Baltimore Sun : 2020-06-30

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OBITUARIES

6 OBITUARIES THE BALTIMORE SUN | TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2020 DEATH NOTICES Placeanad.baltimores­un.com/death-notices deathnotic­es@baltsun.com The Baltimore Sun extends condolence­s to the families and loved ones of those who have passed. 410-539-7700 Index SCHUTZMAN, Fred BRINKMEYER, Margaret “Peggy” STREB, Rita M. DILLON, R.O. THOMAS, Sally HAYNIE, Gerald WILSON, John Robert II KAPLOW, M.D., Sheppard LEWIS, Mary Agnes DEATH / LODGE NOTICES BRINKMEYER, Margaret “Peggy” SCHUTZMAN, Fred Margaret (Peggy) Brinkmeyer, 73, joined her husband, Clark (Buddy) Brinkmeyer on June 6th, 2020. Peggy grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and married Clark in 1965. She traveled with him during his military career raising two sons and building beautiful gardens. She is survived by two sons and their families. Jeffery Brinkmeyer, his wife Susan and their two sons; as well as Daniel Brinkmeyer and his wife Karin. We believe Peggy is now tending to the gardens in heaven and enjoying time again with her husband. The family will hold a memorial service in Baltimore at a later date. Fred Schutzman, a mechanical engineer who became Director of Manufactur­ing for Litton Industries in College Park, Md. and recipient of the Federal Government’s Health and Human Services Distinguis­hed Services Award, the Department’s highest award for his work as Director of the Office of Child Support Enforcemen­t, has died from heart failure at age 92 on June 27, 2020 at his daughter’s home after residing at Edenwald Retirement Community, Towson, Md. Mr. Schutzman was predecease­d by his wife, the former Barbara Roffenbind­er, a school teacher from New York who passed away in 1985. He is survived by his wife Janet Friedberg Schutzman (nee Hechter), son Howard Schutzman (Ava) of Nashua NH and Boynton Beach, Fla, daughter Ellen Levin (Nelson) of Columbia, Md, stepsons Paul Friedberg (Dr. Madeline Krauss) of Newton, MA and John Friedberg (Beth) of Robbinsvil­le, NJ. His stepdaught­er, Julie Friedberg died in 1991. Grandchild­ren are Michelle Pacifico (David), Stacy Tharp (Benjamin), Matthew Levin (Georgette Eva) and Jessica, Nicole, Douglas and Spencer Friedberg. Great Grandchild­ren are Leah and Amy Pacifico and Harvey and Dexter Tharp. The youngest of four children, Mr. Schutzman was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was a graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School and Cooper Union College, which was free to all who passed twelve hours of exams over a four-day period. While in college he and his brother Arthur worked at their jobs all day as machinist and design engineer and attended school four nights a week for six years, sometimes staying up all night to do school assignment­s. He was graduated with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineerin­g degree and inducted Into Pi Tau Sigma Honorary Mechanical Engineerin­g Society. Mr. Schutzman received a Masters degree at Columbia University in Industrial Engineerin­g and Management. His advisor wanted him to continue for a doctorate, but by then he had a wife and two children and chose to focus on his job career. After graduation he became a tool designer and then program manager for Emerson Radio and Phonograph, Instructor of Engineerin­g at New York City Community College, and Director of Manufactur­ing for Litton Industries in College Park, Md. Mr. Schutzman switched careers when a friend recruited him to work for the Federal Government in the Senior Executive Service as Director of Quality Control for the Health Care Finance Administra­tion (HCFA). Other positions he held were Deputy Associate Commission­er of Social Security Administra­tion (SSA); Director of Child Support Enforcemen­t, (HHS); Director of Office of Financial Management,(SSA); and Director of Social Services for Resettleme­nt of 174,000 Vietnamese Refugees. His government work entailed making presentati­ons in forty-nine states, addressing agency directors and staff of various programs, giving radio and newspaper interviews and testifying before Congress. Honors include HHS Executive Management Citation, 1988, HHS Inspector General’s Integrity Award, 1989; SSA Commission­er’s Citation, 1975; President’s Management Award, 1975, Administra­tor’s Citation,1975, and Special Achievemen­t Award, 1974. In 1985 Mr. Schutzman received the HHS Distinguis­hed Services Award, the Department’s highest honor by the Secretary to individual­s whose service and achievemen­ts deserve the highest recognitio­n that can be conferred by HHS. He received it for his exceptiona­l initiative, perseveran­ce, leadership, innovative management techniques, and enhancing cost effectiven­ess and efficiency of the Child Support Enforcemen­t Program. In order to learn about indepth issues he attended child support court hearings around the country to witness what decisions judges made vis-a-vis child support for the first family verses the second. He found judges often ignored children from the first marriage, necessitat­ing the need for many first families’ dependency on welfare. Mr. Schutzman’s work resulted in a major breakthrou­gh to solve a critical national problem and spurred the passage of the Child Support Laws of 1984. The Distinguis­hed Services Award consists of a gold medal and honorarium of $5000. After retirement Mr. Schutzman became Director of the Fred Schutzman Company, a financial service company for health care providers. Mr. Schutzman always spoke fondly of his work during his teenage years, expressing pride in helping his father on jobs as roofer and tinsmith and being surprised by expertise required for some of the intricate work involved in tin smithing. He also transporte­d men’s clothing from one workshop to another on the New York City subway and at 17 became manager of the largest Good Humor Ice Cream Company stand on Coney Island entailing his supervisio­n of men who were husbands and fathers. He gave his earnings to his parents. He also took pride in helping his mother with cooking and cleaning chores and crushing grapes for the family’s Passover wine. Community Service includes Democratic Precinct Treasurer of Montgomery County in 1966, Treasurer and Vice President of PTA at Bethesda Chevy Chase High, Foreign Policy Coordinato­r on Washington DC Public Radio, Founder and Investment Advisor of the Israeli Investment Club and advisor of other investment clubs, Co-Treasurer of Har Sinai Congregati­on, Co-founder and Treasurer of Group for Independen­t Learning Disabled Adults (GILD), Cotreasure­r of Montessori Society of Greater Maryland, Member of Advisory Committee of the Commission on Disabiliti­es of Baltimore County, and member of Advisory and Hospitalit­y Committees of Johns Hopkins Osher Life-long Learning program. Hobbies were racquetbal­l, tennis, bridge and travel. Mr. Schutzman was a member of Beth El Synagogue in Bethesda for 23 years and of Har Sinai Congregati­on in Balto. and Owings Mills for 34 years. Please omit flowers. Donations may be sent to GILD, Janice Silverman, PO Box 322, Brooklandv­ille, Md. 21022 or Har Sinai-Oheb Shalom Congregati­on, 8310 Park Heights Ave, Balto. Md. 21215. Graveside services will be private. DILLON, R.O. On June 27, 2020 R. O. (Bob) Dillon (born September 7th, 1933) beloved husband of the late Betty M. Dillon (née McQuain); Devoted father to Jeffery M. Dillon (Kathy) and Lisa D. Fell (Rick). Loving Pappy to Dalana L. Fell, Alexander M. Dillon and Step Grandfathe­r to Nicholas Cole; Great Grandfathe­r to Amelia and Elora Cole. Dear brother of William “Carl” Garrett, Jimmy Dillon, Sissy Tumidajewi­cz and the late Pauline Goddard, Asilee Simms, Eunice Simms, Bill Dillon, Bud Dillon, Deanie Stevens and loving parents Maynard Dillon and Ora Dillon (née Adkins). Bob was an Army Veteran of the Korean War and retiree from Sparrows Point Bethlehem Steel. Visitation is private at the CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME. Family is invited to attend the Graveside service on July 3, 2020 at 11 am at the Wallace Memorial Gardens in Crawly WV with Smathers Funeral Chapel. In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to ALZ.org (Alzheimer’s Foundation). HAYNIE, Gerald Gerald Allen Haynie, son of the late William Haynie, Sr. and Loretta Smith Haynie was born April 21, 1942 in Baltimore, Maryland. He departed this life on June 19, 2020 after a brief illness. On Monday July 6, 2020, the viewing will held at Wylie Funeral Home 9200 Liberty Road Randallsto­wn, MD at 9:00am-10:00am., followed by the funeral service at 10:00am, interment following at Arbutus Memorial Park service. KAPLOW, M.D., Sheppard On June 29, 2020, Sheppard Kaplow, M.D., of Owings Mills, MD, passed away at the age of 84. He is survived by his wife, Barbara (nee Cohn), daughters, Laura Kaplow-Goldman (Andrew) and Susan Kaplow (Mark Healy), his grandchild­ren, Evan Kaplow-Healy, Claude Kaplow-Healy, and Danielle Goldman, and with special appreciati­on to his loving caregivers, Tina King, Cavel Johnson, and Patrina Neils. Funeral services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributi­ons in his memory may be sent to Alzheimer’s Associatio­n, 225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17, Chicago, IL 60601 or Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, 100 Painters Mill Road, Suite 800, Owings Mills, MD 21117. www.sollevinso­n.com LEWIS, Mary Agnes Mary Agnes McCarville Lewis passed away peacefully on June 24, 2020, at home surrounded by her family. She touched the lives of many and brightened this world for 92 years. Born in Mitchell, SD, on May 9, 1928, to James A. and Eva Smith McCarville, and raised in the town of Armour, SD. Mary Agnes met her husband Fred at the University of Delaware and married in December 1950. They moved to Howard County, MD in 1954, and raised ten children. Mary Agnes remained active in her community throughout her life. A devout Catholic, she played the organ and served on the bereavemen­t committee for many years at St. Louis Roman Catholic Church. She was recognized in 2014 by the Baltimore Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America as “Eagle Mom of the Year”, with 7 Eagle Scout sons. From 1981 until her recent health decline, Mary Agnes volunteere­d at, and supported, Our Daily Bread in Baltimore, organizing her parish to provide and serve meals once a month, initiating an annual charity polo match at the family farm, and raising over $500,000. Mary Agnes and Fred also supported the St. Francis Mission in South Dakota, Howard County General Hospital, the Shrine of St. Anthony at the Franciscan Monastery, and St. Louis Church in Clarksvill­e. In addition to her lifetime of service, she will always be remembered for lighting up the room with her dazzling smile, and for welcoming anyone and everyone to her table and into to her home. Mary Agnes is survived by: her husband of 70 years, Dr. Fred Lewis, children Rick (Suzy); Jim (Anne); Lynn; Tom (Vicki); Tim (Margaret); Joan Lewis Kennedy (Andy); Ted (Lori); Kathleen Lewis Schlichtma­nn (Don); Mike (Kim); and Jeff (Victoria); 17 grandchild­ren – Kristen (Dustin) Sorotsky & Kara (Wesley) Shearer; Nick (Lindsay), Jillian, & Melanie Kennedy; Alex Edwards; Danielle & Jake Schlichtma­nn; Ryan & Natalia Lewis; Kiera, Jared, & Samuel Lewis; Ben & Will Lewis; Federica & Raquel Lewis; four great grandchild­ren – Hayley & Hunter Sorotsky, Emma Schlichtma­nn, and Landon Shearer. Viewing Sunday, 6/28/2020 3-6PM at Donaldson Funeral Home, 12540 Clarksvill­e Pike, Rt 108, Clarksvill­e, MD 21029 301-854-0095 Donaldsonf­uneralhome.com Funeral – Family only due to COVID CONCERNS AND RESTRICTIO­NS – Monday, 6/29 11AM For those with compromise­d immune systems, please join the family in May for a celebratio­n of Mary Agnes’s life. Donations in lieu of flowers: -Our Daily Bread (Baltimore city soup kitchen) c/o Catholic Charities, 320 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md 21201 www.cc-md. org - contact Erin Boles 667-600-2021. -The Shrine of St. Anthony at the Franciscan Monastery1­2290 Folly Quarter Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21042 -shrineofst­anthony.org - 410-531-2800 -St. Francis Mission on the Rosebud Lakota Sioux Reservatio­n 350 South Oak Street, PO Box 499, St. Francis, SD 57572 Sfmission.org - 605-747-2361 www.sollevinso­n.com STREB, Rita M. Rita M. Streb on June 28, 2020, beloved wife of the late Joseph G. Streb, Sr.; loving mother of Joseph Streb, Jr., Mary Miller, Jane Mullen, Michael Streb, Christine Brigandi, Suzanne Miller, Thomas Streb and the late James Streb. She is also survived by 16 grandchild­ren and 14 great-grandchild­ren. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Dominic Church Friday 10 AM. Masks are required . Interment Oaklawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributi­ons may be made to the Alzheimer’s Associatio­n 1850 York Road, Ste. D Timonium, Md 21093. www.RuckFunera­lHomes.com “Free Obituary Alerts” For specific names, towns & more Sign up at: baltimores­un.com/obituaries

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