Joseph G. Haynes Sr., 72, Westinghouse supervisor...

April 02, 2002

Joseph G. Haynes Sr., 72, Westinghouse supervisor

Joseph Gordon Haynes Sr., a retired Westinghouse supervisor who raised funds for a Catonsville school, died Saturday of cancer at his Catonsville home. He was 72 and had earlier lived in Edmondson Heights.

Before his 1992 retirement, he was a drafting supervisor at the Linthicum Westinghouse plant, where he had worked for 42 years.

Born in Baltimore and raised on Catonsville's Melvin Avenue, he was a graduate of St. Mark paro- chial school and Mount St. Joseph High School, where he was a member of the Class of 1948 and played for its football team.

In the early 1980s he organized a Pikesville Armory bull roast to benefit Mount de Sales Academy of the Visitation, a Catonsville high school. He also ran its Christmas bazaars and spaghetti dinners.

"He had an inviting personality and a great commitment to keeping the school open," said the Rev. Michael J. Roach, Mount de Sales board president. "He backed it up with incredible hard work."

Mr. Haynes coached the Edmondson Little League in the 1960s and 1970s. He also was host of Westinghouse company crab feats and oyster roasts.

A memorial Mass will be offered at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church, Route 40 West at St. Agnes Lane, where he was an usher for 35 years.

He is survived by his wife of 52 years, the former Marie R. LeBrou; a son, Joseph Gordon Haynes Jr. of Ellicott City; two daughters, Robin M. Kinzer of Catonsville and Ann Marie Waesche of Arbutus; three sisters, Patricia McNaney of Ellicott City, Helen Goebel of Catonsville and Mary Margaret Diehlman Scheeler of Catonsville; and two granddaughters.

William J. Youells, 81, veteran, radar worker

William J. Youells, a retired Westinghouse radar worker, died of complications of emphysema Wednesday at his home in the Medfield section of North Baltimore. He was 81.

He repaired military aircraft radar systems for Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Linthicum, where he worked for 30 years.

Born in Edwardsville, Pa., where he was raised and attended public school, he joined the Army at 16 and served nearly 10 years. He was stationed in the Philippines, France, Belgium and Germany and was discharged with the rank of sergeant. He was awarded the Bronze Star for his service as a combat infantryman.

A member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Sheridan Hood Post in Hampden, he built birdhouses, which he gave to family and friends. He also crabbed and fished.

Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. today at Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, 3631 Falls Road.

He is survived by his wife of 54 years, the former Jackie Chapman; a son, Edward Patrick Youells of Parkville; and two grandchildren.

Anna B. Coleman, 78, school administrator

Anna Beatrice Coleman, a retired Baltimore County public schools vice principal, died Wednesday of a lung ailment at Sinai Hospital. She was 78 and lived in Pikesville.

Born in Camden, N.J., she was a graduate of Philadelphia High School for Girls and earned a degree from what is now Morgan State University in 1944. In 1956 she received a master's degree from Temple University in Philadelphia.

During her 30-year career in the Baltimore County public school system, she taught at Sparrows Point and at Sollers Point high schools, and Arbutus Middle School. After several years as a guidance counselor at Milford Mill High School she was named vice principal. She retired in 1982.

Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Sharp Street Memorial United Methodist Church, Dolphin and Etting streets, where she was a member.

Miss Coleman is survived by two brothers, the Rev. William F. Coleman of Philadelphia and the Rev. John W. Coleman of Randallstown; a sister, Mary E. Cuff of Dover, Del.; and nephews and nieces.

Edward W. Langdon, 64 started insurance company

Edward W. "Ted" Langdon, former president and founder of a Baltimore insurance brokerage, died March 26 of liver failure at York Hospital in York, Pa. He was 64.

Mr. Langdon, formerly of Hampstead, had lived in Gettysburg, Pa., since 1995.

Starting his insurance career with Equitable Life Assurance Co., Mr. Langdon later established E.W. Langdon and Associates, a Baltimore insurance brokerage, in 1967. He retired in 1999.

Born in Syracuse, N.Y., he was raised in Towson and Catonsville. He graduated from Catonsville High School in 1955. He earned an associate's degree from Baltimore Junior College and a bachelor's degree in communications and broadcasting from the University of Alabama in 1961.

Mr. Langdon, who enjoyed boating, reading and writing poetry, was a member of First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. He also was a member of the Institute for Global Ethics.

Services were held yesterday in Skaneateles, N.Y.

His marriages to the former Martha Funke and Gail L. Chase ended in divorce.

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