E. Allen Freiburger, 60, the president of Interaction, Inc., consultants in government marketing, and an amateur radio operator, died Saturday at the Harford Memorial Hospital in Havre de Grace, Md., of injuries sustained in a highway accident on Friday.
Maryland State Police said the car Mr. Freiburger was driving was struck broadside by another vehicle when he apparently failed to stop at a flashing red light and a stop sign at Md. 273 and Md. 276 near Rising Sun, Md. The driver of the second vehicle was treated at a hospital and released.
Mr. Freiburger was born in Chicago and attended Lake Forest College and Northwestern University. He serves in the Navy during World War II and also was a radio engineer and cryptographer with what is now Trans World Airways.
After the war, he was employed in sales and sales management in Chicago with the Philco Corporation, the Admiral Corporation, Concertapes and the International Telephone and Telegraph Company.
In 1961, he moved to the Washington area as the government relations manager of the A. B. Dick Company. He left that firm in 1963 and worked for UNIVAC, the Control Data Corporation and Tesdata Systems. In 1973, he became a private consultant on government marketing. In 1977, he joined Interaction, Inc., which has its offices in Arlington, and was named its president.
Mr. Frieburger, who lived in Falls Church, was an amateur radio operator whose call sign was W4NCU. He was a member of the Northern Virginia FM Association and a life member of the Society of Wireless Pioneers. He was a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association, Sigma Pi Sigma, a scientific organization, and the Returned Services League.
Survivors include his wife, Dolores, of Falls Church; a son, Gary Allen Freiburger of Baltimore; a daughter, Gail Ann Freiburger of Berkeley Springs, W.Va.; his father, Emil Freiburger of Falls Church, and a grandson.