Elizabeth Ann Love Greene
Artist, Librarian, Teacher
Elizabeth Ann Love Greene, 75, an artist, librarian and teacher, died of cancer Oct. 22 at her home in Chevy Chase.
Mrs. Greene worked for 22 years in the Montgomery County public schools as an assistant librarian and English aide. She later taught English to foreign students at the high school level.
She worked for a time as an interior decorator and was an artist who specialized in portraits, landscapes and seascapes. Many of her works were exhibited at the Washington Arts Club, the National Press Club and the Woman's Club of Chevy Chase. As a member of the arts club, she handled publicity for its exhibits and social activities.
Mrs. Greene was a member of the Parkview Citizens Association and was its president in 1973. A longtime member of the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, she was also a member of its sodality.
She was born in Baltimore and moved to Washington as a child. She graduated from Blessed Sacrament School, Holy Cross Academy and Dunbarton College.
Survivors include her husband of 52 years, Edward Allen Greene Sr. of Chevy Chase; four children, Edward Allen Greene Jr. of Derwood, Deborah Ann Lord of Vienna, Judith Love Murray of Doylestown, Pa., and Philip James Greene of Washington; and 11 grandchildren.