Marjorie A. Carroll Kicak, 86; a former Administrator of an Independent Counsel in the Department of Justice.
Marjorie Kicak, of Alexandria, Va. died on March 26 in Inova Alexandria Hospital, Alexandria, Va. Born and reared in Chester, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Clayton Alvin Carroll, Sr. and Eleanor Gladys Stoms. She graduated from Chester High School and, in 1980, graduated with a B.S. degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Maryland, University College in College Park, Md.
During her early life Mrs. Kicak was a mother and worked at T. C. Williams High School in the Guidance Department and Reading Lab. After graduating with her B.S. degree she worked in administrative positions for several trade organizations before becoming the Administrator of an Independent Counsel, Department of Justice. She retired in 2007.
Chairman of the Alexandria chapter of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, member of the Board of the Alexandria Salvation Army, actively involved with the Urban League and other civic and local organizations. Recipient of many local awards. Mrs. Kicak traveled with NCCJ to Israel and Egypt in 1988. Upon her retirement she enjoyed traveling with her family around the U.S., Europe, and Africa.
Predeceased by John Kicak, her husband of 47 years. Survived by her three daughters, Patricia Lynn Korver-Kicak of Haarlem, the Netherlands; Pamela Ann Kicak and Allison Jane Kicak, both of Alexandria, Va.; three grandchildren, Andrew Richard Kicak Vanderhoeven and his wife Marci Lynn, Erica Lynn Kicak Vanderhoeven, Cameron Poole Kicak; one stepgranddaughter, Madelon Korver; one great-grandson, Sean Henry Vanderhoeven; three sons-in-law, Hardy Korver, Richard M. Vanderhoeven and David C. Poole; and three sisters, Eleanor Nealy of Media, Pa., Audrey Blossic of Glen Mills, Pa., Lorraine Fleming of Old Orchard Beach, Me.; and one brother, James Carroll Sr. of Saint Petersburg, Fl.
There will be a visitation held on Friday, April 6 at Everly-Wheatley funeral home in Alexandria, Va from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. A memorial service will take place the following day on Saturday, April 7 at 1 p.m. at the Old Presbyterian Meeting House located at 321 S. Fairfax Street in Alexandria, Va.