Wayne L. KinneyElectrical engineerWayne L. Kinney, a...

May 20, 1994

Wayne L. Kinney

Electrical engineer

Wayne L. Kinney, a retired electrical and systems engineer, died Sunday of leukemia at the Howard County General Hospital. He was 67 and lived in Elkridge.

He retired about a year ago from T-COM Ltd. in Columbia where he had worked for about 10 years. Earlier, he worked at the Westinghouse Electric Corp. at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

Before going to work for Westinghouse in 1965, he worked in Chicago for the power division of Standard Oil of Indiana and for the Cook Electric Co.

Born in Oak Park, Ill., he served in the Navy during World War II. He attended Monmouth College before earning bachelor's and master's degrees from Iowa State University.

After moving to the Elkridge area, he was president of the Watermont Swim Club, a founder of the Marshalee Civic Association and a member of the Elkridge Community Association, the Elkridge Heritage Society and Historic Ellicott City.

He was an amateur radio operator who broadcast with the call letters KB3FT and was a member of the American Radio Relay League.

pTC He is survived by his wife of 43 years, the former Virginia Barnes; a daughter, Charlotte K. Milligan of Catonsville; and two grandchildren.

He was on the board of Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church in Baltimore, where services were held yesterday.

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