Janice Warden Paralegal

October 21, 1990

Services for Janice Lynn Warden, a paralegal, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Towson United Methodist Church, Hampton Lane and Dulaney Valley Road.

Miss Warden died Thursday at her Lutherville home of cancer. She was 32.

Born in Miami, Miss Warden moved to the Baltimore area with her family 23 years ago. She was educated at Notre Dame Preparatory School and graduated from Hood College in Frederick in 1980 with a bachelor's degree in dietetics.

She worked as a diet technician at University Hospital but later trained as a paralegal. For about a year she worked for the Towson law firm of Parks, Hansen and Ditch.

As a girl, Miss Warden took ballet lessons and at one time wanted to be a ballet dancer. She remained fond of dancing and music, particularly the piano, which she played.

She was an avid reader, and after she became interested in the law took as much interest in reading legal documents as she had works of literature.

Since her illness became acute a month ago, Miss Warden received support from the Union Memorial hospice program and from two former school friends, Maria Diaz and Nadine Oswald.

Miss Warden is survived by her mother, R. Beatrice Warden of Lutherville; two brothers, Michael S. Warden of Lutherville and Douglas E. Warden of Columbia; and a nephew.

The family suggested that memorial contributions be made to the Union Memorial hospice program or the Johns Hopkins oncology unit.

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