William W. MacLeod Jr., 55, director of 2 youth camps...

February 24, 2000

William W. MacLeod Jr., 55, director of 2 youth camps

William W. MacLeod Jr., a summer camp administrator and retired educator, died Saturday of a heart attack at his Catonsville home. He was 55.

He was associate director of Camp Airy and Camp Louise, summer camps established for Jewish youths in the Catoctin Mountains in Western Maryland. He had been associated with the camps for 34 years, beginning as a counselor.

Mr. MacLeod taught in the Baltimore school system for 32 years. His most recent position was chairman of the English department at Walbrook High School. He retired in 1998.

"He would spend hours before and after school helping students to graduate," said Marilyn Rondeau, a city principal who is coordinator for the Academy for Educational Leadership in Northeast Baltimore. "Many students at Walbrook excelled academically thanks to his encouragement."

Born in Baltimore, Mr. MacLeod received bachelor's and master's degrees in education from Towson University.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of the Angels Chapel at the Charlestown community, 715 Maiden Choice Lane.

He is survived by his mother, Elizabeth Ann MacLeod of Westminster; a brother, John MacLeod of Eldersburg; two sisters, Linda Reindollar of Georgetown, Ky., and Patricia Peters of Tampa, Fla.; and a companion, Celine Wachter of Catonsville.

Henry B. Marshall Jr., 69, underwriter, mayor in S.C.

Henry Benthall Marshall Jr., the Baltimore County-born former mayor of Camden, S.C., died Monday of cancer at his home there. He was 69.

Born in Garrison, he attended Gilman School and was a graduate of Stuyvestand School in Warrenton, Va. He also attended Cornell University.

He was an officer of Southern Supply Co., a commercial plumbing supply business in Garrison, before he moved in 1956 to Camden, where he was an insurance underwriter. He was elected mayor in 1982 and served one term.

He was president of the Kershaw County United Fund in South Carolina.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Grace Episcopal Church in Camden.

He is survived by his wife, the former Elizabeth M. Wooten, whom he married in 1956; two sons, Henry Benthall Marshall III of Georgetown, S.C., and Thomas Wooten Marshall of Camden; a daughter, Elizabeth Marshall Carter of Mount Pleasant, S.C.; a sister, Katharine Marshall Washburne of Owings Mills; and eight grandchildren.

Scott D. Sibiski, 44, project manager

Scott D. Sibiski, a former Timonium resident who was a project manager for Mid-Atlantic Consultants, died Saturday of colon cancer at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. He was 44 and lived in Wilmington, Del.

Since 1996, Mr. Sibiski had been a project manager for Mid-Atlantic Consultants in Wilmington. Earlier, he had worked in sales for several businesses.

The Timonium native was a 1973 graduate of Dulaney High School, where he was a member of the All-Metro basketball and baseball teams.

He earned a bachelor's degree in business administration in 1977 from the University of Delaware, where he was co-captain of the university's championship baseball team.

He enjoyed vacationing in Rehoboth and Dewey Beach, Del.

He was a communicant of St. Helena Roman Catholic Church, 602 Philadelphia Pike in Wilmington, where a Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. today. He is survived by his wife of 13 years, the former Marianne Monagle; a son, Andrew Sibiski; two daughters, Kelly Sibiski and Meghan Sibiski; his parents, Walter E. Sibiski and Ruth Jane Sibiski of Lutherville; two sisters, Kimberly C. Mudge of Baltimore and Kendel S. Ehrlich of Timonium; and many nephews and nieces.

Lena Mae Vecchioni, 59, postal supervisor

Lena Mae Vecchioni, a retired postal supervisor who enjoyed casino gambling, died Sunday of cardiac arrest at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was 59.

Mrs. Vecchioni retired last month from the main post office in Baltimore, where she had been a postal supervisor for 31 years.

The 25-year Pasadena resident was born Lena M. Long and reared in Brooklyn. She was a graduate of Southern High School.

Her marriage in 1956 to Pietro Vecchioni ended in divorce. Her companion of 20 years, Richard Campbell, died in 1994.

She liked visiting Atlantic City casinos, playing bingo and putting on magic shows with her grandson.

Services will be held at 9 a.m. today at Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. S. W. in Glen Burnie.

She is survived by a daughter, Angela Marie Todd, and a grandson, Donovan Michael Todd, both of Stoney Beach in Anne Arundel County.

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