Mcwilliams, Theophilas

December 21, 2004

A stalwalk in the East Baltimore Community dies THEOPHILAS Mc WILLIAMS better known as "Tip came to Baltimore from Littleton, NC in 1946 as a barber May, 1957, he and his wife Dorothy purchased the business at 1601 E. Lanvale Street known as Mc Williams Barber Shop, from 1957 to 1996 he gave first hair cuts to many in the community as we as pastors, teachers, politicians, steel workers, morticians including Mr. William C. March. The shop was known as where to get a meal as well as a haircut. Dorothy proceeded him in death on August 22, 2004. Children are Lillian A. Demby and Everett T. Mc Williams, three grandchildren, Qiana N. Greene, Ernest E. Jr., and Crystal Demby, one great-grandchild Shatara. Family will be at the March Funeral Home, 1101 E. North Avenue on Wednesday 3 to 7 P.M. Homegoing Service Zion Baptist Church, 1701 N. Caroline Street 9:30 A.m Wake and 10 A. M funeral on Thursday. After interment, family will be at 5200 Bowleys Lane Meeting Room.

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