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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | January 25, 2008
Michael Hall Patterson, owner of Broadview Manor Inc., an award-winning landscape design and installation company, died Saturday from melanoma at his Monkton home. He was 57. Mr. Patterson was born on his family's Monkton dairy farm and lived there all of his life. He was a 1968 graduate of Hereford High School and earned a bachelor's degree in horticulture from the University of Maryland, College Park, in 1972. He returned to the family farm after college at a time when it was being transformed from a dairy operation into Manor View Farm Inc., a wholesale nursery operation, on Manor Road.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | April 28, 2010
Mary Ruff Brush, who owned and managed North Baltimore's Broadview Apartments for 60 years and successfully challenged Baltimore's historic preservation commission when she wanted to put parking on a nearby property, died of renal failure April 20 at her Marathon, Fla., home. She was 87. Born Mary Ellen Ruff in Baltimore, she was the youngest daughter of John K. Ruff, a Randallstown stone mason who built apartment houses and Towson High School. She was a 1940 Catonsville High School graduate and earned a business degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.
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August 29, 2007
On August 25, 2007 in Warrenton, VA. Former longtime Baltimore resident, widow of Earl C. McMinn and beloved mother of Rosemary M. Lambert. Also survived by two granddaughters and two great grandsons. The family will receive friends on Saturday, September 1, 2007 from 11 am until service time at 12 :00 pm at Moser Funeral Home Chapel, 233 Broadview Ave, Warrenton, VA. 20186. Interment at a later date in Baltimore. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of the Rapidan, P.O. Box 1715, Culpeper, VA 22701.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | January 25, 2008
Michael Hall Patterson, owner of Broadview Manor Inc., an award-winning landscape design and installation company, died Saturday from melanoma at his Monkton home. He was 57. Mr. Patterson was born on his family's Monkton dairy farm and lived there all of his life. He was a 1968 graduate of Hereford High School and earned a bachelor's degree in horticulture from the University of Maryland, College Park, in 1972. He returned to the family farm after college at a time when it was being transformed from a dairy operation into Manor View Farm Inc., a wholesale nursery operation, on Manor Road.
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April 23, 2004
On April 20, 2004, of Bealeton, VA, employee of the Washington Post Company; husband of Patricia A. Leister; stepfather of Christopher Hensley, Remington, VA, Christina Benfit, Bealeton, VA, John Benfit, of Maryland and Joey Benfit, Germany; son of the late Alvah J., and Rose Ann Leister; brother of Arleen and Bob Myers, Severn, MD; Deanna and Jeff Barnett, Manchester, MD, Brenda and Barry Reade Sr., Powder Springs, GA, Flora Leister, Pikesville, MD,...
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Sun Staff Writer | May 8, 1995
They'll have Captain Seaweed, the Pepperoni Post Pizza man, pony rides, games, food and entertainment at the 18th annual Ferndale Day on May 21. They'll even have a local video store owner videotaping children for identification tapes.The festival started because local civic activist Leo Harnen thought it would be a good way to raise money for a senior center in Ferndale. The senior center is now a reality on Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard across from the light rail tracks near Wellham Avenue.
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By ELIZABETH LARGE | May 15, 1994
Jeannier's, 105 W. 39th St., (410) 889-3303. Open Mondays t Fridays for lunch, Mondays to Saturdays for dinner. Major credit cards. No-smoking area: yes. Prices: appetizers, $3.25-$7.50; entrees, $12.75-$24.50. ***Once upon a time apartment-house dining rooms were the last bastion of the genteel life outside of private clubs. Places like the Ambassador and the 3900 and the Broadview offered long, slow Sunday dinners with crab imperial and iced tea and Jell-O salads. Some of the food might put you to sleep, but some of it was very good.
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By Rosalie M. Falter | September 1, 1992
There's a new location and a new time for an old favorite. For many years, Ferndale Day took place in May along Broadview Boulevard. But not this year.Last May, workers were tearing up the old railroad tracks along Broadview to make way for the light-rail system. So, the sponsoring Ferndale-Linthicum Area Community Council postponed Ferndale Day until Sunday, Oct. 4, at a different location, around the corner in the open lot on Third Avenue.Despite the changes, many things will remain the same, such as the good food, crafts, pony rides, entertainment, games and the beauty contest.
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September 24, 1994
Jean E. ZinkBusinesswomanJean E. Zink, a businesswoman, died Tuesday at St. Joseph Hospital of an internal infection. She was 69 and lived in Perry Hall.She and her husband of 51 years, George S. Zink, retired in 1991 as owners of the New Life Hearing Instrument Centers. They had started the business in 1977 in Glen Burnie and added an outlet in Eastpoint.From the 1940s until 1972 when they moved for a time to Fallston, they had operated the Joppa Cleaners in Perry Hall.The former Jean Elizabeth Kling, a native Baltimorean, was reared in Highlandtown and graduated from Eastern High School.
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By Rosalie M. Falter | May 14, 1991
The Ferndale-Linthicum Area Community Council will present the 14th annual Ferndale Day this Sunday. The celebration is a day of community participation and includes a parade, music, games, crafts, food anda beauty pageant.The schedule begins at noon with more than 50 booths and stands set up along Broadview Boulevard in the area of the Ferndale Fire Department. There will be a large selection of foods, such as crab cakes, pit beef and crepes along with the usual pizza andhot dogs. Some of the booths will feature homemade crafts.
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August 29, 2007
On August 25, 2007 in Warrenton, VA. Former longtime Baltimore resident, widow of Earl C. McMinn and beloved mother of Rosemary M. Lambert. Also survived by two granddaughters and two great grandsons. The family will receive friends on Saturday, September 1, 2007 from 11 am until service time at 12 :00 pm at Moser Funeral Home Chapel, 233 Broadview Ave, Warrenton, VA. 20186. Interment at a later date in Baltimore. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of the Rapidan, P.O. Box 1715, Culpeper, VA 22701.
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April 23, 2004
On April 20, 2004, of Bealeton, VA, employee of the Washington Post Company; husband of Patricia A. Leister; stepfather of Christopher Hensley, Remington, VA, Christina Benfit, Bealeton, VA, John Benfit, of Maryland and Joey Benfit, Germany; son of the late Alvah J., and Rose Ann Leister; brother of Arleen and Bob Myers, Severn, MD; Deanna and Jeff Barnett, Manchester, MD, Brenda and Barry Reade Sr., Powder Springs, GA, Flora Leister, Pikesville, MD,...
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | February 20, 2000
So you think Canton is a hot spot for restaurants. Consider the Homewood-Roland Park area, once known for its oh-so-proper apartment dining rooms. The neighborhood now has a funky new One World Cafe, and the Ambassador Dining Room has turned into a suave Indian restaurant. Preston's 500 has just opened in the Carlyle -- brought to you by some of the same folks who worked at the Milton Inn and Hamilton's -- and Morgan Millard is being revitalized by the owners of Charleston. In the middle of all this excitement is an oasis of terrine de canard and oeufs a la neige known as Jeannier's.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 17, 1999
THE ANNE Arundel Alarmers Association is honoring members who have died since 1990 by dedicating its new canteen truck in their memory in a ceremony planned for Oct.24. Virginia and Frank Pleyo, Robert Baker, Nancy Robey and William Tuder were faithful volunteers who gave many hours of their time to the association.The Alarmers are volunteers who help when public service agencies - police, fire or forestry, for example operate for long periods and need support. Free sandwiches, coffee, soup or stew, doughnuts and the like are available to help firefighters get through the night battling a blaze, or police officers spending hours at a sobriety checkpoint.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Sun Staff Writer | May 8, 1995
They'll have Captain Seaweed, the Pepperoni Post Pizza man, pony rides, games, food and entertainment at the 18th annual Ferndale Day on May 21. They'll even have a local video store owner videotaping children for identification tapes.The festival started because local civic activist Leo Harnen thought it would be a good way to raise money for a senior center in Ferndale. The senior center is now a reality on Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard across from the light rail tracks near Wellham Avenue.
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September 24, 1994
Jean E. ZinkBusinesswomanJean E. Zink, a businesswoman, died Tuesday at St. Joseph Hospital of an internal infection. She was 69 and lived in Perry Hall.She and her husband of 51 years, George S. Zink, retired in 1991 as owners of the New Life Hearing Instrument Centers. They had started the business in 1977 in Glen Burnie and added an outlet in Eastpoint.From the 1940s until 1972 when they moved for a time to Fallston, they had operated the Joppa Cleaners in Perry Hall.The former Jean Elizabeth Kling, a native Baltimorean, was reared in Highlandtown and graduated from Eastern High School.
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By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 17, 1999
THE ANNE Arundel Alarmers Association is honoring members who have died since 1990 by dedicating its new canteen truck in their memory in a ceremony planned for Oct.24. Virginia and Frank Pleyo, Robert Baker, Nancy Robey and William Tuder were faithful volunteers who gave many hours of their time to the association.The Alarmers are volunteers who help when public service agencies - police, fire or forestry, for example operate for long periods and need support. Free sandwiches, coffee, soup or stew, doughnuts and the like are available to help firefighters get through the night battling a blaze, or police officers spending hours at a sobriety checkpoint.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | April 28, 2010
Mary Ruff Brush, who owned and managed North Baltimore's Broadview Apartments for 60 years and successfully challenged Baltimore's historic preservation commission when she wanted to put parking on a nearby property, died of renal failure April 20 at her Marathon, Fla., home. She was 87. Born Mary Ellen Ruff in Baltimore, she was the youngest daughter of John K. Ruff, a Randallstown stone mason who built apartment houses and Towson High School. She was a 1940 Catonsville High School graduate and earned a business degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.
FEATURES
By ELIZABETH LARGE | May 15, 1994
Jeannier's, 105 W. 39th St., (410) 889-3303. Open Mondays t Fridays for lunch, Mondays to Saturdays for dinner. Major credit cards. No-smoking area: yes. Prices: appetizers, $3.25-$7.50; entrees, $12.75-$24.50. ***Once upon a time apartment-house dining rooms were the last bastion of the genteel life outside of private clubs. Places like the Ambassador and the 3900 and the Broadview offered long, slow Sunday dinners with crab imperial and iced tea and Jell-O salads. Some of the food might put you to sleep, but some of it was very good.
NEWS
By Rosalie M. Falter | September 1, 1992
There's a new location and a new time for an old favorite. For many years, Ferndale Day took place in May along Broadview Boulevard. But not this year.Last May, workers were tearing up the old railroad tracks along Broadview to make way for the light-rail system. So, the sponsoring Ferndale-Linthicum Area Community Council postponed Ferndale Day until Sunday, Oct. 4, at a different location, around the corner in the open lot on Third Avenue.Despite the changes, many things will remain the same, such as the good food, crafts, pony rides, entertainment, games and the beauty contest.
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