Martin I. Stoller, 91, an economist who retired in 2002 as a principal and investment adviser with the Caribbean Basin Partners for Progress, a private development bank, died April 21 at a hospital in Bethesda, Md. The cause was pneumonia, said his wife, Marjory Stoller.
Mr. Stoller was born in New York City, where he served as a top economist in the 1950s. He settled in the D.C. area in 1965 and worked for the State Department, the U.S. Agency for International Development and as a delegate to the Organization of American States. He later was a vice president of the Earth Satellite Corp. and worked for the World Bank as a Latin American and Caribbean specialist. He was a Bethesda resident and a past president of the Edgemoor Citizens Association.