Marilyn Campbell Endlein
Marilyn Campbell Endlein, 85, who worked for the D.C. Education Department for 30 years before retiring in 1983 as an administrative assistant with the Horace Mann Learning Center in Washington, died of congestive heart failure Aug. 16 at George Washington University Hospital.
Mrs. Endlein, who lived in Washington, was a native of Buffalo. She attended Valley Junior College in San Bernardino, Calif., and the University of California at Los Angeles, and as a young woman, she acted in stage performances and radio programs in Buffalo.
She was a member of the Gold Star Wives of America.
Her first husband, William O. Droneberger, died in the early 1930s, and her second husband, Carl Endlein Jr., died in 1956.
Survivors include a son, Paul Roger Koehler of Atlanta.
Leila Glenn Quedens
Leila Glenn Quedens, 97, a retired Defense Department telephone operator and former Arlington resident who lived in New Market, Va., died Aug. 20 at an adult care facility in Fishersville, Va., after a heart attack.
Mrs. Quedens, who was born in New Market, lived in the Washington area from 1918 to 1964. Around World War II, she became a telephone operator with the Navy Department. She was chief operator at the Navy Receiving Station in Anacostia before transferring to the Pentagon. She retired in 1964.
Her marriage to George Quedens ended in divorce.
Survivors include a sister, Eva M. Darmstead of Waldorf.