After graduating from the University of Maryland dental school in 1925, Dr. Willin moved to Salisbury to begin a half-century practice there. He retired in 1976.
He was a member of the Maryland and Eastern Shore dental societies.
His first wife, the former Althea Davis, died in 1977.
He is survived by his second wife of nine years, Mildred F. Willin of Salisbury; a son, John M. C. Willin III of Towson; a brother, Randall Willin of Seaford, Del.; and two grandchildren.
The family suggests contributions to the Asbury United Methodist Church, 1401 Camden Ave., Salisbury 21801.
Cora L. Porter
A Mass of Christian burial for Cora L. Porter, a housewife and cafeteria manager, will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, 1704 Eastern Ave.
She died Thursday of Alzheimer's disease at her home in Rocky Point, where she lived most of her life. She was 90.
Mrs. Porter retired in 1970 after working for several years as a manager in the Baltimore County school lunch program. She managed cafeterias in the Dundalk and Fullerton elementary schools.
Her husband, John J. Porter, died in the late 1940s.
Mrs. Porter enjoyed sewing and crocheting.
She is survived by a son, Louis J. Porter, of Middle River; a daughter, Frances P. Totaro, of Rocky Point; two grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
James Starr Kirby
A Mass of Christian burial for Joseph Starr Kirby, retired human resources manager for the Westinghouse Corp., will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Mark Chapel, 27 Melvin Ave. in Catonsville.
Mr. Kirby, a resident of Catonsville, died of cancer Friday at his home. He was 60.
A graduate of Loyola High School, Mr. Kirby made the all-state squads for baseball and basketball. In 1949 he was presented the Hargaden Trophy for athletic excellence.
He graduated from Loyola College in 1953 with a degree in English.
After graduation, he worked as comptroller for Montgomery Ward in Baltimore for the company's Eastern United States division.
For more than 20 years he worked for Westinghouse in Pittsburgh and lived in Sewickley, Pa. When he retired from the company, he was manager of human resources for the corporation.
In his leisure time, Mr. Kirby played golf and was a member of the Rolling Road Country Club in Catonsville and the Edgeworth Golf Club in Sewickley.
Mr. Kirby is survived by his wife, the former Sheila McKenna; two daughters, Katherine A. Devlin and Sheila Margaret Kirby, both of Baltimore; a son, Robert Joseph Kirby of Baltimore; three brothers, Frank L. Kirby, John C. Kirby and Mark M. Kirby, all of Baltimore; two sisters, Mary Kirby Grochmal of Baltimore and Lily Kirby Cummings of Richmond, Va.
The family suggested memorial contributions to St. Agnes Hospice.