, June 12, 2011, in Wheaton, Ill., at 99. She taught English literature and was dean of women at Lee (Maine) Academy and was also a saleswoman in Chicago for 10 years. She studied pipe organ at the American Conservatory of Music and was an organist and choir director at two churches in Chicago. She also gave private lessons in piano and violin. Survivors include her daughters, Debra Costas and Judith De Poe, two grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.