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February 24, 2008
On February 20, 2008, DORIS BOSTICK. Friends may call at the MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue, on Monday after 8:30 a.m. where the family will receive friends on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. followed by funeral services at 12 noon.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2010
Alexander Bostick, a retired meat cutter who lived to be nearly 106 and spent his early years sharecropping in South Carolina, died of heart disease May 19 at Maryland General Hospital. He lived on Eden Street in East Baltimore. Known as "Buddy," he was born in Dillon County, S.C., on Aug. 5, 1904. His parents farmed a small piece of land they did not own. "They picked cotton, raised chickens, cured tobacco and plowed the land with the help of a mule and a hand plow," said his son, Hilton O. Bostick of Des Moines, Iowa.
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NEWS
June 21, 1991
Baltimore City Jail Commissioner Barbara A. Bostick wants to make one thing perfectly clear -- she has not been fired.For the past week, Ms. Bostick has refused to answer questions about her future at the jail, amid reports that state public safety officials declined to offer her a job at the new agency created to facilitate the transfer of the jail to the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, effective July 1.BBut after The Evening...
NEWS
February 24, 2008
On February 20, 2008, DORIS BOSTICK. Friends may call at the MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue, on Monday after 8:30 a.m. where the family will receive friends on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. followed by funeral services at 12 noon.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1999
Edward Bostick Whitman Jr., a retired State Department official and World War II fighter pilot, died Friday of respiratory failure at a hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, where he had lived since 1985. The former Owings Mills resident was 80.During the war, Mr. Whitman served in the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. He was shot down in both theaters, once landing behind Japanese lines but eluding capture. Then in 1952, while serving as director of intelligence at Air Force headquarters in Washington, he was forced to bail out of a burning P-51 Mustang while on a training flight from South Carolina to Andrews Air Force Base.
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By Thomas W. Waldron and Thomas W. Waldron,Evening Sun Staff *B | June 19, 1991
The state has decided to clean house at the Baltimore City Jail when it takes over July 1, starting with the firing of Commissioner Barbara A. Bostick and her two top assistants, sources said.State public safety officials last week told Bostick and her two associate commissioners, Willie Manning and Michael Tidwell, that they would not be offered jobs in the state regime, sources said. At least one other ranking official, a major, is also being pushed out, sources said.The General Assembly this year approved Gov. William Donald Schaefer's proposal to take over the jail.
NEWS
July 2, 1991
Barbara A. Bostick, the former warden of the Baltimore City Jail who was passed over for a job when the state took control of the facility, has been hired to coordinate a community development project in the Sandtown-Winchester area, Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke said last night.Ms. Bostick began her new job yesterday as the state assumed control of the City Jail, which has been renamed the Baltimore City Detention Center. She will serve as executive director of an effort known as the "community building partnership," the social and community development component of the Nehemiah housing project, said Diane Bell-McCoy, a mayoral aide.
NEWS
By Jamie Stiehm and Del Quentin Wilber and Jamie Stiehm and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | August 21, 2003
As detectives continued to hunt for clues in a mysterious downtown killing that touched off fears among merchants and employees, police identified the victim as a 38-year-old West Baltimore mother of three children. Phyllis A. Bostick of the first block of N. Stockton St. was found beaten to death about 6:30 a.m. Tuesday on an elevated walkway near the Baltimore Convention Center at Pratt and Charles streets, police said. Police had said preliminarily that Bostick did not appear to be a victim of a random attack and was likely killed by someone she knew.
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By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,Staff Writer | January 18, 1994
Barney Bostick lived without government aid. Now, those who knew him must figure out a way to get him buried without it.Mr. Bostick, a homeless man, spent his days huddled in a doorway near the Burger King at Fayette and Charles streets in Baltimore City, and his nights in the parking garage next to the federal building on Lombard Street. He was found dead in that garage on Jan. 10, after a weekend of sub-freezing temperatures.A social worker had been trying to get Mr. Bostick into a state program for disabled adults.
FEATURES
By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,SUN STAFF | December 12, 1997
Too bad the round-trip tickets to Bermuda for Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke and his wife didn't work out. Still, as aide Barbara Bostick-Hunt found out, it's the thought that counts.As for Housing Commissioner Daniel P. Henson III, who defended the traditional practice of raising money for the mayor's gift ("I can certainly buy a Christmas gift to anyone I feel like") -- I'm a size 10.In case you missed it: Schmoke's staff, spearheaded by Bostick-Hunt, was collecting money for the rather pricey Christmas gift trip, but Schmoke grinched the idea Wednesday when he got wind of it.We felt bad for Hizzoner, so we collected ideas for a cheaper gift for the mayor who has everything (except, of course, a safe city with low property taxes, good schools, competitive auto insurance rates, a trustworthy infrastructure, soaring housing values, a growing population, an effective mass transit system and Paul Molitor)
NEWS
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,Special to the sun | September 21, 2007
With stories about kids who pick their noses and jokes about Superman's funny clothes, guest speaker Aric Bostick charmed his audience at Wilde Lake Middle School yesterday. Speaking to sixth-graders and seventh-graders in a packed and rowdy auditorium, Bostick, 32, combined humor and personal stories with his message about how to succeed in life. "He was cool," seventh-grader Jazzman Otey, 11, said when it was over. "He was funny." Rae Diaz, 12, and also in seventh grade, said he was motivated to follow his dream of becoming a Major League shortstop or pitcher.
NEWS
By Jamie Stiehm and Del Quentin Wilber and Jamie Stiehm and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | August 21, 2003
As detectives continued to hunt for clues in a mysterious downtown killing that touched off fears among merchants and employees, police identified the victim as a 38-year-old West Baltimore mother of three children. Phyllis A. Bostick of the first block of N. Stockton St. was found beaten to death about 6:30 a.m. Tuesday on an elevated walkway near the Baltimore Convention Center at Pratt and Charles streets, police said. Police had said preliminarily that Bostick did not appear to be a victim of a random attack and was likely killed by someone she knew.
NEWS
March 16, 2003
On March 10, 2003 HARRIETT A. Friends may call at the FAMILY OWNED MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST INC., 4300 Wabash Ave., on Sunday after 8 A.M., where the family will receive friends on Monday at 6 P.M. Funeral services will follow at 6:30 P.M. See www.marchfh.com
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1999
Edward Bostick Whitman Jr., a retired State Department official and World War II fighter pilot, died Friday of respiratory failure at a hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, where he had lived since 1985. The former Owings Mills resident was 80.During the war, Mr. Whitman served in the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. He was shot down in both theaters, once landing behind Japanese lines but eluding capture. Then in 1952, while serving as director of intelligence at Air Force headquarters in Washington, he was forced to bail out of a burning P-51 Mustang while on a training flight from South Carolina to Andrews Air Force Base.
FEATURES
By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,SUN STAFF | December 12, 1997
Too bad the round-trip tickets to Bermuda for Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke and his wife didn't work out. Still, as aide Barbara Bostick-Hunt found out, it's the thought that counts.As for Housing Commissioner Daniel P. Henson III, who defended the traditional practice of raising money for the mayor's gift ("I can certainly buy a Christmas gift to anyone I feel like") -- I'm a size 10.In case you missed it: Schmoke's staff, spearheaded by Bostick-Hunt, was collecting money for the rather pricey Christmas gift trip, but Schmoke grinched the idea Wednesday when he got wind of it.We felt bad for Hizzoner, so we collected ideas for a cheaper gift for the mayor who has everything (except, of course, a safe city with low property taxes, good schools, competitive auto insurance rates, a trustworthy infrastructure, soaring housing values, a growing population, an effective mass transit system and Paul Molitor)
BUSINESS
October 7, 1996
New positionsBGE names Bostick marketing managerBaltimore Gas & Electric Co. announced the selection of Robert L. Bostick as marketing manager, marketing and sales division. He will be responsible for overall organization and direction of marketing initiatives for the utility. Formerly a vice president and senior marketing manager for Citicorp, he is graduate of Yale University and the Wharton School of Business. He resides in Virginia.WLG Legends Radio picks Bowles as controllerWLG Legends Radio, headquartered in Towson and operator of AM stations in the Baltimore and Havre de Grace areas, has appointed Daniel A. Bowles as controller.
NEWS
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,Special to the sun | September 21, 2007
With stories about kids who pick their noses and jokes about Superman's funny clothes, guest speaker Aric Bostick charmed his audience at Wilde Lake Middle School yesterday. Speaking to sixth-graders and seventh-graders in a packed and rowdy auditorium, Bostick, 32, combined humor and personal stories with his message about how to succeed in life. "He was cool," seventh-grader Jazzman Otey, 11, said when it was over. "He was funny." Rae Diaz, 12, and also in seventh grade, said he was motivated to follow his dream of becoming a Major League shortstop or pitcher.
BUSINESS
October 7, 1996
New positionsBGE names Bostick marketing managerBaltimore Gas & Electric Co. announced the selection of Robert L. Bostick as marketing manager, marketing and sales division. He will be responsible for overall organization and direction of marketing initiatives for the utility. Formerly a vice president and senior marketing manager for Citicorp, he is graduate of Yale University and the Wharton School of Business. He resides in Virginia.WLG Legends Radio picks Bowles as controllerWLG Legends Radio, headquartered in Towson and operator of AM stations in the Baltimore and Havre de Grace areas, has appointed Daniel A. Bowles as controller.
NEWS
By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,Staff Writer | January 18, 1994
Barney Bostick lived without government aid. Now, those who knew him must figure out a way to get him buried without it.Mr. Bostick, a homeless man, spent his days huddled in a doorway near the Burger King at Fayette and Charles streets in Baltimore City, and his nights in the parking garage next to the federal building on Lombard Street. He was found dead in that garage on Jan. 10, after a weekend of sub-freezing temperatures.A social worker had been trying to get Mr. Bostick into a state program for disabled adults.
NEWS
By Edward L. Heard and Edward L. Heard,Staff Writer | August 7, 1992
Ronald Huff travels overseas and around the country singing the gospel and greeting his elders respectfully.The 42-year-old tenor learned his manners while growing up in East Baltimore's Oliver community, which he fondly recalls as a "close-knit" neighborhood where people treated each other with courtesy and respect."
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