Fu­neral ser­vices be­gin for vic­tims of city bus crash

Baltimore Sun - - AROUND THE REGION - —Fred­er­ick N. Ras­mussen

Fu­neral ser­vices are be­gin­ning this week for the six peo­ple killed in last week’s bus crash in Bal­ti­more. Ser­vices were held Mon­day for Cherry Yar­bor­ough, 51, a state De­part­ment of Health and Men­tal Hy­giene sec­re­tary. Ser­vices for Ger­ald Hol­loway, 51, a nurs­ing home main­te­nance worker, will be held at 8 p.m. Wed­nes­day at the Thomas M. Quinn Fu­neral Home in As­to­ria, N.Y. A fu­neral for Ebonee D. Baker, 33, the MTA bus driver and the mother of four chil­dren, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thurs­day at Greater Geth­se­mane Bap­tist Church, 2525 E. Pre­ston St. A fu­neral for Ter­rance Lee Casey, 52, a for­mer vol­un­teer min­is­ter, will be held at 10 a.m. Fri­day at the Wylie Fu­neral Home, 701 N. Mount St. There was no ser­vice in­for­ma­tion avail­able for Glenn Chap­pell, 67, a AAA­ford­able Trans­porta­tion Inc. bus driver, or Patty Lynn Matinez, 46, who were also killed in the crash. Two of the 11 adults in­jured in the crash were still listed in se­ri­ous con­di­tion Mon­day at the Univer­sity of Mary­land Med­i­cal Cen­ter, hospi­tal of­fi­cials said.

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