Wilda Hasty DelBianco, 53, a printing specialist for the Public Health Service in Rockville and a Washington area resident for 37 years, died of cancer Wednesday at Suburban Hospital.

Mrs. DelBianco was born on a farm in Moore County, N.C., and moved to the Washington area in 1943. She graduated from Bladensburg High School in Maryland and Strayer College business school here.

She worked for the Government Printing Office before her marriage in 1949 to Francis R. DelBianco, another GPO employe. After her marriage, she stopped working to rear a family.

In 1971, she joined the Public Health Service. At the time of her death, she was a printing specialist in charge of the electronic composition section in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health. In 1978, she received the Public Health Service's Exemplary Service Award.

Mrs. DelBianco, who lived in Adelphi for 25 years, recently moved to Glenn Dale, Md. She was a 25-year membe of St. Camiluss Catholic Church in Silver Spring and was active in church-sponsored Girl troops. She was a member of the Franklin Technical Society and the Washington Litho Club and had participated in community fund-raising for charity.

In addition to her husband, survivors include two sons, David and Douglas, all of Glenn Dale; three daughters, Deanne Beuchert of Denver, Debora Breeden of Herndon and Donna Brown of Manassas; two sisters, Nellie Bennett of Cameron, N.C., and Dorothy Hussong of Oregon; three brothers, Dr. Fred Hasty and Irvin Hasty of Fayetteville, N.C., and Wade Hasty of Miami, and two granddaughters.