March 9, 2006
On March 6, 2006, JUANITA JACKSON BROCK. Funeral services will be held in the Santuary of Faith Tempo Freewell Baptist Church, 211 Maryland Park Drive, Capital Heights, MD on Friday, March 10, 2006. Family hour 9 to 10:30 A.M., service follow. Interment Lincoln Cemetery, Suitland, MD.
April 18, 2004
On Tuesday, April 13, 2004, BROCK and BRAXTON TUCKER; beloved sons of Senetra Wallace and Brock Tucker, Sr. They are also survived by one brother; one sister, six grandparents; four great-grandparents; six uncles and seven aunts and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the Gwynn Funeral Home, 4517 Park Heights Avenue on Sunday, April 18 from 2 to 6 PM. The family will receive friends on Monday, April 19 at the 1st Christian Community Church, 1800 Apostle Johnson Way, Annapolis, MD at 10 AM to 11 AM at which time Services will be held.
March 23, 2003
On March 18, 2003, BETTYE JEAN, devoted wife of Wallace Lee Brock, loving mother of Kirk Thompson, Derrick Thompson and Kimberly Terry; and beloved grandmother of Jason and Jordan Thompson and Kristin Terry. Friends are invited to call at Nutter Funeral Home, Inc., 2501 Gwynns Falls Parkway, on Sunday, from 12 to 5 P.M. Viewing on Monday from 10:30 to 11 A.M. at Berea Temple, 1901 Madison Avenue, followed by Funeral Service at 11. Interment King Memorial Park.
December 5, 1993
The Republican search for a "big name" candidate to oppose Democratic Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes in next year's election is very likely to settle on William E. Brock III, an Annapolis resident who was special trade representative and secretary of Labor in the Reagan cabinet, GOP national chairman during the difficult post-Watergate years and a congressman and senator from Tennessee in the 1960s and 1970s.If he were to defeat Mr. Sarbanes, a long-shot prospect, Mr. Brock would be the first senator to represent two states since the direct election of senators began.
September 29, 1994
With the November elections less than six weeks away, the polls indicate that Republican Ellen Sauerbrey is in a close race with Democrat Parris Glendening for the governorship of Maryland but GOP Senate candidate Bill Brock has a long way to go in his quest to unseat Democratic incumbent Paul Sarbanes.For Maryland voters this is good news and bad news. The good news is that the Sauerbrey-Glendening contest is etching the issues in vivid contrast. The bad news is that Senator Sarbanes can probably coast to another victory without having to defend his record.
March 8, 1994
Former Tennessee Sen. William E. Brock, the Maryland GOP's early best bet to unseat Democratic Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes, took to the road yesterday to announce his candidacy and return to the political game.Vowing to get tough on crime, reform welfare and bring more jobs to Maryland, Mr. Brock, 63, kicked off his Senate campaign with five appearances statewide, including one in Baltimore that was well attended by the Republican faithful.With a hint of a Tennessee drawl, Mr. Brock stressed his links to Maryland, leading off his remarks by saying that "this is my home, my children's home" -- a clear effort to deflect inevitable criticism of him as a "carpetbagger."