Marion Futterman

January 20, 1992

Marion Futterman, a retired Social Security Administration analyst, died of heart failure Jan. 12 at Howard County General Hospital.

Services for Mrs. Futterman, 80, were held last Wednesday at the Sol Levinson & Bros. Funeral Home.

Mrs. Futterman, an Ellicott City resident, worked 35 years at SSA as a clerk, correspondence supervisor and administrative analyst before retiring in 1971.

The former Marion Charles was born in Washington, where she was a 1930 graduate of Central High School. For a year, she attended Mahoney's Art School in Washington.

She was married for 50 years to Jack S. Futterman, a retired assistant commissioner at SSA. The couple had lived in Ellicott City since 1962.

Mrs. Futterman enjoyed traveling to New England and had visited Great Britain, Sweden, Switzerland and Yugoslavia. She also liked to paint in watercolors.

Since 1950, she had been a member of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by a sister, Helen Charles Clark of Silver Spring.

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