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. Adamswas a co-founder and partner in Health Counseling Associates in Washington and a counselor in the Cancer Counseling Institute in Bethesda.

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

She was a seventh-generation resident of Washington, who attended the Holton Arms School. Ms. Adams took 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 wasa doctoral candidate at the University of Hartford in Hartford, Conn.

She was a member of the American Psychological Association (Psi Chi), the District of Columbia Psychological Association, the International Association of Cancer Counselors and the International Societyfor New Identity Process.

Survivors include her husband, Richard C. Adams; a sister, Mimi Calver, and a brother, Tony Scrivener, both of Annapolis; a stepbrother, Alan Henry of Wilmettee, Ill.; and a stepsister, Caroline Henry Martin of New York.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to The Cancer Counseling Research Fund, in memory of Diane Adams; c/o AB & T, 4 Ridgely Ave., Annapolis 21401.



A memorial service for Catherine Barbara Woolford of Glen Burnie will take place at 11 a.m. today at Singleton Funeral Home.

Mrs. Woolford, 79, died July 23 of cardiac arrest at North Arundel Hospital.

Burial will follow the service at Glen Haven Memorial Park.

Born in Baltimore, Mrs. Woolford lived locally for 38 years.

She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Earl W. Woolford; a daughter, Betty Corey of Pasadena; a brother, ManesBocklage Jr. of Baltimore; a sister, Marie Altmann of Middle River; two grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

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