Mary George Lambros

May 19, 1992

Mary George Lambros, a real estate agent and former teacher, died Saturday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center of cancer and pneumonia. She was 73 and lived on Cawdor Court in Towson.

Services for Mrs. Lambros were being held today at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, Preston Street and Maryland Avenue.

From 1938 to 1952, she taught English in Baltimore County public schools.

Since 1974, she had sold real estate, working for Jane Collins Inc., Magill-Yerman & Company Realtors-Better Homes and Gardens and finally for Prudential Preferred Properties. She was named a life member of an organization for agents selling $1 million worth of real estate in a year.

Between the 1950s and her husband's 1981 retirement, she frequently accompanied him on trips to Europe to sell the services of the Bethlehem Steel Corp. shipyard to Greek shipowners. Her husband, John J. Lambros, retired as assistant to the general manager of the steel company's shipbuilding division.

The former Mary George was born in Towson. She was a graduate of Towson High School and, in 1938, of Goucher College.

In addition to her husband, her survivors include a daughter, Valerie Lambros Heneberry of Towson; two brothers, Harris James George of Timonium and Theodore James George of Towson; a sister, Beulah George Georges, also of Towson; and two granddaughters.

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