Joan Daly Murphy, 71, telemarketing firm officialJoan Daly...

August 30, 1999

Joan Daly Murphy, 71, telemarketing firm official

Joan Daly Murphy, an official of a telemarketing company, died of cancer Friday at her Guilford home. She was 71.

She was vice president and treasurer of Anlon Inc. in Towson, a company owned by her husband, for about 10 years.

The former Joan Daly, a Baltimore native, attended Notre Dame Preparatory School and graduated from Greenwood School in 1947.

An avid tennis and bridge player and member of Baltimore Country Club, she also enjoyed gardening and flower arranging.

She was a congregant of the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St., where a Memorial Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. today.

She is survived by her husband of 51 years, E. Hanlon Murphy; three sons, Edward H. Murphy Jr. of Glastonbury, Conn., Lee Daly Murphy of Virginia Beach, Va., and Timothy Clark Murphy of Huntsville, Ala.; two daughters, Holly Spector of Towson and Sissy Murphy Nye of York, Pa.; a brother, Lee E. Daly Jr. of Lewes, Del.; a sister, Marianna Edmunds of Ruxton; and 14 grandchildren.

Lynn Susan Rindler, 48, hostess at Sheraton hotel

Lynn Susan Rindler, a hostess for 15 years at Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, died Saturday of cancer at her Baltimore home. She was 48.

Born in Elizabeth, N.J., Ms. Rindler moved to Baltimore 30 years ago. She graduated from Maryland Institute, College of Art in 1973.

She was an accomplished calligrapher who enjoyed photography and travel.

Graveside services were set for today in Iselin, N.J.

She is survived by her mother, Selma Rindler of Jamesburg, N.J.; two sisters, Diane Marcia Magida of Darnestown and Ruth Karen Lubart of New York City; a companion, Thomas Pohl of Baltimore; two nieces and a nephew.

Iris A. Steffens, 65, real estate agent, painter

Iris A. Steffens, a real estate agent and artist whose specialty was oil portraits, died Friday of lung cancer at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. She was 65.

The Cockeysville resident, who focused on condominium sales as an associate of Michael Yerman Co., retired because of her illness several years ago. Before that, she was an X-ray technician for eight years at Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

The former Iris Smith was born in Baltimore and raised in Roland Park. She graduated from Forest Park High School.

Services will be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow at Ruck Towson Funeral Home Inc., 1050 York Road.

She is survived by her husband of 25 years, Joseph W. Steffens of Cockeysville; two sons, Scott Nicklas of Baldwin and Talbot Nicklas of Hunt Valley; a daughter, Deborah A. Beck of Parkland, Fla.; her mother, Betty Smith of Roland Park; and seven grandchildren.

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