Dusty Klein, 25, worked in family management firmServices...

September 20, 1996

Dusty Klein, 25, worked in family management firm

Services were held Wednesday for Dusty Klein, a Baltimore native who worked in a family business that managed several area shopping centers. She was 25 and lived in Canton in Southeast Baltimore.

Ms. Klein died Sunday in a one-car accident on the Jones Falls Expressway.

She graduated from the Park School in 1988 and attended New York University for two years before joining Baltimore-based Metropolitan Management Co.

She was a member of the Government Affairs Committee of the International Council of Shopping Centers and Temple Oheb Shalom and was active in the Bonds and Young Leadership Cabinet of The Associated Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore.

She is survived by a brother, Daniel Joseph Klein; a sister, Jennifer Klein; and her grandparents, Philip E. and Harriet J. Klein. All are of Baltimore.

Eleanor Aten, 81, owner of Baltimore beauty shop

Graveside services for Eleanor Aten, 81, a former Pasadena resident who owned a beauty shop in Baltimore, will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Druid Ridge Cemetery, Park Heights Avenue and Old Court Road.

Mrs. Aten, who died of cancer Aug. 16 in Massachusetts, retired to Cape Cod with her husband, the late Joseph H. Aten, in 1974.

Betty Lou Johnson, 48, restaurant supervisor

Services for Betty Lou Johnson, a supervisor at the Old Country Buffet restaurant, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Road, Gambrills.

Mrs. Johnson died Sunday when she was shot during a robbery attempt at the Glen Burnie restaurant, where she had worked for about a year. The Severn resident was 48.

Known as "Miss Betty," she was born Betty Lou Marks in Washington and attended high school in Capitol Heights, Prince George's County.

She was a secretary for 10 years until 1991.

She is survived by her husband of 27 years, David Wayne Johnson Sr.; a son, David Wayne Johnson Jr. of New Market; a daughter, Barbara Ann Crane of Severn; three brothers, Oakley Marks of Nesbit, Miss., Claude Marks of Chesapeake Beach and Jesse Marks of Dunkirk; three sisters, Patricia Rogers of Bowie, Evelyn Marks of Laurel and Brenda Johnson of Waldorf; and four grandchildren.

Pub Date: 9/20/96

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