Olga Moreira Harrison

Real Estate Agent

Olga Moreira Harrison, 77, a former real estate agent who spent the past two years helping schoolchildren at Flint Hill Elementary School in Vienna learn Spanish, died June 6 at Inova Fairfax Hospital from head injuries sustained when she tripped and fell two days earlier at her home in Vienna.

From the mid-1980s to 1994, Mrs. Harrison was a real estate agent with Mr. Real Estate in Oakton.

She was born in Managua, Nicaragua, and came to the Washington area in the mid-1950s. She began working as an office manager at the Organization of American States in the 1950s and left the agency in 1959 after getting married and starting her family.

She loved to cook and was always ready to offer a wonderful meal to family, friends and visitors, family members said.

She was a lifelong member of the Four Seasons Tennis Club in Merrifield.

Her husband, R. Woodrow Harrison, whom she married in 1955, died in 1993.

Survivors include three children, Bill Harrison of Vienna, Charley Harrison of Orange, Calif., and Ann Harrison of Oakton; a stepson, Woody Harrison of Wilson, N.C.; a sister; and six grandchildren.

Emile Henry Rieu

Retired Vice President

Emile Henry Rieu, 79, retired vice president of KR Systems Inc. in Crystal City, died July 4 of complications from surgery at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. He lived in Bowie.

From 1979 to 1996, Mr. Rieu was vice president of KR Systems and did defense contracting.

He was born in Monessen, Pa., and came to the Washington area 32 years ago.

Mr. Rieu received a bachelor's degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a master's degree in systems engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.

During World War II, he served with the Air Force in the Pacific Theater. He rejoined in 1962 and was a systems engineer at postings throughout the Northeast. He retired in 1979 as a lieutenant colonel.

A son, Richard J. Rieu, died in 1994.

Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Antoinette Mary Rieu of Bowie; four sons, Dennis Rieu of Leominster, Mass., Emile H. Rieu Jr. of Annapolis, Timothy J. Rieu of West Friendship, and Edward M. Rieu of London; and six grandchildren.

Francis E. 'Frank' Quinn

CIA Auditor

Francis E. "Frank" Quinn, 82, a former chief auditor of the CIA, died June 26 of cancer at HCR Manor Care, an assisted-living facility in Potomac.

Mr. Quinn had lived in the Washington area since 1949 and joined the CIA in 1951. He was assigned to posts in Greece and Japan, as well as the agency's headquarters at Langley. At the time of his retirement in 1979, he had been the CIA's director of audit for eight years. He sometimes testified before Congress about the agency's finances. He was awarded the CIA's Intelligence Medal of Merit.

After leaving the CIA, Mr. Quinn was director of the interagency auditor training program for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's graduate school until retiring in 1990.

He was born in Madison, Wis., where was a high school golf champion. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin and did graduate study at the University of Michigan and New York University. He was fluent in Japanese and Spanish. He served in the Army during World War II and was an Army counterintelligence officer in Japan until 1947.

He was a member of the Army Navy Country Club, where he enjoyed playing golf and tennis. He was also an enthusiastic bridge player.

Survivors include his wife of 59 years, Berenice Quinn of North Potomac and Marco Island, Fla.; and three sons, Richard Quinn of San Diego, Ronald Quinn of North Potomac and Randall Quinn of Washington.

Charles T. Kline Jr.

FAA Special Assistant

Charles T. Kline Jr., 64, a media and legislative liaison for the Federal Aviation Administration since 1990, died June 19 at his home in Falls Church. He had pancreatic cancer.

Mr. Kline fielded press inquiries and dealt with legislative matters as the special assistant for external affairs in the FAA's Office of Commercial Space Transportation.

A longtime federal government employee, Mr. Kline came to Washington in 1973 and served until 1978 as press secretary to U.S. Rep. Ronald A. Sarasin (R-Conn). From 1978-1981, he was director of research for the National Republican Congressional Committee.

He worked as a special assistant for the assistant secretary for trade development in the Department of Commerce from 1981 to 1983, and as deputy assistant secretary for public affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services from 1983 to 1989.

Mr. Kline, who was born in Chicago, attended the University of Michigan. He began his career in 1962 as a political reporter and analyst at the Norwalk (Conn.) Hour newspaper.

He was a member of the National Press Club, Delta Kappa Epsilon national social fraternity, and served as an officer of the Pine Spring (Falls Church) Civic Association.

During the 1980s, he was active with the American Field Service program, serving as a host parent for international exchange students.

Survivors include his wife of 42 years, Phoebe C. Kline of Falls Church; a son, Charles T. Kline III of McLean; a sister; and one grandson.