John Thomas Moylan, a retired Westinghouse Electric Corp. administrator, died of infection complications Dec. 30 at Howard County General Hospital. The Ellicott City resident was 77.
Born in Baltimore and raised on Forrest Street, he was a 1948 graduate of City College, where he played lacrosse. He then joined the Army and remained in the reserves for another four decades. He was a member of the Veterans Corps of the 5th Regiment of Maryland and held the rank of colonel.
As a young man, Mr. Moylan worked at Black and Decker, the Towson toolmaker. He earned a business degree from the University of Baltimore in 1967 and retired as a Westinghouse Electric Corp. administrator after 38 years of service.
He served on the Democratic State Central Committee in 1974. He was a member of the American Legion, the National Rifle Association, the Moose, Fleet Reserve and Veterans of Foreign Wars.
At his death, he was president of the Randallstown Lodge of the Order of Sons of Italy of America.
A Mass was held yesterday at St. Mark Roman Catholic Church in Catonsville.
Survivors include his wife, the former Anna Corbin; four sons, Robert A. Moylan of Orlando, Fla., Patrick M. Moylan of West Friendship, John T. Moylan Jr. of Glen Burnie and Martin M. Moylan of Catonsville; a daughter, Mary K. Moylan of Catonsville; two brothers, Martin I. Moylan of Baltimore and William J. Moylan of Parkville; a sister, Anna Marie Pintavalle of New York City; and seven grandchildren.