Lawrence M. Ewell III, 75, C&P technical adviser

December 17, 2003

Lawrence M. Ewell III, a retired Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. of Maryland technical adviser, died of complications from a broken hip Dec. 10 at Good Samaritan Hospital. The Towson resident was 75.

Mr. Ewell was born and raised in Cambridge and began his career with C&P as a lineman in 1944. He enlisted in the Army in 1952 and served in Korea, attaining the rank of staff sergeant.

After returning to Baltimore, he resumed his career at C&P, working as a technical adviser to corporate clients. He retired in 1984.

After retiring, he established Ewell Communications, a consulting company in Towson, remaining active in the business until his death.

Mr. Ewell was a member of American Legion Post 22 in Towson, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Towson Moose and Towson Lions Club. He also was a past commodore of the Eastern Yacht Club in Middle River.

Services were held Friday.

He is survived by his wife of three years, the former Anne Hubbard; five stepsons, John Walter of Towson, Mike Walter of Perry Hall, Robert Aschenbach of Springfield, W.Va., Gary Aschenbach of Glen Burnie and Keith Aschenbach of Pasadena; two stepdaughters, Jennifer McManus of Baltimore and Karen Leimbach of Pasadena; a stepbrother, Robert Street of Westminster; and 13 grandchildren.

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