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March 07, 2000

Donald Hummel Wilson, 86, bank executive

Donald Hummel Wilson, a former president of Eutaw Savings Bank of Baltimore, died Feb. 29 of a heart attack at Charlestown retirement community in Catonsville. He was 86.

The longtime Glyndon resident had lived at Charlestown since 1993.

Mr. Wilson began his career as a teller with Eutaw Savings Bank of Baltimore, at Eutaw and Fayette streets, in 1934. He was named president in 1966, a post he held until the merger with Maryland National Bank in 1974. He retired as a regional vice president of Maryland National in 1977.

He had been president of the Glyndon Building Association, a member of Historical Glyndon and a trustee of Glyndon United Methodist Church.

He had been a financial counselor and treasurer of Houses Inc., which helped low-income people buy homes. He also helped establish, with the Rev. Fred Hanna, the now-closed Wilson-Hanna House in Reisterstown for homeless men.

As a longtime member of Reisterstown Kiwanis Club, Mr. Wilson helped introduce the "Terrific Kids" program to Baltimore area schools.

Born in Sparrows Point and raised in Catonsville, he was a 1932 graduate of Friends School. During World War II, he was a cryptographer in England with the 8th Air Force.

A memorial service was held Saturday.

He is survived by his wife of 60 years, the former Marjorie McKee; three daughters, Sara W. Black and Nancy W. Halgren, both of Manchester-By-The-Sea, Mass., and Marjorie W. Culp of Houston; a brother, William Meredith Wilson of Santa Barbara, Calif.; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Mary E. Hubbard, 83, homemaker, churchwoman

Mary Elizabeth Hubbard, a homemaker and churchwoman, died Wednesday of complications from Parkinson's disease at Chesapeake Future Care Facility in Arnold. She was 83 and a former Severna Park resident.

Born Mary Elizabeth Craig, she was raised in southern Baltimore and graduated from Southern High School.

Mrs. Hubbard, who had lived for more than 40 years at Holly Run Farm in Severna Park, was a member of Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church, where she participated in many activities.

She also was the founder of the "Christmas in July" entertainment program, presented annually at Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson, where she had been a board member.

Interested in amateur theatricals, she and her husband, Henry C. Hubbard, were known in Anne Arundel County for their interpretation of the song "Me and My Shadow." They performed in church shows and in local restaurants.

The couple, who married in 1936, enjoyed touring Europe and taking steamship cruises. Mr. Hubbard died in 1994 and their son, Craig Henry Hubbard, died last year.

Services will be held at 1: 30 p.m. today at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church, 611 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., Severna Park.

She is survived by a brother, Vernon Craig of Ocean City.

Eleanor B. Conley Lee, 79, volunteer for Red Cross

Eleanor Brooke Conley Lee, a former Red Cross volunteer, died Saturday of heart failure at her Gulfstream, Fla., home. She was 79 and had lived in Frederick County.

In 1941, she founded the Frederick Red Cross Motor Corps, a World War II volunteer group.

Eleanor Brooke Conley was born in Guilford Farm in Frederick County, where she resided throughout much of her life.

She was the great-granddaughter of A. S. Abell, founder of The Sun.

She attended Frederick Academy of the Visitation and was a graduate of Georgetown Academy of the Visitation in Washington.

She was a member of the Mount Vernon Club in Baltimore, the Louisville River Valley Club, the Colonial Dames and the Gulfstream Bath and Tennis Club.

In 1942, she married Augustus Wilson Lee, a USF&G official, who died in 1984.

A Mass will be offered at 11 a.m. today at Visitation Academy Chapel, 200 E. Second St., Frederick.

She is survived by a son, Philip O'Donnell Lee of Easton; a daughter, Christina Lee Brown of Louisville, Ky.; a sister, Mary Claire Pitts of Baltimore; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

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