James Royal Enright Jr.

Business Owne James Royal Enright Jr., who operated the J.R. Enright Co. appliance sales and service store in Chevy Chase from 1970 until the firm closed in 2000, died of complications from a fall Aug. 31 at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda.

Mr. Enright worked since he was a boy at the firm founded by his father in 1929 and which was among the few remaining family-owned retail appliance stores in the Washington area.

He was born in Washington, raised in Chevy chase and lived in Kensington since the 1950s. He was a graduate of Georgetown Preparatory School and Georgetown University and attended the University of Notre Dame. He served in the Army in Japan in the early 1950s.

Mr. Enright was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Notre Dame Club of Washington. He also was a member of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Kensington.

Survivors include his wife of 47 years, Hiroko "Susan" Enright of Kensington; seven sons, Edward of Gaithersburg, John of Crownsville, Md., James III of Bethesda, Stephen of Rockville; and Michael, Paul and Thomas, all of Kensington; six daughters, Linda Motta of Chevy Chase, Deborah Borda of Silver Spring, Paula Gibson of Mount Airy, Md., Lisa Stafford of Montgomery Village and Susan Enright and Janet Gribble, both of Rockville; 17 grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

Robert W. McFerren

Navy Captain Robert W. McFerren, 65, a Navy captain who retired in 1988 as assistant inspector general at the Washington Navy Yard and then worked for Sovran Bank, died of the viral ailment Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease Sept. 7 at Burke Health Care Center. He lived in Burke.

Capt. McFerren was a native of New Bedford, Mass., and a graduate of the University of Maryland. He served as an A-6 bomber pilot during the Vietnam War and was also posted to Italy. After he retired, he worked as a customer service manager for Sovranand later became a loan manager. He retired from Bank of America in 2000.

His honors included a Navy Commendation Medal and nine Air Medals.

Survivors include his wife, Kay McFerren of Burke; two children, Christopher McFerren of Chantilly and Kelly McFerren of Cary, N.C.; a sister; and two grandchildren.

Ellen Spangler Klopp

Teacher and Club Member Ellen Spangler Klopp, 90, a Washington resident who taught at Lynbrook Elementary School in Bethesda in the late 1940s, died Sept. 9 at George Washington University Hospital. She had heart disease.

Mrs. Klopp was a member of the Washington Club, the Huguenot Society and the Daughters of the American Revolution.

She was a native of Reading, Pa., and received an associate's degree from what became Bradford College in Massachusetts. She received a bachelor's degree in education from Kutztown University in Pennsylvania.

She moved to the Washington area in 1946.

Her husband of 66 years, Calvin T. Klopp, died in June.

Survivors include three children, Benjamin Klopp of Georgetown, S.C., Cynthia Butler of Ottawa and Dr. Spangler Klopp of Lewes, Del.; eight grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

Lorraine Tillman

Drive-In Theater Manager Lorraine Tillman, 80, who managed the Wineland Theaters in Oxon Hill from the 1960s until their closings in the 1980s, died of congestive heart failure Sept. 7 at her home in Fort Washington.

After her career with Wineland's Superchief and ABC drive-in theaters, she ran the food concession at Cosca Regional Park in Clinton for about six years in the 1980s. Mrs. Tillman, who lived in the Washington area since 1946, was born in Glenn, Mich.

Her husband of 56 years, Reuel Q. Tillman, died in 1998, and a daughter, Lorraine Grayson, died in March.

Survivors include four sons, David Tillman of White Plains, John Tillman of Queensland, Australia, Joseph Tillman of Silver Spring and William Tillman of Spotsylvania; three daughters, Evelyn Yocco of Beltsville, Karen Hoag of Fort Washington and Nancy Perkins of Columbia; 13 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.