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July 27, 2004
On July 25, 2004, LAWRENCE E. "Larry", husband of the late Jeanne L. Brandenburg; father of Lawrence "Lonnie" M. Brandenburg and Karen L. Munn; brother of Robert C. Brandenburg and Barbara Zeleny, and the late Franklin E. Brandenburg. Also survived by six grandchildren. Friends may call on Wednesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., at the Stallings Funeral Home, P.A., 3111 Mountain Road, Pasadena, where funeral services will be held on Thursday, 10:30 a.m. Interment Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Crownsville.
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By Joe Burris and Joe Burris,joseph.burris@baltsun.com | April 19, 2009
They've become a rarity in Maryland bars, but on Tuesday afternoon they filled the Crossroads Inn in Keymar: smokers, lighting up and puffing away without shame or trepidation. What's more, seated or standing alongside were nonsmokers, enjoying themselves without fanning away the fumes or complaining about the hazards of secondhand smoke. "It doesn't bother me," said Robert Howard. The Taneytown resident surveyed the place to distinguish smokers and nonsmokers before spotting regular patron James Brown of Keysville at the other end of the bar. "Hey Jim, do you smoke?"
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NEWS
December 14, 2003
On December 11, 2003, NORMA LEE BRANDENBURG (nee Tavalero), beloved wife of the late Irving Tyson Brandenburg, devoted mother of Michael D. Brandenburg and his wife, Alice, and the late Steven French, loving grandmother of Michael Keith Brandenburg and Crystal Grace Brandenburg, loving great-grandmother of Sierra. Arrangements Private.
FEATURES
By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,Sun music critic | June 7, 2008
In the annals of ungratefulness, the Margrave of Brandenburg retains a place of distinction. Upon receipt of six painstakingly hand-written music scores sent to him in 1721, accompanied by a gift tag bursting with obsequious prose, this brother of the Prussian king put them in a drawer and ignored them. Didn't even send a simple "Thank You, Peasant" note. At least the margrave didn't go in for re-gifting. Otherwise, the world might never have discovered the Brandenburg Concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Stephen Wigler | September 28, 1995
Playing the baroque (or valveless) trumpet in works such as Bach's vertiginous Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 is, in trumpeter John Thiessen's words, "somewhat like [climbing] Mount Everest." Thiessen, one of the best-known practitioners of the art of the baroque trumpet, joins Pro Musica Rara Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at the Baltimore Museum of Art for a performance of the popular Brandenburg No. 2. The musicians of PMR will also perform Bach's Concerto for Two Violins and music of Vivaldi and Telemann.
NEWS
By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,SUN STAFF | December 1, 1996
Lysle Neal Brandenburg, a businessman who ran several ventures, including a country grocery store in Gambrills for 11 years, died Nov. 22 of pneumonia at Genesis Health Care Center in Severna Park. He was 84.From 1945 to 1956, Mr. Brandenburg, who lived in Glen Burnie, ran Brandenburg's Country Store, a combination convenience shop, post office, hardware store, gas station and butcher shop, where customers came in for everything from pigs' feet to scrub boards to chewing tobacco to gasoline.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN REPORTER | October 28, 2006
It came down to a pass for victory for one of the area's most prolific rushing teams, and No. 5 Archbishop Spalding edged St. Mary's of Annapolis, 7-6, on an 11-yard touchdown pass from Kevin Moran to Mike Brandenburg with eight seconds remaining. Moran lofted a jump ball to the left corner and Brandenburg went up and got it over a shorter safety to cap a 10-play, 56-yard drive in the final 1:36. Brandenburg had three receptions for 49 yards during the drive. Nathan Myers kicked the game-winning extra point on a low line drive that just cleared the crossbar.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | May 12, 1994
They were coming off an excruciating loss on Tuesday, but Glen Burnie had history on its side in yesterday's game against No. 4 Severna Park.Recent history.The fifth-ranked Gophers upended Severna Park for the second time in 16 days, using a suicide squeeze by Coral Brandenburg in the sixth inning to score Denise Warren for a 5-4 victory in Glen Burnie.Warren (3-for-4, two doubles) gave up four hits and struck out three, as Glen Burnie eased some of the frustration of the previous day's 5-4, extra-inning loss to No. 2 Chesapeake.
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By Jeffrey Fleishman and Jeffrey Fleishman,LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 19, 2004
BRANDENBURG, Germany - The stone goddesses are flaking on Big Garden Street. The steel mill started its slide years ago. The textile plant has fared no better. Steeples glimmer above the rooftops, but the hopeful flicker doesn't obscure what Otto Mahler sees as one long betrayal. "When East and West Germany reunified after communism, they promised us the world," said Mahler, a retired steel worker whose factory has shrunk from 10,000 jobs to 750 over the past decade. "They said we'd all have an equal standard of living.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN REPORTER | October 28, 2006
It came down to a pass for victory for one of the area's most prolific rushing teams, and No. 5 Archbishop Spalding edged St. Mary's of Annapolis, 7-6, on an 11-yard touchdown pass from Kevin Moran to Mike Brandenburg with eight seconds remaining. Moran lofted a jump ball to the left corner and Brandenburg went up and got it over a shorter safety to cap a 10-play, 56-yard drive in the final 1:36. Brandenburg had three receptions for 49 yards during the drive. Nathan Myers kicked the game-winning extra point on a low line drive that just cleared the crossbar.
NEWS
July 27, 2006
PATRICIA H. BRANDENBURG "Pat" of Capen Bridge, WV, formerly of Baltimore, died Monday, July 24, 2006, at her home. Surviving are her husband Melvin L. Brandenburg; three sons, John Brandenburg, Steven Brandenburg and Brian Brandenburg of Parkville, MD; one daughter, Anna Tompsette of Parkville, MD; two brothers, William Zimmerman of Marriottsville, MD and Anthony Zimmerman of Philadelphia, PA; one sister, Joyce Klein of Essex, MD and two grandchildren....
NEWS
December 13, 2005
On Saturday, December 10, 2005, MR. DAVID LEE QUIGLEY, retired Baltimore City Fireman, beloved husband of Carolyn Ann Quigley, devoted son of Thelma M. Sible, devoted father of Holly Cason, Kelly Cooper, Michael Quigley, Ronnie Green and Susan Glover. Also survived by nine grandchildren, Christopher Wineholt, Jenny Glover, Cory Glover, Gabrielle Cooper, Kyle Cooper, Kaitlyn Quigley, Shelby Cason, Michael Brandenburg and Crystal Brandenburg, four great-grandchildren, Noah Wineholt, Sierra Mc Abee, Landon Harrison and Logan Brandenburg, brother Arthur Quigley, Jr., one niece Madieline Quigley.
NEWS
August 25, 2005
On August 24, 2005, JOSEPH REESE, beloved husband of the late Joan Webster Brandenburg, devoted father of Jacqueline, Joseph and John Brandenburg, loving grandfather of Kristy Brandenburg; also survived by four sisters and one brother. Friends may call at Gonce Funeral Service, 4001 Ritchie Highway, on Thursday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Service on Friday at 10:15 A.M., Interment in Glen Haven Memorial Park.
NEWS
June 20, 2005
On June 18, 2005, ROBERT J. BRANDENBURG of Linthicum, devoted husband of 64 years to Delma Brandenburg, cherished father of Jim Brandenburg and his wife Linda, Wayne Brandenburg, John Brandenburg and his wife Linda, dear grandfather of Mike, Steve and Robert, great-grandfather to Nathan, also survived by 2 brothers and 4 sisters. The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Avenue, S.W. (at Crain Highway) Glen Burnie from 3 to 5 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. on Monday.
NEWS
By Jeffrey Fleishman and Jeffrey Fleishman,LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 19, 2004
BRANDENBURG, Germany - The stone goddesses are flaking on Big Garden Street. The steel mill started its slide years ago. The textile plant has fared no better. Steeples glimmer above the rooftops, but the hopeful flicker doesn't obscure what Otto Mahler sees as one long betrayal. "When East and West Germany reunified after communism, they promised us the world," said Mahler, a retired steel worker whose factory has shrunk from 10,000 jobs to 750 over the past decade. "They said we'd all have an equal standard of living.
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