Pamela Dee Mead (class of 1973), 40, who worked for 16 years as a Russian and German voice language analyst for the Department of Defense at Fort Meade, died of pancreatic cancer Jan. 17, 1996 at her home in Bowie. (Maryland)
Mrs. Mead was born into a military family in Virginia. Her father's military assignments took the family to various parts of the country while she was growing up. She graduated from Michigan State University and joined the Department of Defense a year later.
Survivors include her husband, Mark Mead (class of 1972), and their two daughters, Deanna Lynn Mead and Christina Rose Mead, all of Bowie; her mother, Ann Kramer of Satellite Beach, Fla.; two sisters, Debra Grant of Jacksonville, Fla., and Susan French of Bowie; two brothers, Richard Kramer (class of 1974) of Cincinnati and Steven Kramer of Columia; and a grandmother, Marion Valentine of Gainesville, Fla.
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Copyright (c) The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, 21 Jan 1996, Sun
Our thanks to Mary Mead Staub class of 1973 for notifying us.