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Eva C. Finnelle, microfiche processor

Eva C. Finnelle, a microfiche processor at Gaithersburg Microfiche from 1984 to 1997, died July 10 at her home in Gaithersburg. She was 69.

The cause was cancer, said a daughter-in-law, Christine Finnelle.

Eva Charlotte Lutzi was born in Berlin. She came to Washington in 1955 and graduated in 1962 from Sacred Heart Academy in Washington.

From 1975 to 1983, she was an executive assistant to the owners of National Micrographics in Silver Spring.

She had been a volunteer at the Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County.

In 1962, she married and divorced Patrick Roberson. They remarried in 1963 and divorced in 1964. In 1966, she married Ronald Beland. They divorced in 1975.

Her third husband, John R. “Jack” Finnelle, whom she married in 1979, died in 2011.

Survivors include three children from her second husband, Michelle Avilla of Richmond, Debbie Lawhorne of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., and Michael Beland of Falling Waters, W.Va.; three children from her third husband, Scott Finelle of Brunswick, Md., Kim Finnelle of Ashburn and Chris Finnelle of Berryville, Va.; and 12 grandchildren.

— Bart Barnes

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