Mildred Love, 53, a special education teacher in the Prince George's public schools for the past 14 years, died of cancer Monday at the Washington Hospital Center.

She had taught for the past four years at Doswell E. Brooks Elementary School in Capital Heights. Before that, she had taught at a number of schools, including Eugene Burroughs Junior High School in Accokeek.

During the last seven years she also taught for the Second Genesis Program, a drug-abuse rehabilitation organization.

Mrs. Love was a native of Savanah, Ga., and came to Washington to attend Howard University. She earned a pharmacy degree at Howard in 1949, and practiced pharmacy in Georgia before moving to Washington about 1952.

She was a pharmacist at the old Physician's Pharmacy on 11th st. NW. during the 1950s.

Mrs. Love earned a master's degree, in crisis resource education at George Washington University in 1970.

She was a member of the Calvary Protestant Episcopal Church in Washington where she served in both St. Mary's and St. Martha's guilds.

Survivors include a daughter, Mialan V. Love, and a son, Stanford D. Love, of the home in Upper Marlboro; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William t. Perry Sr., of Savannah; four sisters, jeannette Perry, Marguerite O'Brien, and Delores Anderson, all of Washington, And Thelma Alston, of Atlanta, and three brothers, William T. Perry Jr., of Atlanta, and Alonza Perry and Louis Perry, both of Washington.