Mildred A. Nigro
Worked in food service
Mass of Christian burial for Mildred A. Nigro, who worked in the food business from childhood to age 75, will be offered at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church at Belair Road and Willow Avenue.
Mrs. Nigro, known as Millie, died Thursday at the Dulaney-Towson Nursing & Convalescent Center as a result of Alzheimer's disease. She was 90.
Her family owned Bishop's Bakery in Hamilton, and it was in their store and restaurant that she learned the food business. After World War II, she worked in food service for the central YMCA in Baltimore and as a kitchen supervisor at American Can Co.
Mrs. Nigro also worked in the cafeteria at Parkville High School and Catonsville Community College. She retired from the college in 1976.
She was a member of the Maryland Restaurant Association.
Mrs. Nigro enjoyed spending time with young people and cooked for the YMCA summer camp program.
She was born in Hamilton and attended Baltimore public schools. She attended college for two years in the city.
Mrs. Nigro is survived by her husband, Joseph L. Nigro of Baltimore; two nieces, Bernadine Ayer of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Kimberly Biasucci of Baltimore; and one nephew, John Biasucci of Orlando, Fla.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Joseph Richey Hospice Inc., 820 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore 21201.
Anne I. Sommers
Worked at the CIA
A memorial service for Anne Iglehart Sommers, a Baltimore native and former CIA employee, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Christ Church of Georgetown in Washington.
Mrs. Sommers died Friday at her home in Chevy Chase of lung cancer. She was 63.
In the early 1950s, she was a CIA operations officer for East Germany for two years. In May 1953, she married Frank Feldher Sommers, a CIA officer. They lived in Frankfurt, Germany; Vienna, Austria; Bern, Switzerland; and Vientiane, Laos.
Mrs. Sommers served on embassy committees and school boards in each of these cities.
From 1981 to 1991, she was an administrative assistant at the International Management and Development Institute, a non-profit group in Washington that worked with Fortune 500 companies and major corporations abroad.
Mrs. Sommers attended the Calvert and Bryn Mawr schools in Baltimore and graduated from Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Pa.
She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Wing Sommers Blake of Washington and Jane Walker Sommers-Kelly of Fountainebleau, France; two sons, Frank Feldher Sommers IV of San Francisco and Alexander Robinson Sommers of Cheshire, Conn.; a sister, Alice I. McAdams of Spruce Head, Maine; a brother, Iredell W. Iglehart of Baltimore; and a grandson.