Sally L.M. Dugan, 88, homemaker, tour guide

April 15, 2004

Sally Love Merryman Dugan, a homemaker, died Monday of congestive heart failure at a daughter's home in Philomont, Va. The Glen Arm resident was 88.

Born Sally Love Merryman at her family's historic Hayfields Farm in Cockeysville, she attended Roland Park Country School and was a 1934 Towson High School graduate.

Mrs. Dugan wrote several feature stories about Baltimore County rural life for the old News American in the late 1960s. She was also a tour guide at the Walters Art Museum.

In 1937, she married Pierre Chatard Dugan. He died in 1956.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Sherwood Episcopal Church, Sherwood and York roads, Cockeysville.

Survivors include three sons, John Hammond Dugan of Bangkok, Thailand, Pierre Chatard Dugan of Silver Spring and Dr. Buchanan Merryman Dugan of Hamilton, Va.; five daughters, Sallie Love Dugan of Glen Arm, Melanie Adair Dugan of Santa Fe, N.M., Martha Worthington Dugan of Baltimore, Mary Coale Dumont of Philomont and Louisa Tenant Dugan of Lenox, Mass.; a brother, Nicholas Bosley Merryman of Parkton; 23 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.

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