Services for Dorothy N. Dusterdieck, who in 1958, as Dorothy N. Boone, became the first woman on the Baltimore County Council, will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Ruck Towson Funeral Home, 1050 York Road.
Mrs. Dusterdieck, who was 75, died Tuesday at the Charlestown Retirement Community after she had a stroke.
She moved to Catonsville in May from Tampa, Fla., where she had lived for six years.
In 1958, Mrs. Dusterdieck was elected to represent the 2nd District as a Democrat. She lost her bid for a second term in 1962.
Before running for the council, she sat on the Board of Liquor License Commissioners, appointed in 1954 to replace her first husband, Bertram Lee Boone II, after his death. Mr. Boone, an insurance executive, had served in the House of Delegates and as secretary of state before moving to the county and becoming a member of the board.