Services for Argaree Belk Hickey of Glen Burnie will take place at 11 a.m. today at Nichols Bethel United Methodist Church, where she wasa member.

Mrs. Hickey, 75, died July 22 of a heart attack at Kimbrough Army Medical Center.

Originally from Billsborough, Texas, she was a homemaker who was active in church affairs. Other interests included crafts, sewing, and reading.

Survivors include her husband of 53 years, Frank L. Hickey; a daughter, Carolyn H. Cooper of Odenton; a brother, Roland Belkof San Antonio, Texas; a sister, Helen Trumble of Lancaster, Calif.;and a granddaughter, Cristi Cooper of Odenton.



Services for engineer Paul Stephen Olsavsky of Queenstown,formerly of Pasadena, were held yesterday at the Barranco and Sons Severna Park Funeral Home.

Mr. Olsavsky, 57, died July 20 of complications of aplastic anemia.

Born and raised in Reading, Pa., he graduated from Temple University in 1955, and later earned a degree in engineering from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. He was employed by Westinghouse Corp. as an engineer for 35 years.

Mr. Olsavsky's interests included boating.

Survivors include his wife, the former Marilis I. Sheriff, whom he married in 1955; three sons, Stephen P. Olsavsky of Glen Burnie, Jonathan J. Olsavsky of Ridgely and Matthew M. Olsavsky of Denton; a daughter, Tina M. Burns of Grasonville; his mother, Josephine F. Olsavsky; and three grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Aplastic Anemia Foundation.



Services for retired special education teacher Marshall G. Albright of Ferndale are scheduled at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church, where he was a member.

Burial will take place at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery.

Mr. Albright, 68, a Maryland native, died July 20.

The World War II Army veteran worked as a special education teacher at several county schools for 27 years, retiring in 1982. Survivors include his wife of 41 years, Margaret S. Albright; two daughters, Vicki L. Sieglinof Ferndale, and Karen B. Birx of Linthicum; three brothers, Thomas Albright of Boca Raton, Fla., Melvin Albright of Hagerstown, and Louis Albright of Frostburg; and three grandchildren.



A memorial service for Diane Scrivener Adams of Edgewater will take place at 11 a.m. July 27, for her family and friends, at the family home in Edgewater.

Ms. Adams, 52, died of cancer at her home July 21.

A psychotherapist who specialized in cancer counseling, Ms. Adams was a co-founder and partner in Health Counseling Associates in Washington and a counselor at the Cancer Counseling Institute in Bethesda.

During her career, she was a psychologist inthe public school systems of Washington, Prince George's County, andNew London, Conn. For a time, she was in private practice in East Lyme, Conn.

She was a seventh-generation resident of Washington who at

tended the Holton Arms School. Ms. Adams received her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, and her graduate degree from George Washington University in Washington. She was a doctoral candidate at the University of Hartford, Connecticut.

She was a member of the American Psychological Association,the District of Columbia Psychological Association, the International Association of Cancer Counselors and the International Society for New Identity Process.

Survivors include her husband, Richard C. Adams; a sister, Mimi Calver; and a brother, Tony Scrivener,all of Annapolis; a step-brother, Alan Henry of Wilmette, Ill.; and a step-sister, Caroline Henry Martin of New York.

Memorial donations may be given to the Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church, 200School Ave., Linthicum 21090.

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