Marilyn BergnerHopkins professorA memorial service for...


February 16, 1993

Marilyn Bergner

Hopkins professor

A memorial service for Marilyn Bergner, professor of health policy and management at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, will be conducted at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the East Wing Auditorium of the school at 615 N. Wolfe St.

Dr. Bergner, who was 59, died of cancer Dec. 12 at her home in Silver Spring.

She joined the Hopkins faculty in 1986. Since 1972, she had been on the faculty of the Department of Health Services of the University of Washington, where she was part of a team that developed the Sickness Impact Profile, a questionnaire used in many studies to make health status assessments.

Between 1971 and 1972, she had been assistant to the first vice president of the Health and Hospitals Corp., which operates municipal hospitals in New York City.

The former Marilyn Neufeld was a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., and a graduate of Brooklyn College. She earned her Ph.D. at Columbia University. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

In 1992, she was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences.

She is survived by her husband, Dr. Lawrence Bergner; two sons, Daniel Bergner of New York City and Robert Bergner of Montreal; her mother, Clara Neufeld of New York City; and a granddaughter.

E. J. Monaghan Jr.

Maintenance chief

Edward Jacques Monaghan Jr., who retired as plant maintenance chief at Howard Community College, died Monday of a heart attack at his home on Guilford Avenue in Charles Village. He was 73.

He retired in 1989. During his 15 years at the college, he supervised its heating and air-conditioning systems, and he was awarded the Dean's Meritorious Service Award in 1982.

The son of Edward Jacques Monaghan Sr. and the former Lily Rose Stewart, both deceased, he graduated from the old Mount Washington Country School for Boys and Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. He also attended the Johns Hopkins University.

During World War II, he served in the Navy aboard the USS Buckley in the Atlantic. He was a water tender third class when he was discharged at the end of the war.

He held a stationary engineer's license and had worked for the old Sherwood Oil Co. in the 1940s and 1950s.

He was fond of animals and suffered the fatal heart attack while taking care of his ailing dog.

Services were scheduled for 7:30 p.m. today at the Charles L. Stevens Funeral Home, Fort Avenue and Hull Street.

He is survived by a sister, Stewart Monaghan Kelly of Baltimore; and several nieces and nephews.

Juliet Nutt

Medical worker

Juliet Nutt, who coordinated continuing medical education at Johns Hopkins Hospital, died Friday at the hospital of pneumonia. She was 60.

Before working at Johns Hopkins, Mrs. Nutt managed a doctor's office and worked in the business office of the Roland Park Country School. She was president of the Chatham Neighborhood Association and once directed the Roland Park Country School Christmas Fair.

Born in Twickenham, England, she graduated from the University of London and later moved to New York City, where she met her husband, the late Charles Lee Nutt III. After living in Washington, D.C., and Wausau, Wis., the couple settled in Baltimore in 1966.

Memorial services will be held at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow in the memorial garden of St. David's Church, 4700 Roland Ave. The family will receive friends in the Alston Lounge of the church between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. today.

Mrs. Nutt is survived by two daughters, Jennifer Mary Nutt and Philippa Jane Nutt, both of Berkeley, Calif.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the oncology center of the Johns Hopkins University.

Earle L. Kirkley Sr.

Waverly florist

Earle LeRoy Kirkley Sr., a Waverly florist for more than 50 years, died Saturday at Carroll County General Hospital after suffering a series of strokes. He was 85.

Born in Baltimore, Mr. Kirkley attended city public schools. From 1942 to 1944, he was a lieutenant in the U.S. Maritime Service, sailing to South America and the Mediterranean.

Mr. Kirkley was a fourth-generation florist in his family. From 1933 until 1981, he was the owner of Earle Kirkley Florist Inc. in the 3400 block of Greenmount Ave. The business was sold in 1981 when he retired to his estate in Carroll County. It has since closed.

He was active in a variety of civic and fraternal organizations, including the Elks, Kiwanis, Lions, Odd Fellows and Masons, and was a member of the Tall Cedars of Lebanon, Scottish Rite and Boumi Temple.

He was also a member of the U.S. Power Squadron and served as commodore of the Boumi Temple Yacht Club in 1962 and the Maryland Yacht Club in 1966.

Services are to be held at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Ray Curran Funeral Home on High Street in Cambridge.

Mr. Kirkley, whose first marriage ended in divorce, is survived by FTC his wife of 36 years, the former Pauline Foxwell; two sons; two daughters; and grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Mary Tull Horsey

Retired school librarian

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