Joan M. Kuhn, 67, firm's court representative

April 20, 2005

Joan M. Kuhn, a court representative for a property management company, died of pancreatic cancer Saturday at her home in Timonium. She was 67.

She was born and raised Joan Marie Hudak in Washington, D.C., and after her 1955 high school graduation worked for several years in administration at the FBI and later at its field office in Baltimore.

Since 1981, Mrs. Kuhn had been a court representative for Henderson-Webb Inc. in Cockeysville.

"She was a familiar presence in Maryland's district and circuit courts for 24 years, and had worked within two weeks of her death," said her husband of 48 years, John Earley Kuhn, a retired certified public accountant.

Mrs. Kuhn was a founding member of Towson Golf and Country Club in Phoenix, where she enjoyed golfing and helped establish the Thursday Night Women's Golf League. She was also a former president of the Springlake Woman's Club.

Mrs. Kuhn was a 37-year communicant of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, 101 Church Lane, Cockeysville, where a Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. today.

Survivors also include three sons, Michael J. Kuhn of King of Prussia, Pa., James W. Kuhn of Port Deposit and Mark S. Kuhn of Hinsdale, Ill.; a daughter, Mary C. Kuhn of Seattle; and six grandchildren.

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