Lisa Marie Jones, 33, shoe store district manager Lisa...

March 31, 2000

Lisa Marie Jones, 33, shoe store district manager

Lisa Marie Jones, former district manager for Enzo Angiolini shoe stores, died Tuesday from complications of multiple sclerosis at St. Agnes HealthCare. She was 33.

Miss Jones, a North Calvert Street resident, retired in 1997 from Enzo Angiolini. She had worked for three years managing the company's New York stores.

Earlier, she had managed stores in New York for five years.

Born in West Baltimore, Miss Jones graduated from Forest Park High School.

She enjoyed attending the theater and wrote poetry and children's stories.

She was a volunteer with the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Miss Jones was a member of First Church of Power and Deliverance in Baltimore.

Services will be held at 7 p.m. today at Perkins Square Baptist Church, 2500 Edmondson Ave.

She is survived by her mother, Jerristene Jones-Berry; a brother, Anthony Jermayne Jones; two sisters, Tanyah Michelle Jones and Kristen Shannon Jones-Berry; her paternal grandmother, Louise Jones; her maternal grandparents, Jerry and Elouise Harps; and her stepfather, Gordon Wayne Berry. All are of Baltimore.

Frederick Tasanta Hines, 60, Baltimore postal worker

Frederick Tasanta Hines, a retired postal worker, died Tuesday of cancer at his Randallstown home. He was 60.

From 1957 to 1992, he worked at the downtown Baltimore post office and retired as truck fleet manager.

Born in Glen Burnie, he was raised in Halethorpe and was a 1957 graduate of Benjamin Banneker High School.

He played golf daily, regardless of season or weather, at Carroll Park, where he also worked in his retirement.

He was a volunteer at Northwest Hospital Center.

Services will be held at 1 p.m. today at Kaufman Funeral Home at Meadowridge Memorial Park, 7250 Washington Blvd., Elkridge.

He is survived by his wife, the former Cynthia Thompson, whom he married in 1959; three daughters, Brigette Madison and Fredericka Johnson, both of Owings Mills, and Tanya P. Hines of Randallstown; a sister, Wendolyn Hancock of Arbutus; two brothers, Wayne Hines of Woodlawn and Dwight Hines of Randallstown; and two granddaughters.

Ida L. Neifeld, 63, homemaker, tax preparer

Ida L. Neifeld, a homemaker and former tax preparer, died Tuesday of heart failure at Good Samaritan Hospital. She was 63.

Mrs. Neifeld, who lived in Parkville for 38 years, had worked as a manager, tax preparer and instructor in the Hamilton office of H&R Block for about 10 years before she left the company in the early 1980s.

During the late 1960s and early 1970s, she was a sales representative for Princess House and organized home demonstrations at which she sold the company's crystal and glassware.

Born Ida L. Wilkinson in Hamilton, she graduated from Eastern High School.

Mrs. Neifeld enjoyed traveling by steamship and was an avid reader of mysteries. She also liked watching classic Hollywood films and doing crossword puzzles.

She was a member of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church and the Delta Delta Chapter of Sigma Phi Gamma Sorority.

Graveside services will be held at 11: 30 a.m. tomorrow at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, 200 E. Padonia Road, Timonium.

She is survived by her husband, Malcolm A. Neifeld, whom she married in 1962; a son, Mark A. Neifeld of Tucson, Ariz.; a brother, David Wilkinson of Harker Heights, Texas; and a grandson.

Thomas B. Robertson III, 74, businessman, Realtor

Thomas Bolling Robertson III, a retired Realtor and businessman, died Wednesday of emphysema at his Roland Park home. He was 74.

Known as Bolling, he retired in 1984 from Grempler Realty Inc., where he had worked for 12 years. Earlier, he was a businessman in Wilmington, Del. From 1951 to 1966, he managed Candle Craft's candle-making plant in Los Angeles.

Born in Haymarket, Va., he moved to Short Hills, N.J., and graduated from high school in Milburn, N.J.

He joined the Marine Corps during World War II and was discharged as a lieutenant. He returned to Princeton University, where he was a member of the varsity football team, and earned a bachelor's degree in 1947.

He was an active alumnus and member of the Princeton Club and the Virginians of Maryland.

He was a communicant of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer and volunteered with Meals On Wheels and Paul's Place, a Southwest Baltimore outreach center.

He was married for 50 years to the former Ann Cleveland, a granddaughter of President Grover Cleveland, who survives him.

A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow in the chapel of Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles St.

Other survivors include a son, Thomas Bolling Robertson IV of Budapest; two daughters, Elizabeth A. Rowe of Tamworth, N.H., and Ruth Cleveland Robertson Abarbanel of Boston; two brothers, J. W. Payton Robertson of Norfolk, Va., and Donald Bruce Robertson of Irvington, Va.; a sister, Anne R. Butter of Cologne, Minn.; and two grandchildren.


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