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Jewel Josephine Orloski Church Member

Jewel Josephine Orloski, 66, a member of St. Mark of the Evangelist Catholic Church in Hyattsville, died April 21 of aspiration pneumonia at Mariner Health Center in Laurel.

Ms. Orloski, who was mentally handicapped, was born in Washington. Her disability didn't darken her personality. She was very outgoing, her sister said.

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She enjoyed overseas travel with her parents and helped her mother, who died in January, prepare their garden for the University Park, Md., Women's Club annual spring garden tour.

For the past 11 years, Ms. Orloski lived in the Christian Assisted Living for Mentally Retarded Adults Inc. community residence home in Beltsville.

Survivors include her father, John Orloski of Silver Spring, and her sister, Mary Jane Phillips of Silver Spring.

Kathleen Pendleton Malley Administrative Secretary

Kathleen Pendleton Malley, 96, a former administrative secretary with the FBI and the Federal Reserve Board, died April 18 of complications of several strokes at the Manor Care nursing home in Chevy Chase.

Mrs. Malley was an administrative secretary at the FBI from 1926 to 1935, spending a year in Charlotte and then in Washington where she had several temporary assignments as J. Edgar Hoover's personal secretary. She worked another year at the Federal Reserve Board.

She was born in Briston, Tenn., and attended Holy Cross Academy in Washington to complete grade school and the first two years of high school. She graduated from Maury High School in Norfolk and attended Norfolk Business School in 1926 before joining the FBI.

During World War II, she was a volunteer aircraft spotter for the Army Air Force Aircraft Warning Service Observer Corps. Later, she volunteered as a Red Cross Gray Lady at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda for 15 years and with Christ Child Opportunity Shop in Georgetown.

She belonged to the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Chevy Chase Club (1955-1985). She also was a member of the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Washington.

Her husband of 52 years, John W. Malley, died in 1988.

Survivors include two children, Kathleen Malley Montague of Chevy Chase and Wallace Malley of Montpelier, Vt.; a sister; six grandchildren; and one great-grandson.

Chester L. Green Statistician

Chester L. Green, 84, a statistician with the Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics for 37 years, died April 20 at Casey House hospice in Rockville. He had pancreatic cancer.

Mr. Green was editor of "Employment and Earnings," a monthly publication of the bureau, before retiring in 1979.

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