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Jane Gantz (nee Quillin)

Obituary Date: 5/5/1988

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Obituary of Jane Q. Gantz. Berlin, Maryland--A memorial service is planned at 3 p.m. Sunday in Saint Paul's Episcopal Church here for a member, Jane Q. Parker Gantz, 61, of Berlin and Ocean Pines. She died Monday in her home on Bay Street here of cancer. Gantz in 1965 was the recipient of the second Berlin "Citizen of the Year Award." Officiating will be the Rev. Daniel Hinkle. Born in Berlin, she was a daughter of the late Horace Edward and Sabra Elizabeth Houston Quillin. Her first husband, Joseph E. Parker, died in 1970. Her second husband was Dr. Frank Elwin Gantz, Jr. He died in 1983. She formerly was employed with two Ocean City accounting firms. At St. Paul's Church she was a member of the Alter Guild. Gantz attended Hood College and also the University of Maryland School of Nursing in Baltimore. She was a life member of the Maryland Congress of Parents and Teachers and a board member of the Berlin Heritage Foundation, a charter member of the Worcester Chorale, a member and past president of the Children's Home Foundation of Easton and had been chairman of several Heart Association
and American Cancer Society drives in the Berlin area. She was also a former member of the Junior Auxiliary Board of the Peninsula General Hospital Medical Center in Salisbury. Surviving are four children, Joseph E. Parker, Jr., of Berlin, Mitchell E. Parker, Moreno Valley, California, Stephen E. Parker of Carlisle, Penna., and Sabra P. McIntosh, Seattle, Washington; three step children, Frank E. Gantz III, Denver, Tina Marie Gantz, Berlin, and Joni Gantz of Paris; six grandchildren; a brother Horace D. Quillin, Berlin, and several nieces and nephews. Contributions may be made in memory of the deceased to the American Cancer Society, in care of Mildred Villani, 118 Cedar Avenue, Berlin, Maryland 21811. Arrangements are being handled by the Burbage Funeral Home here. The SALISBURY TIMES NEWSPAPER, Salisbury, Maryland, Thursday May 5, 1988.

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