Harry H. Hundertmark, 61, owned income tax

May 01, 2002

Harry H. Hundertmark, a former wholesale liquor salesman who later owned an income tax preparation service, died Sunday of rheumatoid arthritis at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin. The Ocean City resident was 61.

Mr. Hundertmark was born in Baltimore and raised in Carney. He was a 1959 graduate of Parkville High School.

He began his sales career with Green Spring Dairy and later worked for Winner Distributing Co. and Sentman Distributing Co., wholesale liquor distributorships. After leaving Sentman in the early 1980s, he owned the Skipjack Inn in Perryville for several years.

He established an income tax preparation service which he operated until retiring in 1995. He bought a condominium and moved to Ocean City last year.

Mr. Hundertmark enjoyed collecting Memorial Stadium memorabilia and Coca-Cola promotional items. He also enjoyed going to the beach.

He was a member of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 175 St. Mark's Lane, where graveside services will be held at noon tomorrow.

Mr. Hundertmark's marriages to the former Betty J. Anderson and the former Donna L. Wyre ended in divorce.

Survivors include his wife of five years, the former Frances Jane Preston; a son, Paul B. Hundertmark of Gaithersburg; two daughters, Rhonda Lee Sanders of Chase and Melissa M. Hundertmark of Abingdon; his mother, Elizabeth M. Hundertmark of Chase; two brothers, Frederick L. Hundertmark of New Market, Va., and Albert L. Hundertmark of Hanover, Pa.; a stepson, Randy M. Smith of Oxnard, Calif.; a stepdaughter, Tina M. Higgins of Odenton; and six grandchildren.

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