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K. Lynne Adams, longtime hospital administrator, dies

K. Lynne Adams, longtime hospital administrator, dies

K. Lynne Adams, a retired medical administrator and vice president of University of Maryland/Upper Chesapeake Health, died of cancer March 7 at her Towson home.

The former Lauraville resident was 62.

Born Karen Lynne Herman in Baltimore and raised in White Marsh and Perry Hall, she was the daughter of Frederick Allen Herman, a tool and die maker, and Madalyn Osborne, a lab assistant at Procter and Gamble.

She was a 1971 graduate of Perry Hall High School, where she was active in journalism. In 1970, she was been named honor queen of Jobe's Daughters in Perry Hall.

After studying at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, she earned a bachelor's degree in...

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