Mae Fleming, 94, a Washington resident for more than 70 years, died Wednesday at the Methodist Home here. She had suffered a stroke.
Mrs. Fleming was a native of Baltimore. She was the widow of Samuel H. Fleming, a linotype operator at The Washington Star for many years, who died in 1956.
Mrs. Fleming was a member of Wesley Methodist Church in Washington.
She is survived by a son, William W., one grandchild and three great-grandchildren.
Mr. Bloomgren was born in Warren, Pa., and moved to this area in the 1930s. He was a graduate of Columbia Law School here.
He served in the Army infantry in Europe during World War II and was awarded two Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star. He participated in the Normandy landings and the Battle of the Bulge.
Mr. Bloomgren returned to Washington after the war and practiced law until 1955, when he bought and then ran a farm in Montgomery County.
He is survived by his wife, Stella, of the home; a stepdaughter, Peggy Hurwitz, of College Park; a brother, George S., of East Liverpool, Ohio, and two sisters, Lillian Ewing, of New Cumberland, W. Va., and Thelma DeVore, of Silver Spring.