Betty Elaine Oktay

Editor

Betty Elaine Oktay, 76, a retired editor with defense contractor Vitro, died of cancer Aug. 14 at her home in Silver Spring.

Mrs. Oktay, a native Washingtonian, worked for Vitro, now BAE Systems, until her retirement in 1990. Her job took her to San Francisco, and later to Turkey, where she lived for four years. In 1964, she returned to Silver Spring, where she lived until her death.

Her marriages to James Douglas Carter and Nicholas Oktay ended in divorce.

Survivors include a daughter from her first marriage, Linda Hall of Silver Spring; four children from her second marriage, Diane Oktay and Dennis Oktay, both of Silver Spring, Samuel Oktay of Rancho Cucamongo, Calif., and Susan Oktay of Delray Beach, Fla.; her mother, Dora Yancey of Kilmarnock, Va.; and a grandson.

Ann Cyr Hudenburg

Homemaker, Church Member

Ann Cyr Hudenburg, 65, a homemaker and member of the St. John Neumann Parish in Reston, died Aug. 17 of diabetes and kidney failure at Inova Fair Oaks Hospital.

Mrs. Hudenburg was born in Van Buren, Maine. She attended Northern Virginia Community College.

She moved to Arlington in 1958. After marrying in 1961, she accompanied her husband on his Air Force assignments to Tokyo and Valdosta, Ga. She settled in the Washington area in 1966, living first in Alexandria and then in Springfield for 22 years. She was a resident of Centreville for the past five years.

She was a volunteer at Paul VI High School in Fairfax and a contributor to the Catholic Oblates Helpers' Guild.

She and her husband recently returned from a trip to Nova Scotia.

Survivors include her husband of 43 years, retired Air Force Col. Don Hudenburg of Centreville; four children, Don Hudenburg Jr. of Centreville, Michael Hudenburg of South Riding, Va., and Timothy Hudenburg and Elizabeth Hudenburg, both of Oak Hill, Va.; four sisters; two brothers; and five grandchildren.