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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - August 12, 1998, Frederick, Maryland Obituaries Mrs. Bessie Rougher Mrs. Bessie Ann Wilson Baugher, formerly of 207 East Sixth St, Frederick, died Tuesday, Aug. 11, at Northampton Manor Nursing Home where she resided since 1994. She was the wife of Harry M. Baugh who died April Born Nov. 23, 1917, in Mountain- dale, she was a daughter of the late Hany and Ella Ramsburg Watson. A fm Swwce of Fradenck Newsftit CALL 301-695-2633 then enter your four digit code number SOUND SOURCE DIRECTORY 1000 Main Directory 1030 1031 Information 1032 1037 Lating 2000 APSodQwtes 2003 Directory 2437 Aids Info 4000 UnidobeTraveHVeather Report 4001 WnferDirectory 4205 MVA Information 4300 UDPAC 5000 Sports Directory 5025 Ma JOT League Baseball 5060 NASCAR Report 5200 Frederick County Parks Department 5220 Frederick City RareatePlaygrounds 5250 YMCA .Jl News Updates 6008 Red Cross Blood Donations 6111 6110 Frederick City Events_____________ 6331 C7N (MTntog Ajrtcy) 6710 Transh TNI m T211 Weekend 7212 MattAffeCMKi 7213 Mrt. raikml from ttw SUte Dietary New Life Foursquare Church of Frederick. She toyed Christian music. Surviving are seven children, June R, Anders and husband Nor- man. and Bettv J, Lowe and hus- band Thomas, all ot Brunswick, and Louise 1. Bines, Shirley A, Jenkins, Kenneth R Baugher and wife Eve- lyn, Stephen D. and Richard E. Baugher, all of Frederick; 24 grand- children; 29 great-grandchildren: and one great-great grandson. She will be remembered by one sister-in-law Emma S. Chipley of Walkersville: and special friends. iU. bliUi U.UU Kline and Elizabeth Miller .lU j. i.3 funeral home of Robert E. Dailey Son. 1201 N. Market St.. where friends may call from i to 9 pm Aug. 12. The family will receive friends from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Funeral services will begin at 11 am Thursday, Aug. 13, at the funer- al home with her pastor, the Rev. Timothy S. May, officiating. Interment will be in Lewistown Cemetery, (Little Church on the Hill Mrs. Arlene Bobbitt Mrs. Arlene Collins Bobbitt, 64. of Mitchell Lane. North Wilkesboro, N.C., died Monday, Aug. 10, at Ven- cor Memorial Hospital. Greensboro, N.C. She was the wife of Ernest Mont Bobbitt Va., she was the daughter of Charles Gullford and Virginia Randell Cole. kt aMtkm to her bus- band Kwe MM, WIttam Coffins cf Eutni, Bobby CoUtac of North Wilkesboro, Mfchael Collins of Millers Creek, N.C. Dennis Collins of woodbine, and Dwvid Coffins of ReJsterstovn; one daughter, Bren- da Benge of WHkesboro, N.C.; two brothers, Richard Cole Fasten, and Edward Cole of Baltimore; one sister, Vickie wltbcomb of North Wilkesboro; 15 grandchikiren, and The will receive friends from to pm Thursday, Aug. 13, at Miller Funeral Home, 180 Sparta Road, North WUkesboro, where funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. Friday Aug. 14. The Rev Dean Adams will officiate. Interment will be in Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Independence, Va. Mr. William Hammond Sr. Mr. William C. "Bill" Hammond Sr., of Clarksburg, died Monday, Aug. 10, at his home. He was the husband of Alice M. Hammond. Surviving in addition to his wife are four children, Chris T. Ham- mond and William C. Hammond Jr., both of Clarksburg, Robin M. Ham- mnnrt of and WViat" Frazier of Gaithersburg: seven grandchildren, many aunts and uncles; mother-in-law, Maude Fium- mer, one daughter-in-law; four sis- ters-in-law; four brothers-in-law, and a number of nieces and nephews. Mr. Hammond will also be remembered by a number of friends. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Aug. 13, at John Wesley United Methodist Church, 22420 Frederick Road, Clarksburg, where funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug 14. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Arrangements are handled by Snowden Funeral Home. 246 N. Washington St., Rockville. Mrs. Lana Wagner Mrs Lana Jane Souders Wagner. 72. of 21270 Mount Lena Road, Boonsboro. died Monday, Aug. 10, at vvasmngton County Hospuai. Hagerstown. She was the wife of Paul D. Wag- ner They were married for 57 years Born" Sept. 28, 1925, in Hager- stown, she was the daughter of the late David and Mary Ellen Kuhn Souders. Mrs. Wagner was of the Protes- tant faith. She was formerly employed as a nursing assistant for 15 years at Fahrney-Keedy Home. Surviving in addition to her hus- band are three daughters, Barbara L. Lewis of Wolfsville, Linda I. Airesman of Somerset, Pa., and Lisa C. Wade of Boonsboro; three sons. Paul M. Wagner of Maude. Okla., Phillip G. Wagner of Boons boro, and Mark G. Wagner of McCloud. Okla.; three sisters, Ann Sapp of Valparaiso, Fla., Olive Gra- ham of Hagerstown, and Mabel Wolfe of Wolfsville; four brothers, Hubert Souders of Hagerstown, Merle Souden of Wichita, Kan., Leon Scuden of Uercerabuty ft, and WtDJam Souders of Boonworo' U gnndcnfldrov, and tour great- grandchildren. Mrs. Vtgmtf was preceded in death by two asters, Mary Brunner and Beulah Rowe; and one brothei; Joe Souden. The fiunity win receive friends from 7 to 9 pm Thursday Aug. 13, at Bast Funeral Home, Old National Pike, Boonsboro, where funeral services wiU begin at 2 pm Friday, Aug. u, with the Rev Brian H. Moore officiating. Interment will be in Mount Zion Cemetery, San Mar. Mr. Hodjiboboff Mr. Sergev Hadjibaboff. 47. of 14 Froude Circle, Cabin John, died Sunday, Aug. 9, at his home. Born in Ankara, Turkey, he was the son of the late Robin D. and Maria Tfershova Mr. Hadjibaboff was of the Russ- She was the wife of the late Thomas A Canton Jr. Born Dec. 31, 1921, in Char lottetville, Va, she was the daugh- ter of the late James Henry and Lucy Hoones Irving. Surviving are two daughters, Ruth Hart and husband Jim of Pennsylvania, and Lucy Wolf of Frederick; one son, Thomas M. Conlon and wife Mary of Poolesville; five grandsons, Brett Hart, Thomas C. and James Conlon, and Samuel and David Wolf; three sisters-in-law. Laura Jamison, Maty Ware and Sara Conlon; and many nieces and nephews. Friends may can from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Wfednesday, Aug. 12, at Hilton Funeral Home, 22111 Beallsville Road (Md. Bar- Officials Surviving are one sister, Etnye N. Post and husband Willard R. of Mount View, Calif There will be no visiting or call- ing at the funeral home. Funeral services will begin at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 14, at Saints Peter and Paul Greek Orthodox Church, 920 W. Seventh St., Frederick, with Rev Dortris F, Interment will be in Kesthaven Memorial Gardens. Frederick- Mrs. Florence Hiveiy Mrs. Florence Marie Hiveiy, 92. of The Brethren Home at Cross Keys, New Oxford. Pa., died Mon- day, Aug. 10. at The Brethren Home after an extended illness. She was the wife of B. Carroll Hiveiy who died in 1963. Born Jan. 27, 1906, at Sams Creek (Carroll she was the daughter of the late Preston and Annie Dotterer Duvall, Mrs. Hiveiy was a member of Piney Creek Church of the Brethren. She was a member of Taneytown Senior Citizens, where she served as site manager for several years. She had been a resident of Taneytown for 30 years, before becoming a resident at The Brethren Home in 1985. She is survived by nieces and nepnews Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14, at Hartzler Funeral Home. New Windsor where funeral services will begin at p.m. Friday, Aug. 14. The Rev. Richard L. Michael, pastor of St. James Lutheran Church, Union Bridge, and Deacon Charles E Barnbart, of Trinity Lutheran Church, Taneytown, will officiate. Interment will be in Meadow Branch Cemetery, Westminster. Memorial contributions may be made to Piney Creek Church of the Brethren, Teeter and Ruggles roads; or to Taneytown Volunteer Fire Co., 39 E. Baltimore St., Taney- town. Md 21787. Mrs. Ruth Conlon Mrs. Ruth Irving Conlon, 76, of Poolesville, died Monday, Aug. 10, at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, Rockville. Interment was in Gettysburg Mrs. Minnie Leekins Mr. William Knight Fhneral services for Mrs. Minnie M. Leekins, 76, of Pittsburgh, Pa., formerly of Frederick, who died Wednesday, Aug. 5, at her residence, were held Monday, Aug. 10, in the sanctuary of Buckeystown United Methodist Church, Buckeystown. The Rev. Ralph Monroe officiated, assisted by the Rev. Richard Mil- borne. Musical prelude and selection was performed by the Sunnyside Choral Ensemble. A solo was sung by Sharday Smith. Acknowledgments were read by Donna Layer. Bearers were Warren, Grafton and Anthony Layer, Claude and Thomas Onley, and Vernon Ambush. Interment was in Sunnyside Church on Mountville Road. Arrangements were handled by Gary L. Rollins Funeral Home, Mrs. Adelaide Garrett Funeral services for Mrs. Ade- laide M. Garrett, of Rockville, who died Friday, Aug. 7, at Shady Grove Adventist Nursing Center, Rockville, were held Tuesday, Aug. 11, at Hilton Funeral Home, Bar- nesviBe. The Rev. John McKay, of St. John Neumann Cstbotic Church. Bearers wwe Boh Gambino, Phfl Nielsen, Rick Schalk; and sons, Lwton Whiting, and Paul am) Wluuun Stmonsen. Funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, at Poolesville Baptist Church, 17550 W. Willard Road, PooJesville. Interment will be in Monocacy Cemetery Beallsville. Memorial contributions may oe made to the American Red Cross or Poolesville Baptist Church. 17350 W. Willard Road Poolesville. Md. 20837. Mrs. Ruth Zimmerman Mrs. Ruth Elizabeth Zimmer- man, 85, of 6398 Overbrook Circle, (Continued from Page A-l) your highly-motivated people opportunity to educate them- selves." The commissioners are permit- ted to spend their personal expense accounts for any appropriate county expenditure, according to Comp- troller Doug Browning. The money must be used for what he called 'public purposes." Commissioners President Mark Hoke said he didn't believe Ms. league-Levy's attendance at the conferences qualified "I don't believe she's high rank ing enough. (Mr. Gray) is awful free with taxpayers' money. I believe it is a misuse of taxpayers money, Mr. Hoke said Ms. Hogan also attended the national conference, spending on a Delta airline ticket, on conference registration and on v Frederick Memorial Hospital, fol- Private funeral services for Mr. William Nelson Knight Sr. of 6854 Snowberry Court, Frederick, who died Sunday, Aug. 9, at Homewood Retirement Center, were held Tues- day, Aug. 11, at Parldawn Memorial Park, Rockville. The Rev. Charles G. Beetiey, assistant pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church, officiated Mr. Knight's son, William N. Knight Jr., provided readings at the service. Arrangements were handled by Keeney and Basford Funeral Home, Frederick. Mrs. Rebecca Upibrd Memorial services for Mrs. Rebecca M. Lipford, of Damascus, who died Friday, Aug. 7, were held Tuesday, Aug. 11, at Damascus Unit- ed Methodist Church. The Rev. Wal- ter G. Edmonds officiated "For The Beauty Of The was sung by Polly Edmonds and Tom BaMridge. Kitty Yang was the organist. Private interment was in Dam- ascus Methodist Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Otin L Molesworth Funeral Home, Damascus. Correction In the funeral notice for Mr. Hank Eugene Rinehart, which appeared in the Tuesday, Aug. 11, edition, bearer William Washaar scrod to place of Chris KaetzeL She was the wife of Monroe Zim- merman who died in 1969. Born June 22. 1913. in Buck- eystown. she was the daughter of the late Edward and Bessie Boone Jones. Surviving are three daughters. Helen Hargett and husband Harold of Frederick. Doris Zimmerman, with whom she resided, and Faye McKay and husband John of Fred- erick; five grandchildren. Ruth Ruffner. Carol Munushain, Harold Hargett. Erik McKay and Casey McKay; five great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. There will be no viewing. The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 12. at Keeney and Basford Funeral Home, 106 E. Church St, Frederick. Private graveside services will be held at the convenience of the fami- ly in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Fred- enc-K In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations to the Pediatric Oncology Center Johns Hopkins Hospital. 60 N. Wolfe St.. Baltimore. Md. 21205: or to Chil- drens Hospital, National Medical Center, Pediatric Oncology Unit, 111 Michigan X.W., Washington. D.C. 20010. her year the tern She said she was glad Ms. Teague-Levy participated in the conference. "I think it is appropriate that she went. In my case I use Belinda for more substantial things. To me it is helpful to keep her abreast of what is changing in county Ms. Hogan said Jamaican (Continued from Page A-l) Wright may be eligible for parole after serving about 15 to 17 years. In May, jurors convicted Wright of trying to murder Basil "Donnie' Barker. The Nov. 1, 1995 incident occurred in an apartment in the 100 block of West South Street. Barker. 32, was shot in the back while fight- ing with Wright's cousin. He was then pistol-whipped. Barker is now serving a 20-year sentence for felony distribution of cocaine. Both Barker and Wright were friends in New York City according to testimony and court records. Wright told jurors Barker had promised to sell him some marijua- na, but then attempted to rob him. Wright claimed he was shot during shops at the Oregon conference. Ms. Hogan said Ms. league-Levy was in charge of collecting tion for other county departments and distributing it. Although this was Ms. league- Levy's first National Association of Counties conference, she said she has attended eight years of Mary- land Association of Counties confer- "I am a public servant 150 per- cent I go out of my way to give more, It is disconcerting to have it insinuated that a penny of taxpayer money is being she said Ms. Teague-Levy is a member of the Maryland County Elected Women, past president ot the Fred- erick County Commission for Women and a member of the N ACO intergovernmental relations com- mittee. She said her attendance at the MAtu ana NAC-U meetings neips her to be a better aid to the com- missioners and a better member of those organizations. "You hear new ideas and possi- bilities to work together. You form a network that if you never have got- ten out of the county would never come to Ms. Teague-Levy cousin and Barker still fighting. Barker told jurors Wright shot him in the middle of his back and then attempted to shoot him in the face but the semiautomatic jammed. Dino Flores. assistant state's attorney, said Wright wanted to murder Barker. "He fired at point- blank range. When his gun misfired a second time, he proceeded to beat and kick Barker. He is a violent man. a former drug dealer who has failed to behave in jail. He is a vio- lent repeat offender and should receive the top of the sentencing guidelines 30 years "He is a major offender who com- mitted this crime while under supervision for another crime. He cannot be returned to the communi- ty." Mr. Flore said. "I can find noth- aliiUineiH anu IMJU. ins Kit ctuuui. mm
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