Dr. Robert F. Costello, 83, a retired Washington ophthalmologist, died Feb. 10 at Holy Cross Hospital after a stroke.

Dr. Costello was a lifelong resident of Washington and a graduate of Gonzaga College High School, Georgetown University and Medical School. He studied ophthalmology at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School.

During World War II he served in the Marine Corps.

Dr. Costello retired in 1966 after having been in the private practice of ophthalmology for 40 years. He also had worked at the eye clinic at Providence Hospital and had been chairman of the ophthalmology department at Georgetown Medical School.

He was a charter member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, a former president of its Emerald Isle Division and a former recipient of the organization's Outstanding Irish Catholic Award.

His wife, Cecelia McHugh Costello, died in 1971.

Survivors include two daughters, Deirdre Krouse of Crofton, Md., and Sheila McGill of Houston; two sons, Robert F. Costello III and Timothy J. Costello, both of Silver Spring; a stepson, Joseph Droney of Charlottesville; a sister, Ella Costello of Washington; 15 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.


C&P Telephone Official

Charles Edward Sener Jr., 86, a former official of the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. who retired in 1966 as assistant vice president in charge of the controller's department, died of congestive heart failure Feb. 10 at his home in Washington.

Mr. Sener was born in Baltimore and moved to Washington as a child. He graduated from McKinley Technical High School and Johns Hopkins University and received a degree in accounting from Benjamin Franklin University.

During the 1920s he served briefly in the Merchant Marine, then joined C&P.

Since his retirement he had held 21 short-term jobs overseas helping set up financial operations for communications facilities.

Mr. Sener was a member of St. Alban's Episcopal Church, the Columbia Country Club and the Financial Executives Institute. He also was an amateur radio operator.

Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Mary Louise Hobbs Sener of Washington; a daughter, Diana Sener of Potomac; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.


Bank Officer

J. Wesley Clampitt Jr., 83, a retired senior vice president and trust officer of the Union Trust Co., died of kidney failure Feb. 9 at Georgetown University Hospital.

Mr. Clampitt joined the staff at Union Trust, which is now First American Bank, in 1921 and he retired in 1970. During his early years at the bank he attended what is now George Washington University law school, where he received a degree in 1926.

He was a member of the boards of directors of the Union Trust Co. and several local businesses and a member of the Washington Life Insurance Trust Council, the American Colonization Society, the Columbia Historical Society, the Washington Board of Trade, the D.C. Bar, the legislative council and the committee on fiduciary legislation of the American Bankers Association, the Columbia Country Club and the Civitan Club.

Mr. Clampitt was a third-generation Washingtonian and lived here all his life. He was a graduate of the old Business High School.

Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Gladys White Clampitt, and one daughter, Carolyn Clampitt, both of Washington.


Honors Student

Jan Lee Mogel Perini, 29, a native of the Washington area who graduated from Parkdale High School in New Carrollton in 1976 and from the University of Maryland in 1980, died of cancer Feb. 3 at a hospital in Boston. She lived in Newtonville, Mass.

Mrs. Perini was born in Washington and reared in Greenbelt. She was a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Maryland, where she also was a member of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society. From 1983 to 1985, she lived in California and worked for the University of California at San Francisco and for Stanford University.

She then moved to Massachusetts and owned and operated her own word processing company until 1987. When she became ill, she was a student at New England School of Law in Boston.

Survivors include her husband, Craig Edward Perini of Newtonville; her parents, Robert Wilson and Jean Ann Lutz Mogel, and one brother, Robert Wilson Mogel Jr., all of Greenbelt; and one sister, Marsha Ann Mogel Reed of Medway, Maine.


Print Specialist

Michael Costello, 35, a former print specialist with the Library of Congress, died Feb. 6 at the Gift of Peace House in Washington of complications from acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).

Mr. Costello was born in St. Louis. He graduated from the University of Missouri and received a master's degree in art history at the University of New Mexico.

He worked in Albuquerque before moving to the Washington area in 1985. For the next year, he worked for the Library of Congress.

Mr. Costello was a member of D.C. Sports, a water polo group.

Survivors include his parents, John and Lorraine Costello of St. Louis; three brothers, Jim Costello of Washington and Dennis and Vincent Costello, both of St. Louis; and four sisters, Kathy Belding, Diane O'Mara, Mary Clausen and Maureen Costello, all of St. Louis.


Medical Auxiliary Head

Agnes Marie Hadley, 92, an area resident since 1920 who served as president of the D.C. Medical Society Auxiliary in the early 1950s, died of congestive heart failure Feb. 10 at her home in Washington.

She was a member of the women's board of George Washington University Hospital and the Washington Club.

Mrs. Hadley was a graduate of the University of Kansas.

Her husband, Dr. Ernest E. Hadley, died in 1954. Survivors include three daughters, Alice Marie Eldridge of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., and Virgina Lee Jeffrey and Arianne Hadley Lowell Drennan, both of Chevy Chase; nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.