Marion Inez Leimbach, 81, Guilford homemakerMarion Inez...

June 07, 1999

Marion Inez Leimbach, 81, Guilford homemaker

Marion Inez Leimbach, a homemaker, bridge player and longtime Guilford resident, died Thursday of cancer at her Warrenton Road home. She was 81.

At the time of her death, Mrs. Leimbach was serving on the volunteer board of Keswick Multi-Care Center, where she had volunteered for many years.

Born Marion Inez Geiger, she was a descendant of Sir Walter Raleigh, the English statesman and explorer, according to her son, Robert Edward Myers II of Guilford.

Raised in West Baltimore, she was a graduate of Western High School. Her 1938 marriage to Edward Thomas Myers ended in divorce. She was married in 1974 to Parker Leimbach, who died in 1990.

A memorial service was held Saturday in the chapel of St. David Episcopal Church.

In addition to her son, Mrs. Leimbach is survived by two daughters, Patricia Ann Sauer of Huntington Beach, Calif., and Pamela Inez Fairfax of Hailey, Idaho; two sisters, Anna D. Geiger of Towson and Mary M. Didush of Ocala, Fla.; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

Dorothy Ruth England, 77, billing clerk

Dorothy Ruth England, a former billing clerk with Buffalo Tank Co., a subsidiary of Bethlehem Steel Corp. in Fairfield, died of pancreatic cancer Thursday at her home in Baltimore. She was 77.

The former Dorothy Ruth Sallin was born in Baltimore and graduated from Southern High School. She was a member of Bou-Tem-Sci, the women's group of the Boumi Temple, and Brooklyn Heights United Methodist Church.

Her husband, Kenneth H. England, died in 1996.

Services were held Saturday.

She is survived by a daughter, Shirley Ruth England of Brooklyn Park.

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Pub Date: 6/07/99

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