Fulton E. Knight
Fulton E. Knight, 93, passed away on December 25, 2018 in Ft. Wayne, IN. He was born in Charlottesville, VA to the late William and Ethel Knight.
Fulton grew up in Dundalk and attended Sparrows Point HS before joining the U.S. Army. He served with honor in the 3rd Army during WWII and received a Bronze Star for bravery in action during the winter 1944 into 1945. After the war Fulton worked at, and eventually retired from Sparrows Point as a fire fighter. He enjoyed shooting pool and duckpin bowling.
Fulton is survived by his three children: Deborah (James) Simmons, of Fort Wayne IN; Martin (Carla Lynn) Knight, of Centreville, MD; and Kenneth Knight of Baltimore MD. He is also survived by his three grandchildren: Tyler, Jessica and Kelly Knight; greatgrandson: Emmitt Knight; a two siblings: Arnold Knight and Jean Abramowski. Fulton was preceded in death by seven siblings.
Private services will be held at a later date.
John A. Szymanski
On December 23, 2018;John A. Szymanski, United States Army Veteran of Baltimore; devoted husband of Katherine Szymanski; beloved father of Robin Hayes, Wendy Stoltzfus and husband Lynn; and preceded in death by Michele Weis and John Syzmanski; cherished grandfather of Justin Stoltzfus, Matthew Stoltzfus, Elizabeth Landis, Meghan Denhard and Erin Szymanski; also survived by four great grandchildren.
A private service will be held at a later date.
William Taylor Rittenberry III
On December 20, 2018, William (Billy) Taylor Rittenberry III passed away at the age of 42. Beloved son of Bill and Debbie Rittenberry; Loving father of Jacob KingRittenberry; Dear brother of Jennifer Lynch and her husband Adam; and Cherished uncle of Ashley, Julie and Josh Lynch. Billy will be remembered for his kind heart and charming personality.
Marion V. Lawton
On December 18, 2018, at the age of 93, Marion V. Lawton, beloved wife of the late Charles R. “Bob” Lawton and loving sister of the late Robert L. Kromm. Marion is survived by her nephew Dennis Kromm and his wife Nancy.
A lifelong Dundalk resident, Marion was a retired employee of the Bethlehem Steel Sparrows Point Shipyard. She was a member of St. George’s and St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church and was an active member of The Dundalk Lions Club. She enjoyed ballroom dancing and crafts. Marion’s final years were spent at Brightview Assisted Living in White Marsh.
A memorial service to celebrate Marion’s life will be held at St. George’s and St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church on Jan. 4 at 11 a.m. Interment will follow the service at Oak Lawn Cemeter y.