Zenaida Evangelista, a medical laboratory manager, died of complications from cancer Saturday at her Cockeysville home. She was 60.
Born in Manila, the Philippines, she earned a medical technology degree at the University of St. Tomas there before moving to the United States in 1964. She earned a master's degree from Michigan State University.
She was a technical laboratory supervisor for the old North Charles Hospital, which was then affiliated with Wyman Park Medical Center. After running an independent medical laboratory in Lutherville, she became a lab manager at Georgetown University in Washington in 1992.
A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, Church Lane in Cockeysville, where she was a member.
Survivors include five brothers, Manolo Delrosario and Virgilio Delrosario, both of Manila, Romeo Delrosario and Ambet Delrosario, both of Baltimore, and Cesar Delrosario of San Francisco; seven sisters, Rosa Sevidal, Estelita Salazar, Joy Noel and Bernadette Barcelon, all of Baltimore, Rufina Suspine of Manila, and Marie Lazo and Josephine Ruiz, both of Ontario, Calif.; and friend Teresa Magboo of Cockeysville.