Mary E. Baranowski, 77, Arundel real estate agent

November 21, 2005

Mary E. Baranowski, who for more than two decades co-owned a Pasadena real estate company, died of complications from a heart attack Wednesday in a Port St. Lucie, Fla., hospital. She was 77.

Mary Layman was born in Baltimore and graduated from Elkridge High School in 1945. She moved to Florida in the 1980s, where she worked as a telemarketer.

In 1947, she married William M. Busch, who later died. In 1966, she married Leo J. Baranowski Sr., also now deceased.

The Baranowskis owned Baran Realty in Pasadena and sold homes in Anne Arundel County during the 1960s and 1970s.

Survivors include two sons, William M. Busch Jr. of Fort Pierce, Fla., and Thomas J. Busch of Port St. Lucie; a sister, Barbara Schmidt of Abingdon; two brothers, Joe Layman of Orlando, Fla., and Wilbur Layman of Philadelphia; one granddaughter; and two great-grandchildren. A son, Leo J. Baranowski Jr., died in 2000.

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