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NEWS
September 8, 2004
On September 6, 2004 TERRENCE MICHAEL HAVILAND, SR.; beloved husband of Dorothy (nee Wilson) for 45 years; loving father of Terrence M. Haviland, Jr. of Glen Rock, PA, Donna L. Russell of Felton, PA and Christina Miller of Timonium, MD; dear brother of Donald and Daniel Haviland, Patricia Jones and Beverly Kilmon; grandfather of Jennifer and Steven Haviland and Daniel Russell. Also survived by 20 nieces and nephews. Mr. Haviland was employed by the Baltimore Country Club for 46 years and was a avid golfer and hunter.
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NEWS
August 22, 2001
Jane A. Mattingly, 83, Baltimore homemaker Jane Anderson Mattingly, a Baltimore homemaker, died at Union Memorial Hospital on Thursday of complications from kidney failure. She was 83. Born and raised in Baltimore, Mrs. Mattingly graduated in 1937 from St. Mary's Female Seminary, now called St. Mary's College of Maryland, and from Notre Dame College of Maryland in 1939. After graduation, she worked as a secretary for James W. Rouse at the Moss-Rouse Co. mortgage firm in Baltimore. "That was before they ever thought of Columbia," said Mrs. Mattingly's husband, J. Morgan Mattingly, a retired building contractor, referring to Mr. Rouse's later years as the town's developer.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | April 22, 1996
Baltimore Country Club swept nine points at home in an 11 1/2 -6 1/2 victory over Prospect Bay, and won the Baltimore-area championship of the 68th annual team matches of the Maryland State Golf Association yesterday.Defending champion Columbia CC, which got six points each at home and away, stopped Crofton CC, 12-6, in the Washington area final, and will be the host team for the state final Saturday.At Prospect Bay, Baltimore CC pro Brian Morrison-Mike McShane got a half-point on the front nine, and Pat O'Malley-Pat Brady piled up an early lead in winning two points.
NEWS
October 25, 2002
Margaret S. "Peggy" Buck, a homemaker, volunteer and family caregiver, died Tuesday of complications related to lung cancer at her North Baltimore home. She was 84. Born Margaret Dorothea Sale in Windsor, Ontario, she attended what is now part of the University of Guelph. Part of her childhood was spent in Australia, where her father managed Ford Motor Co. operations. He was later president of Ford of Canada, and Mrs. Buck owned and drove Fords throughout her life. In 1942, she married Frederick R. Buck, president of Title Guarantee Co. in Baltimore.
NEWS
July 17, 2004
Virginia S. Freeman, a retired office manager and financial adviser, died of lung cancer Wednesday at the Blakehurst Life Care Community in Towson, where she lived for the past four years. The former Guilford resident was 88. Born Helen Virginia Smith in Baltimore and raised in Forest Park, she graduated in 1935 from Western High School and attended Strayer Business College. She was a Glenn L. Martin Co. secretary in the 1950s and an office manager for a food brokerage for another 15 years.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly | February 8, 2010
Mary Brady Sinclair, a homemaker and volunteer, died of complications from lung cancer Thursday at her Reisterstown home. She was 77. Born Mary Winifred Brady in Chicago and raised in York, Pa., she was a graduate of the Georgetown Academy of the Visitation. She moved to Baltimore's Guilford neighborhood in 1965 and became a volunteer at Greater Baltimore Medical Center and St. Elizabeth's School for Special Education. An accomplished cook, she had several of her recipes published in local cookbooks.
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | October 8, 2008
A year ago, R.W. Eaks came to the Baltimore Country Club for the Senior Players Championship playing the best golf of his life. Another strong finish, and possibly even his first major championship, seemed within reach. After an opening-round 67, which left him tied for the tournament lead, it looked like his dream season was only about to get better. A week later, he could barely walk. "I kind of sprained one of my knees [walking the hilly Baltimore Country Club course], and it kind of snowballed from there," said Eaks, who tumbled down the leader board and finished tied for 47th, 19 shots behind winner Loren Roberts.
NEWS
September 3, 2004
Hazel E. Awalt, a homemaker who painted watercolors, died in her sleep of an apparent heart attack Aug. 27 at her Roland Park home. She was 79. Born Hazel Elizabeth Clary in Baltimore and raised in Hampden, she was a 1942 Eastern High School graduate. As a young woman she performed in ballet and tap dance recitals. Many years ago she was a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. secretary. Mrs. Awalt was a member of the Woman's Club of Roland Park and the Baltimore Country Club. She painted watercolors in her spare time.
NEWS
February 16, 2003
Charles Hirschy Van Lanen, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. executive, died Tuesday of stroke complications at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Lutherville and former Ruxton resident was 70. He joined Bethlehem Steel in 1954 and held posts in Philadelphia, Detroit and Bethlehem, Pa. In 1979, he moved to Baltimore as the company's Baltimore district sales manager. After his 1986 retirement, he became national accounts manager for Philadelphia-based Interstate Steel Supply, working in Baltimore.
NEWS
December 23, 2008
The Baltimore Sun's editorial "Tie-breaker" (Dec. 15) rightly notes the stalemate between the Roland Park community and the Baltimore Country Club on the Keswick Multi-Care Center's plan to build an assisted-living facility on land that now belongs to the country club. This stalemate is an opportunity for the city to take a leadership role in moving the project out of Roland Park and into another area in the city that is in need of redevelopment. There is no need to destroy green space to build such a center when there are so many sites throughout the city, including near Roland Park, that are in need of redevelopment.
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