Thrift industry leader Thomas J. Owen was buried here Tuesday. He died of cancer Dec. 13 at age 63 in Bethesda, Md., a Washington suburb.

Like his father before him, Mr. Owen was chairman and chief executive of Perpetual American Savings Bank. He resigned in the early 1990s when the $6 billion-asset thrift ran into trouble with regulators over soured real estate loans.

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