Mary Magelean Wynn, 67, middle school teacher Mary...

March 18, 2000

Mary Magelean Wynn, 67, middle school teacher

Mary Magelean Wynn, a retired teacher, died Monday of cancer at her Odenton home. She was 67.

The former longtime Chesapeake, Va., resident moved to Mary Wynn Odenton several years ago.

She taught middle school in Suffolk, Va., public schools for 18 years before retiring in 1995.

One of 14 children, Mary M. Grant was born in Courtland, Va., and raised in Petersburg, Va., where she dropped out of high school to help support her family.

"She always wanted to get a college education and returned to school after her children were grown to earn her GED. She was 39 and she finally realized her dream," said a daughter, Phyllis G. Anderson of Martinez, Ga.

Mrs. Wynn earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education in 1977 and a master's degree in urban affairs in 1985, both from Norfolk State University in Virginia, and was awarded an honorary doctorate in the humanities by Trinity Hall College and Seminary in Louisville, Ky., in 1995.

She was a longtime member of the Church of God in Christ and in recent years was an active member of Kingdom Builders Church of God in Christ in Hanover, Md.

In 1950, she married Joe Nick Wynn Sr., from whom she was divorced in 1979.

Services will be held at noon Monday at Garden Worship Center, 1001 Church St., Norfolk.

In addition to her daughter, she is survived by two sons, Joe N. Wynn Jr. of Bladensburg and Darryal Omar Wynn of Baltimore; two other daughters, Gloria Ann Lilly of Odenton and Brenda Cypress of Hampton, Va.; a brother, Robert Grant of Richmond, Va.; six sisters, Edna Burrows, Ella Mae Wilkins, Janie Powell, Iris Epps and Dorothy Mae Jackson, all of Petersburg, and Evelyn Dancy of Sierra Vista, Ariz.; five grandchildren; and two great-grand- daughters.

Ella S. Brogden, 100, Baltimore housekeeper

Ella S. Brogden, a retired housekeeper, died Monday of heart failure at Villa St. Michael Nursing and Retirement Center. She was 100 and had lived on Carlton Street.

The former Ella Simms was born in Elkridge, where she attended school and was a member of Unity Baptist Church. She moved to Baltimore as a young woman and was a housekeeper for local families. She retired about 40 years ago.

In her West Baltimore neighborhood, she would provide lodging, plates of food and even small loans to neighbors.

"She opened her doors to assist her neighbors," said her granddaughter, Sharon Dutton of Baltimore.

She was married for many years to William Lorenzo Brogden, who died in 1955.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Nutter Funeral Home, 2501 Gwynns Falls Parkway.

She is survived by a son, Donald Brown of Baltimore; a daughter, Elvira Ellis of Baltimore; 25 grandchildren; and many great-grandchildren.

Bernard B. Lochte Jr., 85, Esskay vice president

Bernard Bonaventura Lochte Jr., a retired Esskay vice president who later sold real estate, died yesterday from complications of emphysema at the home of a son in Riderwood. He was 85.

Mr. Lochte began his career in 1934 in the pork products division of Schluderberg-Kurdle Co. Inc., the former East Baltimore meatpacking company that marketed its products under the Esskay label. He retired in the 1970s.

After retiring, Mr. Lochte launched a second career as a real estate agent, working for Russell T. Baker & Co. and Imperial Realty in Cross Keys. He retired a second time in 1997.

A former resident of Wyman Park Apartments, Mr. Lochte was born and raised in Homeland. He was a 1933 graduate of Loyola High School and earned his bachelor's degree from Loyola College in 1937.

He was married in 1944 to Charlotte Boecker, who died in 1986.

He was a member of the Paint and Powder Club and the Engineering Society of Baltimore. He was a founding member of the Roland Park pool.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered for Mr. Lochte at 10 a.m. Monday at SS. Philip and James Roman Catholic Church, North Charles and 29th streets.

He is survived by three sons, Bernard B. Lochte III of Riderwood, Robert W. Lochte of Towson and Carl S. Lochte of Woodberry; a sister, Rita Lochte Bauer of Towson; four grandsons; two great-grandsons; and a special friend, Anne Hancock, of Mount Washington.

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Pub Date: 3/18/00

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