Dr. Alvin D. Aisenberg, 74, periodontist, art collectorDr...

March 21, 1998

Dr. Alvin D. Aisenberg, 74, periodontist, art collector

Dr. Alvin D. Aisenberg, a semiretired periodontist and an avid collector of Toulouse-Lautrec lithographs and drawings, died Thursday of cancer at Stella Maris Hospice at Mercy Medical Center. He was 74.

A longtime resident of Bolton Hill, he was born and raised near Druid Hill Park, was a graduate of City College and earned his bachelor's degree from Washington & Lee University. He was a graduate of the University of Maryland Dental School and was an associate professor of oral pathology there from 1948 until 1961.

L During World War II, he served with the Navy in the Pacific.

Dr. Aisenberg sold his Toulouse-Lautrec collection several years ago. He served on the board of the city's Historical and Architectural Preservation Commission and was a member of the Princeton Club of New York.

No services were scheduled,

He is survived by his wife of 36 years, the former Ellen Rosenstock; two daughters, Jeanne Witt of Gaithersburg and Randy Steiner of Chevy Chase; and six grandchildren.

Kevin Morales, 42, convention group official

Kevin Morales, who was vice president of finance and administration for the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association, died Sunday of a massive coronary at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. A resident of Fulton in Howard County, he was 42.

Mr. Morales, who had joined the visitors association a year ago, was attending an International Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus convention in Indianapolis when he was stricken.

Born in Patterson, N.J., he was raised in Griffin, Ga., and Potomac, where he graduated from high school. He earned a bachelor's degree from George Washington University.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered yesterday at St. Louis Roman Catholic Church, where he was a communicant.

He is survived by his wife of 17 years, the former Susan Keenan; a son, Brett Morales, and a daughter, Megan Morales, both at home; his father, Dr. George Morales of Bethesda; his mother, Martha Seberra of Chestertown; two brothers, Jeffrey Morales of Chicago and Chris Morales of Washington; and a sister, Maureen Taft-Morales of Takoma Park.

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