Mr. Perdikis was a resistance fighter against Nazi occupation in Greece, then entered the diplomatic service.
Mr. Paine helped change the look of National Geographic magazine and brought Elvis to postage stamps.
A Local Life: Rev. Baxter delivered sermons to President Lyndon B. Johnson at St. Mark’s on Capitol Hill.
Mr. Coward, 50, who was left a quadriplegic after a car accident, became an activist in the D.C. region.
Mrs. Maschler was born in Germany and lived under assumed names in Holland during World War II.
Mr. Sontag was an expert in the administration of special-education needs.
Mrs. Keating’s legislative efforts included consumer advocacy and women’s issues.
Mr. McCooey opened 1789, the Tombs and F. Scott’s in the heart of the Georgetown neighborhood.
Gilbert Lessenco specialized in government affairs, and he advised Democratic politicians.
Adm. Erly was decorated for his actions during the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.