Rosalind (Roz) Adelberg, 58, a personnel management specialist with the Department of the Army, died of cancer April 20 at Fairfax Hospital. She lived in Alexandria.
She had been a civilian employe with the Army's programs and evaluation survey teams here since 1968.
Miss Adelberg was first vice president of the National Women's Army Corps Veterans Association, and represented the Wac Vets at most of the major veterans ceremonies here.
In World War II, she joined the Women's Army Auxillary Corps (WAAC) which later became the Women's Army Corps (WAC) and was sent to the Pacific where she worked in special services in Autralia, New Guinea and the Philippines. She received a disability discharge.
During 1950-56, Miss Adelberg was a civilian employe with the Navy's military sea transport service in Japan. Before coming here, she worked for 10 years with the Alaska Air Command in Fairbanks.
She was born in Boston and graduated from Emerson College there. She held a master's degree in fine arts from the University of Mexico.
Miss Adelberg had been active in the Disabled American Veterans and American Legion. She was a former president of the Northern Virginia WAC Vets, Chapter 33. She was on the Northern Virginia executive board of the American Cancer Society.
She is survived by a sister, Sylvia Devey, of Indian Rock, Fla., and three brothers, Leonard, of Spring Hill, Fla., Erwin, of Quincy, Mass., and Melvin of Eufield, Mass.