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Eline Funeral Home

934 S. Main Street
Hampstead, MD 21074
(410) 239-8163
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Elizabeth Earley

Monday, September 05, 2016

After her marriage, Betty moved to Auburn where she lived for over 50 years.Her husband, John J. Earley, died in 1983. She leaves a daughter, Janice Earley, and her husband, James Roldan, of E. Hampstead, N.H., a sister, Barbara Stanton of Northborough; a sister-in-law, Wilhelmina Fahnstrom, of Illinois, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. She also leaves a close friend, Carolyn Dumais of Auburn. She was predeceased by her brother, Richard C. Fahnstrom of Pekin, Illinois. Betty was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Auburn where she served as church secretary for fifteen years. She was a member of the choir, several church committees and was President of its Naomi Women’s Group for a number of years. She had also been a Girl Scout leader. She enjoyed traveling, the beach, being with friends and family and her church. The family wishes to thank all at Beaumont who provided such loving care to her.There are no calling hours. A funeral service celebrating Betty’s life will be on Friday August 19, 2016 at 11am in the BRITTON-WALLACE FUNERAL HOME, 91 Central Street, Auburn. Burial will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to Bethel Lutheran Church, 90 Bryn Mawr Avenue Auburn, MA 01501 or to the Activity Fund at Beaumont of Northborough, 238 West Main Street, Northborough, MA 01532. To leave a note of Condolence for Betty’s family or to view her Book of Memories, please visit, www.brittonfuneralhomes.com...

Joseph Burdis, who oversaw Toyota dealership operations in mid-Atlantic, dies - Baltimore Sun

Monday, August 22, 2016

World War II, then went on to oversee the expansion of Toyota dealerships throughout the mid-Atlantic area, died Aug. 15 of unknown causes at his daughter's home in Hampstead. The longtime Columbia resident was 92.Known as "Big Joe" around the office, Mr. Burdis would help the owners of new Toyota dealerships get off the ground and then help them run their operations."He supported businessmen who were starting their businesses," said a daughter, Tracy Burdis Broccolino of Columbia. "He supported families and men and women who were starting from scratch and helped them continue and sustain their success."Mr. Burdis was born in Pittsburgh in 1924. His father, Joseph Burdis Sr., was an immigrant from New Castle, England, who worked in the steel mills, and Helen Bowers Burdis, a homemaker.After graduating from Turtle Creek High School in 1942, Mr. Burdis worked briefly as a machinist with the Union Railroad in East Pittsburgh before enlisting in the Army Air Corps — now the U.S. Air Force — that same year.Stationed in Thetford, England, Mr. Burdis was a radio operator and gunner on a B-17 Flying Fortress, a heavy bomber. His plane, nicknamed "Shoot the Works," was involved in missions to Russia. In Germany, the plane bombed targets...

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Elizabeth Earley

Monday, September 05, 2016

After her marriage, Betty moved to Auburn where she lived for over 50 years.Her husband, John J. Earley, died in 1983. She leaves a daughter, Janice Earley, and her husband, James Roldan, of E. Hampstead, N.H., a sister, Barbara Stanton of Northborough; a sister-in-law, Wilhelmina Fahnstrom, of Illinois, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. She also leaves a close friend, Carolyn Dumais of Auburn. She was predeceased by her brother, Richard C. Fahnstrom of Pekin, Illinois. Betty was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Auburn where she served as church secretary for fifteen years. She was a member of the choir, several church committees and was President of its Naomi Women’s Group for a number of years. She had also been a Girl Scout leader. She enjoyed traveling, the beach, being with friends and family and her church. The family wishes to thank all at Beaumont who provided such loving care to her.There are no calling hours. A funeral service celebrating Betty’s life will be on Friday August 19, 2016 at 11am in the BRITTON-WALLACE FUNERAL HOME, 91 Central Street, Auburn. Burial will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to Bethel Lutheran Church, 90 Bryn Mawr Avenue Auburn, MA 01501 or to the Activity Fund at Beaumont of Northborough, 238 West Main Street, Northborough, MA 01532. To leave a note of Condolence for Betty’s family or to view her Book of Memories, please visit, www.brittonfuneralhomes.com...

Joseph Burdis, who oversaw Toyota dealership operations in mid-Atlantic, dies - Baltimore Sun

Monday, August 22, 2016

World War II, then went on to oversee the expansion of Toyota dealerships throughout the mid-Atlantic area, died Aug. 15 of unknown causes at his daughter's home in Hampstead. The longtime Columbia resident was 92.Known as "Big Joe" around the office, Mr. Burdis would help the owners of new Toyota dealerships get off the ground and then help them run their operations."He supported businessmen who were starting their businesses," said a daughter, Tracy Burdis Broccolino of Columbia. "He supported families and men and women who were starting from scratch and helped them continue and sustain their success."Mr. Burdis was born in Pittsburgh in 1924. His father, Joseph Burdis Sr., was an immigrant from New Castle, England, who worked in the steel mills, and Helen Bowers Burdis, a homemaker.After graduating from Turtle Creek High School in 1942, Mr. Burdis worked briefly as a machinist with the Union Railroad in East Pittsburgh before enlisting in the Army Air Corps — now the U.S. Air Force — that same year.Stationed in Thetford, England, Mr. Burdis was a radio operator and gunner on a B-17 Flying Fortress, a heavy bomber. His plane, nicknamed "Shoot the Works," was involved in missions to Russia. In Germany, the plane bombed targets...