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||Regis Dwight Abell|
||Joseph M. Adams|
Joey Adams died in January 2008 in Connecticut where he resided.
Read Joey's obituary
Larry died when he was 52 of a heart attack when he was working in Las Vegas. His ashes are spread in the Gulf of
Mexico near the Texas coast. He is survived by two children.
||Linda Marie Barcase|
The following obituary appeared in the Baltimore Sun on November 11, 2010:
On November 5, 2010 Linda Maria Barcase, loving mother of Maria Denise Thomas and Nicholas Thomas LaPenna; dear sister of
John O. Barcase; cherished grandmother of Ryan Douglas Thomas, Jr., Joseph Nicholas Thomas, and Megan Nicole Thomas...
Mike battled cancer for several years and he eventually lost that battle on August 27, 1994. He was divorced and had one son.
||Jon David Bergeron
J. David Bergeron, 67, of Manchester, died Tuesday, April 10, 2012, at Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster, after an
extended illness. Born Sept. 26, 1944, in Baltimore, he was the son of the late John R. and Katherine Bertch Bergeron.
He was the husband of Treva Meisel Bergeron, his wife of 45 years. He was a former college biology professor and an
author of pre-hospital emergency care textbooks. Surviving, in addition to his wife, is a daughter, Shannon R.
Bergeron. He was predeceased by a sister, Bonnie Beltrane.
-- from Carroll County Times
Read Joe's obituary.
||Jane Ann Burris|
||Nancy Lee Byrum|
||Ronald Edward Cadle|
||Susan Charlton Cash (Damron)|
||Dennis Charles Citrano|
See a recent photo and read Dennis' obituary.
John died on September 25, 2001. He was married to M. Joan (nee Ebert) Coley, was devoted father of Shawn L. Coley and
Noelle C. Mann; loving stepfather of Letitia Hahn and Tanya McCluskey; brother of Linda Drzewiecki. He was also survived by six
grandchildren. Interment was at Oak Lawn Cemetery.
--Published in Baltimore Sun on September 27, 2001
||Coy Harris Condon
Coy H. Condon III died from complications following a stroke at Johns Hopkins
Bayview Medical Center on April 17, 2009. The longtime Lodge Farm Road resident was 64.
||Robert William Daiger|
Bob was a good family man with two daughters and wife Pattie. He died in September 1987 of throat cancer at the age of
43. He was my best friend in high school and died much too young.
--submitted by Grant Deaver
||Anthony Dominick Dattoli|
Anthony died on December 6, 2006, at age 62 in Decatur, Indiana from lung
and brain cancer. Born in Oxford, England on August 1, 1944, he was the son of Margaret (Donovan) Dattoli and the late
Dominick Dattoli. After attending Dundalk High School, he spent six years in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. He
then worked for Central Soya, now Bunge Inc. for more than 30 years. He began working at Central Soya in Baltimore and
in 1984 transferred to the company's Indianapolis plant, most recently serving as the extraction superintendent.
Survivors include his wife Latricia "Terri" Dattoli, son Dominick Dattoli, and granddaughter Jaden Dattoli, all of
Decatur, Indiana. His daughter Jennifer Dattoli, his mother Margaret Dattoli, his sister Diane Dattoli, and his nephew
Jordan Dattoli all live in Baltimore.
--submitted by Jennifer Dattoli
||James William Disney|
Read the letter from Carl Lietzau.
||Jacqueline Lee Dudzak|
Read the letter from Carl Lietzau.
||Ray Edwin Elmore|
Read Ray's obituary.
||Charles Allen Eney
Our friend and classmate "Chaz" Eney passed away unexpectedly on Saturday January 15, 2011.
Read Chaz's obituary
||John Spencer Ewing
Class of 1962 classmate John Ewing passed away on Dec. 20, 2016.
--DHS Alumni Newsletter
||Bonnie Lee Fahey (Hornberger)
"...Bonnie Hornberger died yesterday, November 22, 2010, of complications arising from a fall a few weeks ago. Bonnie
lived in Oklahoma with her husband. Her two daughters lived close by. I met Bonnie my first day at North Point Jr. High
School, and she has been my friend ever since. It's not often we are fortunate enough to have a friend for over 50
years. She was an especially good friend to me when my husband died 10 years ago. I will miss her and I just wanted to
let the class of 1962 know."
--submitted by Sharon Hovermale Johnson
||Mary Jane C. Ferguson (Hartel)
On April 1, 2016, Mary Jane Hartel, age 71, of Havre de Grace, MD passed away.
She was the devoted mother of Brady Hartel, Robert Ferguson and wife, Tia, and Shawna Gerst and husband, Don; and the
loving sister of Dana Ferguson and Julia Shinnick. Mary Jane is also survived by grandchildren, Kelly and Christina Ferguson, Alycia
Roberts, Jesse Harrah, Carly and Brent Morrison, and great grandson, Derrick Roberts.
--from the Baltimore Sun, April 3, 2016
||Lois Elaine Fetterman
Read Lois' obituary.
||Martin Joseph Fischer
Marty died on August 22, 2010. Read his obituary, which appeared in the
||Sharon Camille Frye|
Sharon Halstead Frye Stofko died of lung cancer on Dec. 31, 2008 shortly
after her 64th birthday. The daughter of Herb and Kate Frye, both of whom survive her, she worked for many years in the
human resources department at Bethlehem Steel. In addition to her parents, she
is survived by a son, John Halstead, sisters Diana Cannon, Martha Kruszewski, Joyce Dietrich and Kathy Montalbano and two
--source Dundalk Eagle
||Rubin Vereen Fullwood|
Read Rubin's obituary.
||Michael F. P. Gallagher|
Michael passed away on Feb. 20, 2011 from complications of idiopathic
pulmonary fibrosis. Mike had worked for the state of Maryland for 41 years and retired as Chief of Procurement for the
Maryland Department of Environment.
Roland Allen Gorschboth
Roland died serving his country in Vietnam. The following information was obtained from the Vietnam Memorial website: Roland was a Private First Class in the Army's 5th
Mechanized Infantry Division when he was sent to Vietnam on July 24, 1968. He died in combat on September 11, 1968 in
Quang Tri, the northernmost province in South Vietnam, from "multiple fragmentation wounds". His body was recovered and
returned to the United States. His name is engraved in the Vietnam Memorial in Washington in Panel 44W, line 24. Thank
you, our friend, for serving all of us.
May 2, 2005 ... Don died of a heart attack.
||E. Virgil Hackett|
Virgil passed away Jan. 9, 2008 of cancer. He suffered a stroke several
years ago and was living in Florida near his son Edwin and daughter-in-law Holley the last few years.
D. Hager |
||Frederick Thomas Harris|
According to his obituary in the Baltimore Sun, Fred died on November 2, 2011. He was the beloved husband of Irene F.
Harris (nee Roberts), devoted father of Chris W. Harris and Kim L. Harris, dear brother of George Harris Jr, and Darlene
Jacobs, and son-in-law of Velma Roberts. Donations in lieu of flowers were invited to be sent in Fred's name to the ALS
||Tyra Mae Harris|
||James Christopher Harrison|
On June 13, 2013 James Christopher Harrison. Beloved companion of Rose Marie Trimeloni. Cherished son of
Clifton and Ida Harrison. Devoted father of Christine M. Johnson and Wendy Lynn Locklear and her husband Mark. Loving
grandfather of Alex Johnson, Ruby Locklear, Elena Johnson and Roman Locklear. Dear brother of Dixie Ballistreri and
Dale Harrison. Also survived by many loving relatives and friends....
--from the June 16, 2013 edition of The Baltimore Sun
||Lanny Everett Holcombe|
Following graduation in 1962, Lanny and I joined the Army to serve our country. We were in basic training together at
Fort Dix, New Jersey and again at Fort Devens, Massachusetts for 23 weeks of training in the Army Security Agency. After
completing our training, we went separate ways: Lanny went to Japan and I was assigned to Turkey. We reconnected briefly
by email several years ago and I think he told me he had been a state trooper. Lanny had become quite a weight lifter
and also a body builder while serving in Japan and vowed he would win the "Mr. Maryland" body building championship
someday. I don't know if he reached that goal. I do know that Lanny achieved much in life and served his fellow man
admirably. I was proud to know him. We will all miss him.
--submitted by Ted Rasmussen
||Arthur Harry Johnson
Art died on April 17, 2007 of a heart attack.
||Virgil T. Johnson
||Dorothy Kay Jordan|
||Howard Gordon Kelley
December 10, 2004
||Allan McClelland Knight|
Our dear friend Allan died on January 26, 2014. Allan was husband of 45
years to Virginia W. Knight (nee Waybright), and dear brother of Evelyn Pribble, Ida Snow, and Charles Knight, Jr.
--Published in Baltimore Sun on Jan 28, 2014
||Andrew John Kram |
||Elizabeth Ann Kraemer|
Betty passed away June 13, 2015
||Jeanette May Kramer|
||Edward Milton Krystofiak|
Edward passed away on July 23, 2016. He was the beloved
husband of Marie B. Krystofiak (nee Jones), devoted father of Tonia M. Niedzialkowski and her husband Jeff, cherished
grandfather of Hayden Edward Niedzialkowski, and dear brother of Dorothy Finck.
--Submitted by Carl (Ed) Nesselroad
||Alvin Terry Kuhn|
||Charles Wilbert Lewis
Sad to report that Charles W. "Will" Lewis passed away on June 29, 2004 from kidney cancer. He fought a short but
strong battle with this problem. Please add his name to the list...he was my best friend.
||Marjorie Ann Mallory
Margi died as a result of the injuries she sustained in an automobile accident. She died
a week after her accident on Memorial Day 1993. She was not married at the time and was survived by her two
Also read the letter from Carl Lietzau.
||Henry Thomas Marks
Henry passed away on March 3, 2008.
Read Henry's obituary
||Carolann Elaine Matthews|
||Gary Michael Maynor|
||John Vincent McFeaters|
John died on August 21, 2009. He was husband of Judy Ann McFeaters, loving father of John F. McFeaters,
Mary A. McFeaters, Sherry L. Sheeks and the late Cheryl A. McFeaters and Ann Marie McFeaters, dear brother of Eileen
Kolodiej, Robert McFeaters, Joann Burukiewa, James McFeaters, Susan McFeaters and the late Mary foster. John is also survived by
seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Interment was at Oak Lawn Cemetery.
||Donald Richard McGee|
On December 14, 2015, Donald R. McGee, beloved husband of Joan A. (nee Randall), loving father of Lance McGee and his
wife Chris and Keith McGee and his wife Kristina, cherished grandfather of Lynnsey, Kirstin, Dominic, Lilly and Colt,
dear brother of Barbara Guraleczka and Margaret Nagel.
--from Ruck Funeral Home
Don died of cancer. He served in the U.S.Army from 1962 to 1966. He was active in the Loyal Order of Moose and a member
of the American Legion. He was an avid Ravens and Orioles fan and enjoyed spending time with family. He is survived by
Joan, his wife of 44 years and sons Lance and Keith.
--submitted by Ed Higgs
||Donna Jean McKay|
||Anita Louise McSorley|
||Charles Frederick Medley|
He was known to us as Fred, and nicknamed Stretch. What was not generally
known is that our dear classmate was born in Texas. Fred always considered himself a Texan and spent the last 16 years
of his life there. Fred earned his bachelors degree in education from Texas A&I University. His passions in life were
his children and his work in law enforcement. He served as a missionary to Mexico for two years between 1971 and 1973.
Fred died May 1, 1989 at the age of 45 and is laid to rest in his beloved Texas. We who love him miss him still
Anthony died May 14, 2005
Read Anthony's obituary
||Henry William Mulvey|
Henry died on October 6, 2003 at the age of 59.
| ||Victory Ann Neff|
Victory died on February 5, 2014.
Read Vicky's obituary, provided to us by
her sister Joyce Geisler.
||Harold Ted Nesselroad |
Ted died on Memorial Day, May 28, 2007, of multiple myeloma. He had battled
it for nearly 9 years. Ted died just 17 days after his beloved wife Brenda. They are survived by 3 sons and 5
||Francis Newport |
Francis died Wednesday, April 28, 2010. He was the husband of Mary M.
(Osborne) Newport. Born July 9, 1943 in Baltimore, he was a son of the late Silas and Florence (Bartley) Newport.
Francis was a member of the Plumbers and Steamfitters Local Union 486 in Baltimore, and was employed as a welder for
over 35 years, retiring in 2003. In his free time, he enjoyed fishing and gardening. In addition to his wife, Francis
is survived by a daughter, Rachael Mason of Sykesville, MD; a son, Wilson Newport of Wilmington, NC; a brother, Thomas
Newport of Dundalk, MD; and two granddaughters, Madeleine Mason and Natalie Mason.
||George William Noah|
||Richard Nicholas Novotny |
Our friend Richard Novotny died on July 1, 2012. He was married to
classmate Mildred F. Novotny (nee Jones). His children included Richard Novotny Jr., Glenn Michael Novotny, and Laura
McCormick. He had five granddaughters. He was the brother of Ronald Novotny, Jeannette Hash, and Cynthia Novotny.
||Emma Lee Ogle|
||William Anthony Paluskievicz|
||Ruth Maude Price|
Ruth died on April 22, 2014.
Read Ruth's obituary
||Frank Edward Pollock|
January 23, 2007
||Louis Frank Rao|
||Darlene Marie Redemann|
Our dear friend and classmate Darlene (Redemann) Anderson passed away on Thursday, July 22, 2010. Darlene, Carol
(Johnson) Swope, and I lived in the same block all through our school years. We played together, started elementary
school together and graduated together. We remained close friends through the years. We will miss her so much.
--Sharon (Browning) Guizzardi
||Catherine Ann Richardson|
||Theodore Oliver Robinson Jr.
Ted Robinson passed away on Thursday April 13, 2017 from complications arising from diabetes.
--Submitted by Tom Newkirk
||Rosemary Virginia Rollins|
Rosemary Lipin-Gebhart (nee Rollins) of Abingdon,
MD, formerly a 20 year resident of Churchville, died at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium, MD on December 19, 2011 after
losing her long battle with lung disease. She was 68. Mrs. Gebhart was born in Baltimore, but spent some of her
childhood years in Houston, TX. She was the daughter of Rosemary Rollins and the late Charles Rollins. Mrs. Gebhart was
a graduate of Dundalk Senior High School and Harford Community College. A Dean and President's List student, she
graduated with honors. Mrs. Gebhart attended Goucher College after receiving an academic scholarship and again graduated
with honors. She was a member of Phi Theta Kappa National College Honor Society and a member of Maryland Society of
Accountants. Mrs. Gebhart was a former IRS agent who later owned and operated a seasonal tax practice. For several
years, she was Administrator of an Aesthetic Surgery Institute. Mrs. Gebhart is a member of Havre de Grace Methodist
Church. She loved to do arts and crafts, boating, snow skiing, the ocean and spending time with her beloved children,
grandchildren, and her toy poodle Lexie and overweight English Spaniel Max. Mrs. Gebhart is survived by her husband,
Ronald of 11 years, two sons, Eric Lipin of Baltimore, MD and Greg Lipin and his wife, Kristie, of Bel Air, and one
daughter, Amber Young and her husband, Michael, of Belcamp, two grandchildren, Kristyna and Megan Lipin; one
great-grandchild, Aiden Lipin; and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.
||Deanna Kay Roof (Tennant)
Mrs. Deanna Kay Tennant, 59, passed away at her home June 27, 2003, after losing a courageously fought yearlong battle
with cancer. Deanna was born in Baltimore, Md., May 28, 1944, to Lyle William and Emma Jane Roof, who presently reside
in Lady Lake, Fla. Deanna was preceded in death by her younger sister, Lila Williams, who fought her own battle with
cancer five years ago. Deanna was a longtime active member of Kingswood United Methodist Church and a present member of
Faith United Methodist Church. Deanna will be remembered by her many friends and family members as a congenial host,
incredible cook and fabulous homemaker. Deanna was an avid league bowler for many years at the North Side Bowling
Center, ending her last season with a 175 average. Deanna was the loving wife and best friend to Ralph W. Tennant, her
husband for 39 years, and the loving and caring mother to two wonderful sons, Kevin Clark Tennant of North Pole, Alaska,
married to Tamera, and David Kyle Tennant of King, married to Tanya. Deanna will also be remembered as a loving
grandmother to her five grandchildren, Trevor, Travis, Zachary, Abigail and Anna Grace.
--submitted by Ed Nesselroad.
||Catherine H. Rosling|
||Karen Lea Rovecamp (Hoffman)
On April 21, 2014, Karen Lea Hoffman, of Oak Crest Village Community formerly of Wycombe, PA; beloved wife of Hugh J.
Hoffman; devoted mother of Ric S. Hoffman and wife Natalie Moravek; cherished grandmother of Sage Lea Hoffman; dear
sister of Janice Rovecamp and husband Howard Conley, Robert Rovecamp and wife Monica, Frederick W. Rovecamp; also
survived by nieces and nephews.
--Baltimore Sun, April 23, 2014
||Arlene Frances Ruppel (Amelio)|
||Kenneth Warren Sacra
Kenneth passed away peacefully at home on July 5, 2015 from cancer, surrounded by family and friends. He was a
Reisterstown resident since 1978, but his heart was in Dundalk, He served in the Army, Bravo Company, 23rd Battalion
503, Hanau, Germany. He retired from NSA after 33 years, and retired from Weis Market in Westminster. He was married to
Carole Bognanni Sacra for 46 years. He has a daughter, Dena Voxakis and her husband Christopher of Glen Arm, Md., a son
Tony Sacra of Reisterstown, and grandchildren Eva, Anna, Elena, and Evan Voxakis. Ken had a brother James (deceased), a
sister Judith Weeks, and brother Gary Sacra, along with many nephews and nieces, cousins and friends.
Click here for recent photo of Ken.
||Elizabeth Frances Samek|
The Baltimore Sun reported that Elizabeth died on September 12, 2009. She was
the daughter of Vincent and Vera Samek. Her children include Kelly J. Mayer, Shannon P. Day, and Valarie V. Day. Grandchildren
include Jennifer Nance, Zachary Strine, Christine and Brittany Day, and grandchildren include Aiden, Logan, and Baily. Elizabeth
is interred at Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery.
||Elizabeth Ann Schwartz|
||Linda Lou Simonds|
The Baltimore Sun reported that Linda died on January 24, 2010. She was married to
James E. Church and was the mother of Toni Scheler and Teresa Cordell, and grandmother of Elizabeth Scheler, James Scheler, III,
Samantha Cordell and Tyler Cordell. Linda is interred at Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
We sadly said goodbye to our classmate and friend in 2004. Richard Sizer was more than
simply a good, true friend to the many who loved him; he was also a valuable friend to many who did not know and would probably
never even meet him. As the force behind our Class of ’62 scholarship fund, Richard inspired us to put our money where our hearts
were and support a new generation of Dundalk High School kids by assisting them as they entered college. For this, as well as the
many other things he did to encourage loyalty and support for our hometown and especially our class, we give thanks and praise.
Thank you for all that you did for us dear friend, we will all miss you.
||Robert Joseph Sladics|
Bob passed away 3/7/07 after a battle with lung cancer. Served 4 yrs in the Navy; graduated from Towson State. Retired
from GM and moved to Arkansas. Survived by his wife Marge of 41 yrs, son-Brian, daughter-Devra, and 4 grandchildren. We
miss and love you!
--by Kathie Sladics
||Constance Ann Smith (Ferracci)|
The following obituary appeared on June 28, 2011 in the Baltimore
Sun: "On June 26, 2011, Connie A. Ferracci, loving mother of Mark Ferracci, Christine Ferracci Youngman and her
husband Paul; loving grandmother of Christian and Matthew Youngman; sister of Terry Smith and his wife Donna; long time
friend of Carroll Hughes...."
||Steve Joseph Sperling|
||Sandra Lee Springer|
||Gary Eugene Sterner|
Read Gary's obituary
||Helen Jean Swinger (Allen) |
June 3, 2006
||Irving Lewis Trudell|
Read Charlotte's obituary.
||Frederick G. Uphoff, Jr.|
Fred's wife Joyce provided the following information. "Fred passed away tonight (September 21, 2015) around 2:30am.
He was in kidney failure and no one expected it to happen this fast. He is in a better place and is no longer suffering
after almost 16 years."
Fred and I both worked on our school newspaper, The Dundalk Owl for three years. Fred was a wonderful, funny,
smart guy and a great friend.
||Jon Howard Valentine
Jon Valentine and I were close as he lived three houses from ours. We spent considerable time together, especially
during the summers: cutting grass, detailing cars and swimming at the Country Club. He passed due to diabetes but I am
unsure of the date. I was in Las Vegas at at a week long convention when Jon died. His parents have also passed as well.
--Submitted by Roy Sparks
||Mary Ann Welkie|
||Barbara Wernecke (Durkin)|
Read the note from Barbara's husband, Bill Durkin.
||John Joseph Whalen|
||Wallace Arthur Williams, Jr.|
||Leroy Lewis Wiseman|
||Robert Edgar Woolbert|
||Lois Irene Yingling (Malozi)|
Read Lois' obituary from the Dundalk Eagle
||Timothy Joseph Zinn|