John P. "Jack" Foley, 59, a mortgage banker and real estate agent and a past president of the Montgomery County Board of Realtors, died of an aneurysm Dec. 6 at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital. He lived in Potomac.

Mr. Foley was the president of Jack Foley Realty in Bethesda from 1963 to 1979, and he headed the Board of Realtors in 1975.

From 1985 to 1987, he was senior vice president of First Washington Mortgage Corp. He then founded his own mortgage company, Fairway Mortgage in Rockville. He dissolved that firm in 1989, and since then had been a vice president of Columbia First Federal Savings Bank.

In 1977, Mr. Foley and two other real estate brokers and the Foley firm and five other local real estate companies were convicted in U.S. District Court for conspiring in 1974 to raise commissions on home sales in Montgomery from 6 to 7 percent. Mr. Foley was fined $10,000 and given three years probation. His firm was fined $15,000.

A native of Washington, Mr. Foley attended St. Anselm's Priory High School and was a business graduate of the University of Maryland. He worked in the management of Hot Shoppes before beginning his career in real estate.

Mr. Foley belonged to Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church in Potomac and the Congressional Country Club.

Survivors include his wife of 35 years, Mary McMahon Foley of Potomac; five daughters, Jeanne Foley Bonifant and Mary Foley Norfolk, both of Olney, Patricia Foley Boothe of Mount Airy, and Ellen Maureen Foley and Janet Ann Foley, both of Potomac; two sons, John P. Foley III and James Michael Foley, both of Gaithersburg; two brothers, Bernard Francis Foley of Oxon Hill and Robert J. Foley Sr. of Waukesha, Wis.; and 11 grandchildren.


Apartment Owner

Harold Philip "Pat" Paden, 85, a retired owner of the Glenayr garden apartments in Arlington, died of cardiorespiratory arrest Dec. 7 at his home in Arlington.

Mr. Paden was born in Berwick, Pa. He graduated from what is now Pennsylvania State University. He moved to the Washington area in 1933 and went to work for a waterproofing company. His work included assignments at the White House and the U.S. Capitol as well as other buildings.

In 1944, Mr. Paden and his wife formed a company to build and operate the Glenayr apartments, and Mr. Paden managed the property until he retired in 1971

He was a trustee of First Presbyterian Church in Arlington.

Survivors include his wife, Ruth Cathcart Paden of Arlington; a daughter, Jane Paden Capps of Richmond; a brother, Conway Barton Paden of Benton, Pa.; and two grandchildren.


Army Brigadier General

Donald Dunford, 89, a retired Army brigadier general who worked at the Central Intelligence Agency and as a consultant, died of cancer Dec. 6 at Fairfax Health Center.

Gen. Dunford, who retired from the Army in 1955, had lived in Arlington for 40 years. He was a veteran of World War II, in which he served in Italy as an artillery staff officer, and of the Korean War, in which he also was a staff officer.

From 1947 to 1951 he was assigned to the Pentagon as assistant chief of staff for the personnel policy board.

After service in Korea he was assigned to the United Nations, and from 1953 to 1955 he was commander of V Corps artillery in West Germany.

Gen. Dunford worked for the CIA from 1956 to 1963.

A native of Dorset, England, Gen. Dunford came to this country as a child. He grew up in Lexington, Mo. He was a 1925 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

He served in Oklahoma, Texas, Hawaii and South Carolina before his assignment in Italy during the war.

His military decorations included two awards of the Legion of Merit and the Bronze Star.

His wife, Patrica Dunford, died in 1986. There are no immediate survivors.


Currency Examiner

Iola C. Richards, 94, a retired currency examiner at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, died Dec. 6 at her home in Rockville. She had suffered several strokes.

Mrs. Richards was born in Goochland County, Va., and moved to the Washington area in 1918.

As a young woman she worked for the Government Printing Office.

In 1919 she married Felix Richards. He died in 1934.

Mrs. Richards began working for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in 1938 and retired in 1955.

Survivors include seven children, Catherine Beckner of Manakin-Sabot, Va., Ann Kostrzewski of Wheaton, Alice Rooney of New Britain, Conn., Mary Nisson of Silver Spring and Ruth Buckley, Jane Bowser and Felix William Richards, all of Rockville; two sisters, Adelaide Mallet and Jane Bowles, both of Richmond; a brother, J. Harwood Cochrane of Rockville, Va.; 48 grandchildren; and 72 great-grandchildren. A son, John Richards, died in 1964.



Margaret D. McEntire, 40, a substitute teacher at Immanuel Christian School in Springfield, died of cancer Nov. 16 at her home in Fairfax Station.

Mrs. McEntire was born in Abington, Pa. She graduated from Connecticut College in 1972 and in the same year married James F. McEntire, a Coast Guard officer who is now a commander. She accompanied him on assignments to Puerto Rico and to various places in the United States, including Washington. They had lived here most recently since 1986.

Mrs. McEntire was a member of Immanuel Bible Church in Springfield.

In addition to her husband, of Fairfax Station, survivors include three children, Jeffrey, Rebecca and Elizabeth McEntire, all of Fairfax Station; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Dearnley of Rydal, Pa.; a sister, Dr. Cynthia D. Schoeffel of Charlottesville; a brother, Christopher E. Dearnley of Boston, and a grandmother, Margaret L. Dearnley of Rydal.


Prince George's Teacher

Bertie Caruthers Cashell, 76, a retired Prince George's County kindergarten teacher, died Dec. 5 at a hospital in Englewood, Fla., after a stroke.

Mrs. Cashell was born in Riverdale. She graduated from Washington's McKinley Technical High School and the University of Maryland.

She worked for the General Accounting Office in the late 1930s and later as a teacher in the Hyattsville Cooperative Kindergarten. She taught kindergarten in Prince George's public schools for 18 years before retiring in 1969.

Mrs. Cashell was a former member of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Hyattsville. A former resident of Hyattsville, she moved to New Smyrna Beach, Fla., in 1983, and later to Englewood.

Her husband, Thomas F. Cashell, died in 1984.

Survivors include two children, Douglas H. Cashell of Lubbock, Tex., and Lois D. Cashell of Berwyn Heights; and a grandchild.


D.C. Teacher

Winifred M. Gainor, 69, a special education teacher in the D.C. public schools, died of cancer Dec. 2 at Alexandria Hospital.

Mrs. Gainor, who lived in Arlington, was born in Boston. She graduated from the College of New Rochelle and received a master's degree in special education at the University of Florida.

Before moving to the Washington area in the early 1970s, she taught in elementary schools in Florida, Texas, New York and Germany.

At her death, Mrs. Gainor had been a D.C. schools special education teacher for more than 15 years and in that capacity had traveled from school to school.

Her marriage to Charles E. Gainor ended in divorce.

Survivors include a daughter, Desiree Fey of Arlington; two sisters, Genevieve Watson of Baltimore and Geraldine Dougherty of North Adams, Mass.; a brother, Timothy Ahern of Massachusetts; and two grandchildren.