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Norman Luther Crowl, 85, of Reisterstown

Norman Luther Crowl, 85, of Reisterstown, died June 15, 2008, at Carroll Hospice's Dove House.

Born in Union Mills on June 3, 1923, he was the son of William H. Crowl and Eva (Flickinger) Crowl.

He was a veteran of the Army, having served during World War II.

He was an electrician for Black & Decker. He was a lifetime member of the Westminster Moose Lodge No. 1381 and Veterans of Foreign Wards Post No. 467. He was also a member of the Mount Gilead Methodist Church, Reisterstown.

He is survived by daughter Bev Kuchera and her husband, Rick, of Finksburg; son Dennis G. Crowl of Reisterstown; son Andrew J. Crowl and his wife Terri of Millers; son Jerry L. Crowl and his wife Ladonna of Westminster; sisters Pauline Fritz and Betty Lippy; and brother Preston Crowl, of Westminster.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret; and by five brothers and two sisters.

Services will be held at Evergreen Memorial Gardens in Finksburg on Friday, June 27, at 10 a.m., with the Rev. Michael Ritter presiding with the Rev. Mindy Coates assisting.

Expressions of sympathy and condolences may be made online at www.ElineFuneralHome.com.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to Carroll Hospice, 292 Stoner Ave., Westminster, MD 21157 or to The Leukemia Society, Maryland Chapter, 11350 McCormick Road, Suite 100, Hunt Valley, MD 21031.

Gloria Fleischmann, 66, of Eldersburg

Gloria Fleischmann, 66, of Eldersburg, died June 20, 2008, at the Northwest Hospital Center.

Born Oct. 23, 1941, in Dayton, she was the daughter of the late George E. and Dorothy Igelhart Phelps.

She was the wife of Richard J. Fleischmann of Eldersburg.

She had been a homemaker for most of her life.

Surviving her, in addition to her husband, are daughter Melanie Fleischmann of Eldersburg; daughter and son-in-law Joanna and Rodney Sams of Martinsburg, W.Va.; brother and sister-in-law Calvin and Virginia Phelps of Mount Airy and grandchildren: Riley and Dean Sams. She is also survived by 13 nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by daughter Jennifer Fleischmann and sisters Lucille Grimes and Janet Deller.

A funeral service was held June 24 at Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Sykesville. Interment was in Mount View Cemetery, Marriottsville.

Amanda Sue Insley-Nazelrod, 40, of Eldersburg

Amanda Sue Insley-Nazelrod, of Eldersburg, died June 13, 2008, at her residence. She was 40.

Born June 3, 1968, in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Ray D. and Sharon M. Parker Insley. She graduated from Lansdowne High School in 1986.

She married Dean Nazelrod in 1990.

Mrs. Insley-Nazelrod had worked as a cashier and as an administrator for Giant Foods in Owen Brown and Chatham since 1990.

She was preceded in death by her father, Ray D. Insley.

In addition to her husband of 18 years, she is survived by her mother, Sharon M. Parker Insley, of Eldersburg; brother Ryan Insley of Catonsville; brother-in-law Martin Nazelrod of Baltimore; sisters-in-law Teresa Woolfrey of Owings Mills and Danielle Davis of Freeland; and mother-in-law Millie Nazelrod of Catonsville.

She is also survived by uncle Tim Parker of Baltimore; nephew Baylor Davis of Freeland; niece Emerson Davis of Freeland; and close friend Jake Laricci of Eldersburg.

A memorial service was held June 21 at Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Sykesville, with the Rev. Michelle Holmes-Chaney officiating.

Memorial donations may be made to the Humane Society of Carroll County, 2517 Littlestown Pike, Westminster, MD 21158.

James Lawrence McCumber, 60, of Sykesville

James Lawrence McCumber, 60, of Sykesville, died June 21, 2008 at Carroll Hospice's Dove House in Westminster.

He was born March 25, 1948, in Baltimore, the son of Troy McCumber and Vivian (Loughry) McCumber.

He was the husband of Patricia Ann McCumber.

Mr. McCumber was an inspector for Northrop Grumman. He was a proud veteran of the U.S. Army, having served with the 101st Airborne during the Vietnam War. He was awarded the Bronze Star.

In his spare time, he enjoyed visiting the Smithsonian Museums and traveling to Skyline Drive.

Surviving him, in addition to his wife and parents, are daughter Kelli Ann Smith of Westminster; daughter and son-in-law Kara Lee and Randy Enos of Sykesville; son and daughter-in-law Jason Troy and Jana McCumber of Frostburg; and daughter and son-in-law Jamie Lyn and Jason Holbert of Gettysburg.

Also surviving him are sisters Janet Brammer of Hanover and Linda Fefel of Baltimore; and grandchildren Breanna Smith and Sam and Joseph Enos.

Funeral services were held June 24 at Burrier-Queen Funeral Home and Crematory, PA, with viewing on Tuesday from 12 Chaplain David Bare officiating. Interment was in Lake View Memorial Park, Sykesville.

Memorial contributions may be made to Carroll Hospice, 292 Stoner Ave. Westminster, MD 21157; or to the Disabled American Veterans, c/o Gift Processing, P.O. Box 14301 Cincinnati, OH 45250.

Condolences may be expressed online at www.burrier-queen.com.

Hilda M. Selby, 72, Westminster

Hilda M. Selby, 72, of West Friendship, died June 18, 2008, at Howard County General Hospital.

Born April 9, 1936, in Howard County, she was the daughter of the late Albert F. and Caroline Johnson Affeldt.

She was the wife of John E. Selby Sr., also of West Friendship.

She had worked for several years as a fabricator for General Electric, then as a school bus driver for special needs children in the Howard County Public School system.

She was a past president of the Sykesville American Legion Post 223 Auxiliary and was an honorary life member.

Surviving her, in addition to her husband, are son William E. Selby of West Friendship; brother and sister-in-law Howard and Dixie Affeldt of Greencastle, Pa.; brother Lawrence Affeldt of Bunker Hill, W.Va.; sister and brother-in-law Mary Frances and Ron Allen of Hurlock, Md.; and grandchildren Jessica, Billy and Cory. She is also survived by four great-grandchildren.

A funeral service was held at the Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Sykesville. Interment was in Crest Lawn Memorial Gardens, Marriottsville.

John Francis Semelsberger, 72, of Sykesville

John Francis Semelsberger, 72, of Sykesville, died June 15, 2008, at Carroll Hospital Center, Westminster.

Born Oct. 8, 1935, in Patton, Pa., he was the son of the late John Anthony and Frances O'Brien Semelsberger.

He was the husband of Ruth J. Semelsberger of Sykesville.

He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He had been a salesman in the tool industry for many years and was an avid golfer.

Surviving him, in addition to his wife, are sons and daughters-in-law John Francis Semelsberger II and Yolanda of Woodcliff Lake, N.J. and David and Carrie Semelsberger of Huntington, N.Y.; brothers Tom Semelsberger of Altoona, Pa. and David and Jim Semelsberger of Clearfield, Pa.; sister Nancy Yeager of Clearfield, Pa.; and grandchildren Joanne, Matthew, Abby and Jack Semelsberger.

A memorial service was held at Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Sykesville, with the Rev. Richard McCullough officiating. Interment was private.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, 1 Charles Center, 100 N. Charles St., Suite 234, Baltimore, MD 21201.

Emma I. Snowden, 94, of Mount Airy

Emma I. (Magers) Snowden, 94, of Mount Airy, died June 21, 2008, at Carroll Hospital Center.

She was born Sept. 21, 1913 in Mount Airy, the daughter of the late Howard Magers and the late Evelyn I. (Smith) Magers.

She was the spouse of the late Gilbert Snowden.

She was a seamstress for Mount Airy Sewing Company for 39 years.

She was a member of Howard Chapel-Ridgeville United Methodist Church and enjoyed playing bingo at the American Legion in Mount Airy.

Surviving her is her grandson Dale and his wife Sharon Logue of New Windsor; and several great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by daughter Shirley and husband Tommy Logue, grandson Wayne Logue, and by brothers and sisters Orville Magers, Howard Magers, Etta Gartrell, Ruth Frizzell and Sylvia Beall.

Funeral services were held June 24 at Burrier-Queen Funeral Home and Crematory, Winfield. Interment was in Pine Grove Cemetery, Mount Airy.

Memorial contributions may be made to Carroll Hospice, 292 Stoner Ave., Westminster, MD 21157.


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