Dr. Donald Buckey Bond, 83, public health physician Dr...

July 29, 2000

Dr. Donald Buckey Bond, 83, public health physician

Dr. Donald Buckey Bond, a public health physician, died Sunday of cancer at Buckingham's Choice Nursing Home in Buckeystown. He was 83 and had lived in Guerneville, Calif.

He retired in 1981 as chief of the California Crippled Children's Bureau, a part of the state's health department. He had earlier served in its tuberculosis control section.

Born in Westminster, Dr. Bond was a graduate of Franklin High School in Reisterstown, Western Maryland College and the University of Maryland medical school, where he received his degree in 1948. He also earned a master's degree in public health from the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health in 1960.

Dr. Bond served in the Army Medical Corps from 1948 to 1952 and practiced medicine in Reisterstown from 1953 through the early 1960s.

He collected American antiques and also was interested in genealogy and Native American studies.

Funeral services were held Thursday in New Windsor.

Dr. Bond is survived by his two brothers, Robert N. Bond and Eugene D. Bond, both of Reisterstown; and several nieces and nephews.

Timothy U. Neimiller, 38, air conditioning mechanic

Timothy Ulysses Neimiller, an air conditioning mechanic, drowned Sunday in the South River off Woodland Beach in Edgewater. He was 38 and lived in Severn.

He had worked as a mechanic at John Buckmaster Enterprises in Edgewater for the past year.

Mr. Neimiller spent his life on the water - crabbing and fishing and tinkering with machinery and motors. Born in Annapolis, he attended Annapolis High School.

Relatives recalled that he shoveled snow in the winter for his neighbors and helped them with yard work.

Mr. Neimiller is survived by his mother, Esther Neimiller of Severn; and two brothers, Jeffrey Neimiller of Glen Burnie and Charles Neimiller of Severn.

Services were held Thursday in Annapolis.

Sister Ann of Child Jesus, 94, Carmelite nun

Sister Ann of the Child Jesus, a Carmelite nun, died Monday of cancer at Villa Maria Health Care Center in Woodbrook. She was 94.

Born Ann Josephine Murphy in Carnalway, County Kildare, Ireland, she immigrated to the United States when she was 15. She entered the Carmelite Monastery, then located at Caroline and Biddle streets, in 1928. She made a final profession of her vows in 1933 and took the name Sister Ann of the Child Jesus.

She worked in the monastery kitchen for many years.

A Mass of the Resurrection will be offered at 9:30 a.m. today at the Carmelite Monastery, 1318 Dulaney Valley Road.

Sister Ann is survived by nieces and nephews.

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