John T. Farinholt, 64, died Thursday at his home. He was the husband of Mary C. Farinholt. Active in fire service, he was a member and past president of the Lisbon Volunteer Fire Department and a member of the Howard County Firemen's Association, serving on its board of directors. He also had served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. In addition to his wife, survivors include his children, Deborah Gamber, Cynthia Barnard and Mark A. Farinholt, all of here, Elizabeth Parks of Washington County, Pamela Farinholt of Taneytown, Jeannie Warfield of Woodbine and Paul B. Farinholt of Westminster; brother Joseph Farinholt of Westminster; sisters Elizabeth Miller, Dot Meilie and Mildred Howard of Westminster; and 12 grandchildren.
William I. Green Henderson, 36, died Dec. 21 at Capitol Hill Hospital here. He was the son of William Green of York, Pa. and Rachel V. Hill and Dean O. Henderson, both of Taneytown. A 1972 graduate of Francis Scott Key High School, he had been a salesman for Marlow Furniture Store in Prince George's County. In addition to his parents, survivors include sisters Kellee E. Bosley of Westminster and Faye H. Tomlin of North Carolina; brothers Jayson D. Henderson and William Johnson, both of Pennsylvania; paternal grandfather, Aquilla Green of Pennsylvania, and maternal grandfather, Theodore Hill of Taneytown.
Donna J. Harman, 38, died Dec. 23 at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. She was the daughter of Woodard A. and Eleanor A. Roberts Sr. of Reisterstown, Baltimore County. She was the wife of Bernard C. Harman. She was one of the founders and a volunteer for WINGS, a cancer support group here. In addition to her husband and parents, survivors include her children Jodi L., Sheri L., and Darrin K. Harman, all of her home here; brother Woodard Roberts of here; sisters Janet G. Knight of Reisterstown and Jo Ann Larrimore of Timonium, Baltimore County. The family requests memorials in her name to WINGS, Carroll Hospice, 30 Carroll St., here.
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