1980's In Memoriam: Alumni

Lionel L. Proctor, M.U.S. 1980, died June 3, 2016. After graduating from Howard, Proctor worked as a planner and inspector for the D.C. Office of Planning. Once he retired from this position, he obtained a real estate license and became a broker, employed at Long & Foster Real Estate and Gerrety & Bragg Real Estate. In addition, Proctor gave back to his community. He worked for the Coalition for the homeless Catholic Charities of D.C., taught real estate courses at Baltimore City Community College, and was a substitute teacher in D.C., Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties. He also liked to travel and attend festivals and concerts. Proctor was a long-standing member of Shiloh Baptist Church and was a member of the Torch Bearers Circle. He was 69.




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