A. Eileen Neibrook

Secretary and Civic Volunteer

A. Eileen Neibrook, 75, a retired administrative secretary who was active in Prince George's County community and civic organizations for more than 40 years, died Sept. 27 at her home in Hyattsville of complications from diabetes.

Mrs. Neibrook, a native of Fidelity, Mo., worked for the late Francis J. Santangelo Jr., a former Glenarden businessman and Maryland delegate, as his secretary, office manager and legislative aide from 1969 to 1977.

She did other secretarial work before spending 10 years as administrative secretary to the director of the College Park Youth Services. She retired from that job in 1991.

Mrs. Neibrook used her organizational skills as a volunteer for the Prince George's County Civic Federation, for which she was a recording secretary in the the 1960s, and later with the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, where she was director of teen clubs.

She also held leadership positions in Parent Teacher Associations, served as a liaison between neighborhood associations and government officials and organized neighborhood fairs and holiday celebrations in the Prince George's County communities, where she lived since 1947.

Her volunteer service led to numerous awards, including the 1981 Maryland Recreation Parks Association Special Award.

Her husband, Robert E. Neibrook, died in 1994. Survivors include four children, John Neibrook of Savage, Alice Nunemaker of Lanham and Joyce Liewald and Kay Neibrook, both of Hyattsville; six grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Daniel Martin Ostrow

Builder

Daniel Martin Ostrow, 80, a developer who built houses in Cheverly, Silver Spring and Bethesda, died Sept. 30 at his home in West Linn, Ore. He had lived in the Washington area off and on from 1934 to 1985.

Mr. Ostrow also operated Spring Valley Herford Farm in Poolesville from 1980 to 1985 and had a construction business in Hawaii.

Mr. Ostrow, who was born in Philadelphia, was a graduate of McKinley Technical High School. He served in the Merchant Marine during World War II, surviving the sinking of his ships by Germans off North Africa and in the Atlantic.

His marriages to Mildred Ostrow, Marion Ostrow and Jennette Ostrow ended in divorce.

Survivors include his wife, Ardie Ostrow of West Linn; two children from his first marriage, Joel Ostrow and Ronald Ostrow, both of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; two children from his third marriage, Dino Ostrow of Tigard, Ore., and Jennifer Ostrow of Wheaton; a brother, Dr. Bernard Ostrow of Bethesda; and a sister, Marion Sperling of Rockville.