Fairfield Farms Dairy Cooling Station Detour

Former Employees/Suppliers

  1. J.William Stambaugh Obit
    Mr. Stambaugh was employed by the Western Maryland Sealtest Dairy in Detour during the 1930s and later farmed in the Detour area for a number of years.
    In 1959 he moved to the village of Keysville, where he and his late wife operated a small grocery store.
  2. George Thomas Kiser - Jul. 20, 1909 - Feb. 3, 1994 obit
    He was employed as a machinist by Cambridge Rubber Co. in Taneytown and earlier in his career by Western Maryland Dairy in Detour, Md.
  3. Edgar Snyder - August 18, 1924 - January 15, 2015 obit
    Mr. Snyder was employed at the Western Maryland Dairy, Detour; Cambridge Rubber Factory, Taneytown;
    Western Maryland Railroad Shops, Union Bridge and retired from Lehigh Cement Company, Union Bridge after 34 years of service.
  4. Joseph Lee Hummer (1910 - 2003) - Find A Grave Memorial
    He had been employed as a truck driver for Western Maryland Sealtest Dairy, Detour,
    and then worked at Condon Tobacco Co., which became Wachter Brothers Wholesalers, where he retired in 1982.
  5. The News from Frederick, Maryland Page 17 - Newspapers.com
    https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/8923454/
    The News (Frederick, Maryland), Thursday, March 13, 1952, Page 17
    See Mr. Ralph Schildt WESTERN MARYLAND DAIRY Detour Plant Detour, Md.

    The News from Frederick, Maryland Page 8 - Newspapers.com
    https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/8941412/
    The News (Frederick, Maryland), Monday, May 12, 1952, Page 8
    See Mr. Ralph Schildt WESTERN MARYLAND DAIRY Detour Plant Detour, Md.

    https://billiongraves.com/social-security/RALPH-SCHILDT/31443150
    RALPH SCHILDT 23 Jul 1908 - Dec 1974 SSN 216-05-1397 was issued in the state of Maryland.
    http://crestleaf.com/people/detour-md/all/all?p=4
    Ralph Schildt Detour, MD Born: Jul 23, 1908 Deceased: Dec, 1974

  6. http://www.emmitsburg.net/ - The Baumgardners of Maryland
    Raymond Earl Baumgardner shipped milk to Motter's Station.
    It was hauled by Mr. James Long who lived near Motter's Station.
    When the Creamery at Motter's was closed,
    (Ike Fisher who lived there and ran the store...a creamery from 1883 to 1916.
    In 1916 the complex was purchased by James M. Sayler who had the business until 1946.)
    Mr. Long took the Milk to Western Maryland Dairy at Detour Maryland.

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