Mary G. Adamson

September 18, 1991

Mary G. Adamson, 70, who sang and danced under her maiden name Mary Greeley in children's radio and stage shows, died Monday at the University of Maryland Medical Center of complications to heart surgery.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Burgee Henss funeral establishment, 3631 Falls Road.

Mrs. Adamson, who lived on Falls Road, was a native of Baltimore and attended Western High School.

She was billed as Little Mary Greeley the Teen-Aged Ballad Singer on the Saturday radio broadcasts of "Uncle Jack's Kiddie Club" from the stage of the Hippodrome Theater in the 1930s.

She also was an acrobatic dancer in the club's stage shows there and at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City, N.J..

Mrs. Adamson lived in the Woodberry area for many years. Her husband, Donald D. Adamson, a retired sheet metal shop foreman for Lloyd E. Mitchell Inc., died in 1975.

Survivors include a son, D. David Adamson Jr. of Arbutus; two daughters, Mary Jo Adamson of Baltimore and Betsy Satosky of Pikesville; two sisters, Virginia Wagner of Cockeysville and Josephine Wagner of Baltimore, and six grandchildren.

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