Elizabeth H. Davenport, 84, homemaker Elizabeth Hay...

January 12, 2002

Elizabeth H. Davenport, 84, homemaker

Elizabeth Hay Davenport, a homemaker, died Tuesday of pneumonia at Brightwood Retire ment Community, where she had lived the past four years. She was 84 and had lived in Hereford since 1948.

Born and raised in Charleston, S.C., Elizabeth Sutherland Hay attended the College of Charleston.

Mrs. Davenport was a member of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America and the Huguenot Society of South Carolina, and a volunteer with Arts for Hospitals.

Graveside services will be held at noon today at Immanuel Episcopal Church, 1509 Glencoe Road, Glencoe.

She is survived by her husband of 60 years, George Montraville Davenport Jr.; two daughters, Juliette Davenport Forbes of Fallston and Elizabeth Davenport Goodykoontz of Richmond, Va.; a sister, Margaret Hay Stallings of New Bern, N.C.; three granddaughters; and four great-grandchildren.

Barry Melvin Pachino, 65, liquor store owner

Barry Melvin Pachino, owner of Shoppers Discount Liquors, died Thursday of kidney disease at Northwest Hospital Center. He was 65 and lived in Pikesville.

Since 1975, Mr. Pachino owned Shoppers Discount Liquors in Lochearn, and was president and owner of the business at his death.

In 1959, he opened Family Discount Liquors on Harford Road in Northeast Baltimore, which he operated until becoming a partner in Shoppers Discount Liquors.

Born in Baltimore and raised on Tioga Parkway, he graduated from City College in 1956 and attended the University of Maryland. He also served in the Army.

Mr. Pachino's philanthropic interests included the Talmudical Academy of Baltimore and the Kidney Association of Maryland. He was also a benefactor of the Judith and Barry M. Pachino Transplant Fund at the University of Maryland Medical Center and the Joel H. Pachino Research Fund of the Kidney Foundation of Maryland.

Mr. Pachino also was a member of Beth Am Congregation.

"His hobby was his business. He enjoyed every minute of it and looked forward to going to work everyday," said his wife of 32 years, the former Judith Belove.

Services for Mr. Pachino were held yesterday.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by a son, Bruce H. Pachino of California; his mother, Anne G. Pachino of Baltimore; a sister, Susan Winegard of New York City; a stepson, Eric Glick of Baltimore; a stepdaughter, Cari Becker of Baltimore; and three grandchildren.

E. Catherine Kane, 89, tennis player, volunteer

E. Catherine Kane, an avid tennis and bridge player, died Wednesday of undetermined causes at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 89.

The Towson resident learned to play tennis in her youth in Clifton Park and near her North Avenue home. She played the sport until she was 84. She was a longtime member of the Homeland Racquet Club and the Orchard Indoor Tennis Club.

She also volunteered with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the Hampton National Mansion near Towson.

Mrs. Kane was a world traveler and particularly enjoyed traveling by airplane. She recently flew to Colorado to attend a family reunion. She led an active and vigorous life, and once celebrated a family wedding by dancing the Charleston.

Born E. Catherine Lohmuller, she graduated from Eastern High School and attended Ohio Wesleyan University. She married James E. Kane Jr. in 1935. Mr. Kane, a former BGE official, died in 1973.

Mrs. Kane was a member of Towson United Methodist Church, 501 Hampton Lane. A memorial service will be held there at 2 p.m. today.

Mrs. Kane is survived by a son, John B. Kane of Bel Air; two sisters, M. Bernice Bunnecke of Wilsonville, Ore., and Betty O. VanAllen of San Diego; two grandchildren; a great-grandson; and two step-grandchildren. A son, James E. Kane III, died in 1995.

Deaths Elsewhere

Terry Ehrich, 60, longtime publisher of Hemmings Motor News and founder of the First Day Foundation, died of lung cancer Thursday in Albany, N.Y.

Mr. Ehrich had been publisher of the catalog for car collectors since 1968. He moved the company to Bennington, Vt., in 1970. It now has 140 employees and a circulation of about 260,000.

Mr. Ehrich was also known for starting the First Day Foundation, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to getting parents more involved in their children's schooling. President Bill Clinton awarded him the President's Service Award in 1999 for his work.

Donald Eugene Strandness Jr., 73, a vascular surgeon who developed noninvasive techniques to detect obstructions in veins and arteries, died in Bellevue, Wash., on Monday of pulmonary failure.

Dr. Strandness, a former president of the Society for Vascular Surgery and former chief of vascular surgery at the University of Washington medical school, was the author or co-author of 14 books and 405 articles.

As a surgical resident at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Seattle, he began working with Doppler devices and later with high-frequency pulsed ultrasound to diagnose blockages in blood vessels.

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