W.E. `Buddy' Lindemon Jr., 52, equipment operator

June 18, 2005

Warren Ellsworth "Buddy" Lindemon Jr., a former equipment operator and laborer, died of a heart attack June 11 at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He was 52 and lived in Edgemere.

Mr. Lindemon was born in Baltimore and raised in the city's Colgate neighborhood. He attended Kenwood High School and later earned his General Educational Development certificate.

He served in the Army as a sharpshooter in the early 1970s. His decorations included the Sharpshooter Badge and National Defense Medal.

Mr. Lindemon worked for 28 years as an equipment operator at Eastern Stainless Steel until leaving the company in 2001. In recent years, he had worked as a laborer until taking a medical disability.

He enjoyed fishing and boating.

His marriage to the former Linda Ann Johnson ended in divorce.

Services were Wednesday.

Mr. Lindemon is survived by a son, Warren Ellsworth "Buddy" Lindemon III of Sparrows Point; a daughter, Tracy Dawn Mills of Falling Waters, W.Va.; a sister, Margaret A. Walters of Colgate; and two grandchildren.

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