Henry G. Bosz, an affable career bureaucrat who was Maryland's personnel secretary in charge of some 40,000 employees in the 1970s, died yesterday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center from complications of diabetes.
Mr. Bosz, 66, and his wife, his personal secretary, both ended their careers the day in 1978 that Gov. Harry R. Hughes fired him in a Cabinet overhaul.
An office romance led to his marriage in 1961 to the former Maria Messina. They met while he was a budget bureau analyst to the Department of Mental Hygiene and she was secretary to the department's commissioner.