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October 20, 2003
On October 16, 2003 ROBERT BELL BARNHILL, SR. of Baltimore, MD and Palm Beach Gardens, FL; beloved husband of Margaret Hurd Barnhill; devoted father of Robert Bell Barnhill, Jr., Nancy Barnhill Wallace of Tesquesta, FL, Gregory Hurd Barnhill and Jay Edgar Barnhill; devoted brother of Paul Pendleton Barnhill. Also survived by five grandchildren and six great grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, October 21 at 11 A.M. in the Towson United methodist Church, 501 Hampton Ln., Towson, MD. Interment private.
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BUSINESS
By Chris Korman, The Baltimore Sun | May 10, 2013
Moving to Maryland has been a learning experience for Chad Barnhill, general manager of the Horseshoe Baltimore Casino that will fill the sweeping vacant lot currently greeting drivers coming into the city on Russell Street. At home within the walls of a casino - he's worked for Caesars Entertainment since graduating from college in 1994 - this is the first time he's overseen the building of a new facility. When he's not meeting with city officials regarding building permits, he's addressing neighborhood associations concerned about what plopping a casino near their houses might mean.
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NEWS
October 10, 1992
Irene T. Barnhill, a retired nurse in the Baltimore City Health Department, died Thursday of respiratory failure at Baltimore County General Hospital.Services for Miss Barnhill, who was 83 and lived in Eldersburg, were to be conducted at 10:30 a.m. today at the Haight Funeral Home in Eldersburg.She retired in 1972 as a nurse in the Western Health District. During World War II, she served in the Army Nurse Corps in England. Earlier, she had worked as a private duty nurse.A native of Richmond, Va., who came to Baltimore as a child with her family, she was a graduate of Western High School and the nursing school at the Hospital for the Women of Maryland, which later became part of the Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
NEWS
By Chris Korman | September 25, 2012
Chad Barnhill, an 18-year veteran of the gambling industry, was named general manager of Harrah's Baltimore at a press conference Tuesday at the planned site of the casino. Most recently the assistant general manager at Horseshoe Casino and Hotel in Bossier City, La., he has worked with Caesars, which along with Rock Gaming leads the group licensed to run Baltimore's facility, since graduating from college. "He's one of the best," said John Payne, Caesars president. "He's so focused on finding great employees who can ensure customer satisfaction.
NEWS
December 24, 2008
Margaret K. Barnhill, a homemaker and former nurse, died of complications from a broken hip Monday at the Devonshire retirement community in Palm Beach, Fla. The former Baltimore resident was 92. Born Margaret Kathryn Hurd in Havre, Mont., she was a descendant of Swedish and Scots-Irish immigrants who obtained a 320-acre property under a homesteading act. She was raised in a cabin on the land, which remains in the family. She met her future husband, Robert B. Barnhill, while attending nursing school in Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Barnhill and her husband moved to Baltimore County in the early 1950s.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | October 19, 2003
Robert Bell Barnhill Sr., a Towson electronics business owner who saw the potential of wireless technology, died Thursday of a stroke at his Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., home. The former Dulaney Valley resident was 86. Born in Marshall, Mo., he began working at a young age to help his family during the Depression. After a year at Missouri Valley College, he went into management training at J.C. Penney, and later worked at Sears Roebuck and Carpenter Paper. He joined the Navy in 1942 and became an aviation radio technician while studying electronic communications at Texas A&M. He was assigned to a Baltimore-made Glenn L. Martin seaplane and flew on anti-submarine patrols in the South Atlantic.
BUSINESS
By William Patalon III and William Patalon III,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2003
Gregory H. Barnhill, a Deutsche Bank Securities executive known as much for his community service as for his financial acumen, has joined the Baltimore-based Brown Investment Advisory & Trust Co. Barnhill, 50, just retired as a managing director of institutional equity sales at the Deutsche Bank unit - formerly Alex. Brown & Sons - after a 27-year career. Though he had a number of offers to choose from, Barnhill opted to stay in Baltimore and to join Brown Investment Advisory, which itself was once a part of Alex.
NEWS
By Kris Antonelli and Mike Farabaugh and Kris Antonelli and Mike Farabaugh,Sun Staff Writers | February 27, 1995
A Stevenson couple were counting their blessings last night after their 3-year-old son escaped harm during an afternoon carjacking in Roland Park."We are really fortunate and very lucky," said Gregory Barnhill, of the 10000 block of Stevenson Road. "The police were great and very responsive."Mr. Barnhill's wife, Lisa, was driving their son, Scott, to a christening when she stopped at a friend's apartment in the 5700 block of Roland Ave. at 1:35 p.m. Mrs. Barnhill parked her 1993 Land Rover in front of the building and left the engine running while Scott sat in his car seat in the back seat, police said.
NEWS
January 5, 2004
On January 4, 2004, ELEANOR (nee Hansen); beloved wife of the late Earl Vincent Wineke; mother of Barbara Barnhill, Randy and Earl Wineke, Jr.; mother-in-law of George Barnhill, Sherri and Robyn Wineke; sister of Kathernie Schnurman. Also survived by sixteen grandchildren and twenty great-grandchildren. Services at ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL, P.A., 11605 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills, Thursday, 11 A.M. Interment in Maryland Veterans Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. or Thursday 10 A.M. until time of service.
NEWS
By JENNIFER MCMENAMIN and JENNIFER MCMENAMIN,SUN REPORTER | January 11, 2006
David Barnhill and his wife had just moved to a new house in Timonium. They had hired a new day care provider. And on Sept. 23, with his 13-month-old son, Kyrt, asleep in the back seat, Barnhill turned right to drive to work where he should have turned left to drop off his son at day care. Three and a half hours later, he walked out of his office in Hunt Valley to go to lunch and spotted his son in the car. It was about 90 degrees outside. Kyrt was hot and lethargic. After spending two days in the hospital, the boy died.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2012
Gregory H. Barnhill, a career investment banker who embraced and promoted hundreds of civic projects and charities, ended his life Friday evening in Baltimore County. He was 59 and lived in Stevenson. "Greg was a very good citizen who always believed in giving back," said former Rep. Helen Delich Bentley, a friend. "He was always one of the businessmen to be counted upon in any activity beneficial to Baltimore or to the state. " Mr. Barnhill spent much of his early career with the old Alex.
BUSINESS
By Jay Hancock | May 9, 2010
Tessco Technologies, a Hunt Valley-based distributor of equipment for wireless phone and computer networks, seems as ripe for a takeover as a company can be. But founder, CEO and Chairman Robert B. Barnhill Jr. isn't ready to let go. So all the potential buyers who say they want to maximize Tessco's worth and all the minority shareholders agitating for an auction to make the stock go up aren't going to make much difference. Is that so terrible? In a weak economy, the embattled Barnhill is preserving 700 Maryland jobs that surely would be in jeopardy if the company were bought.
NEWS
December 24, 2008
Margaret K. Barnhill, a homemaker and former nurse, died of complications from a broken hip Monday at the Devonshire retirement community in Palm Beach, Fla. The former Baltimore resident was 92. Born Margaret Kathryn Hurd in Havre, Mont., she was a descendant of Swedish and Scots-Irish immigrants who obtained a 320-acre property under a homesteading act. She was raised in a cabin on the land, which remains in the family. She met her future husband, Robert B. Barnhill, while attending nursing school in Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Barnhill and her husband moved to Baltimore County in the early 1950s.
NEWS
By ANNIE LINSKEY and ANNIE LINSKEY,SUN REPORTER | February 22, 2006
Deep in the south ocean near Antarctica, the six skippers sailing in the Volvo Ocean Race are worried about giant squid, whales and stray icebergs on the longest and traditionally most treacherous leg of the round-the-world race. It is safe to say they aren't thinking about Baltimore. But in eight weeks, if all goes as planned, these boats will sail up the Chesapeake Bay for a three-week reprieve in Charm City and Annapolis. Ocean Race Chesapeake, a group organizing events while the boats are in Maryland, announced yesterday a schedule of events for the stopover that includes festivals, regattas, awards ceremonies and school tours.
NEWS
By JENNIFER MCMENAMIN and JENNIFER MCMENAMIN,SUN REPORTER | January 11, 2006
David Barnhill and his wife had just moved to a new house in Timonium. They had hired a new day care provider. And on Sept. 23, with his 13-month-old son, Kyrt, asleep in the back seat, Barnhill turned right to drive to work where he should have turned left to drop off his son at day care. Three and a half hours later, he walked out of his office in Hunt Valley to go to lunch and spotted his son in the car. It was about 90 degrees outside. Kyrt was hot and lethargic. After spending two days in the hospital, the boy died.
NEWS
October 6, 2005
A Timonium man has been charged in the death of his 13-month-old son, who was left in a car while the man went to work, police said. The man was to have taken the boy to a day care arrangement, police said. The boy was left in a car for about 3 1/2 hours Sept. 23 outside his father's workplace, and when the man returned and found the child hot and lethargic, the boy was hospitalized, police said. Kyrt William Barnhill died two days later, police said. David Barnhill, 36, of the first block of Dickens Square, is charged with child abuse resulting in death, child neglect and reckless endangerment, police said.
NEWS
November 7, 2004
ON November 5, 2004, MARIE L. SCHERER, devoted mother of Barbara Anne Barnhill, of Maryland, and Janet Marie Imbach and her husband Thomas E. Sr., of Freehold Township, NJ, beloved grandmother of Thomas E. Imbach Jr., Karen M. Imbach, Beth Anne De Renzo, Danielle M. Rose, David J. Rose and Richard D. Barnhill III, also survived by 4 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the WITZKE FUNERAL HOME OF CATONSVILLE INC., 1630 Edmondson Ave., (1 mi West of Beltway EXit 14) on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Mark's Chapel on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery.
NEWS
October 6, 2005
A Timonium man has been charged in the death of his 13-month-old son, who was left in a car while the man went to work, police said. The man was to have taken the boy to a day care arrangement, police said. The boy was left in a car for about 3 1/2 hours Sept. 23 outside his father's workplace, and when the man returned and found the child hot and lethargic, the boy was hospitalized, police said. Kyrt William Barnhill died two days later, police said. David Barnhill, 36, of the first block of Dickens Square, is charged with child abuse resulting in death, child neglect and reckless endangerment, police said.
NEWS
November 7, 2004
ON November 5, 2004, MARIE L. SCHERER, devoted mother of Barbara Anne Barnhill, of Maryland, and Janet Marie Imbach and her husband Thomas E. Sr., of Freehold Township, NJ, beloved grandmother of Thomas E. Imbach Jr., Karen M. Imbach, Beth Anne De Renzo, Danielle M. Rose, David J. Rose and Richard D. Barnhill III, also survived by 4 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the WITZKE FUNERAL HOME OF CATONSVILLE INC., 1630 Edmondson Ave., (1 mi West of Beltway EXit 14) on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Mark's Chapel on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 23, 2004
Garrison Forest athletic director Kim Chorosiewski is getting a break this weekend. She will be coaching, but she won't have to go all the way to Scotland to do it. For the first time since she became coach of Scotland's national women's lacrosse program just over a year ago, the team has come here for its monthly training weekend. Any other time, Chorosiewski would be in Edinburgh, where she has been preparing the Scottish team for the International Federation of Women's Lacrosse Associations World Cup, scheduled for June 23-July 2 at the Naval Academy in Annapolis.
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