Janet A. Greco, Timonium businesswoman

May 01, 1993|By Staff Report

Janet A. Greco, a partner in her husband's athletic motion study company who was active in other businesses, died Wednesday of cancer at Good Samaritan Hospital.

The 58-year-old Timonium resident was a partner in Vincent T. Greco Time and Motion Study, which makes video studies of athletes for the Orioles, the Johns Hopkins football and lacrosse teams, the Washington Bullets and others.

For the past nine years, she also served as regional manager for Davor Photographers, which takes portraits for yearbooks. From until 1959, she was secretary and treasurer of the Forster Hauling and Rigging Co.

Born in Baltimore, the former Janet Alma Forster attended the Institute of Notre Dame and Strayer Business College and worked for the State Roads Commission before joining her parents' hauling and rigging company. A regular spectator for many years at her children's sports events, she also had been active in parent-teacher groups at Lutherville-Timonium Elementary School, Boys Latin School and Towson Catholic High School.

She also served as Grand Regent of Court Carroll of the Catholic Daughters of America and helped to start the Sultanas, an auxiliary of the Alcala Caravan of the Order of the Alhambra, which she served as secretary and Grand Sultana until her death.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 9 a.m. today at the Roman Catholic Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, 8501 Loch Raven Blvd., Ridgeleigh.

In addition to her husband, her survivors include two sons, Vincent Tito Greco Jr. and Kenneth Harvey Greco of Timonium; and a daughter, Michele Greco Nutter of Linthicum.

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