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August 23, 2009
On August 17, 2009, THELMA GERALDINE BACON ELSEY; devoted mother of two sons, Earl R. Elsey Jr. and Joseph H. Elsey; two daughters, Bernadette Y. Elsey-Lewis and Michele Elsey. Also survived by one brother, Isaac J. Bacon; sisters, Varnetta W. Armes and Marion J. King; and a host of other family and friends. Friends may call the WYLIE FUNERAL HOMES, P.A. OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, 9200 Liberty Road, on Monday from 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday at the address mentioned above.
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April 29, 2005
On April 27, 2005, MARY L. (nee Mc Ginity); beloved wife of Francis X. Bacon; devoted mother of Martin Bacon, Margaret (Peg) Drew, John Bacon and Lee Marie Hoke; dear sister of the late Betty Mc Gee and Dorothy Lou Mc Ginity. Also survived by 12 grandchildren. A Vigil Service will be held at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Inc. Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road, (at Echodale), on Friday at 3:30 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Francis of Assisi Church, on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
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By Jim Haner and Jim Haner,Staff writer | January 24, 1994
James Webster Bacon, 72, a longtime resident of Cockeysville who worked his way up from foot messenger to vice president of Union Trust Bank, died Thursday at his home after a long battle with stomach and colon cancer.The father of two had recently celebrated his 51st wedding anniversary with his wife, Elizabeth Howard Bacon, 71.A one-time standout in lacrosse and tennis at Towson High School, Mr. Bacon was a familiar sight on sporting fields throughout his life -- from Baltimore Colts and Orioles games to contests at St. Paul's School and Dulaney High School, where his children and grandchildren followed in his footsteps to play baseball, lacrosse and field hockey.
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By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,SUN STAFF | December 1, 1996
'Direction of Cities," by John Guinther. Viking. 320 pages. $34.95.For Movie buffs, the diversion of the year is a parlor game called Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon. In film clubs, on college campuses, through the internet, players try to stump each other by naming actors who never appeared with the prolific star of "Footloose," "He Said She Said" and the current "Sleepers" - or anyone else who appeared with him. The Philadelphia-born star has made so many movies with so many famous performers that it's almost impossible to do.For urbanologists, an equally entertaining game would be Six Degrees of Edmund Bacon.
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By ROB KASPER | December 26, 2007
Broccoli is good for you. Bacon tastes good. Recently, as I struggled with my usual resolution to become a better person in the new year, I whipped up a dish that combined both ingredients. Nutritionally speaking, broccoli has a lot going for it. It is loaded with vitamins A, C and K. It has good folate and manganese levels. Also, it packs those powerful phytonutrients, sulforaphane and indoles. This duo, according to information I read on a Web site called the World's Healthiest Foods, boosts the body's "detoxification enzymes."
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By DOUG DONOVAN and DOUG DONOVAN,SUN REPORTER | January 3, 2006
John Foster Bacon, a longtime Baltimore-area advocate for desegregation whose career overseas influenced his belief in racial equality, died of complications from dementia Wednesday at a Towson retirement home. He was 88. Known as "Ham," Mr. Bacon often joked that he never discovered exactly what he wanted to do with a life whose professional path spanned the globe and whose personal pursuits produced a marriage of 55 years and five children. "I like to tell youngsters in their 40s and 50s not to be afraid if they haven't found their life's work.
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By BILL DALEY and BILL DALEY,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | October 26, 2005
When I lived in San Francisco, I often escaped the city and drove north across the Golden Gate Bridge to the desolate land known as Point Reyes, Calif. A fin-shaped peninsula jutting miles out into the sea, Point Reyes offered empty beaches and a charming lighthouse set high on the rocks with dramatic cliff-top views of the Pacific Ocean. I would stop at a village store and pick up a sandwich made with sliced avocado, strips of artisan-smoked bacon and cold, cooked shrimp. It made for great munching while scanning the horizon for a stray gray whale or two. The buttery avocado paired naturally with the smoky bacon and shrimp.
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By Marilyn McCraven and Marilyn McCraven,SUN STAFF | June 7, 1997
Local developer Elinor Bacon has been named to a high-ranking post in the Clinton administration, overseeing the redevelopment of the nation's aging public housing projects.A key figure in the design of the Columbus Center, Bacon is to begin working next week in Washington as deputy assistant secretary for public housing in the Department of Housing and Urban Development, which will make her her directly responsible for administration of the HOPE 6 program for the rebuilding of "distressed" public housing projects, said Baltimore Housing Commissioner Daniel P. Henson III.Henson said Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski, architect of HOPE 6 legislation, recommended Bacon for the post, along with him, Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes and Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke.
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