Bonnie Meiselman, 62, a former psychiatric social worker with the Department of the Army, died of heart attack Wednesday at her home in Mount Vernon area of Fairfax County.
Born in Duquense County, Pa., she grew up in Clifton Forge, Va. She was a graduate of Phillips University in Enid, Okla., and took further work in psychology at John Hopkins University in Baltimore.
After World War II, Mrs. Meiselman was on the staff of the Army Surgeon General and served overseas, including Japan. From 1948 to 1952, she was in the office of the chief or ordnance at the Pentagon.
Mrs. Meiselman was a former president of the Marta Washington Republican Women's Club and a member of the National Federation of Republican Women. She was a trustee of the National Gallery of Art.
She did not volunteer work for the Heart Foundation and the American Red Cross. She belonged to the Daughters of the American revolution and the Cardinal Society of Virginia.
She is survived by her husband, Sumner Meiselman, and a daughter, Elizabeth Anne Meiselman, both of the home, another daughter, Mrs. David Riley, of Alexandria; a son, David, a graduate student at the University of Virginia; a sisiter, Mrs. C.J. Marks, Of Rocky Mount, N.C., a brother, William B. Overstreet, Jr., of Roanoke, Va., and one grandchild.