Harriette E. Stresewski, credit analyst, dies

She also was an avid genealogist

  • Harriette Eva Stresewski
Harriette Eva Stresewski
December 24, 2010|By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | Baltimore Sun reporter

Harriette E. Stresewski, a retired senior credit analyst and former Essex resident, died Dec. 12 from complications of a broken hip at Devlin Manor Health Care Center in Cumberland.

The Springfield, W.Va., resident was 74.

Harriette Eva Taylor, the daughter of a musician and a homemaker, was born in Baltimore and raised in Hampden.

She attended Eastern High School and later earned her General Educational Development diploma.

Mrs. Stresewski worked for 33 years as a senior credit analyst at Black and Decker in both Hampstead and Towson, before retiring in 2000.

Mrs. Stresewski, who had also lived in Hanover, Pa., was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and an avid genealogist.

Her philanthropic interests included the Girl Scouts and the March of Dimes.

Her first husband, Joseph Michael, died years ago; a second marriage to James Stresewski ended in divorce.

Services were Dec. 18 in Hanover, Pa.

Surviving are her daughter, Catherine Wood of California, St. Mary's County; a brother, Hamilton Taylor of Sallisaw, Okla.; a sister, Margaret Neidhardt of Pylesville; and many nieces and nephews.


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