THE JUNE 17 OBITUARY OF FRANK LEE HENNION GAVE AN INCORRECT DATE OF DEATH. HE DIED JUNE 15. (PUBLISHED 06/18/99)

Catherine Agnes Rose

Volunteer

Catherine Agnes Rose, 75, a Washington native who served in community organizations in Shady Side, where she had lived since 1955, died June 15 at Washington Hospital Center of complications after heart surgery.

In the early 1970s, Mrs. Rose served with Shady Side's 7th District Rescue Squad. She also was a life member of the Disabled American Veterans and a Cub Scouts leader for the last 20 years.

Her interests included gardening and needlepoint.

Her husband of 49 years, Raymond Franklin Rose Sr., died in 1989.

Survivors include five sons, Raymond F. Rose Jr. of Virginia Beach, Joseph E. Rose of Churchton, James R. Rose of Stevensville, Md., and Robert L. Rose and Henry J. Rose, both of Annapolis; two sisters, Joan Conley of Washington and Rosemary Grayson of Mitchellville; 15 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Hazel W. P. Baumer

Technical Secretary

Hazel Wells Phillips Baumer, 96, who retired in 1968 as a technical secretary in a nuclear laboratory at the National Bureau of Standards, died June 14 at Georgetown University Hospital. She had cancer.

Mrs. Baumer was a native of Philadelphia whose family moved to Washington when she was 12. She later lived in Silver Spring. She worked initially in Washington at the Pension Office and was a secretary with the War Department during World War II. After she retired from the bureau, now the National Institute of Standards and Technology, she was a secretary at the Washington Home until 1976.

Mrs. Baumer was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and as a teenager served as a page for the organization at its Washington meetings.

Her husband, Joseph L. Baumer, died in 1941.

Survivors include two children, Joseph J. Baumer of Olney and Marie McIntyre of Silver Spring; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

Frank Lee Hennion

Home Renovator

Frank Lee Hennion, 43, a self-employed home renovator, died July 15 at his home in Fairfax after an asthma attack.

Mr. Hennion was born in Washington. He was a graduate of Woodson High School. He worked in Fairfax repairing cars for the Auto Buying Service before going into construction work about 15 years ago.

His marriage to Denise Torvik ended in divorce.

Survivors include his mother, Gladys H. Hennion of Fairfax.