Juanita Hudgens Hewlett, 60, executive secretary at the United Way of America in Alexandria, died of a cerebral hemorrhage Saturday at Alexandria Hospital.

She was the widow of the Rev. Glenn H. Hewlett, former rector of the Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion in Washington, who died in 1976.

Born in Harrisburg, Ill., Mrs. Hewlett moved to this area in the early 1940s. From 1958 to 1968, she lived in Kentucky while her husband studied for the ministry, and then was rector of churches in Harlan and paris.

They returned here in 1968, where Mr. Hewlett served as associate pastor of All Souls Memorial Episcopal Church until 1974, when he moved to the Church of the Holy Communion.

Mrs. Hewlett was a member of the Women of All Souls, St. Katherine's Guild and the Chancel Guild and designed the Sunday School curriculum at that church.

At the Church of the Holy Communion, she was church secretary and registrar to the vestry.

She was vice president of the Women's Board of the Episcopal Church Home and a member of the Women's Board of the Episcopal Center for Children and worked actively with Children's Hospital.

She is survived by her mother, Lulu Hudgens, of the home in Alexandria; a daughter, Glenda Ann, of Lawrence, Kan.; a sonAndrew S., of Lexington, Ky., and one grandchild.