A memorial service for Virginia Paca MacLea, who was a member of the boards of Presbyterian institutions, will be held at noon today at the Second Presbyterian Church, 4200 St. Paul St.
Mrs. MacLea, who was 90, died Thursday of complications to pneumonia at Roland Park Place where she lived for about four years.
A former resident of Homeland and of Arnold, she was a former member of the boards of the Presbyterian Home and, at the time it became part of the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, of the Presbyterian Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital.
She had been a member of the Women's Association at the Second Presbyterian Church and a deacon at the Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church in Severna Park.
The former Virginia Paca Beatson was born in Baltimore. She was a descendant of William Paca, one of the Maryland signers of the Declaration of Independence.
Mrs. MacLea was a graduate of the Eastern High School and the Maryland Institute.
MA Her husband, Daniel Carlysle MacLea, retired president of the
MacLea Lumber Co., died in 1988.
She is survived by two sons, Daniel C. MacLea Jr. of Naples, Fla., and Herbert B. MacLea of Murray Hill; a brother, William Paca Beatson of Ruxton; four grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
The family suggested contributions to the Second Presbyterian Church of the Presbyterian Home.