Herbert Woodrow Kinard Jr.

Post Pressman

Herbert Woodrow Kinard Jr., 62, a Washington Post pressman who retired on disability two years ago, died June 8 of complications related to emphysema and other lung ailments at Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg.

Mr. Kinard, who lived in Thornburg, Va., was born in Columbia, S.C., and moved to the Washington area as a young man.

He was a pressman at The Washington Post for 30 years.

Survivors include his wife, Jacqueline Kinard of Thornburg; six children, Michael B. Kinard of West Columbia, S.C., Herbert W. Kinard III and Archie T. Kinard, both of Santee, S.C., James E. Kinard of Stafford, B. Kathy Kinard of Bumpass, Va., and Mary Varner Carolla of Manassas; his mother, Wilma Kinard of West Columbia; a sister; eight grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.

Dorothy J. Dryden

Volunteer

Dorothy J. Dryden, 77, a homemaker who in the 1970s and '80s was an Arlington County voter registration volunteer, died of cancer June 5 at Rebecca House group home in Potomac.

She also was a recording secretary of the Arlington Ki-Wives, an affiliate of the Kiwanis International.

Mrs. Dryden, a longtime Arlington resident, was born in Montgomery, Ala. After attending what is now the University of Southern Mississippi, she came to the Washington area in 1946 and worked as a secretary at the Pentagon for a couple of years.

Her husband of 48 years, Franklin B. Dryden, died in 1994. Survivors include two children, Susannah D. Dryden of Arlington and Steve Dryden, of Bethesda; and two grandchildren.