Margaret Kay Hielke, 28, special education teacherMargaret...

October 24, 1999

Margaret Kay Hielke, 28, special education teacher

Margaret Kay Hielke, a Harford County special education teacher, died Monday at Johns Hopkins Hospital of cancer. She was 28.

Born in Merrill, Wis., Ms. Hielke moved with her family to Church- ville when she was 10. She graduated from C. Milton Wright High School in 1990 before attending Harford Community College, where she played on the tennis team for two years.

In 1992 she enrolled at Towson University and graduated with a degree in elementary education in 1994.

After graduation, she moved to Bel Air and took a job at South Hampton Middle School as a special education teacher. She rarely missed a day, even as she received chemotherapy to treat her illness last year, said her mother, Mary Kathryn Hielke of Churchville.

Ms. Hielke loved to work with children and was an avid line dancer, spending evenings with friends practicing her steps.

She was a member of St. Margaret Roman Catholic Church in Bel Air, where a memorial Mass will be offered at 12: 30 p.m. tomorrow.

Besides her mother, Ms. Hielke is survived by her father, E. William Hielke of Churchville; brothers Michael A. Hielke of Churchville and Robert J. Hielke of Madison, Wis.; and sisters Barbara J. Connell of Eau Claire, Wis., Beth Ann Vaubel of Green Lake, Wis., and Susan M. Yerkes of Wilson, N.C.

Edna Roberta Brown, 84, analyst for Coca-Cola

Edna Roberta Brown, a retired Coca-Cola rate analyst and Sunday school teacher, died Tuesday from complications of diabetes at Anne Arundel County Medical Center. She was 84.

Miss Brown, who lived in the Linstead section of Severna Park for 47 years, retired in 1985 from Coca-Cola's Fort Avenue plant in Locust Point. She began her career there as a rate analyst in 1936.

Born and raised in the Brooklyn section of the city, she was a graduate of Southern High School and Strayer's Business College in Baltimore.

For nearly a half-century, she was an active member of Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church, and she taught Sunday school there for years.

She enjoyed traveling and playing bridge.

A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at Woods Memorial Church, 611 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. in Severna Park.

She is survived by a sister, Inez A. Brown of Severna Park, and several nieces and nephews.

Louis William Moses, 72, president of Hamburger's

Louis William Moses, former president of Hamburger's men's stores, died Thursday of Parkinson's disease at his Ocean City home. He was 72.

From 1968 to 1972 he was president and chief executive officer of the headquarters store at Charles and Fayette streets. The Hamburger's chain also had suburban branches.

Born in Pittsburgh, he was an honors graduate of South Hills High School and served as a military policeman for the Army during World War II.

Active in Washington retailing, he headed the Bruce Hunt men's stores there before joining the management of Phillips Van Heusen, Hamburger's owner.

He served as chairman of the Baltimore-Washington Young Presidents Organization in 1970.

After he stepped down in Baltimore and then headed Kennedy's stores in Boston, he was a menswear consultant.

He is survived by his wife, the former Dora DePaul, a homemaker, whom he married 47 years ago.

A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at First Presbyterian Church, 1301 Philadelphia Ave. in Ocean City.

He is survived by sons Robert W. Moses of Mount Airy, James L. Moses of Ocean City and Steven M. Moses of Severn; daughter Diane Moses Butler of Columbia; brothers Francis Moses of Silver Spring and George Moses of Port Richey, Fla.; and seven grandchildren.

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