Jane Stotsenburg Wainwright, 92, a member of a military family who lived in Washington most of her life and was active in churches here, died of respiratory failure Feb. 20 at Bethesda Naval Hospital.
Her father, Army Col. John M. Stotsenburg, was killed in combat in the Philippines in 1898. One of Mrs. Wainwright's sons, Army Capt. William A. Kromer, was killed while leading his company during the Battle of the Bulge in Europe during World War II.
Mrs. Wainwright came to Washington at the age of 10 and attended Mount Vernon Seminary. Her first marriage was to the late Army Maj. Gen. Leon B. Kromer, a former chief of cavalry. The marriage ended in divorce. Her second husband, Navy Rear Adm. John D. Wainwright, died in 1965.
Mrs. Wainwright was a member of St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in Washington until joining Epiphany Episcopal Church in Washington about five years ago.
She lived in Washington. During World War II, she had been active in Navy Relief work. She was a member of the Society of Colonial Dames.
Survivors include two sons, John S. Kromer of Belmont, Mass and Leon B. Kromer Jr. of Millbrook, N.Y.; a daughter, Jane Kromer Cean of Washington; 11 grandchildren, and 14 great-granchildren.