William G. Colbert Sr.
William G. Colbert Sr., 49, deputy chief counsel of the Treasury Department's Bureau of Engraving and Printing, where he had worked since 1977, died Aug. 14 at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital after a stroke. He lived in Alexandria.
Mr. Colbert, who was born in Munich, came to the Washington area as a youth. He was a graduate of Churchill High School in Potomac, the College of Charleston in Charleston, S.C., and George Mason University law school.
Survivors include his wife, Susan Kantrowitz, and two sons, William Jr. and Ryan, all of Alexandria; five brothers, James III, of Los Angeles, John, of Charleston, Stephen, of New York, and Edward and Thomas, both of Washington; and three sisters, Elizabeth Busch of Charleston and Mary Denger and Margo Keegan, both of Washington.
Margaret Wade Tilleux
Margaret Wade Tilleux, 92, an administrative assistant at the Army Security Agency from the late 1950s to 1970, died of cancer Aug. 15 at the Jefferson retirement home in Arlington.
Mrs. Tilleux was a native of Merrill, Wis., who attended Northwestern University. She moved to the Washington area in the 1930s.
She was a volunteer with the American Red Cross and St. George's Episcopal Church in Arlington.
Her husband, Eugene Tilleux, died in 1961.
Survivors include two children, Eugene Wade Tilleux of Mill Valley, Calif., and Helene Tilleux Beale of Arlington; a sister; and two grandsons.