Frank Furst Dorsey

August 05, 1991

Frank Furst Dorsey, a retired executive vice president for USF&G Corp., died Saturday at the Wesley Home Chapel. He was 96.

Services for Mr. Dorsey will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Wesley Home Chapel, 2211 W. Rogers Avenue.

The Baltimore native was a graduate of City College and the University of Maryland Law School.

During World War I, he served as lieutenant junior grade on a Navy submarine chaser.

After the war, he worked for USF&G for over 30 years, until he retired as executive vice president in 1960. After he retired, he owned a Christmas tree farm in Phoenix and enjoyed fishing.

Mr. Dorsey was active in the Boy Scouts for over 75 years and was theoldest member of the Grachar Club of Grace United Methodist Church. A lifelong Methodist, he also belonged to Waverly Methodist and Northwood Appold United Methodist churches.

He is survived by a son, Frank C. Dorsey of Garrett Park; a daughter, Carol D. Wisotzki of Allison Park, Pa.; and seven grandchildren.

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