post 175 and the Severna Park Rotary.

Services were held Wednesday.

He is survived by his wife, the former Marie F. Shiroky, whom he married in 1947; two daughters, Carol M. Brockmeyer of Bel Air and Mary M. Roell of Severna Park; a sister, Dorothy Weeks of Melbourne, Fla.; and a grandson.

June D. Saul, 78, homemaker, library clerk

June D. Saul, a homemaker and former clerk at the Enoch Pratt Free Library, died Monday of Alzheimer's disease at Dulaney-Towson Health Care Center. She was 78 and lived in Northwood.

Mrs. Saul worked in the circulation department of the Pratt's central library on Cathedral Street during the 1960s and 1970s.

Born June Schaeffer in Kutztown, Pa., she earned a bachelor's degree from Kutztown University.

In 1941, she married Willard D. Saul, who died in 1993.

Services will be held at 10: 30 a.m. today at Ludwick Funeral Home in Kutztown.

She is survived by two sons, Stephen W. Saul of Towson and Frederick A. Saul of Paris; two daughters, Virginia A. Yacovissi of Falls Church, Va., and Marjorie E. Lerner of Sonoma, Calif.; a brother, Lester Schaeffer of Irving, Texas; and four grandchildren.

Pub Date: 5/14/99

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