Ann Eckhardt Moylan, 66, historic preservationist Ann...

April 30, 2000

Ann Eckhardt Moylan, 66, historic preservationist

Ann Eckhardt Moylan, who was active in Washington County historic preservation circles, died Tuesday of cancer at her home, The Long Meadows near Hagerstown. She was 66.

She was a volunteer with the Save Historic Antietam Foundation. She was a member of the Washington County Historical Society.

In the 1970s, she restored her home, The Long Meadows and worked to have it listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Born in Glyndon, the former Ann Eckhardt was a 1955 graduate of Western Maryland College, where she received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. In the 1950s, she taught elementary students in Baltimore County public schools.

She was married for 43 years to Daniel Wheeler Moylan, a retired Maryland Circuit Court judge, who survives her.

Funeral services are private.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, Daniel Patrick Moylan of Silver Spring; three daughters, Elizabeth Ann Moylan of Baltimore, Alden Lisa Moylan of Takoma Park and Dana Moylan Wilson of Funkstown.

Jill Irene Popham, 42, church volunteer

Jill Irene Popham, an active volunteer at her church school, died Tuesday of complications from pneumonia at her home in Tampa, Fla. She was 42.

Born and raised in Annapolis, Ms. Popham battled lifelong disabilities that stemmed from a congenital heart defect.

She took special education classes in Anne Arundel County schools and attended Severna Park High School. In 1978, she graduated from the American School in Iran, after her father, who had worked at the former Westinghouse plant near Baltimore-Washington International Airport, was transferred to that country.

After graduation, Ms. Popham volunteered at the library of the American School in Iran, and volunteered from 1979 to 1982 at the American School in Rabat, Morocco, after her father was transferred there.

Ms. Popham moved to Tampa in 1989. She volunteered for about eight years at Temple Terrace Presbyterian Church school in Tampa. She was also active in the church's Bible school program.

Funeral services were held Friday at Temple Terrace Presbyterian Church.

Ms. Popham is survived by her parents, George and Nancy Pop- ham of Tampa; a sister, Melinda Popham of Annapolis; and two brothers, Jeffrey Popham of Warren, R.I., and Andrew Popham of Tooele, Utah.

Nadine Slaughter, 67, janitorial firm owner

Nadine Slaughter, who ran a cleaning business and later became a home health aide, died April 23 of a heart attack at her home in the Arlington section of Baltimore. She was 67.

She retired in 1992, after working as a home health aide for two years.

Born and raised in Baltimore, the former Nadine Curtis graduat- ed from Booker T. Washington High School. She moved to California in the 1960s and studied to become a dental technician. After returning to Baltimore, she operated Upshaw's Janitorial Services in the early 1970s.

Ms. Slaughter completed a home health aide program at Essex Community College in 1989, and worked as an aide until she retired.

A funeral service was held Friday at James A. Morton and Sons funeral home in West Baltimore.

She is survived by a daughter, Faith Upshaw-Jackson; two sons, Donald Gaither of Baltimore and Benjamin Gaither of Reston, Va.; two sisters, Florence Lorraine Jones of Baltimore and Sandra Jean Parker of California; a brother, George Curtis of California; and eight grandchildren.

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