Michael A. Rott, 50, ARC of Baltimore worker

March 17, 2004

Michael A. Rott, an assembler at the ARC of Baltimore, died Saturday of pneumonia at Northwest Hospital Center. The Randallstown resident was 50.

Born in Yokosuka, Japan, he suffered a birth injury that left him mentally disabled. He attended the Dr. Joseph Ladd School in Kingston, R.I., before moving to Baltimore about 40 years ago.

He worked at the ARC of Baltimore's Rutherford Center in Woodlawn. Among other duties, he did packaging and assembly work. He also participated in activities at the center.

Plans for services were incomplete.

Survivors include his mother, Joyce L. Kelly of Fallston; a brother, Bryan P. Klapproth of Bel Air; two sisters, Anne Marie Toskes of Bel Air and Jeanne L. Cross of Cambridge; and a nephew and nieces. His father, Andrew B. Rott, died in 2000.

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