Willard S. Goldheim
Willard S. Goldheim, 95, a retired vice president of Shannon & Luchs Realty in Washington and former owner of a Washington clothing establishment, died of a heart ailment June 18 at his home in Washington.
Mr. Goldheim was a Washington native and graduate of Central High School. In the early 1920s, he joined the family business, Goldheim men's clothing store, which was on H Street NW. He sold the store in 1968 and joined Shannon & Luchs, from which he retired in the early 1990s.
He was a member of Woodmont Country Club, where he had won golf tournaments.
Survivors include his wife of 41 years, Lucille L., of Washington; a stepson, Theodore Peyser of Bethesda; a sister, Ethel G. Brent of Washington; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Frank John Mattia
Seafood Market Manager
Frank John Mattia, 80, a native Washingtonian who retired in 1980 after more than 40 years as manager of old Zoltrow's Fish Market, formerly at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Newton Street in Northwest, died of a heart ailment June 18 at his home in Silver Spring. He had diabetes.
Mr. Mattia began working at the seafood market before entering the Army during World War II.
He participated in the Allied forces' invasion at Normandy and in combat in Europe.
After the war, he rejoined Zoltrow's, and for a short time, operated his own grocery store in Washington.
Survivors include his wife, Anita Mattia of Silver Spring; a son, Larry Mattia of Adelphi; a brother, Michael Mattia of Gaithersburg; and a granddaughter.
Laurieann Greeves, 35, a businesswoman who owned and operated Paper Chase Inc., a word processing company, for about six years until 1995, died June 18 at Montgomery General Hospital of complications from multiple sclerosis.
Mrs. Greeves, an Olney resident, was born in Washington and raised in Silver Spring. She graduated from Paint Branch High School and the University of Maryland with a bachelor of science degree in business management.
Upon graduation, Mrs. Greeves worked as assistant to the publisher at Cambridge Scientific Abstracts in Bethesda.
She was a member of St. Peters Catholic Church in Olney.
Survivors include her husband, Michael Greeves and their daughter, Katlyn, both of Olney; her parents, Ann and Gerald Rivkin of Olney; a brother, Jeffrey Rivkin of Columbia; and her grandparents, Dorothy and Thomas Marceron of Silver Spring.