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January 31, 1991
Donald Craig Arenth, 57, a highly regarded interior designer who created spaces as diverse as the Center Club when it was at 1 Charles Center, the Kuwaiti Sheraton Hotel and the Foreign Affairs Building of Brunei, in Southeast Asia, died yesterday after a long illness.Mr. Arenth, of Bolton Hill, died at the Kingsville home of a friend, Frederick C. Petrich, a voice teacher with whom he had studied. He had been a patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital from Oct. 22 until Monday.A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Feb. 10 at Memorial Episcopal Church, Bolton Hill.
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February 7, 2008
Nurse manager Gina Szymanski of the John Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center has received the Linda Arenth Excellence in Cancer Nursing Management Award from the Oncology Nursing Society. The award pays tribute to individuals who work in cancer nursing administrations and who mentor others in the field. The award is named after Arenth, a former vice president of nursing and patient services at Hopkins who died of cancer in 1982 at age 59. Arenth served as the cancer center's first director of nursing when it was known as the Johns Hopkins Oncology Center.
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NEWS
February 11, 1992
Linda M. Arenth, vice president for nursing and patient services at Johns Hopkins Hospital, died Sunday of cancer at the hospital. She was 59 and lived on Park Avenue.A memorial service for Mrs. Arenth will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Memorial Episcopal Church, Bolton Street and West Lafayette Avenue.A vice president of the hospital since 1987, she became the first nursing director of the hospital's Oncology Center in 1973.Her interest in oncology was sparked by her study for her master's degree of young people with Hodgkin's disease and their reaction to difficult therapy.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Sun Staff Writer | May 19, 1994
To Larry Campbell, a school library is more than a room full of books, where the children are mum and the librarian stern."Even the word 'librarian' is out of date," the Benfield Elementary School principal said yesterday. "They are called media specialists now because their jobs have changed so much and include many other things besides just books. There are computers, videos, films and other technological resources that they are responsible for."His vision of a library as the "hub" of school activity and his support for it have earned him the first Jane Hazelton Love Award from the Educational Media Association of Anne Arundel County.
NEWS
February 19, 1992
A memorial service for Linda Magnusson Arenth, vice president for nursing and patient services of Johns Hopkins Hospital, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday in the hospital's Hurd Hall, 660 N. Wolfe St.A service was held Feb. 12 at Memorial Episcopal Church for Mrs. Arenth, 59, who died of cancer Feb. 9.
NEWS
February 3, 1991
A memorial service for Donald Craig Arenth, an interior and industrial designer whose work included yachts, offices and hotels, will be held at 3 p.m. Feb. 10 at the Memorial Episcopal Church, Lafayette Avenue and Bolton Street.Mr. Arenth, who was 57 and lived in Bolton Hill, died after a long illness Wednesday at the Kingsville home of a friend. He had been a patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital until Monday.After operating Donald C. Arenth Ltd. since 1986, Mr. Arenth returned in September to H. Chambers Co., where he had been vice president from 1977 until 1986.
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By Ernest F. Imhoff and Ernest F. Imhoff,Evening Sun Staff | January 31, 1991
Donald Craig Arenth, 57, a highly regarded interior designer who created spaces as diverse as the Center Club when it was at 1 Charles Center, the Kuwaiti Sheraton Hotel and the Foreign Affairs Building of Brunei, in Southeast Asia, died yesterday after a long illness.Mr. Arenth, of Bolton Hill, died at the Kingsville home of a friend, Frederick C. Petrich, a voice teacher with whom he had studied. He had been a patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital from Oct. 22 until Monday.A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Feb. 10 at Memorial Episcopal Church, Bolton Hill.
FEATURES
February 7, 2008
Nurse manager Gina Szymanski of the John Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center has received the Linda Arenth Excellence in Cancer Nursing Management Award from the Oncology Nursing Society. The award pays tribute to individuals who work in cancer nursing administrations and who mentor others in the field. The award is named after Arenth, a former vice president of nursing and patient services at Hopkins who died of cancer in 1982 at age 59. Arenth served as the cancer center's first director of nursing when it was known as the Johns Hopkins Oncology Center.
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By Ernest F. Imhoff and Ernest F. Imhoff,Evening Sun Staff | April 11, 1991
Singing friends of Donald C. Arenth, Baltimore interior designer and bass singer who died Jan. 30, have a chance to join choristers from Baltimore area churches and choral groups in an AIDS benefit concert in Arenth's memory at 3:30 p.m. May 12.T. Herbert Dimmock, music director of the Handel Choir, will lead the combined choirs in Faure's "Requiem" and Mozart's "Ave Verum" in the concert at Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, Park and Lafayette avenues, Bolton Hill.Some 60 singers from Brown, the Handel Choir, the Harford Choral Society, the Choral Arts Society, area churches and present and past voice students of Frederick C. Petrich will take part.
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By Ernest F. Imhoff and Ernest F. Imhoff,Evening Sun Staff | May 13, 1991
This weekend proved again Baltimoreans can find first-rate live music without leaving town.Yesterday, T. Herbert Dimmock III led a skilled chorus of 60 friends of Donald C. Arenth, many of them students of Frederick Petrich, and all voluntary singers uniting for a moving memorial tribute to Arenth in an AIDS benefit. Arenth, who died Jan. 30, sang locally.That Baltimore is packed with talent was clearly heard in the concert at Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, Park Avenue. The Arenth chorus sang Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus and a sterling Faure Requiem, with soloists Paul Redline, Timothy Kjer and Phyllis Burg and Brown's organist Eugene Belt.
NEWS
February 19, 1992
A memorial service for Linda Magnusson Arenth, vice president for nursing and patient services of Johns Hopkins Hospital, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday in the hospital's Hurd Hall, 660 N. Wolfe St.A service was held Feb. 12 at Memorial Episcopal Church for Mrs. Arenth, 59, who died of cancer Feb. 9.
NEWS
February 11, 1992
Linda M. Arenth, vice president for nursing and patient services at Johns Hopkins Hospital, died Sunday of cancer at the hospital. She was 59 and lived on Park Avenue.A memorial service for Mrs. Arenth will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Memorial Episcopal Church, Bolton Street and West Lafayette Avenue.A vice president of the hospital since 1987, she became the first nursing director of the hospital's Oncology Center in 1973.Her interest in oncology was sparked by her study for her master's degree of young people with Hodgkin's disease and their reaction to difficult therapy.
NEWS
February 11, 1992
Linda M. Arenth, Hopkins Hospital official, diesA memorial service for Linda M. Arenth, vice president for nursing and patient services at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Memorial Episcopal Church, Bolton Street and West Lafayette Avenue.Mrs. Arenth died Sunday of cancer at the hospital. She was 59 and lived on Park Avenue.A vice president of the hospital since 1987, she became the first nursing director of the hospital's Oncology Center in 1973.Dr. Robert M. Heyssel, president of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System, called her "a joy to work with, a person of enormous energy, enthusiasm, good humor and good sense."
FEATURES
By Ernest F. Imhoff and Ernest F. Imhoff,Evening Sun Staff | May 13, 1991
This weekend proved again Baltimoreans can find first-rate live music without leaving town.Yesterday, T. Herbert Dimmock III led a skilled chorus of 60 friends of Donald C. Arenth, many of them students of Frederick Petrich, and all voluntary singers uniting for a moving memorial tribute to Arenth in an AIDS benefit. Arenth, who died Jan. 30, sang locally.That Baltimore is packed with talent was clearly heard in the concert at Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, Park Avenue. The Arenth chorus sang Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus and a sterling Faure Requiem, with soloists Paul Redline, Timothy Kjer and Phyllis Burg and Brown's organist Eugene Belt.
FEATURES
By Ernest F. Imhoff and Ernest F. Imhoff,Evening Sun Staff | April 11, 1991
Singing friends of Donald C. Arenth, Baltimore interior designer and bass singer who died Jan. 30, have a chance to join choristers from Baltimore area churches and choral groups in an AIDS benefit concert in Arenth's memory at 3:30 p.m. May 12.T. Herbert Dimmock, music director of the Handel Choir, will lead the combined choirs in Faure's "Requiem" and Mozart's "Ave Verum" in the concert at Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, Park and Lafayette avenues, Bolton Hill.Some 60 singers from Brown, the Handel Choir, the Harford Choral Society, the Choral Arts Society, area churches and present and past voice students of Frederick C. Petrich will take part.
NEWS
February 3, 1991
A memorial service for Donald Craig Arenth, an interior and industrial designer whose work included yachts, offices and hotels, will be held at 3 p.m. Feb. 10 at the Memorial Episcopal Church, Lafayette Avenue and Bolton Street.Mr. Arenth, who was 57 and lived in Bolton Hill, died after a long illness Wednesday at the Kingsville home of a friend. He had been a patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital until Monday.After operating Donald C. Arenth Ltd. since 1986, Mr. Arenth returned in September to H. Chambers Co., where he had been vice president from 1977 until 1986.
NEWS
By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Sun Staff Writer | May 19, 1994
To Larry Campbell, a school library is more than a room full of books, where the children are mum and the librarian stern."Even the word 'librarian' is out of date," the Benfield Elementary School principal said yesterday. "They are called media specialists now because their jobs have changed so much and include many other things besides just books. There are computers, videos, films and other technological resources that they are responsible for."His vision of a library as the "hub" of school activity and his support for it have earned him the first Jane Hazelton Love Award from the Educational Media Association of Anne Arundel County.
NEWS
January 31, 1991
Donald Craig Arenth, 57, a highly regarded interior designer who created spaces as diverse as the Center Club when it was at 1 Charles Center, the Kuwaiti Sheraton Hotel and the Foreign Affairs Building of Brunei, in Southeast Asia, died yesterday after a long illness.Mr. Arenth, of Bolton Hill, died at the Kingsville home of a friend, Frederick C. Petrich, a voice teacher with whom he had studied. He had been a patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital from Oct. 22 until Monday.A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Feb. 10 at Memorial Episcopal Church, Bolton Hill.
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