Charles W. Grace, 68, city sanitation worker

July 25, 2004

Charles W. "Snook" Grace, a retired city sanitation worker and former Morrell Park resident, died of a heart attack Monday at his son's home in Milton, Fla. He was 68.

Mr. Grace was born in Baltimore and raised on Hollins Ferry Road in Southwest Baltimore. He attended city public schools.

He was a sanitation worker for 25 years for the city Department of Public Works Bureau of Solid Waste until he retired in 1998. He also had worked part-time as a night watchman.

Mr. Grace, who moved to Pensacola in 1999, enjoyed raising exotic birds. He was a former communicant of St. Peter the Apostle Roman Catholic Church in West Baltimore.

Services were held yesterday in Pensacola.

Mr. Grace is survived by his wife of 46 years, the former Nancy Maniates; a son, Michael Joseph Grace of Milton, Del.; two brothers, Edward C. Grace of Delaware and Wayford Grace of Virginia; and a sister, Ramona Ackerman of Baltimore.

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