Carole P. Heiland, 62, electronics assembler Carole P...

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February 03, 2002

Carole P. Heiland, 62, electronics assembler

Carole P. Heiland, a retired electronics assembler, died Monday of pancreatic cancer at her home in White Marsh. She was 62.

A Baltimore native, Ms. Heiland was a 1957 graduate of Western High School. She retired in 2000 after working 22 years for Westinghouse Corp. in Linthicum, later part of Northrop Grumman Corp.

She was divorced from Stephen Warren in 1990, after about 30 years of marriage.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. Feb. 23 at the Butler Fire Hall in Butler.

She is survived by two sons, Wayne Warren of New Hope, Pa., and Kevin Warren of Toronto; two daughters, Becky Waganer of New Freedom, Pa., and Kelly Warren of Bel Air; four brothers, Craig Heiland of Berlin, Gary Heiland of Linthicum, and Gregory Landon and Neil Heiland, both of Baltimore; and three granddaughters.

The family suggested contributions in her memory to the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Bunting Blaustein Center Research Building, Room G89, 1650 Orleans St., Baltimore 21231.

Charles R. Hargrove Sr., 60, rail crew foreman

Charles Rayvon Hargrove Sr., a rail crew foreman, died Tuesday of complications from asbestosis at Bon Secours Hospital. He was 60 and lived in West Baltimore.

Born in Chase City, Va., he attended public schools there and in Baltimore. He worked at the Social Security Administration and Bethlehem Steel and as a disc jockey before joining Amtrak in 1975. He was a foremen of a track crew.

Mr. Hargrove, known as "Fats," enjoyed cooking, music and entertaining.

Services were held yesterday.

He is survived by his wife of more than 40 years, Frances Johnson Hargrove; four sons, Charles Hargrove, Kevin Hargrove, Darian Hargrove and Michael Robinson, all of Baltimore; six daughters, Jacquelyn Hargrove, Aurelia Hargrove, Frenchie Davis-El, Karla Savage, Lashaun Robinson and Christine Robinson, all of Baltimore; three sisters, Brenda Green, Linda Hargrove and Sharon Hargrove Archie, all of Baltimore; 16 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.


Sheldon Allman, 77, a songwriter and actor who was the singing voice of Mr. Ed and composed the theme songs to George of the Jungle and other television shows, died of heart failure Jan. 22 at his home in Culver City, Calif.

In Mr. Ed, a sitcom about Wilbur Post's talking horse, the voice of the title character was provided by Allan Lane. But whenever Mr. Ed sang, the audience heard Mr. Allman, who wrote songs such as "The Pretty Little Filly With the Pony Tail" and "The Empty Feed Bag Blues."

Born in Chicago, Mr. Allman moved to Los Angeles in 1949 and began writing music, singing in nightclubs and acting in film and television. He appeared in the films Hud, In Cold Blood, Dirty Harry, and All the President's Men.

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