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Sister Miriam

Notre Dame dean

Sister Mary Miriam Kivlighan, S.S.N.D., former dean of women at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, died yesterday of congestive heart failure at the Maria Health Center at the motherhouse of the School Sisters of Notre Dame.

Sister Miriam, 93, spent much of her career at the college, serving as dean of women, overseeing the boarding students, from 1934 until 1955. From 1955 until 1971, she served as assistant to the director of development and worked in the college library.

She worked in the alumnae office from 1971 until 1975 and then continued to live in the convent at the college for about five years. Her first two assignments were as a teacher at St. Mary's High School in Bryantown and then at the Institute of Notre Dame.

The former Marion Bernardine Kivlighan was born in Staunton, Va., and attended St. Francis School there before finishing her high school education at what is now Notre Dame Preparatory. A College of Notre Dame of Maryland alumna who earned a master's degree at Catholic University and also did graduate work at Columbia University, she entered S.S.N.D. in 1925.

A Mass of Christian burial is to be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the chapel of Villa Assumpta, the motherhouse of her order, at 6401 N. Charles St.

Survivors include sisters Alicia Madden of Wellesley, Mass., Marjorie Voss of Waban, Mass., and Agnes Kelly of Staunton; and several nieces and nephews.

Cameron L. Watt

Westinghouse retiree

Cameron L. Watt, a retired production manager for Westinghouse Electric Corp., died Sunday of heart failure at North Arundel Hospital.

He was 73 and lived in Glen Burnie.

He retired in 1984 from the Westinghouse plant at Baltimore-Washington International Airport. He worked for Westinghouse for 47 years, starting as a stock clerk in Chicopee Falls, Mass. He was transferred to the Baltimore area for a short time in the late 1930s and then permanently in 1952.

Born in Springfield, Mass., he was a graduate of Technical High School there. He served in the Army in the 82nd Airborne Division in World War II.

He was a member of American Legion Post 40 in Glen Burnie.

Services for Mr. Watt were to be conducted at 11 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. S.W. in Glen Burnie.

He is survived by his wife of 51 years, the former Harriet Seibert; a son, Bruce Watt of Glen Burnie; six daughters, Chris Conrad of Ellicott City, Barbara Cunningham of Arnold and Gail Watt, Kathie Bauer, Alice Frye and Carla McCormick, all of Glen Burnie; two sisters, Marilyn Evans of Owings Mills and Dorothy Grauel of Savage; and 16 grandchildren.

Paul E. Carre

Longtime teacher

Paul E. Carre, who taught history at the McDonogh School for more than 60 years and was superintendent of the Farm and Garden Department of the Maryland State Fair in Timonium for 18 years, died Sunday of heart failure at North Arundel Hospital. He was 89.

A memorial service will be conducted at 10 a.m. May 19 in the Tagart Memorial Chapel on the McDonogh campus.

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