David R. Replogle, 39, loan officer at bank

July 02, 2002

David R. Replogle, a loan officer for a Westminster bank who enjoyed entertaining family and friends, was killed Friday in an automobile accident in Finksburg. He was 39.

Mr. Replogle's Toyota Camry was hit by a Coach Express bus while stopped at a traffic signal on Route 140 in Finksburg. He died at the scene.

Mr. Replogle, who was a loan officer for United Home Savings in Westminster, lived in Owings Mills with his wife of a year, the former Kristen M. Carlson, who is expecting the couple's first child in December.

He liked entertaining family and friends at backyard parties.

"He loved people and was a collector of people from all walks of life and easily connected with them," said his sister, Catherine Replogle of Frederick.

Mr. Replogle was an avid reader of fantasy novels and historical fiction. He also was a history buff, family members said. He enjoyed thoroughbred racing and visiting Pimlico and Laurel racetracks.

Mr. Replogle was born in Westminster and raised in Reisterstown, where he was a 1981 graduate of Franklin High School. He earned his bachelor's degree in business administration from Towson State University in 1986.

He worked in sales for a number of years before joining United Home Savings several years ago.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Eline Funeral Home, 11824 Reisterstown Road.

In addition to his wife and sister, Mr. Replogle is survived by his mother, Frances A. Allison of Stewartstown, Pa.; two brothers, Daniel G. Replogle of Washington and Harry A. Replogle Jr. of Reisterstown; his maternal grandmother, Cordelia C. Smiley of Hollidaysburg, Pa.; his stepfather, Charles W. Boas of Stewartstown, Pa.; his stepmother, Elaine A. Replogle of Sykesville; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

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