Hilda Lee Kemp, 79, homemaker, teacher

March 28, 2003

Hilda Lee Kemp, a homemaker and former kindergarten teacher, died of renal failure Monday at her Upperco home. She was 79.

She was born Hilda Lee Bryan in Cambridge, and spent her early years there, in Santiago, Chile, and in Roland Park.

She was a 1942 graduate and class president of Roland Park Country School, and attended what is now Towson University and Goucher and Loyola colleges.

During the 1960s, Mrs. Kemp taught kindergarten at Good Shepherd School in Ruxton.

She enjoyed working in her garden.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Sherwood Episcopal Church, Sherwood and York roads, Cockeysville.

Mrs. Kemp is survived by her husband of 22 years, Charles Thomas Kemp III; two daughters, Elizabeth Bryan Fulton of San Francisco and Frances Lee Fulton of Baltimore; a stepson, Charles Thomas Kemp IV of Rockport, Texas; two stepdaughters, Mary Kemp O'Connell of Parsonsburg and Kathryn Kemp Barnes of San Diego; and four grandchildren.

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