Juliette King-Ankrah, 39, counselor for the disabled

August 01, 1991

Juliette King-Ankrah, 39, a counselor in the residential department of the Chimes Inc., died Saturday in her sleep at her home on Division Street.

Funeral services were held yesterday at the Emmanuel Christian Community Church.

Mrs. King-Ankrah had worked in Washington in 1988 and 1989 at the Hannah House for drug abusers and at the Allen Chapel Outreach Center as a senior citizen service consultant.

Born in Baltimore, the former Juliette King was a graduate of the Carver Vocational Technical High School, and she graduated with greatest honors from Coppin State College. She also

studied psychology at the Community College of Baltimore and the University of Maryland at College Park. In addition, she attended workshops on counseling in Barbados.

Survivors include her husband, Prince Ankrah; her mother, Julia R. King of Baltimore; two brothers, Calvin W. King Jr. of Providence, R.I., and Eric W. King of Baltimore; five sisters, Irelene Frost, Anton Sawyer, Kathy Allen and Andrea King, all of Baltimore, and Carol Morton of Newburgh, N.Y.; and many nieces and nephews.

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