Dorothy T. MooreWorked for Red CrossDorothy Thomas...


Dorothy T. Moore

Worked for Red Cross

Dorothy Thomas Moore, a Baltimore native who had worked for the American Red Cross, died April 4 at a Clearfield, Pa., hospital after a long bout with cancer. She was 69.

A graduate of the College of Notre Dame, Mrs. Moore had worked about 15 years as an administrative assistant for the Red Cross. She moved to Clearfield about 35 years ago.

Her husband, A. LeConte Moore Jr., died in February 1990.

She is survived by a daughter, Mary Lee Moore of Reston, Va.; a son, A. LeConte Moore III of Millington, N.J.; a brother, J. A. Wade Thomas Jr. of Alexandria, Va.; a sister, Nancy Sullivan of Green Valley, Ariz.; and a grandson.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the Clearfield Foundation for Health Hospice, Box 962, Clearfield, Pa. 16830.

Hazel Rhue Shank

State supervisor

Hazel Rhue Shank, a retired supervisor in the State Employment Security Administration and a retired lieutenant commander in the Naval Reserve, died March 18 at a Veterans Hospital in Phoenix, Ariz.

Ms. Shank, who lived in Cockeysville before moving to Phoenix, had a stroke Jan. 16. She was 86.

She retired in 1974 after working in the state employment program since the late 1930s. A native of Dubois, Pa., she was a graduate of what is now Case Western Reserve University.

She served in the Navy during World War II and was commended for her service in the Naval Reserve Division 5-3 when she retired in 1965.

She is survived by a daughter, Dorothy Fish of Towson; two sisters, Naomi Dorothy Shank of Ames, Iowa, and Jane C. Planck of Phoenix; four nephews; a niece; and three grandchildren.

A private service is planned.


Dr. A. N. Adams

Clinical psychologist

Dr. Alexandra Norton Adams, a clinical psychologist, died of cancer Friday at the Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis.

Dr. Adams, who was 35 and lived on St. Stephens Church Road in Millersville, had been associated for about six months with a psychological and educational service in Bowie, McDonald, Cassidy, Roth and Associates.

Born in Los Angeles and reared in Boston, she was a graduate of Harvard University and earned master's and doctoral degrees from the University of North Carolina.

She is survived by her husband, Dr. G. Williams Adams, radiologist; a son, Thomas Zachary Adams of Millersville; a daughter, Emily Anne Adams of Millersville; her parents, Richard Cochran and Alexandra Adams Norton, both of Boston; and a brother, Richard Cochran Norton Jr. of New York City.

The family suggested contributions to the Wellness Community of Annapolis, Sarah's House in Fort Meade or the Hall for Creative Arts in Annapolis.

Dorothy B. Swindler

Nurse, Shore resident

Services for Dorothy B. Swindler, who had worked as a nurse and in a family-owned hotel in Ocean City, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Paul's-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church in Ocean City.

Mrs. Swinder, who was 83, died of heart failure Tuesday at her home in Berlin.

The former Dorothy Brewer was born in Bethlehem, Pa., and was a graduate of the nursing school at St. Luke's Hospital there.

She had worked more than 20 years as a nurse in Bethlehem and at the old Hannah More Academy on Reisterstown Road.

In 1935 she married William Hearne Jones and the next year began working summers at his family's Ocean City business, the Belmont-Hearne Hotel. Though Mr. Jones died in 1954, she continued the summer work until 1970.

She is survived by her second husband, retired Marine Corps Gen. Leland S. Swindler; two sons, John Burton Jones of Wheaton and William Hearne Jones of Gaithersburg; a stepson, Leland M. Swindler of Fairfax, Va.; two daughters, Kate J. Bunting of Ocean City and Mary J. Fox of Danville, Calif.; two stepdaughters, Alice Joan Frear of Sun City, Ariz., and Margaret S. Sullivan of Corona, Calif.; two sisters, Esther Repash of Lakewood, N.J., and Grace Hunsinger of Bethlehem; eight grandchildren; 14 stepgrandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and 19 stepgreat-grandchildren.

Pauline A. Bregel

Worked to aid blind

Memorial services for Pauline Altvater Bregel, a crusader for ,, the blind, will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday at Parkville Baptist Church, 3309 Taylor Ave., Parkville.

Mrs. Bregel, who lived in Woodlawn, died of cancer April 7. She was 76.

Born in Tunis Mills in Talbot County, Mrs. Bregel grew up in Baltimore and attended Eastern High School. In 1938 she married C. Arthur Bregel, with whom she had two daughters. Mr. Bregel died last year.

When her second daughter, Jacqueline, was born blind, Mrs. Bregel became a champion of causes for the blind. She volunteered for the Red Cross and the Maryland School for the Blind. She helped to establish the Baltimore Eye Bank.

Mrs. Bregel is survived by her daughters, Jane M. Stubbs of Parkville and Jacqueline L. Tkacik of Westminster; two sisters, Bertha Altvater of Baltimore and Grace Hahn of Gaithersburg; and two grandchildren, Michael and Christopher Tkacik.

The family suggested contributions to the Medical Eye Bank of Maryland.

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