Mary Catherine Loux, 80, insurance agent

October 25, 2003

Mary Catherine Loux, a former insurance agent who was later an investigator for the Maryland Insurance Administration, died of cancer Monday at the Maples of Towson nursing home. She was 80 and formerly lived in Cockeysville.

Mary Catherine Walsh was born in Baltimore and raised in Govans. She was a 1941 graduate of the Institute of Notre Dame.

During the 1970s, Mrs. Loux began working as an insurance agent for Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. and earned a Certified Life Underwriter certificate from the American College of Insurance in 1974.

She later went to work as an investigator for the insurance administration. She retired in 1992.

Mrs. Loux volunteered in the children's day care program at the Towson YMCA and was named Volunteer of the Year several years ago. She also enjoyed visiting the Maryland Historical Society and Walters Art Museum.

Her marriage to Daniel J. Loux ended in divorce.

Mrs. Loux was a communicant of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Cockeysville, where a Mass of Christian burial was offered yesterday.

Mrs. Loux is survived by a son, Michael D. Loux of Chelsea, Mich.; a daughter, M. Kathleen Loux of Lakewood, Colo.; three sisters, Miriam Pratt of Timonium, Patricia Jenkins of Baltimore and Mary Elizabeth Ainsworth of Dallastown, Pa.; and two grandchildren.

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