Carroll E. Kelbaugh, 87, United Methodist ministerThe Rev...

July 03, 1999

Carroll E. Kelbaugh, 87, United Methodist minister

The Rev. Carroll E. Kelbaugh, a retired United Methodist Church minister, died Sunday of a heart attack at Carroll County General Hospital. He was 87 and a Hampstead resident.

Mr. Kelbaugh was head of the billing department at American Standard Inc. for 31 years and entered the ministry after his 1967 retirement at the age of 55. A 1970 graduate of Wesley Seminary in Washington, he was ordained in the United Methodist Church.

He served churches in Pleasant Grove, Boring and Emory, and several churches in Southern Maryland until retiring from a full-time ministry in 1977. He then was minister of visitation for Catonsville United Methodist Church until 1984.

Born and raised in Hampden, Mr. Kelbaugh was a graduate of Baltimore City College. He was a member of St. John United Methodist Church in Hampstead. Services were held Wednesday.

He is survived by his wife of 63 years, the former Mildred A. Hultin; three sons, Clifford H. Kelbaugh of Poolesville, Carroll L. Kelbaugh of Manchester and Michael K. Kelbaugh of Parkton; two brothers, Emory Kelbaugh of Baltimore and Marvin L. Kelbaugh of Pasadena; two sisters, Anita Flichman of Baltimore and Shirley Harris of Selbyville, Del.; nine grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.

Mamie Ethel Ingram, 77, homemaker, school custodian

Mamie Ethel Ingram, a homemaker and former school custodian, died Tuesday of heart failure at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson. She was 77.

The Northwest Baltimore resident retired in 1984 from Randallstown Senior High School and had been a custodian for Baltimore County public schools for about 15 years.

Mamie Ethel Green was born and reared in Brunswick County, Va., where she graduated from public schools. In 1940, she married to Charlie W. Ingram, who died in 1977.

Mrs. Ingram, who had lived in Baltimore since 1956, liked to sew and make quilts. She also enjoyed gardening and traveling.

She was a member of Wayland Baptist Church, 3200 Garrison Blvd., where services will be held at 10 a.m. today.

She is survived by two sons, George L. Ingram and Rufus T. Ingram, both of Baltimore; two brothers, Norman Green and Hubert Green, both of Baltimore; a sister, Martha Stewart of Portsmouth, Va.; 11 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.

Pub Date: 7/03/99

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