Donald Craig Arenth, 57

January 31, 1991

Donald Craig Arenth, 57, a highly regarded interior designer who created spaces as diverse as the Center Club when it was at 1 Charles Center, the Kuwaiti Sheraton Hotel and the Foreign Affairs Building of Brunei, in Southeast Asia, died yesterday after a long illness.

Mr. Arenth, of Bolton Hill, died at the Kingsville home of a friend, Frederick C. Petrich, a voice teacher with whom he had studied. He had been a patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital from Oct. 22 until Monday.

A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Feb. 10 at Memorial Episcopal Church, Bolton Hill. Combined choirs of that church and Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church will sing. Mr. Arenth sang bass in both choirs at different times.

Survivors include two sons, Craig Magnus Arenth of Baltimore and Sean Lydick Arenth of Columbia.

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