Catherine A. Andreone, 77, homemaker, bowler

November 01, 2005

Catherine A. Andreone, a homemaker and former Towson resident, died of pneumonia Saturday at Oak Crest Village in Parkville. She was 77.

Born Catherine Zeiler in Baltimore and raised on Kentucky Avenue, she was a 1945 graduate of the Institute of Notre Dame.

Mrs. Andreone worked for 15 years in the children's department of Hutzler's Towson department store, until its closing in the early 1990s.

An avid duckpin bowler, she bowled for many years at Parkville Bowling Lanes. She also enjoyed working around her home.

"Her home was her castle," said her daughter, Kathleen M. Younkin of Columbia.

Mrs. Andreone lived in Parkville for 25 years before moving to Dulaney Towers in Towson in 1976. She had lived at the Parkville retirement community since 1999.

She was a longtime communicant of St. Ursula Roman Catholic Church in Parkville.

Her husband of 28 years, Bernard J. McNaney, owner of McNaney Oyster Co., died in 1976.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the chapel of Oak Crest Village, 8820 Walther Blvd.

Survivors also include her husband of 26 years, Fortunate B. Andreone, a retired Misty Harbor Ltd. pattern maker; two sons, Stephen L. McNaney of Frederick and Mark F. McNaney of York, Pa.; a sister, Mary Lou Imbrogulio of Arcadia, Calif.; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

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