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March 23, 2003
On March 20, 2003, WADE T. ATWOOD, beloved husband of Carol L. Atwood (nee Scarantino), devoted father of Lisa M. Atwood; dear brother of Phil Atwood and his wife Rosemary, and the late Sharon Briscoe; dear son-in-law of Thomas and Annette Scarantino; dear brother-in-law of Thomas E. Scarantino; dear nephew of Louis and Mary Rose Gustin of Fla.; dear uncle of Fallon Scarantino, and Philip and Thomas Atwood. Visitation from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. on Saturday and Sunday at the CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME, 1211 Chesaco Avenue.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2013
M&T Bank Corp. executive Atwood "Woody" Collins III has succeeded Edwin F. Hale Sr. as chair of the Baltimore Convention and Tourism Board, city officials said Monday. The appointment of Collins, an executive vice president of M&T, became effective Friday, Visit Baltimore announced. Collins has served on the convention and tourism board since 2008 as treasurer and head of the finance committee, advising on budget management and fiscal matters for both Visit Baltimore, the city's tourism and convention bureau, and the Baltimore Convention Center.
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NEWS
September 22, 2003
On July 23, 2003, RONALD LOUISATWOOD, formerly of Ruxton, MD. A Memorial Mass will be held at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart, Mt. Washington, on Saturday, September 27, at 10 A.M. Ddonations may be made to the Atwood Children's Educational Fund, Washington Mutual Bank, 1900 Grant St., Concord, CA, 94520.
FEATURES
April 9, 2013
The Library of Congress released today the list of speakers for the fall National Book Festival, and, as usual, the event is studded with prominent writers and poets. Among the headliners: Margaret Atwood, Baltimore's own Taylor Branch, Don DeLillo, Khaled Hosseini, Barbara Kingsolver, Joyce Carol Oates, and U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey. All together, there will be more than 100 speakers and there isn't much drop-off through the lineup. Take a quick glance at the list, and you'll see names including T.C. Boyle, Geraldine Brooks, Patricia Cornwell, Junot Díaz, Charlaine Harris, Jeff Kinney (Go Terps!
NEWS
By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | April 7, 2009
Donald Russel Atwood, a retired hospital purchasing agent and former merchant marine officer, died of multiple organ failure Wednesday at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. He was 98. Mr. Atwood was born in Baltimore and raised near Druid Hill Park. He was a City College graduate. "During the Depression, he held many jobs, including being a Pinkerton detective," said his son, Theodore D. "Ted" Atwood of Roland Park, energy adviser to the Baltimore Department of Public Works.
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,Sun reporter | May 16, 2007
Atwood "Woody" Collins III has meetings to get to, lots of meetings. The mayor's tax reform task force. The city's economic development board. The Greater Baltimore Committee. The Babe Ruth museum. A member of a dozen local boards and committees, the banker is omnipresent in Baltimore's civic life. Yet he's been in town only five years - transferred here when M&T Bank Corp. took over Allfirst Financial Inc. Tomorrow, Collins is slated to move up the civic hierarchy to board chairman of the Greater Baltimore Committee, a key business leadership group that with few exceptions in its 52-year history has been led by people with deep ties to the region.
FEATURES
By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | July 27, 2000
To Phillip Atwood, fear of color is a grave thing, something the 29-year-old hair stylist would like to wipe off the planet. "A lot of guys are afraid of color," he says. "They think color's not macho. A lot of guys just do khakis and dull greens. I think people are stuck in a rut." From his golden-blond-tipped spiky hair to his tomato-red shirt, Atwood clearly loves color, the more unexpected, the better. "This shirt," he says, tugging at the wide collars, "was a must-have. It signifies independence and freedom."
NEWS
May 8, 2006
On May 5, 2006, CHESTER CASE BALDWIN, of Mercy Ridge, Timonium, MD; beloved husband of Maria A. Baldwin (nee Gutberlet); devoted father of Christopher Perry Baldwin, of Henderson, NV, Julia Anne Lozovoy, of Novato, CA, Jane Doxsee Ball, of Phoenix, AZ; dear step-father of Rachel Atwood Huber, of Milford, MI, Mea Atwood Holloway, of Baltimore, MD, Suzannah Atwood Chapple, of Penn Valley, CA and the late Ronald Louis Atwood. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
FEATURES
By LIZ ATWOOD | October 25, 2000
High-tech food A national survey by the Grocery Manufacturers of America shows consumers increasingly aware of agricultural biotechnology, although a majority express confidence in the country's food safety. Two-thirds of the respondents said they would be willing to buy foods that had been modified to need fewer pesticides or to increase nutritional value. Seasoning advice To avoid the chance of contaminating your pepper mill or salt shaker while seasoning raw chicken, Cook's Illustrated suggests combining the salt and pepper in a small bowl before sprinkling the ingredients on the chicken.
FEATURES
June 5, 2007
Proud of your petunias? Love your lavender? Tomorrow is the last day to submit your entries to The Sun's garden contest. Please send three glossy photos or jpegs, along with a brief description of your garden, to liz.atwood@baltsun.com or Liz Atwood, Lifestyles Editor, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 21278. With the help of local gardening experts, we'll select the best to be featured in the Modern Life section in early July. Amateur gardeners only, please.
NEWS
By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | April 7, 2009
Donald Russel Atwood, a retired hospital purchasing agent and former merchant marine officer, died of multiple organ failure Wednesday at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. He was 98. Mr. Atwood was born in Baltimore and raised near Druid Hill Park. He was a City College graduate. "During the Depression, he held many jobs, including being a Pinkerton detective," said his son, Theodore D. "Ted" Atwood of Roland Park, energy adviser to the Baltimore Department of Public Works.
BUSINESS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,andrea.siegel@baltsun.com | October 5, 2008
Taking a motif and running with it, Elizabeth and Charles Atwood custom-built a house that could sit in the French countryside with wood shutters, timbers and flower baskets against the hand-troweled stucco-look exterior, and an interior to match. In planning the space, they wanted the flow of the rooms to be suitable for large-scale entertaining, family gatherings and children's parties. "It is a timeless generational house. It's French Provincial, with high-set door handles, the same theme throughout," Elizabeth Atwood said.
FEATURES
June 5, 2007
Proud of your petunias? Love your lavender? Tomorrow is the last day to submit your entries to The Sun's garden contest. Please send three glossy photos or jpegs, along with a brief description of your garden, to liz.atwood@baltsun.com or Liz Atwood, Lifestyles Editor, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 21278. With the help of local gardening experts, we'll select the best to be featured in the Modern Life section in early July. Amateur gardeners only, please.
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,Sun reporter | May 16, 2007
Atwood "Woody" Collins III has meetings to get to, lots of meetings. The mayor's tax reform task force. The city's economic development board. The Greater Baltimore Committee. The Babe Ruth museum. A member of a dozen local boards and committees, the banker is omnipresent in Baltimore's civic life. Yet he's been in town only five years - transferred here when M&T Bank Corp. took over Allfirst Financial Inc. Tomorrow, Collins is slated to move up the civic hierarchy to board chairman of the Greater Baltimore Committee, a key business leadership group that with few exceptions in its 52-year history has been led by people with deep ties to the region.
NEWS
November 19, 2006
Holiday outings -- Waiting for Santa to appear at the end of the Christmas parade, shopping for the perfect Christmas tree or gathering the family together for the lighting of the menorah. We want to hear about the traditions you and your family keep on the weekends leading to the winter holidays. If you have a favorite place or activity, let us know. Write to Liz Atwood, features department, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St. 21278 or send e-mail to sun.features@baltsun.com by Dec. 1. Please put "Holiday Plans" in the subject line.
NEWS
November 12, 2006
She's not mayor yet, but Sheila Dixon hosted her first formal post-election announcement in the City Hall conference room reserved for Baltimore's chief executive. It was a symbolic, but telling, way to show she's comfortable in that space. And all the right people were in the room. Her transition team represents a cross-section of Baltimore: black and white, figures from previous administrations and the present one, the business sector and the community, who have invested their brains and talent in improving the quality of life in the city.
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