In a report in yesterday's editions of The Washington Post on the death of Dr. Dwight Chapin Monnier, the home address was given incorrectly. The family home is in Damascus, Md. The name of a surviving daughter also was listed incorrectly. She is Linda Anne Purdum, of Dania, Fla. The Post regrets the errors.
Dwight Chapin Monnier, 60, an official of the American College of Cardiology in Bethesda, died of cancer Monday at the National Institutes of Health.
He was associate director of the college and the officer in charge of membership and finance.
The college is a professional organization, and through its Heart House maintains an advanced continuing education program for cardiologists.
Dr. Monnier was a native of Hartford, Conn. He earned a bachelor's degree at the University of Bridgeport, a master's degree in health education at Columbia University, and a doctorate in education administration at the Unversity of Buffalo.
Before joining the college, he had taught school, worked for the Massachusetts Public Health Department, and was an assistant chief of the NIH division of research grants from 1959 to 1967.
He was vice president for administration of the American University of Beirut from 1967 until joining the American College of Cardiology in 1973.
Dr. Monnier served in the Navy during World War II.
His professional memberships included the National Association of Business Economists, the American Society of Association Executives, and the National Economists Club.
He is survived by his wife, the former M. Lorraine MacArthur, of the home in Potomac; two daughters, Donna Taylor, of Damascus, and Anne Purdum, of Dania, Fla., a son, Dwight C. Jr., of Frederick; a brother, William, of Newington, Conn., and two grandchildren.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy by in the form of contributions to the Dwight C. Monnier fund at the Heart House, 9111 Old Georgetown Rd., Bethesda, 20014.