Anne 'Jean' Beran, 73, Social Security clerkAnne "Jean...

March 30, 1998

Anne 'Jean' Beran, 73, Social Security clerk

Anne "Jean" Beran, a former Social Security Administration clerical worker and Baltimore native, died of heart failure Thursdayat her Silver Spring home. She was 73.

The former Anne McKenna attended Baltimore's old Eastern High School in the 1940s and worked for the Social Security Administration until 1951.

She married William Beran in 1948. The couple lived in Lanham from 1957 to 1973, then moved to Silver Spring. Her husband died in 1991.

She belonged to the Leisure Club of St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, 12319 New Hampshire Ave. in Silver Spring. A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. today at the church.

She is survived by two sons, William Beran of Norwalk, Conn., and Robert Beran of Silver Spring; a daughter, Judith Hensley of Greenbelt; a brother, George McKenna of Ellicott City; a sister, Rita Gaines of Baltimore; and two grandchildren.

Sidney Stein, 87, certified accountant

Sidney Stein, a retired certified accountant and former Northwest Baltimore resident, died March 23 of congestive heart failure in a nursing home in Pompano Beach, Fla., where he had moved last year. He was 87.

Mr. Stein was an accountant for the Baltimore Colts from 1953 to 1974. He also had a private accounting practice. He retired in 1994.

The Baltimore native was a 1928 City College graduate and earned a bachelor's degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1932.

Services were held Wednesday.

He is survived by his wife of 65 years, the former Dorothy Braun; a son, Richard Stein of Los Angeles; and a granddaughter, Ellen R. Stein of New York City.

James Edwin Beasley, 81, Montgomery county teacher

James Edwin Beasley, a retired Montgomery County teacher and former Rockville resident, died of congestive heart failure Saturdayat Premier Rehabilitation Center in Statesboro, Ga. He was 81.

Mr. Beasley taught physics, math and biology for many years. He retired in 1987 and returned to his native Statesboro, where services will be held tomorrow.

He earned a bachelor's degree from Georgia Teachers College of Statesboro, a master's from Georgia Southern Teachers College and a doctorate from Rutgers University.

His marriage to the former Peggy Jenkins ended in divorce.

He is survived by two sons, Jim Beasley of Burbank, Calif. and Ben Beasley of Rockville; two daughters, Becky Popik of East Windsor, N.J., and Katrina Trueblood of Bedminster, Pa.; a brother, Dr. Carroll Beasley of Marietta, Ga.; and four grandchildren.

Pub Date: 3/30/98

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