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FBI and Justice Dept. Employee Alice J. Manning Dead at Age 82

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By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

WASHINGTON — Alice J. Manning, 82, who was featured in a Washington Post article in 1946 along with her seven brothers and sisters, and who worked as a secretary for the FBI and an administrative assistant for the Justice Department, died in Baltimore last month, the Washington Post reported Friday. She had Alzheimer’s.

The Post reported that Manning and four of her sisters worked as secretaries for the FBI. She eventually worked for the CIA and State Department before “spending the bulk of her career with the Criminal Division of the Justice Department, where was an administrative assistant. She retired in 1987.”

She was born in Bolton, Mass., and attended Emmanuel College in Boston and Catholic University, the Post wrote.

The Post said she enjoyed dancing and attended Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Kensington, Md. She is survived by two sisters and two brothers..


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