Lillian T. Spittle
Lillian T. Spittle, 91, a clerk at the Federal Communications Commission from 1960 to 1973, died Dec. 1 at Montgomery General Hospital of pneumonia and dementia. She lived in Silver Spring.
Mrs. Spittle was born in Washington. She was a homemaker until 1941, when she joined the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. She left the bureau in 1957 as a printer's assistant.
She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and Church of Christ at Manor Woods in Rockville.
Her husband of 36 years, Maurice B. Spittle, died in 1960.
Survivors include a son, M. Barry Spittle of Annapolis; two daughters, Barbara Milstead of Silver Spring and Mildred Simek of Omaha; a brother, Albert Talbott of Gaithersburg; eight grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and four great-great grandchildren.
Margaret Casey 'Peggy' Chandler
Margaret Casey "Peggy" Chandler, 52, a retired administrative secretary who had worked for Georgetown University, the U.S. Forest Service and the Central Intelligence Agency, died of cancer Dec. 1 at home in Sandy Level, Va.
Mrs. Chandler was born in Independence, Iowa, and grew up in Northern Virginia. She graduated from James Madison High School in Vienna and attended Shenandoah College and Northern Virginia Community College.
She retired from the CIA in the early 1990s.
In 1992, she moved to Sandy Level.
Her marriage to Tom MacDaniel ended in divorce.
Survivors include her husband, Craig C. Chandler of Sandy Level; a son, Troy MacDaniel of Oakton; her mother, Virginia Clark Casey of Vienna; and a brother, Richard Casey II of Vienna.
St. Elizabeths Administrator
Paul Walker, 87, who retired in 1968 as administrative officer of St. Elizabeths Hospital, died of a heart attack Dec. 8 at Washington Veterans Affairs Hospital, where he was being treated for a broken pelvis. He had lived in the District for about 65 years.
Mr. Walker was born in Donora, Pa. He was a graduate of Juniata College in Pennsylvania and received a master's degree in education from Columbia University. He served in the Army in Italy during World War II. His honors included two Bronze Stars and a Purple Heart.
He joined the St. Elizabeths staff as an office worker in the 1930s and later was head of personnel. He was appointed administrator in the 1950s.
His interests included sailing and canoeing.
His wife, Eulalia Nyce Walker, died in 1993.
Survivors include two children, Julie Walker of Washington and Michael Walker of Takoma Park; and two grandsons.