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Harry E. Silverwood Jr., former business and company attorney and money govt, dies – Baltimore Sun

Harry E. Silverwood Jr., a former CitiFinancial government and lover in the Smith, Somerville & Case authorized organization, died in his snooze of cardiovascular issues Could 24 at his North Baltimore residence. He was 87.

Born in Baltimore and elevated in Cedarcroft, he was the son of Harry E. Silverwood Sr., an lawyer, and Bessie Silverwood, a homemaker. Mr. Silverwood was a 1952 graduate of Baltimore Town College or university, where by he was editor of its yearbook, The Greenbag. He gained a political science degree at the Johns Hopkins University, in which he performed on the soccer and lacrosse groups. He was a member of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity and editor of the higher education yearbook, The Hullabaloo.

He fulfilled his upcoming wife, Doris Prem, in Union Memorial Hospital’s emergency home. She was a university student nurse, and he desired focus for an wounded finger. Their very first date was at Fisher’s Restaurant in Northeast Baltimore. She later on pinned his second lieutenant bars on him at Fort Meade.

Just after serving in the Army as an artillery officer at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Mr. Silverwood graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law and was on the legislation review’s board of editors.

Although in legislation faculty, Mr. Silverwood was part-time flooring director at the previous WBAL television studios on North Charles Street, the place he satisfied Lary Lewman, who performed the position of Pete the Pirate Bert and Nancy Claster of “Romper Room” and neighborhood character Rhea Feikin.

Mr. Silverwood practiced regulation for 10 years with the Baltimore business of Sauerwein, Boyd & Decker and was named a lover in 1966. In 1970, he joined the authorized division of the outdated Business Credit Organization and became basic attorney for its Business enterprise Services Team.

In 1988, Mr. Silverwood grew to become a companion at Smith, Somerville & Scenario and worked in business enterprise and company legislation right up until the agency dissolved in 1997. He then returned to the common counsel’s office at Professional Credit history, later on acknowledged as CitiFinancial, a subsidiary of Citigroup, right up until 2003, when he retired.

He was a member of the Maryland Condition and American bar associations, as effectively as many banking and finance associations.

Mr. Silverwood was a lifelong member of 2nd Presbyterian Church, where he served as deacon and later became an elder. He served on the church’s session for 12 years.

He was energetic in the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association’s govt committee and alumni council. He was the 1993 president of Baltimore chapter of the alumni affiliation.

Pursuing his discharge from the Military, Mr. Silverwood served in the Army Reserve and then in the Maryland Military Countrywide Guard with the 110th Area Artillery Battalion at Pikesville. He retired in 1979 as a big.

Mr. Silverwood played piano by ear and frequently informally carried out at his fraternity and at residence with buddies who joined in singing. He was a Paint & Powder Club of Baltimore member and appeared in virtually all of its annual charity display productions for 40 many years. He sang in a men’s refrain and played guitar or piano. He was also the club’s 1977-1978 president.

He was a devotee of Maryland seafood and frequently requested oyster stew and the creamed crab soup at The Peppermill restaurant in Towson.

“My mom, a registered nurse, experimented with to retain him healthy by packing his lunch of salads and SlimFast even nevertheless she realized complete well he would sneak out to Burke’s Restaurant [in downtown Baltimore] for cream of crab soup, onion rings and comfortable crabs,” reported his son Scott Silverwood. “Another spouse and children favored was the outdated House of Welsh on Guilford Avenue.”

“Dad was rather the ‘Mr. Fix It’ particular person,” his son added. “He obtained an old church organ from his brother sometime in the early 1980s that he disassembled and had scattered all more than the carpeted living room floor. Just striving to discover a tester for the vacuum tubes it used was a obstacle in by itself. Yet, he managed to get it operating for a lot of yrs.”

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He was also a member and previous president of the St. George’s Culture of Baltimore and the Cosmopolitan Club of Baltimore.

He had been active in Baltimore-space Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts, and was a previous president of the Pine Valley-Valleywood Group Association and the Pinewood Elementary College PTA.

As a younger guy, he was an Ocean Metropolis lifeguard and used his summer season holidays at Maryland and Delaware shorelines. He owned a home in Fenwick Island, Delaware. He also traveled extensively to the Caribbean, Europe and Australia.

“My father always beloved summer time vacations in Ocean City, outings courting again to the early 1960s, when at the time, he rented a cottage that had no phone, tv or air conditioning. For amusement, he would enjoy his guitar late in the night to tunes of Eddy Arnold, Glen Campbell and Roger Miller,” stated his son Scott.

In Oct 2021, Mr. Silverwood moved to Elkridge Estates off Lake Avenue in North Baltimore.

He is survived by his spouse of 66 several years, Doris Prem, a retired Union Memorial Healthcare facility nurse a daughter, Jody DiNardo of Crisfield two sons, Scott Silverwood of Riderwood and Ross Silverwood, also of Crisfield and 5 grandchildren. His brother, Robert M. Silverwood, died in 2004.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. June 26 at 2nd Presbyterian Church at 4200 St. Paul St.