Raymond F. Rodgers, 26, A retired executive of the Government Employees Insurance Co. (Geico) and its affiliates, died Tuesday at his home in Silver Spring after a heart attack.
At his death, he was a financial consultant with his own firm, Raymond F. Rodgers Associates, in Siver Spring.
Born in Hagerstown, Mr. Rodgers was a graduate a Strayer College and Benjamin Franklin University in Washington.
He worked for Price Waterhouse and Co. in Washington from 1941 to 1947, when he joined Geico here. He was named treasurer in 1955.
At that time, he also was named treasurer of the affiliates, the Government Employees Corp. (GECO) and the Government Employees Financial Corp. (GEFCO).
Mr. Rodgers became president of GECO in 1964. He retired in 1974 as president and board member of the merged GECO and GEFCO.
He then became a consultant for Ahmanson Companies of California and in charge of its Stuyvesant Insurance Group in Aentown, Pa. He continued to live in Silver Spring, commuting to Allentown until 1976, when he set up his own consulting company.
He is survived by his wife, Muriel, and a daughter, Jean C., both of the home in Silver Spring; another daughter, Joan R. Wankmiller, also of Silver Spring; a son, James W. of Columbia, Md., tow sisters, Catherine R. McClellan, of Hagerstown, and Irma R. Ecker, of Waynesboro, Pa., and two grandchildren.
The family suggest that expressions of sympathy may be in the form of contributions of the Montgomery County chapter of the Heart Fund.