Nonie T. Baur, 64, a nurse in Washington for many years, died of cancer Monday at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Mrs. Baur was born in Washington and graduated from Notre Dame Academy. She trained as a nurse at the Capital City School of Nursing at the old Gallinger Hospital, now D.C. General Hospital.
She was a nurse on the staffs of the Homeopathic and Gallinger hospitals and later was a nurse at a medical clinic in Washington.
In 1956, she accompanied her husband, and Air Force officer, on a three-year tour of duty in Europe. In 1959, she became a job counselor for the Maryland State Employment Office. In 1964, the family went to Europe again for another three-year stay.
In 1967, when they returned here, Mrs. Baur became a part-time nurse in a doctor's office in Bethesda and worked there until she retired about 1976.
Survivors include her husband, Ernest R. Bauer Jr., a retired lieutenant colonel in the Air Force, of the home in Bethesda; a daughter, Bonnie M. Seifrit, of Laurel; two sons, Ernest W., of Gaithersburg, and Gerald F., of Scott Air Force Base, Belleville, ILL.; a brother, Gerald F. Cush, of Gaithersburg, and two grandchildren.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the Little Sisters of the Poor, 601 Maiden Choice La., Baltimore. CAPTION: Picture, NONIE T. BAUR