Gail Washington, 45, hospital records supervisor

May 09, 2002

Gail Washington, a Johns Hopkins Hospital records supervisor, died of cancer Sunday at University of Maryland Medical Center. She was 45 and lived in the Windsor Mill section of Baltimore County.

She was supervisor of employee records at Johns Hopkins Hospital's department of human resources.

She began her career at Hopkins in 1975 as a diet aide. She took classes at the hospital at night to become a pharmacy clerk and later a pharmacy technician. In 1992, she became a human resources data-entry operator and was later promoted to supervisor.

Born in Baltimore and raised on Caroline Street, Gail Dixon was a 1974 graduate of Dunbar High School. She also attended Catonsville Community College and studied business administration.

She made, sold and often gave away artificial flower arrangements.

Services will begin with a wake at 9 a.m. today at New Antioch Church, 5616 Old Court Road, Randallstown, where she was a member. A funeral will follow at 9:30 a.m.

She is survived by George Washington, her husband of 24 years; a son, Terrance Washington of Baltimore; a daughter, Lisa Robinson of Elkton; three brothers, Larry Pinnick, Virgil Dixon and Joseph Dixon, all of Baltimore; and two grandchildren.

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