OBIT­U­AR­IES

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Point High School, Lou worked at Beth­le­hem Steel, at Fort Ho­labird, as a le­gal sec­re­tary, and as a li­brar­ian for Bal­ti­more County.

Lou may be best known for her gra­cious man­ner and thor­ough­ness in all that she ac­com­plished and her ded­i­cated com­mu­nity ser­vice.

She held lead­er­ship po­si­tions in lo­cal PTA’s, Girl Scout troops, the Dun­dalk Con­cert As­so­ci­a­tion, the Dun­dalk Gar­den Club, the Woman’s Club of Dun­dalk, the Sigma Phi Gamma In­ter­na­tional Soror­ity, the Good Shep­herd Lutheran and the United Methodist Churches, the Com­mu­nity Col­lege of Bal­ti­more County — Dun­dalk, and the Mary­land Arts Coun­cil.

In 1994, she was named the Op­ti­mist Club of Dun­dalk’s Cit­i­zen of the Year.

Lou en­joyed go­ing to the ocean, gar­den­ing, shop­ping, and so­cial­iz­ing with her friends.

She loved her grow­ing fam­ily, leav­ing be­hind six grand­chil­dren, their spouses, and thir­teen great­grand­chil­dren.

A me­mo­rial ser­vice is be­ing planned for the spring.

A schol­ar­ship fund in her mem­ory has been cre­ated to sup­port fe­male stu­dents who are nat­u­ral­ized or first­gen­er­a­tion US cit­i­zens at­tend­ing the com­mu­nity col­lege in Dun­dalk.

Donations may be sent to: Lucy A. Grum­bach Schol­ar­ship, c/o CCBC — Dun­dalk, 7200 Sollers Point Road, Dun­dalk, MD 21222, or on­line at www.ccbcmd.edu/ sup­port-ccbc/ccbc­foun­da­tion. Click Give Now. Des­ig­na­tion: Lucy A. Grum­bach Schol­ar­ship.

LUCY A. GRUM­BACH

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