Edwin F. Sherwood, 77, a real estate broker and former Northern Virginia banker, died of cancer and a heart attack July 4 at Arlington Hospital.
Mr. Sherwood, a resident of McLean, was born in Arlington and attended Washington-Lee High School, the old Western High School and the University of Virginia. He graduated from American University and attended the school of business administration at New York University and the American Institute of Banking.
He worked 27 years at Arlington Trust Co. and was senior vice president when he left in 1959 to work for a bank in Smithfield, Va. After 1 1/2 years there, Mr. Sherwood returned to Northern Virginia and became president and vice chairman of the board of directors of Security National Bank and later of its successor company, Dominion Bank of Northern Virginia.
In 1972, Mr. Sherwood joined Regent Realty in Falls Church as manager of the commercial and industrial department. Since 1974 he had been vice president of real estate and principal broker at G.T. Realty & Management Co. Inc. in Herndon.
Mr. Sherwood was a member of the Arlington and Fairfax chambers of commerce, the Virginia Bankers Association, the Arlington Lions Club and the Fairfax Country Club.
His wife of 49 years, Dorothy Ritchie Sherwood, died in 1984, and a daughter, Dawn Tampieri, died this year.
Survivors include his wife, Frances Sherwood of McLean; two children by his first marriage, Toni Sherwood McCubbin of Fort Worth and E. Ritchie Sherwood of Vienna; five stepchildren, Clare Hutspeth of Austin, Tex., Barbara Ritchie Zimmer of Alexandria, Ann Ritchie of Philadelphia, Louis Ritchie Jr. of Laurel, and David Ritchie of Reston, and 18 grandchildren.
DOROTHY BRUCE ROBINSON,
68, a retired principal of Bancroft Elementary School who was a teacher and administrator in the D.C. public schools for more than 30 years, died of cancer June 30 at her home in Washington.
Mrs. Robinson spent the last 12 years of her career as principal and assistant principal at Bancroft. Before that, she taught at Davis and Goding elementary schools.
Mrs. Robinson was a native of Washington and graduate of Dunbar High School. She also was a graduate of the old Miner Teachers College. She received a master's degree in education from American University.
She was a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church and the Merry Nine Bridge Club in Washington.
Survivors include her husband, Cornelius Robinson of Washington; one daughter, Lavida Robinson Allen of Philadelphia; one brother, James H. Bruce Sr. of Washington; one sister, Barbara Bruce Jones of Lanham, and three grandchildren.
E. RILEY CAMPBELL,
87, a retired attorney with the Internal Revenue Service who in the 1930s helped the U.S. attorney's office in Chicago prosecute mobsters for tax evasion, died July 6 at his home in Chevy Chase after a heart attack.
Mr. Campbell joined the old Bureau of Internal Revenue in Washington about 1930. From 1933 to 1940, he was assigned to the U.S. attorney's office in Chicago. There he helped prosecute such gangland figures as Ralph (Bottles) Capone, the brother of the notorious Al Capone, for income tax evasion.
In 1940, Mr. Campbell was reassigned to Washington. He became head of the enforcement division of the IRS and later an assistant chief counsel. He retired in 1968.
Mr. Campbell was born in Taney County, Mo. He attended the University of Missouri and earned a law degree at the University of Chicago.
He was a member of the Georgetown Presbyterian Church and a life member of the University Club.
Survivors include his wife, Julia E. Campbell, and one son, James S. Campbell, both of Chevy Chase, and three grandchildren.
HOWARD FRANKLIN YOUNG SR.,
69, a Northern Virginia home builder since about 1960 who owned and operated the All Craft Construction Co., a Fairfax home improvement concern, died July 4 at Fair Oaks Hospital in Fairfax after a heart attack. He lived in Fairfax City.
Mr. Young was a native of Fairfax and graduate of Oakton High School. He served with the Army in Europe during World War II. He worked for the old Thompson Dairy in Washington for about 25 years before becoming a builder.
Survivors include his wife, Evelyn, of Fairfax City; one son, H. Frank Young Jr. of Fairfax; one brother, Lehman Young, and one sister, Cleo Y. Adkerson, both of Fairfax City, and six grandchildren.