Doris E. Glass, 48, a secretary for Murry's Steak Inc. in Forestville who was an active member of the Air Force Sergeants Association Auxiliary, died Thursday of injuries suffered in a three-car automobile collison earlier that day on Allentown Road near Camp Springs.
A Prince George's County Police spokesman said Mrs. Glass was a passenger in a car driven by her husband, William, who also was injured in the collision. He is reported to be a serious but stable condition with multiple injuries at Malcolm Grow Hospital at Andrews Air Force Base, where the couple was taken for treatment.
Police said Noah Norman of Camp Springs, the driver of the first car, was charged with driving to the left in a no-passing zone in the 7000 block of Allentown Road. He was taken to Southern Maryland Hospital Center in Clinton with chest, head and internal injuries. The driver of the third car, Elijah Thorne, also of Camp Springs, was not charged and suffered only minor injuries.
Mrs. Glass was born and reared in Bantam, Conn. She and her hsuband, a retired Air Force Chief Master Sergeant who is director of programs for the Air Force Sergeants Association, moved to Clinton last year. The couple previously lived in Illinois and in Florida.
An active member of the Air Force Sergeants Auxiliary since 1974, Mrs. Glass had served as international auxiliary trustee, as chairman of the budget and finance committee and was chairman of the cookbook committee at the time of her death. She previously served two terms as auxiliary president of MacDill Air Force Base Chapter A-315 in Florida.
She is a member of Chirst Episcopal Church in Clinton.
Besides her husband, survivors include a son, William, of Clinton, and a brother, Theron Cables of Bantam.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the Air Force Sergeants Association, Airmen Memorial Building Fund, 5211 Auth Road, Camp Springs, 20023.