The obituary Jan. 13 of Beatrice E. Orfield incorrectly stated her last name and that of her daughter, Linda Orfield. (Published 01/14/2000)
Anne Alexander Thomas
Real Estate Agent
Anne Alexander Thomas, 38, a lifelong Alexandria resident who was a real estate agent with Long & Foster Realtors for about the last six years, died of cancer Jan. 6 at her home.
Ms. Thomas, who was one of Long & Foster's top sales producers, attended St. Agnes School for Girls and graduated from T.C. Williams High School in 1979. She attended the University of Kentucky, where she was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma social sorority.
She was a member of the 1979 Alexandria Christmas Cotillion. An accomplished horsewoman, she was a member of the Rappahannock Hunt.
Her marriage to William Glenn McClelland ended in divorce.
Survivors include a son, William Seth McClelland of Alexandria; her parents, Roberta Shaw Thomas and Henry Alexander Thomas of Alexandria; two brothers, Robert Griffith Thomas of Washington and Henry Shaw Thomas of Tucson; and her grandmother, Jane Shaw of Falls Church.
Beatrice E. Warfield
Beatrice E. Warfield, 90, a retired Maryland educator who had been a member of Westmoreland Congregational Church in Bethesda, died Jan. 10 at a group home in Fulton. She had Alzheimer's disease and congestive heart failure.
Mrs. Warfield, who came to the Washington area in 1944, lived in Chevy Chase before entering the group home about six months ago.
She taught at Somerset Elementary School in Chevy Chase from 1954 to 1960. She then served as a reading diagnostician with the Montgomery County public school system until retiring in 1976. After that, she did some consulting work for other area schools.
Mrs. Warfield taught high school home economics and science courses in her native South Dakota and lived in Minneapolis before coming to the Washington area. Before she began her Maryland teaching career, she had done volunteer work for charitable groups.
A 1931 graduate of South Dakota State University, she received a master's degree in elementary education, with an emphasis on remedial reading, from George Washington University.
Her husband, Matthias, whom she married in 1937, died in 1953.
Survivors include a daughter, Linda Warfield of Savage; and a sister.
Bob G. Young
Trade Association Accountant
Bob G. Young, 75, who spent 21 years at the domestic airline trade group Air Transport Association of America and retired in 1986 as an accountant, died of lung cancer Jan. 9 at Inova Fairfax Hospital. He lived in Falls Church.
Mr. Young was born in Muskogee, Okla., and served in the Pacific theater in the Navy during World War II.
He did intelligence work for the Navy Department in the late 1940s and for the Central Intelligence Agency in the 1950s. In the early 1960s, he worked at several local firms, including handling logistics for a moving company.
He was a member of Foundry United Methodist Church in Washington, and his hobbies included golf.
Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Marjory Young of Falls Church.
Jackey Rudolph Snoots
Jackey Rudolph Snoots, 81, an Arlington police detective who retired from the check fraud division about 20 years ago, died Jan. 10 at a nursing home in Front Royal, Va. He had suffered a stroke and had cancer.
Mr. Snoots, a former resident of Falls Church, was born on his family's Snoots Dairy Farm on Columbia Pike. He attended Washington-Lee High School and served in the Marine Corps during World War II.
Mr. Snoots, the son of Fire Chief Ralph Smoots, was a professional firefighter initially and then was a volunteer for more than 60 years. He was with the police department for 29 years and then worked for Arlington Trust Co.
Mr. Snoots was a member of the Alexandria Coin Club and the Arlington County Police Association.
His marriages to Catherine M. Leeds and Olga Jones ended in divorce. His third wife, Dorothy Nelson, died in 1975.
Survivors include his wife, from whom he was separated, Catherine May Angell of Falls Church; two sisters, Neville Bertha Mary Heishman of Falls Church and Helen Charlotte Riley of Arlington; and a granddaughter. A son, Wesley F. Snoots, died in 1994.
Limousine Service Operator
Eddie White, 67, who operated White's Limousine Service from 1978 to 1994, died Dec. 18 at Arlington Hospital. He had diabetes and Alzheimer's disease and had undergone heart bypass surgery.
Mr. White, who lived in Arlington, was born in Richmond. He graduated from Virginia State College. During the Korean War, he served in the Army.
He came to Washington about 1970. Before going into the limousine business, he operated a taxicab company and worked as a doorman at the Embassy Row Hotel.
His clients for White's Limousine Service included guests on NBC television talk shows and ABC-TV and various corporate officers.
Mr. White sang at Folk Masses at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Arlington.
His marriage to Juanita White ended in divorce, and his second wife, Dorothy White, died in 1977.
Survivors include his wife, Debra White of Arlington; a son from his first marriage; and three stepchildren.
Louise T. Herbert
Louise T. Herbert, 91, who retired in 1975 as chief of the switchboard and teletype communications office of the Atomic Energy Commission, died of congestive heart failure Jan. 10 at the Larkin-Chase Nursing Home in Bowie.
Mrs. Herbert was a native of Washington and a graduate of Eastern High School. Early in her career, she was chief operator with the Reconstruction Finance Agency. She joined the AEC in the 1940s.
She lived for about 25 years in Rockville, where she was a member of St. Jude's Catholic Church.
Her marriage to Howard A. Herbert ended in divorce.
Survivors include two sons, Alan Herbert of Davidsonville and Donald Herbert of District Heights; seven grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
Sarah Jane Lockington Schubert
Sarah Jane Lockington Schubert, 66, a member of National Church of the Nazarene in Washington, died of cancer Jan. 8 at Fairfax Nursing Center.
Mrs. Schubert volunteered at the American Red Cross national headquarters in Washington and at Community of Hope social service organization.
She was born in Northern Ireland and moved to Trenton, N.J., in 1951. With her husband, she moved to Connecticut and Pennsylvania before settling permanently in McLean in 1982.
Survivors include her husband of 42 years, Richard F. Schubert of McLean; a daughter, Robyn Denise Schubert Wilber of McLean; a son, David Mark Schubert of Seattle; two brothers; two sisters; and a granddaughter.
Records Manager, Tax Preparer
William Baldwin, 74, a Gaithersburg resident who retired in 1992 after about five years in records management for the International Monetary Fund, died of lymphoma Jan. 6 at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital.
Mr. Baldwin, who had lived in the Washington area since the early 1970s, was a native of Vermont and a Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean War. He was a 1950 mechanical engineering graduate of the University of Vermont and served in the Navy Reserve about 20 years before retiring in the early 1970s as a captain.
Before joining the IMF, he was a records manager for Bechtel Corp. and manager of the Ramada Inn in Bethesda.
His principal avocation was sailing. He also was a member, trustee and choir member of Metropolitan Memorial Church in Gaithersburg.
Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Marilyn Baldwin of Gaithersburg; two children, Anne Beer of Boulder, Colo., and Andrew Baldwin of Clarke County, Va.; a brother; and three grandchildren.
Paul Johnson, 88, an information officer who served with the U.S. Information Agency in Haiti, Panama, Honduras, Peru and Laos, died of a stroke Dec. 26 at Arlington Hospital. He lived at Vinson Hall in McLean.
Mr. Johnson was a native of Northampton, Mass., and a graduate of Springfield College, where he also received a master's degree in education. During World War II, he directed operations of the United Service Organization in Greece, Turkey and Morocco and served in the Navy in the Pacific.
After he retired in the early 1970s, he ran unsuccessfully as a Republican candidate for the state Senate in Rhode Island. He had lived in the Washington area off and on since the 1950s.
Mr. Johnson was a member of the U.S.I.A. Alumni Association, the Reserve Officers Association and St. Dunston's Episcopal Church in McLean.
Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Mary Johnson of McLean; a daughter, Paula Cooper of New York; and two grandchildren.
Dorothy Louise Linton
Dorothy Louise Linton, 86, a Washington area piano teacher from 1933 to 1973, died Jan. 9 at Collingswood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Rockville after a stroke. She lived in Silver Spring.
Ms. Linton, a Washington native, was a member of the Friday Morning Music Club and performed classical music recitals at Pierce Hall at All Souls Unitarian Church in Washington.
Her hobbies included gardening.
She leaves no immediate survivors.