Cecilia Doski, 90

Real estate supervisor

December 21, 2006

Cecilia Doski, a retired real estate appraiser and supervisor, died Monday of complications from a stroke at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Towson resident was 90.

Born and raised in East Baltimore, she was a 1934 graduate of Western High School and attended Goucher College and what is now Towson University -- each for a year.

During World War II, she worked at Fort Holabird for an Army Signal Corps unit and trained telephone and telegraph operators.

After the war, Ms. Doski worked for 28 years at the Morris Goldseker real estate business on Franklin Street, where she supervised the leasing and sales of residential and commercial property. Family members said she made feasibility studies for real estate development and obtained mortgages for Goldseker.

In 1981, she became an appraiser for the city government and evaluated properties for eminent domain. She retired after five years.

She was on the board of directors of Midstate Savings and Loan for many years.

Ms. Doski belonged to the Polish Heritage Association of Maryland and was a contributor to the Roman Catholic Carmelite Monastery in Towson, where her funeral Mass was offered Tuesday.

Survivors include a sister, Irene Doski Lucignani of Silver Spring; three nieces; and five nephews.

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