Mary K. WarwickMedical technicianMary K. Warwick, a...

April 14, 1994

Mary K. Warwick

Medical technician

Mary K. Warwick, a retired medical technician, calligrapher and writer, died Sunday of pulmonary disease at Mercy Medical Center. She was 85 and had lived at St. Martin's Home for the Aged in Catonsville since 1981.

Mrs. Warwick was a medical technician at the Loch Raven Veterans Hospital and at the University of Maryland Medical School from 1959 until she retired in 1969. While at the medical school, she did the calligraphy for medical degrees.

While living in Elkridge during the 1940s and 1950s, she was a correspondent and columnist for the Ellicott City Times and was host of "Mary Warwick's Workshop," a craft show during the early days of WBAL-TV.

She was born Mary Keeler in Marinette, Wis. She graduated from Mount St. Vincent on the Hudson High School in New York and attended Marywood College in Scranton, Pa.

In 1929, she married Charles Carroll Warwick, who was with the U.S. Maritime Commission. He died in 1981.

Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 11 a.m. today at St. Martin's, 601 Maiden Choice Lane.

Survivors include two sons, Brother Floyd Warwick, E.S.C., of Baltimore and John C. Warwick of Elkridge; four daughters, Mary Jean Whittaker of Catonsville, Sister Helene of Jesus, L.S.P., of Renne, France, Dolores Frese of South Bend, Ind., and Virginia Lacey of Pasadena; three sisters, Isabel Leach of Pocomoke City, and Ruth Macrae and Edith Keeler, both of West Palm Beach, Fla.; nine grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

Donations may be made to the Little Sisters of the Poor, 601 Maiden Choice Lane, Catonsville 21228; or Mercy Medical Center, Critical Care Unit, Baltimore 21201.

Suzanne Calhoun

Psychology professor

Suzanne Calhoun, who taught psychology and biopsychology and also organized workshops and classes on related subjects, died Sunday at Howard County General Hospital of complications of cancer. She was 53 and lived in Columbia.

Dr. Calhoun taught at the Johns Hopkins University, Goucher College and the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Her workshops included such subjects as mind-body health, wellness and behavioral medicine.

She taught in New York before moving to Columbia in 1985.

She was a student at the Traditional Acupuncture Institute in Columbia.

Born in New York City, she was a graduate of Manhattanville College and earned a doctorate in biopsychology at the City University of New York.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 9:45 a.m. today at St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church, Great Neck, N.Y.

She is survived by her husband, Earl Walker; a daughter, Marcella Calhoun Radano of Columbia; two sisters, Candy Calhoun of Westchester, N.Y., and Carol Kelly of Huntington, N.Y.; two brothers, Cal Calhoun of Northampton, N.H., and Gerald Calhoun of Libertytown; and several nieces and nephews.

Memorial donations may made to People Against Cancer, P.O. Box 10, Otho, Iowa, 50369, or to the Traditional Acupuncture Institute in Columbia.

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