Marghuerite D. Monger
Marghuerite D. Monger, 57, who had served on the faculty of the Wolf Trap Elementary School in Vienna for the past 23 years, died June 24 at George Washington University after surgery to remove a cyst from the bottom of her brain stem.
Mrs. Monger, who lived in Vienna, was a graduate of Barry University in her native Florida.
Mrs. Monger taught school in England in the mid-1960s and settled in the Washington area in the mid-1970s.
Before joining the Wolf Trap faculty, she had taught briefly at the Town and Country Day Care in Vienna.
Mrs. Monger had been a member of the National Teachers Association and the Alpha Delta Pi social sorority.
Survivors include her husband, Joel R., and a son, Christopher D., both of Vienna; a daughter, Janelle M. Crowell of Atlanta; two brothers, Joseph P. and Peter V. D'Alessandro, both of Fort Myers, Fla.; and two sisters, Julie Woods of Phoenix, Md., and Patsy D'Alessandro of Fort Myers.
Johnsie H. Roseman
Johnsie H. Roseman, 91, a retired Arlington County schoolteacher, died June 23 at Powhatan Nursing Home in Falls Church of complications from multiple strokes.
Mrs. Roseman, a 46-year resident of Arlington, retired in 1973 after 23 years as a teacher at Tuckahoe Elementary School and its predecessor Stewart Elementary School in Arlington.
Mrs. Roseman, a North Carolina native, graduated from Salem College in Winston-Salem, N.C., and taught in elementary schools before moving to the Washington area in 1950.
She received a master's degree in education from George Washington University.
She was active at Resurrection Lutheran Church in Arlington and was a member of Daughters of the American Revolution.
Her husband of 54 years, Harvey R. Roseman, died in 1991. Survivors include two children, Elizabeth F. Wickersham of McLean and David C. Roseman of Great Falls; two brothers; three grandsons; and a great-granddaughter.
Carlyle B. Burdette
Air Force Colonel
Carlyle B. Burdette, 86, a retired Air Force colonel and former Fairfax County magistrate who also worked for the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, died of pneumonia June 22 at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital.
Col. Burdette, a native of East Stone Gap, Va., graduated from Milligan College in Johnson City, Tenn., and received a master's degree in agricultural engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
He served in the Army Air Forces during World War II, receiving five Bronze Stars and the Legion of Merit for participating in the Normandy landing.
Upon his return from Korea during the Korean War, he retired from active military duty in 1952 and spent 16 years at what was then HEW, mainly as a supervisor of management and systems analysis. He retired from HEW in 1970 and served 10 years as Fairfax County magistrate.
He was a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Alexandria.
Survivors include his wife of 53 years, Nell Ellis Burdette of Alexandria; and two children, Joe Burdette of Tampa and Carol Burdette Guiles of Alexandria.