Anne Butler Dunn, 93, volunteerAnne Butler Dunn, a...

January 08, 1999

Anne Butler Dunn, 93, volunteer

Anne Butler Dunn, a homemaker who was active in community affairs, died yesterday of congestive heart failure in her home at Roland Park Place. She was 93.

Mrs. Dunn, who had resided at the North Baltimore retirement community since 1985, had lived for more than 50 years in the Woodbrook section of Baltimore County.

She had served on the boards of the Children's Rehabilitation Institute, now Kennedy-Krieger Institute; the Women's Hospital of Maryland, now part of Greater Baltimore Medical Center; and Family and Children's Services.

The former Anne Butler was born in St. Paul, Minn., and moved to Washington in 1922 when her father, Pierce Butler, was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Warren G. Harding. Mr. Butler died in 1939.

She was a graduate of the Georgetown Visitation Convent and studied landscaping in Cambridge, Mass. She was married in 1931 to Edward K. Dunn Sr., a Baltimore banker, who died in 1979.

Mrs. Dunn and her husband maintained a farm in the Howard County village of Daisy between West Friendship and Lisbon, where she enjoyed hunting and fishing. An avid fly fisher, she also enjoyed fishing for Atlantic salmon in Ireland and Canada.

She was a member of the Mount Vernon Club, Elkridge Club, Yeaman's Hall in South Carolina and several garden clubs.

She was a communicant of the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St., Baltimore, where a Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Monday

She is survived by two sons, Edward K. Dunn Jr. of Ruxton and Pierce Butler Dunn of Greenspring Valley; a daughter, Anneen Dunn of Baltimore; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to the Edward K. Dunn Faculty Award Fund, Gilman School, 5207 Roland Ave., Baltimore 21210.

William B. Bristor Jr., 59, maritime agency official

William Beverly Bristor Jr., a retired U.S. Maritime Administration official and former Baltimorean, died Jan. 1 of a stroke while taking a Caribbean cruise. The Washington resident was 59.

Mr. Bristor, who retired from the Maritime Administration last year, began his career with the Military Sea Transportation Service and later, in the early 1960s, served with the Naval Supply Systems Command.

Born and raised in Baltimore, Mr. Bristor attended Gilman School and was a 1960 graduate of Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. An Army veteran, he worked for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad from 1960 to 1961.

Mr. Bristor was a member of the Baltimore Country Club, City Tavern Club, Arts Club of Washington, Racquet Club of Philadelphia and the Engineering Society of Baltimore.

He was also a member of the Sons of the Revolution, the Society of the War of 1812, and former president of the Lords of the Maryland Manors and Pilgrims of St. Mary's. He was a communicant of Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church in Washington, where a memorial Mass was offered Wednesday.

Mr. Bristor is survived by two cousins, Beverly Huse Ryburn of Dover, Mass., and Marie R. Foster of Annapolis; and three nieces.

Pub Date: 1/08/99

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