Harlee Popick, a former teacher and member of several women's organizations, died Monday of leukemia at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Mrs. Popick, who was 69 and lived on Red Cedar Place, was a member of the National Women's Committee for Brandeis University, the National Council of Jewish Women and Women's American ORT.
The former Harlee Senzer was born in Newark, N.J., and graduated with honors from the New Jersey College for Women, now Douglass College, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
She taught in public schools in Newark before coming to Baltimore in 1944, with her husband, Bernard Popick, when he began working at Social Security Administration headquarters. Mr. Popick is now a division chief in the State Office on Aging.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by three daughters, Barbara Rosing of Bethesda, Janice Rosenzweig of Mount Washington and Lisa Mahaney of Albany, Calif.; a son,Jeffrey Popick of St. Helena, Calif.; a sister, Golda Stamelman of Livingston, N.J.; and five grandchildren.
Services will be private.
The family suggested contributions to the National Women's Committee for Brandeis University.