Angeline F. Williams

THE BALTIMORE EVENING SUN

Angeline F. Williams, who served on the Anne Arundel County Board of Education from 1955 until 1967, died March 13 at the Annapolis Convalescent Center after a long illness.

Mrs. Williams, who was 95, was named to the board after being a member of a committee to study the integration of the county school system and was a supporter of adult education and reading programs.

A native of Riderwood, the former Angeline Foster was a graduate of Friends School and, in 1917, of Goucher College. She studied music at the Peabody Institute.

Services for Mrs. Williams, who is survived by several cousins, were held March 15 at St. Anne's Church.

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