Sister M. Martina Lancaster, 84, dietitian and...

June 12, 1999

Sister M. Martina Lancaster, 84, dietitian and educator

Sister Mary Martina Lancaster, O.S.P., a former educator and dietitian, died Monday of heart failure at the Oblate Sisters of Providence motherhouse near Arbutus. She was 84.

Sister Martina had been administrator of the order's health care center since 1993 and moved to the motherhouse in 1987.

Born Bertha Virginia Lancaster in Piscataway, Prince George's County, she entered the Oblate Sisters of Providence in 1938 and professed her vows in 1941.

She served as a dietitian or teacher in various cities, including Baltimore, Charleston, S.C., Washington, St. Louis, Chicago, New Orleans and Detroit.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered Thursday

She is survived by two sisters, Mary Webster and Evelyn Hill, both of Washington.

Hugh Graham, 68, home improvement worker

Hugh Graham, who worked for several Baltimore home improvement companies, died Tuesday of cancer at Joseph Richey Hospice Inc. on North Eutaw Street. He was 68.

Mr. Graham, who lived in the Wyman House Apartments, worked for several years as a roofer before retiring in 1994. Born and reared on Fremont Avenue in West Baltimore, he was a graduate of Douglass High School.

He enjoyed watching movies and reading.

Services will be held at noon Monday at the William C. Brown Community Funeral Home, 1206 W. North Ave.

He is survived by two brothers, William H. Graham of Mount Airy and Carl D. Graham of Jamaica; a sister, Dorothy Graham of Baltimore; and several nieces and nephews.

Monsignor Robert Kline, 80, Mount St. Mary's president

Monsignor Robert R. Kline, a former president of Mount St. Mary's College and Seminary who taught philosophy at the school for four decades, died at the home of his nephew in Steelton, Pa., on June 5. He was 80.

Born in Williamsport, Pa., he came to Mount St. Mary's as a freshman in 1937. He left briefly after completing his studies and then returned in 1946 as a member of the faculty.

From 1961 to 1967, he served as the college's 18th president. After his presidency, he returned to teaching, retiring from full-time instruction in 1987.

Milton Paul Bogucki, 79, retired printer

Milton Paul Bogucki, a retired printer, died Monday of heart failure at his Towson home. He was 79 and had lived for many years on Gibbons Avenue in Hamilton.

Mr. Bogucki was a printer for The Sun from 1946 until his retirement in 1981.

Born in Highlandtown, he attended local schools and the Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School. During World War II, he served with the Army Signal Corps as a cryptographer in the European and Pacific theaters.

He was a member of the Baltimore Opera Guild and the Friends of the Baltimore Symphony and enjoyed traveling, photography and gourmet cooking.

His wife, the former Jeannette Bartos, died in 1996.

A memorial Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, 9215 Old Harford Road.

He is survived by a daughter, Susan L. Patterson of Parkville; two sisters, Dolores Bocchetta of Randallstown and Florence Stutz of Baltimore; a grandson and a great-grandson.

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