Toni Kay O'Malley, 53, food broker Toni Kay O'Malley, a...

May 25, 2001

Toni Kay O'Malley, 53, food broker

Toni Kay O'Malley, a retired food broker, died Saturday of multiple myeloma at Fairfax Hospital in Virginia. She was 53 and lived in Fallston.

From 1995 until she left because of failing health, Mrs. O'Malley was the Southeastern region sales representative for the Original Nut House in Baltimore. Earlier, she was a food broker for many years at K.L.F., a Columbia food broker.

Born Toni Kay Chandler in Bristol, Va., she was a graduate of Irvington High School and moved to Washington in 1968.

In 1985, she married Patrick O'Malley Sr., who survives her.

Mrs. O'Malley enjoyed reading and traveling.

She was a member of the Church of the Open Door in Westminster.

Services were held Monday.

She also is survived by two brothers, Lyndal Chandler and Mitchell Chandler, both of Dant, Va.; four sisters, Norma Honaker of Alexandria, Va., Joanne Stathes of Silver Spring, Charlene Clark of Detroit and Linda Eisenbarth of Fairfax; and a stepson, Patrick O'Malley Jr. of Owings Mills.

Robert L. Payne Sr., 85, industrial arts teacher

Robert Lloyd Payne Sr., a retired educator, died of a stroke Wednesday at Sinai Hospital. He was 85.

Since last year, after many years as a Walbrook resident, Mr. Payne had lived at Belvedere Towers Apartments in Roland Park.

He had been an industrial arts instructor and, later, department chairman at Cherry Hill Junior High School. He retired in 1978.

Born in San Antonio, Mr. Payne received a bachelor's degree in education from Prairie View State College in Texas and a master's degree in education from New York University.

During World War II, he served in Europe and was discharged with the rank of captain in 1945.

He volunteered with Meals On Wheels and was an avid bowler. He was a member of the Socialites, a social club that bowled regularly at Brunswick Lanes in Columbia.

He also liked playing poker and pinochle.

He was a member of Grace Presbyterian Church, 2604 Banister Road, where a memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday.

He is survived by his wife of 58 years, the former Edith Alice Davis; a son, Robert L. Payne Jr. of Columbia; and a daughter, Patricia Payne of Randallstown.

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