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March 21, 2003
On March 19, 2003, CHARLES N., devoted husband of Emma Broyles, loving father of Perry Broyles, Mark Broyles, Sandra Lawles. Blessed with eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral from the George J. Gonce Funeral Home, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Hwy, on Monday 12 noon. Interment Meadowridge Memorial Park. Family request friends to call Saturday and Sunday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,justin.fenton@baltsun.com | September 27, 2008
A Baltimore fire commander, who was dismissed after being deemed "negligent" and "incompetent" in his role at a live-burn training exercise in which a 29-year-old recruit died last year, will be reinstated and likely promoted after authorities determined that his termination was not proper. The city's civil service commissioner has upheld a hearing examiner's decision to reinstate Lt. Barry P. Broyles, the instructor in charge of an ill-prepared rescue team that responded to the fatal exercise Feb. 9, 2007, in which Racheal M. Wilson was killed.
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July 12, 2000
Maud J. Broyles, 89, professor, naturalist Maud Jefferson Broyles, a retired Towson University education professor, died July 5 of complications of osteoporosis at Broadmead. She was 89 and had lived at the Cockeysville retirement community since 1991. Miss Broyles joined the Towson faculty in 1960. She specialized in curriculum and supervision and worked closely with teachers and student-teachers in the Baltimore City and Baltimore County public schools. Born in Wikel, W.Va., Miss Broyles was raised in Beckley, W.Va.
NEWS
April 14, 2007
Anna B. Broyles, a homemaker and former restaurant owner, died of cancer Sunday at her Finksburg home. She was 77. Anna Belle McElroy was born in Baltimore and raised on Mathews Street in Waverly. She was a 1947 graduate of Eastern High School, and that same year married Daniel K. Broyles. Mrs. Broyles worked for a finance company until 1952, when she had the first of her three children. In 1959, she and her family moved to Italy, when her husband was sent there by the Koppers Co. as a project engineer overseeing the construction of a steel mill.
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April 14, 2007
Anna B. Broyles, a homemaker and former restaurant owner, died of cancer Sunday at her Finksburg home. She was 77. Anna Belle McElroy was born in Baltimore and raised on Mathews Street in Waverly. She was a 1947 graduate of Eastern High School, and that same year married Daniel K. Broyles. Mrs. Broyles worked for a finance company until 1952, when she had the first of her three children. In 1959, she and her family moved to Italy, when her husband was sent there by the Koppers Co. as a project engineer overseeing the construction of a steel mill.
NEWS
January 15, 2006
On Friday, January 13, 2006, CHARLOTTE SUSAN FRANZ (nee Barkdoll); devoted wife of the late J. Howard Franz, M.D.; dear mother of Emily and George Clarke; the late Ann Matukaitis, Julia and Vernon Brown, Sarah and Jim Hutchin and Patricia and John Franz; beloved grandmother of Christine and Andrew Clarke, Anna and John Clarke, Suzanne and James Burke, Katherine and Kevin Kowalski, Lauren and John Broyles, Kira Matukaitis, Noah Brown, Elizabeth, Megan and...
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,justin.fenton@baltsun.com | September 27, 2008
A Baltimore fire commander, who was dismissed after being deemed "negligent" and "incompetent" in his role at a live-burn training exercise in which a 29-year-old recruit died last year, will be reinstated and likely promoted after authorities determined that his termination was not proper. The city's civil service commissioner has upheld a hearing examiner's decision to reinstate Lt. Barry P. Broyles, the instructor in charge of an ill-prepared rescue team that responded to the fatal exercise Feb. 9, 2007, in which Racheal M. Wilson was killed.
NEWS
December 9, 2004
G. DONALD BOTELER, SR., 89, of Westminster, died Tuesday, December 7, 2004, at his home after an extended illness. Born December 31, 1914, in Baltimore, he was the son of the late George A. Boteler, I and Agnes V. Boteler-Poehlman. He was a retired Landscape and Maintenance Business Owner in Elkridge. A former member of Kiwanis International and served as Past Lt. Govenor. He enjoyed coin and stamp collecting, as well as reading. He proudly honored the American and State Flags. Surviving are children: Wanda Mackie, Alan Boteler, Frank Eric Boteler, Marshall "Sonny" Boteler, Donna Leonard, George Boteler, Carol Boteler, G. David Boteler, John Boteler, and Sharon Boake; 28 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.
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By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,SUN STAFF | July 26, 2003
Rumors of peace were in the air when four Banshee jets took off from the aircraft carrier USS Lake Champlain for a combat mission deep into North Korea. It was the morning of July 26, 1953. The next day at 10:01 a.m. the delegates meeting at the Panmunjom "truce village" would, in fact, begin signing the armistice that ended combat in Korea. Fighting, officially, stopped at 10 p.m. July 27, Monday in Korea, Sunday in the United States. Flying north on the 26th were Stanley M. Montunnas, the flight leader, then a lieutenant commander, his wingman, Ensign W.K. "Monk" McManus, Lt. William M. Russell and his wingman, Ensign Edwin Nash Broyles Jr. Broyles, 27, was from Baltimore.
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,sun reporter | April 13, 2007
Three Baltimore fire officers who were suspended after a fatal live-burn training exercise faced new internal sanctions yesterday, which union officials believe could be a prelude to their termination. The internal departmental charging documents obtained by The Sun reveal more details about the specific lapses alleged to have occurred during the fatal blaze and show that top fire commanders believe shoddy record-keeping on medical certifications could have exposed the department to "legal and civil liability."
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,sun reporter | April 13, 2007
Three Baltimore fire officers who were suspended after a fatal live-burn training exercise faced new internal sanctions yesterday, which union officials believe could be a prelude to their termination. The internal departmental charging documents obtained by The Sun reveal more details about the specific lapses alleged to have occurred during the fatal blaze and show that top fire commanders believe shoddy record-keeping on medical certifications could have exposed the department to "legal and civil liability."
NEWS
January 15, 2006
On Friday, January 13, 2006, CHARLOTTE SUSAN FRANZ (nee Barkdoll); devoted wife of the late J. Howard Franz, M.D.; dear mother of Emily and George Clarke; the late Ann Matukaitis, Julia and Vernon Brown, Sarah and Jim Hutchin and Patricia and John Franz; beloved grandmother of Christine and Andrew Clarke, Anna and John Clarke, Suzanne and James Burke, Katherine and Kevin Kowalski, Lauren and John Broyles, Kira Matukaitis, Noah Brown, Elizabeth, Megan and...
NEWS
September 4, 2005
On Tuesday, August 30, 2005, CARSON WALTER BROYLES died of mesothelioma (lung cancer). Born on May 31, 1919 in Besoka, West Virginia, Carson (CW) grew up in the vicinity of Beckley, West Virginia and moved to Baltimore to work in the shipyards during the Second World War. After the war, Carson earned his living as a union carpenter working mostly on installations of fine cabinets and office furniture. He worked on projects in many prominent businesses and government offices, including the US Capitol Building.
NEWS
December 9, 2004
G. DONALD BOTELER, SR., 89, of Westminster, died Tuesday, December 7, 2004, at his home after an extended illness. Born December 31, 1914, in Baltimore, he was the son of the late George A. Boteler, I and Agnes V. Boteler-Poehlman. He was a retired Landscape and Maintenance Business Owner in Elkridge. A former member of Kiwanis International and served as Past Lt. Govenor. He enjoyed coin and stamp collecting, as well as reading. He proudly honored the American and State Flags. Surviving are children: Wanda Mackie, Alan Boteler, Frank Eric Boteler, Marshall "Sonny" Boteler, Donna Leonard, George Boteler, Carol Boteler, G. David Boteler, John Boteler, and Sharon Boake; 28 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.
FEATURES
By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,SUN STAFF | July 26, 2003
Rumors of peace were in the air when four Banshee jets took off from the aircraft carrier USS Lake Champlain for a combat mission deep into North Korea. It was the morning of July 26, 1953. The next day at 10:01 a.m. the delegates meeting at the Panmunjom "truce village" would, in fact, begin signing the armistice that ended combat in Korea. Fighting, officially, stopped at 10 p.m. July 27, Monday in Korea, Sunday in the United States. Flying north on the 26th were Stanley M. Montunnas, the flight leader, then a lieutenant commander, his wingman, Ensign W.K. "Monk" McManus, Lt. William M. Russell and his wingman, Ensign Edwin Nash Broyles Jr. Broyles, 27, was from Baltimore.
NEWS
July 12, 2000
Maud J. Broyles, 89, professor, naturalist Maud Jefferson Broyles, a retired Towson University education professor, died July 5 of complications of osteoporosis at Broadmead. She was 89 and had lived at the Cockeysville retirement community since 1991. Miss Broyles joined the Towson faculty in 1960. She specialized in curriculum and supervision and worked closely with teachers and student-teachers in the Baltimore City and Baltimore County public schools. Born in Wikel, W.Va., Miss Broyles was raised in Beckley, W.Va.
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