Dr. Leo W. Anglin, 51, former associate dean and executive director of Kent State University's Bureau of Research Services, died Friday in Georgia. Dr. Anglin was dean of the School of Education and Human Sciences at Berry College in Mt. Berry, Ga. He was hired at KSU in 1976 and became executive director of the Bureau of Research Services in the College of Education in 1983. He earned his undergraduate degree from Manchester College in Manchester, Ind., his master's degree from Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. and his doctorate from the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. He was named one of the 75 most outstanding young educators by the Phi Delta Kappa Fraternity, an international educational honor society. Survivors include his wife, Jacqueline; daughters, Ashley Elizabeth Anglin of Mt. Berry, Ga., and Katherine Anglin of Mentor; mother Anabell; two sisters and one brother. His father, Leo Sr., and a sisterdied previously. Services will be held Wednesday at the Berry College Chapel. Burial will take place in Leesburg Cemetery in Leesburg, Ind. The family can be contacted at the residence, 448 Berry College, on the Berry College campus. Memorials may be made to the Leo W. Anglin Scholarship Fund to support the Berry College Student and Teacher Educational Program.