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February 17, 2005
T'Ann E. Froehlich, 89, homemaker, secretary T'Ann Ewing Froehlich, a homemaker who became a student after raising a family and at age 62 earned a bachelor's degree in political science, died of Alzheimer's disease Feb. 10 at an assisted-living facility in Harwich, Mass. The longtime Timonium resident was 89. Born T'Ann Ewing Wilson in Kelowna, British Columbia, and raised in Vancouver, she worked as a secretary for an engineering company after graduating from a business school. During World War II, she moved with her family to Bermuda and was a secretary for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
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July 20, 2008
AACC class sees 100% pass rate The Anne Arundel Community College Radiologic Technology Class of 2008 posted a 100 percent first-time pass rate on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists certification exam, the ninth consecutive year that new graduates of the program have accomplished that feat. Registration is under way. Free program orientations take place on the Arnold campus, 101 College Parkway, and are listed at www.aacc.edu/healthprofessions/orientations.cfm. Student wins $5,000 scholarship An Anne Arundel Community College student is among 10 in Maryland and Texas who have won a $5,000 scholarship from a global consulting company to pursue a four-year degree.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | July 6, 2005
The Rev. Olin Preston Moyd, a religious author and longtime pastor at Mount Lebanon Baptist Church, died of bone cancer Sunday at Sinai Hospital. The longtime Ashburton resident was 75. Dr. Moyd was born and raised in Jamestown, S.C., the son of a Baptist minister. He moved to Baltimore when he was in his early 20s and earned his General Education Development diploma while serving in the Army from 1953 to 1955. After being discharged as a corporal, he returned to Baltimore and enrolled at the Cortez W. Peters Business School.
NEWS
October 28, 2007
John F. Haggerty and James J. Valdes recently were sworn in at the Harford County Courthouse as new members of the Harford Community College board of trustees, after being appointed by Gov. Martin O'Malley. Haggerty fills the vacancy created by the end of Bernard Barnes' term. His five-year term runs through June 30, 2012. Valdes will complete the term of S. Fred Simmons. His term will end June 30, 2008. Haggerty, who has a bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland and a master's in education from the University of Florida, served on the HCC staff for 35 years as associate dean of the health, physical education and recreation division, and as athletic director.
NEWS
June 30, 1998
Marguerite D. Carroll, 78, math, science teacherMarguerite D. Carroll, a retired educator who was active in Episcopal Church affairs, died in her sleep June 21 at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. She was 78.Mrs. Carroll had lived in Brooklandville for many years before moving to Broadmead in 1989. She taught science and math at St. Paul's School for Girls from the early 1960s until she retired in 1977. She also had been a member of the school's board of trustees.She was active in the affairs of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland and a communicant of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Garrison, where she was the first female senior warden.
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By PHILLIP MCGOWAN and PHILLIP MCGOWAN,SUN REPORTER | August 13, 2006
Dressed in crisp black caps and gowns, the students chatted as they waited for the start of the Strayer University commencement ceremony yesterday afternoon at the Baltimore Convention Center. For many of them, it would be the first and only time they would meet each other. Studying at satellite campuses in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware, and online, the more than 500 students toiled largely in solitude as they balanced jobs, families and life. They had little chance to get to know each other.
NEWS
September 26, 2006
Martin William Furman, former president of a Baltimore automotive parts business, died of Alzheimer's disease Sunday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The longtime Pikesville resident was 76. Mr. Furman was born in Baltimore, raised in Pikesville and graduated from Park School in 1948. He earned a bachelor's degree in 1952 from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., and a second bachelor's degree, in economics, and his law degree from the University of Baltimore. In 1952, he went to work as a truck driver for RPS Products, an automotive parts distributor founded by his parents in 1929.
NEWS
July 7, 1998
Suzanne F. Kilmon, 100, homemaker and educatorSuzanne F. Kilmon, a homemaker and former educator, died Tuesday after suffering a stroke at Edenwald. She was 100.Before moving to the Towson retirement community in 1984, she had been one of the early residents of Northwood, where she had lived since the 1930s.She taught English and history in Baltimore and Howard County public schools during the 1930s and left the profession in the 1940s to raise her family.The former Suzanne Foster was born in Spotsylvania County, Va. She earned a bachelor's degree from the State Normal School, now James Madison University, in 1921 and, later, a bachelor's degree in English Literature from the Johns Hopkins University.
NEWS
December 2, 1990
Name: Nancy ZeleskiHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Being elected president of the Carroll County Public Library Board of TrusteesAge: 38Residence; hometown: Eldersburg; CincinnatiEducation: Graduate of Towson State University, Baltimore County, with a bachelor's degree in business administration and a bachelor's degree in psychology; graduate of Walnut Hills High School, CincinnatiFamily: Husband: Charles L. Zeleski, 42, assistant director at Carroll...
NEWS
November 19, 2002
U.S. Census data ranked Maryland as the fourth-most-educated state in 2000 with 31.7 percent of its residents completing at least a bachelor's degree. Massachusetts ranked first, with 35 percent; West Virginia finished last, with 14.1 percent. The national rate is 25.1 percent. State......Percent of residents with ..........a bachelor's degree or more.........Rank Massachusetts.......35.0..........................1 Connecticut...........33.3..........................2 Colorado......
NEWS
September 30, 2007
Kristen Erica Willett & Scott Hansen were joined in marriage on September 29, 2007 in Pasadena, Maryland. A reception followed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of David & Jacquelyn Willett of Severn, MD. She holds a Bachelor's Degree from The University of North Carolina at Asheville & a Master's in Social Work from the University of Maryland - Baltimore. Kristen is a treatment foster care social worker for Catholic Charities. The groom is the son of Eric & Cheryl Hansen of East Amherst, New York.
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By John-John Williams IV and John-John Williams IV,Sun reporter | September 5, 2007
Alan Jefferson, a 49-year-old banker from Ellicott City, will be able to realize a lifelong dream -- receiving a bachelor's degree -- while enrolled as a Howard Community College student. HCC students such as Jefferson will soon be able to reap the benefits of a partnership between HCC and Excelsior College, a four-year online school in Albany, N.Y. "It's something I feel I should have done," said Jefferson, who dropped out of the University of Maryland, College Park in 1978. "It's something that I want to check off my list.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,sun reporter | June 13, 2007
Horace Hugh Ashby Jr., a retired educator who was known for his stern but compassionate nature, died of a stroke Thursday at Sinai Hospital. The longtime Catonsville resident was 74. Dr. Ashby was born in Baltimore and raised on Harlem Avenue. After graduating from Frederick Douglass High School in 1951, he entered what is now Morgan State University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in psychology in 1956. In 1957, he earned a bachelor's degree in education from what is now Coppin State University, and in 1975 he earned a master's degree in education administration and supervision from Morgan State.
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By Eileen Ambrose and Eileen Ambrose,Sun Columnist | June 10, 2007
College savings aren't just for kids. Take Paul Grimm of Columbus, Ohio. He's 41 years old and has been investing in his home state's plan for several years - for himself. Every year or so, the computer consultant takes classes to stay current with his rapidly changing field while building up credits toward a bachelor's degree. Tuition runs as high as $1,500 per class. The "plan is a perfect way to bank some money ahead of time, let it earn some interest, and then when I do sign up for classes, I can use it to pay for those courses," says Grimm, who has about $9,000 in his account.
NEWS
June 7, 2007
Harold Adler, a semiretired architect, died Tuesday of leukemia at his Pikesville home. He was 77. Mr. Adler was born in Baltimore and raised on Cottage Avenue and Auchentoroly Terrace. He was a 1946 graduate of City College. He earned a bachelor's degree in American studies from the University of Pennsylvania in 1951 and a bachelor's degree in architecture from Catholic University of America in Washington in 1958. A former Bolton Hill resident, Mr. Adler began his career in Washington in 1958 working for the architectural firm of Keys, Lethbridge & Condon.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporter | October 10, 2006
Eve Marks, a retired Beth Tfiloh kindergarten teacher who earned her bachelor's degree at 71, died of old age complications Oct. 3 at her Pikesville home. She was 99. Born Eve Simonoff in what is now Belarus, she sailed to Baltimore as a 4-year-old aboard the steamship Chester A. Arthur and landed at Fells Point with her mother and a sister. She recalled that her father, who had come here earlier, handed her a fresh orange - the first orange she had ever seen. She grew up on Aisquith Street and was a 1925 graduate of Western High School.
NEWS
July 19, 2002
James J. McGlothern: In an obituary published Saturday, the name of James Jefferson McGlothern's college was inadvertently omitted. Mr. McGlothern earned his bachelor's degree in 1956 from Loyola College. The Sun regrets the omission.
NEWS
June 26, 2000
Group offers workshop on starting a business Service Corps of Retired Executives Chapter 390 has openings for its one-day workshop, "How to Start and Manage Your Own Business," scheduled for July 18 in Annapolis. Six key steps in starting up will be presented by six experienced speakers during the program from 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the second-floor Chesapeake Room of the Heritage Office Complex, 2664 Riva Road. The fee is $35, and class size is limited to 27 people. The SCORE chapter offers free counseling in Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles and St. Mary's counties, in addition to the workshops, for people already engaged in or thinking about starting a small business.
NEWS
September 26, 2006
Martin William Furman, former president of a Baltimore automotive parts business, died of Alzheimer's disease Sunday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The longtime Pikesville resident was 76. Mr. Furman was born in Baltimore, raised in Pikesville and graduated from Park School in 1948. He earned a bachelor's degree in 1952 from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., and a second bachelor's degree, in economics, and his law degree from the University of Baltimore. In 1952, he went to work as a truck driver for RPS Products, an automotive parts distributor founded by his parents in 1929.
NEWS
September 23, 2006
Ellsworth G. Acker, a retired chemist, died of cancer Sept. 13 at Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster. The Taylorsville resident was 86. Born in Kokomo, Ind., and raised in Northeast Baltimore's Hamilton section, he was a 1938 graduate of City College. He earned a bachelor's degree in physical science at the University of Maryland. In 1943, Mr. Ellsworth joined the Navy and served as a captain aboard an amphibious craft in the Pacific. After the war, he earned a second bachelor's degree in chemistry at the Johns Hopkins University and became a chemist at W.R. Grace.
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