Judith Rosalind Foer, 49, a resident of Potomac who had worked in the family pharmacy business since 1978, died Jan. 13 in the crash of the Air Florida jetliner near National Airport. A D.C. Police spokesman said her body was identified Saturday.
She was traveling to Florida to visit her father, Nathaniel E. Rothman, of Miami, who was in a hospital.
Mrs. Foer was office manager and corporate secretary of Foer's Medical Arts pharmacies in Washington and Bethesda and the Mellon Pharmacy in Washington. She was a member of the Washington Pharmaceutical Association Auxiliary.
She was a native of Pennsylvania and attended American University in the early 1950s. She was a sports fan, a tennis player and had helped raise funds for the U.S. White Water Team. She was a member of the Har Shalom Synagogue in Potomac.
In addition to her father, Mrs. Foer's survivors include her husband, Robert, whom she married in 1952, a daughter, Karen, and two sons, Michael and Howard, all of Potomac, and her mother, Jeanette Rothman of Miami.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the Judith Foer Memorial Fund at the Har Shalom Synagogue in Potomac.