She was past president of the Auxiliary of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia, a member of the Sisterhood of the Washington Hebrew Congregation and a lover of the symphony and opera, whose performances she regularly attended.
A grandson, Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Nicholas Lee Ziolkowski, died Nov. 14 in the assault on Fallujah in Iraq.
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Survivors include her husband, Dr. Raymond Scalettar of North Bethesda; two children, Lydia Scalettar of Germantown and Mark Scalettar of Silver Spring; and three grandchildren.
Raymond Edward Randolph Metro Supervisor
Raymond Edward Randolph, 75, a supervisor with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, died Dec. 14 of respiratory failure at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring. He lived in Riverdale.
Mr. Randolph worked for Metro for 38 years, beginning as a streetcar driver in 1953. He later drove buses and spent most of his career as a supervisor before retiring in 1991.
He was born in Washington and graduated from Eastern High School. He was in the Army from 1948 to 1952 and later served five years in the National Guard.
While working at Metro, Mr. Randolph was also a volunteer bus driver for the Melwood Horticultural Training Center, a program for disabled adults in Prince George's County.
He enjoyed nature and working on his computer.
Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Barbara E. Randolph of Riverdale; four children, Diana L. Cain of Snellville, Ga., Terry R. Randolph of Chesapeake Beach, Gary E. Randolph of Sterling and Renee Marks of Landover Hills; a brother, William Randolph of Paris, Ky.; a sister, Barbara Jean Canole of Hyattsville; eight grandchildren; and a great-grandson.