Arthur J. Greenfield
Arthur J. Greenfield, 64, a Washington area orthodontist from the mid-1960s until retiring in the mid-1990s, died of brain cancer Sept. 5 at his home in Potomac.
Dr. Greenfield, who had maintained offices in Greenbelt and Rockville, was a member of the Alpha Omega dental society, the American Society of Orthodontics and the Greater Washington Orthodontic Study Club.
He was a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., and a graduate of Ohio State University. He also graduated from New York University's dental school and the Tufts University orthodontics school. Before coming to Washington in the mid-1960s, he had served in the Air Force.
He was a member of Adas Israel Congregation and Norbeck Country Club.
Survivors include his wife, Brenda, of Potomac; three sons, Steven, of North Potomac, Joe, of Atlanta, and Lee, of Bethesda; two brothers; a sister; and three grandchildren.
Donald V. Kane
Donald V. Kane, 74, a certified public accountant who worked for Arthur Andersen & Co. for 42 years before retiring in 1987 as a partner in its Washington offices, died Sept. 4 at the Copper Ridge Institute in Sykesville, Md. The Potomac resident had Alzheimer's disease.
Before joining the Washington offices in 1975, he had worked for Arthur Andersen in Chicago, Indianapolis and Baltimore, becoming the firm's original managing partner in that city. In Washington, he specialized in the energy and public utility fields.
Mr. Kane was born on a farm in Rantoul, Ill., and was a graduate of the University of Illinois.
Survivors include his wife of 45 years, Lois Jean Kane of Potomac; three sons, Dr. Albert J. Kane of Fort Collins, Colo., and James G. Kane and Thomas A. Kane, both of Towson, Md.; two daughters, Kathryn Kane Balthrop of Lexington, Ky., and Patricia Kane Connelly of Lancaster, Pa.; two sisters; a brother; and eight grandchildren.
The Rev. Denis Fitzgerald
The Rev. Denis Fitzgerald, 81, a Catholic priest who was a past secretary general of the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, died Sept. 6 in Adelphi at the Father Judge Missionary Cenacle, where he had lived since 1994. He had arteriosclerosis.
Father Fitzgerald served as secretary general from 1949 to 1967. After that, he served as director of its Missionary Brothers training program and as an archivist and retired in 1994 as treasurer of the Holy Trinity Mission Seminary in Silver Spring.
Over the years, he also had served as chaplain to the Religious Sisters of Jesus and Mary, when that organization had its headquarters in Regina High School in Adelphi.
Father Fitzgerald, who came to Washington in 1939, was a native of Bayonne, N.J. He was a graduate of Catholic University and Marist College and was ordained in 1945.
Survivors include a sister.
Thomas J. Touhey III
Thomas J. Touhey III, 58, a specialist in government contract law who had practiced in the District since 1971, died of renal failure Sept. 2 at Sibley Memorial Hospital. He lived in Washington.
Mr. Touhey, who settled in Washington in the mid-1960s, was a Delaware native. He was a graduate of the University of Delaware and Georgetown University law school. Before engaging in the private practice of law, he had been a civilian Navy lawyer here from 1965 to 1971.
Survivors include his wife, Brenda, and two sons, Matthew and Michael, all of Washington; two daughters, Bridget Touhey of Florida and Marya Touhey of Washington; and a sister.