Milton Lipnick, 89, a chemist and physicist who retired from federal service around 1970, died June 22 at the Hebrew Home of Greater Washington after a heart attack.
Mr. Lipnick, a longtime resident of Silver Spring, was born in Washington. He grew up in Washington and Baltimore and graduated from Johns Hopkins University.
He was a career federal employee, and he retired from the National Bureau of Standards. He also had worked for the Defense Department.
In retirement, he took classes at Montgomery College, where he also was a volunteer science tutor.
His first wife, Sarah Okun Lipnick, died in 1971. His second wife, Sylvia Mostow Lipnick, died in 1978.
Survivors include two children, Paula L. Goldsmid of Claremont, Calif., and Lewis F. Lipnick of Fairfax.
Marie Jane Stahl
Marie Jane Stahl, 85, a volunteer with organizations in Arlington County, died of pulmonary failure June 27 at Arlington Hospital.
Mrs. Stahl, an Arlington resident, was born in Evansville, Ind. She was a graduate of the University of Evansville who attended Sherwood Music School in Chicago. She also studied at New York University and Harlaxton College in England.
She was an elementary school teacher in Indiana in the 1930s and moved to the Washington area in 1941.
Mrs. Stahl was a member in Arlington of the Citizens Committee for School Improvement, Arlingtonians for a Better Community, an advisory committee to the county school board and the board of Christian Education at Little Falls Presbyterian Church. She also was president of Belle Vue Forest Garden Club.
Survivors include her husband of 65 years, Dr. O. Glenn Stahl of Arlington; two children, Dr. Elaine Stahl Leo of Vienna and Dr. Alan Glenn Stahl of Ellicott City, Md.; and four granddaughters.