Marjorie J. Bogusky, 65, teacher

July 24, 2006

Marjorie Jeannie Bogusky, a retired utility customer service representative and parochial school teacher, died of an infection Tuesday at Mercy Medical Center. The Baldwin resident was 65.

Born Marjorie Mancini in Baltimore and raised in Lutherville, she was a 1958 Towson Catholic High School graduate. While in high school, she was on the debating team. She earned a bachelor's degree in history from the old Mount St. Agnes College in Mount Washington and later pursued her interest in local history and genealogy at the Maryland Historical Society.

Mrs. Bogusky was a BGE customer service representative for several years before becoming a teacher at Immaculate Heart of Mary Parochial School in Baynesville.

While raising her family, she helped create hot-lunch and parent volunteer programs at St. John's Parochial School in Hydes, where she was also a substitute teacher. She later returned to BGE and worked in its downtown office. She was a customer representative who assisted with the Fuel Fund of Central Maryland. She retired this year with 28 years of service at the utility.

She enjoyed reading, antique collecting and spending time with her grandchildren. A member of the Mount St. Agnes Alumnae Association, she helped plan an annual lecture.

A Mass was offered Saturday at Saint John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Hydes, where she was a member.

Survivors include her husband of 43 years, Stephen Robert Bogusky Sr., a retired Bethlehem Steel engineer; a son, Stephen R. Bogusky Jr. of Towson; two daughters, Marjorie Jennifer Moessbauer of Baldwin and Joy Noel Lewandowski of Towson; a sister, Judith Tracy of Baldwin; and nine grandchildren.

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