January 19, 2006
On January 17, 2006, PAULINE FRANCELLA BRODIE (nee Cobb); devoted wife of the late Charles Kenneth Brodie; beloved mother of Susan A. Brodie and her friend Jane L. Zimmerman, Melissa B. Richardson and her husband James; loving grandmother of Alexander B. Richardson and Christopher K. Richardson. Friends may call at the family owned MITCHELL-WIEDEFELD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 6500 York Road (at Overbrook) on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Memorial Service will be held in the Oak Crest Village Chapel, 8800 Walther Blvd.
February 9, 2006
JOHN HARTLEY BRODIE, 36, a theoretical physicist, accidentally drowned on January 28th near Brattleboro, VT where he was residing. He was born in Worcester, MA and graduated from Atholton High School in Howard County. He went on to receive his B. S and M.S. degrees from Cornell University in physics. He then took a year off from his studies to travel around the world, mainly in the Far East, where he developed an interest in Eastern philosophies and religions. He returned to continue his studies at Princeton University where he received a Ph.D.
August 23, 2012
For the first time in 16 years, the directors of the Baltimore Development Corp. met Thursday without M.J. "Jay" Brodie at the helm of the city's influential, quasi-public economic development arm. The BDC's acting president, Kimberly A. Clark, who has expressed interest in the open top job, briefed board members on several of the corporation's initiatives: •An expanded special tax zone for Under Armour Inc., a move that would allow the...
January 28, 1996
MOVING TO jump-start Baltimore's stalled revitalization effort, Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke hired M. Jay Brodie to head the Baltimore Development Corp., the quasi-public agency responsible for retaining and luring city businesses.An architect and planner, Mr. Brodie, 59, served as housing commissioner for then-mayor William Donald Schaefer from 1977-84 and moved on to become executive director of Washington's Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corp. (PADC). For the past two years he was a senior vice president with the architectural firm RTKL Associates.
December 9, 1995
As expected, Baltimore Development Corp.'s board named architectural executive M. J. "Jay" Brodie yesterday as the city's next economic improvement chief, people familiar with BDC said.Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke will make the final decision on whether to appoint Mr. Brodie as BDC's president. The mayor's approval is expected.Roger C. Lipitz, BDC chairman confirmed that the board voted but declined to disclose the result or speculate how soon the mayor will act.Mr. Brodie, a senior vice president at RTKL Associates Inc. and head of the Baltimore-based company's Washington office, was unavailable for comment yesterday.
January 11, 2007
M.J. "Jay" Brodie, the development guru who has led Baltimore Development Corp. for more than a decade, will stay in his position for at least another year, incoming Mayor Sheila Dixon announced yesterday. Brodie, 70, is the latest official to serve under Mayor Martin O'Malley who will continue with Dixon, suggesting that the new mayor is pursuing an economic development agenda that is largely consistent with that of the prior administration. As expected, Dixon also named George A. Nilson, 64, city solicitor.