Daniel Malkin, 33, cellist, UMBC teacherDaniel Malkin, a...

April 26, 1997

Daniel Malkin, 33, cellist, UMBC teacher

Daniel Malkin, a cellist who taught at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, died Thursday of cancer at Howard County General Hospital. He was 33.

A Columbia resident, he was a founder of Music in Common, a chamber music group that played there.

He was also a member of Trio Americas, an ensemble at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, where he taught cello.

Mr. Malkin was born in Berkeley, Calif. He had degrees from the New England Conservatory of Music and the Peabody Conservatory of Music.

"He was an outstanding cellist and an outstanding man," said Mihaly Virizlay, principal cellist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and professor of cello at the Peabody Conservatory.

Mr. Malkin played with the Kennedy Center Orchestra accompanying Broadway shows and ballet performances, and with the Washington Opera Orchestra.

He also played as a substitute with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, of which his wife, Wonju Kim Malkin, is a member.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Abigail and Ilana Malkin of Columbia; his parents, Carole and Richard Malkin of Berkeley; a sister, Dr. Karin Blumofe of Chicago; and a brother, Jesse Malkin of Seattle.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. May 5 at Bethel Presbyterian Church, 3165 St. John's Lane, Ellicott City.

Memorial contributions may be made to Malkin Children's Fund, in care of Citizens National Bank, Altholton Square Office, Columbia 21046.

Anna Louise Headley, 97, Montgomery volunteer

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. today at Boyds Presbyterian Church, White Ground Road, Boyds, Montgomery County, for Anna Louise Headley, who was active in Montgomery County civic and community affairs.

Mrs. Headley who was 97, died Jan. 31 of cancer at Pickersgill Retirement Home in Towson. She had lived for many years in Rockville and Gaithersburg until she moved to the retirement home several years ago.

She had formerly been on the women's board of directors of Montgomery County General Hospital and had been chairman of the Gray Lady Corps at the National Institutes of Health.

She married Bradford N. Headley in 1920. He died in 1956.

Mrs. Headley is survived by two sons, Dr. William M. Headley of Milledgeville, Ga., and Dr. Robert N. Headley of Black Mountain, N.C.; a daughter, Betty Anne Dinker of Glen Arm; 12 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren.

Anne C. Joyce, 84, nurse's aide, dance teacher

Anne C. Joyce, who was a nurse's aide and taught ballroom dancing, died April 2 of a stroke at Harford Memorial Hospital. She was 84 and lived in Upperco.

During the 1950s and early 1960s, Mrs. Joyce was a nurse's aide at Johns Hopkins Hospital and later for the American Red Cross.

Born Anne Carey in Frankford, Del., she moved to Baltimore as a child and graduated from Western High School in 1930.

She married Robert C. Joyce, an electrical engineer, in 1933 and the couple settled in Howard Park.

They shared an interest in dancing and taught dancing locally until 1966, when they moved to Scottsboro, Ala.

Mrs. Joyce returned to Maryland after her husband's death last year.

A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. today at Cedar Grove United Methodist Church, 2015 Mount Carmel Road, Parkton.

She is survived by two sons, James C. Joyce of Upperco and Robert C. Joyce of Wallins Creek, Ky.; a daughter, Ann Warren of Aberdeen; a brother, Bud Carey of Portland, Ore.; nine grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to the Cedar Grove United Methodist Church Restoration Fund, P.O. Box 333, Monkton 21111.

Pub Date: 4/26/97

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