Alexander Wolf Jr.Investor, volunteerAlexander Wolf Jr...


February 28, 1993

Alexander Wolf Jr.

Investor, volunteer

Alexander Wolf Jr., who was active in volunteer work in Montgomery County and Washington, died Wednesday of cancer at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington.

Mr. Wolf, who was 83 and lived in Bethesda since 1946, had been active in advertising and as an investor in real estate and home improvement businesses until the mid-1960s, when he became a volunteer.

He was a volunteer fund-raiser for what is now the Children's National Medical Center and the National Symphony Orchestra and was a volunteer driver for the American Cancer Society.

A member of an advisory board for the Montgomery County Recreation Department, he also did volunteer work for the county's Board of Supervisors of Elections.

The Washington native was a graduate of the old Central High School and was a member of the Washington Hebrew Congregation.

Before serving in the Army Signal Corps during World War II, he sold advertising for the old Washington Times-Herald.

His wife of 45 years, the former Miriam Auerbach, died in 1978.

Services were to be conducted at 2 p.m. today at Joseph Gawler's Sons Funeral Home in Washington.

He is survived by his companion, Marjorie Fix of Bethesda; three sons, Alexander Wolf III of Silver Spring, Christopher Wolf of Washington and John Anthony Wolf of Baltimore; a daughter-in-law, Ellen Peterson Wolf of Baltimore; and two granddaughters.

Eugenie A. Mudge

Retired nurse

Eugenie Abercrombie Mudge, a retired nurse and lifelong student of art and history, died Feb. 21 of heart failure at her home in Ruxton. She was 66.

Reared in the Baltimore area, she was a graduate of the Union Memorial Hospital School of Nursing.

She began her nursing career in the old Harriet Lane Clinic for children at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

After 40 years at Hopkins, she retired in 1991 as a nurse in the pediatrics clinical research unit.

During retirement, she was a volunteer in Hopkins' Outpatients Center.

She received a master's degree in liberal arts from the Johns Hopkins University several years ago.

A lifelong student of art and history, she took many trips abroad sponsored by the Walters Art Gallery and Goucher College.

She was a generous contributor to charities.

Her husband, E. Tileston Mudge IV, who died in 1970, worked at the Mudge Paper Co. in Southwest Baltimore that was owned by his family.

A memorial service for Mrs. Mudge is to be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Boyce and Carrollton avenues in Ruxton, where she was longtime member.

She is survived by three stepchildren and four step-grandchildren.

OC The family suggests memorial contributions to the Church of the

Good Shepherd Heritage Fund, 1405 Boyce Ave., Ruxton 21204.

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