March 2, 2005
On Monday, February 21, 2005, LOUISE A. BIONDO (nee Perrine) of Easton, MD, beloved wife of the late Joseph B. Biondo, devoted mother of Salvador F. Biondo and his wife, Karen, of Preston. Also survived by a brother, Charles Perrine of Bradenton, FL and two step-grandchildren, Stephanie Trumbauer and Eric Trumbauer, both of Glen Burnie. A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, March 6, 2005, at 2 P.M. at Fellows, Helfenbein and Newnam Funeral Home, P.A., Easton, MD.www.fhnfuneralhome.
September 27, 2006
On July 21, 2006, LOUISA BENNETT JACKSON, of Bradenton, FL. She is preceded in death by her son Raymond W. Drury and a brother, Oliver W. Falsberg. Survivors include her son James A. Drury, daughters Mary L. Yearwood and Linda S. Bittner, sister Charlotte A. Rio and brother Charles T. Falsberg. She is also survived by seven grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Memorial service will be held in Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery on Friday September 29 at 2:30 P.M.
January 5, 2010
George J. Fritsch, Jr. George's cremains were interred at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, Georgia on December 31, 2009 with military decorum. A memorial service took place at Hillside United Methodist Church in Woodstock, Georgia at 2:00 P.M. on January 2, 2010. Additional memorial services will take place at later dates in Baltimore, Maryland and Bradenton, Florida. George was loved by all he met and will be greatly missed. Arrangements by Cremation Society of the SOUTH in Marietta 770-420-5557.
September 10, 1990
Norbert J. Roberts, 74, a past president of the New York Academy of Medicine and retired vice president for medicine and environmental health at the Exxon Corp., died Sept. 1 in Bradenton, Fla. A specialist in preventive medicine, he was for many years vice chairman of the American Board of Preventive Medicine and chairman of the Residency Review Committee for Preventive Medicine. He served on the National Cancer Institute's Board of Scientific Counselors.William Silent Hughes, 84, governor of the New York Stock Exchange from 1966 to 1969 and a governor of the Pacific Stock Exchange from 1978 to 1984, died Sept.
February 6, 2013
A First Watch is coming to Timonium. The new location, in the Timonium Square Shopping Center, will be the second Baltimore-area location. The first is in Pikesville. The restaurant is expected to open in the spring and will employ approximately 25 people, according to the Bradenton, Fla.-based company. The fast-growing chain , which specializes in breakfast and lunch, says it is currently the largest and fastest-growing daytime-only restaurant concept in the U.S. Follow Baltimore Diner on Twitter @gorelickingood
February 4, 2010
Six players from Florida and three from Maryland highlight coach Rob Ambrose's second recruiting class for Towson. Of the Tigers' six recruits from Florida, two are transfers: defensive back Jordan Dangerfield from Hofstra, which discontinued its program in December, and quarterback Chris Hart from Georgia Military. The Marylanders are linebacker Trey Jackson of Howard, defensive back Thomas Bradley of Richard Montgomery and cornerback Everett Weldon of Gwynn Park. Towson's class Player Pos. Hometown Thomas Bradley DB Gaithersburg x-Jordan Dangerfield DB Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Justen Davis WR Tampa, Fla. LaTrayon Fagins CB Bradenton, Fla. Corey Ford CB Harrisburg, Pa. y-Chris Hart QB Bradenton, Fla. z-Trey Jackson LB Ellicott City Kyle Polk LB Piscataway, N.J. Arione Scott WR Lauderhill, Fla. Derek Soven P-PK Weston, Fla. T.C. Sweeney OT Ramsey, N.J. Bryce Thompson PK-P Matthews, N.C. Daniel Vaughan TE Chesapeake, Va. Everett Weldon CB Brandywine Derek Wright LB Suffolk, Va. x-transfer from Hofstra University y-transfer from Georgia Military College z-attended Howard High
February 3, 2010
Six players from Florida and three from Maryland highlight coach Rob Ambrose's second recruiting class for Towson. Of the Tigers' six recruits from Florida, two are transfers: defensive back Jordan Dangerfield from Hofstra, which discontinued its program in December, and quarterback Chris Hart from Georgia Military. The Marylanders are linebacker Trey Jackson of Howard, defensive back Thomas Bradley of Richard Montgomery and cornerback Everett Weldon of Gwynn Park. Towson's full class: Thomas Bradley, DB (Gaithersburg)
May 26, 1991
Private graveside services for Donald Brooke Creecy Jr., a retired National Security Agency mathematician and former resident of Gibson Island, will be held Tuesday at Arlington National Cemetery.Mr. Creecy died of pneumonia May 15 at a hospital in Bradenton, Fla., where he was visiting family. He was 76.A native of Baltimore, he attended the Gilman School and in 1936 was graduated from Princeton University.Mr. Creecy went to work as a civilian employee of the Defense Department before being called into military service during World War II. He served in the Army in the Marianas Islands.
July 8, 2003
Suddenly on Monday, June 30, 2003, WILMA E. SCHLENZIG of Bradenton, FL, formerly of Quakertown. Born February 15, 1927, in Baltimore, MD. She was the daughter of the late William and Frances (Panek) Ethem. She lived in Quakertown for 30 years before retiring to Naples FL, where she resided for 9 years, moving to Bradenton this year. She was a highly successful sales rep for Rome Cable of Rome, NY. Upon retirement she moved to Naples, FL, where she held part-time positions with Eckerd Drugs and later Proctor and Gamble.
March 23, 2013
Orioles left-hander Mark Hendrickson returned to camp on Saturday after joining his wife, Cortney , for the birth of the couple's third child back home in York, Pa. Hendrickson missed the child's birth -- he was standing in the line at the airport for a 6 a.m. flight on Wednesday while his wife was in labor, video chatting with her she was in the delivery room -- but was in the air when the baby, which they named Sophia Joy , was delivered....