Woodruff T. George Jr., 41, worked for The Chimes

March 21, 1997

Woodruff Tabb George Jr., who worked in production for a Baltimore social service agency, died of a seizure Saturday at his Woodlawn apartment. He was 41.

He worked for The Chimes Inc., a Baltimore-based agency that )) provides services for people with mental retardation and developmental disabilities. He also had been a kitchen helper.

Mr. George, known as Woody, was born and raised in Riderwood. He attended the Ridge School, Camp Devereaux in Philadelphia and Zuni Presbyterian School in Virginia.

A memorial service was held Monday.

He is survived by two brothers, A. C. George of Riderwood and Peter L. C. George of Phoenix; three sisters, Heningham George Kennedy of Chevy Chase, Josephine Ellett George Worthington of Owings Mills and Jane Cary George Millspaugh of Bethesda; and 16 nieces and nephews.

Pub Date: 3/21/97

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