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August 17, 2004
DOROTHY A. KIRBY, 84, of Camp Hill, PA, and formerly of Baltimore, passed away Saturday, August 14, 2004, at Holy Spirit Hospital. She was a retired tailor for Pioneer Garmet Co., Baltimore, MD. She was a member of the Church of the Good Shepherd Camp Hill and its caring group. She was the widow of Calvin L. Kirby Jr. Survived by her son Calvin L. III of Camp hill, her daughter Sharon and her husband Bernard Rish of Freeland, PA, two grandchildren, Bernard Rish III and Mary Rish of Freeland, PA. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10:30 A.M. Friday from her church.
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By Rebecca LeFever | March 15, 2012
March 15--YORK, Pa. -- Each candidate running for the District 31 state senate seat in the April 24 primary has big plans if they make it to November's election. This district covers all of Cumberland County; and in York County -- Carroll, Fairview, Franklin, Monaghan, Warrington and Washington townships; and Dillsburg, Franklintown and Wellsville boroughs. Experience Attorney Andrew Shaw, 36, of North Middleton believes his experience as a small business owner has helped him prepare for his campaign.
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June 17, 2003
On Monday, June 2, 2003 JAMES HERALD BEST OF Baltimore, MD died of natural causes at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes, DE. The former Camp Hill, PA. resident was 54 years old. Mr. Best was born on December 27, 1949 to the late Herald A. Best and Arlene Ames Best. The late Arlene A. Best was a member of the Mayflower Society and Daughters of the American Revolution. He is survived by his sons J. Brian Best, who is currently serving in the United States Air Force stationed in Japan, Charles A. Best and Michael W. Best who both currently reside in Camp Hill, PA., and his companion of five years Dr. Frederick Stoner.
BUSINESS
April 19, 2008
Acquisitions Saul Centers Inc., a Bethesda-based real estate investment trust, acquired three shopping centers: Great Falls Center in Great Falls, Va.; BJ's Wholesale Club in Alexandria, Va.; and the Marketplace at Sea Colony in Bethany Beach, Del. Contracts Euro RSCG Baltimore has received a marketing assignment from Brainware Inc. Expansion Linthicum-based Dialysis Corp. of America is developing its 11th Pennsylvania location in Camp Hill. Openings BlueRidge Bank opened for business at 18 W. Patrick St. in Frederick.
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By Amy Oakes and Amy Oakes,SUN STAFF | January 27, 2000
Friends and colleagues were coping yesterday with the sudden death of Robert C. Shenk, who was found in the water near City Dock in Annapolis Tuesday, while officials continued to investigate the incident. Shenk, 55, of the 300 block of N. 27th St. in Camp Hill, Pa., was discovered floating near his powerboat. His body was taken to the state medical examiner's office for an autopsy. "The cause of death is still under investigation," said Susan O'Brien, a spokeswoman for the state's Department of Natural Resources, the agency handling the death.
NEWS
August 3, 2006
SARA (Byler) STAUFFER, 90, formerly of Freeland, MD and Harrisburg died Saturday July 29, 2006 in Bethany Village, Upper Allen Twp. She was a retired registered nurse and a former Acting Director of Nurses for Philadelphia General Hospital; a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where she received her B.S. in Nursing Education, and John Harris High School, Harrisburg. She was a member of Camp Hill United Methodist Church and numerous nursing organizations. Mrs. Stauffer was born January 24, 1916 in Harrisburg to the late Chester C. and Myra (Jackson)
BUSINESS
April 19, 2008
Acquisitions Saul Centers Inc., a Bethesda-based real estate investment trust, acquired three shopping centers: Great Falls Center in Great Falls, Va.; BJ's Wholesale Club in Alexandria, Va.; and the Marketplace at Sea Colony in Bethany Beach, Del. Contracts Euro RSCG Baltimore has received a marketing assignment from Brainware Inc. Expansion Linthicum-based Dialysis Corp. of America is developing its 11th Pennsylvania location in Camp Hill. Openings BlueRidge Bank opened for business at 18 W. Patrick St. in Frederick.
NEWS
September 13, 2006
Urias S. Horst, a retired military officer and former Owings Mills resident, died of heart failure Sept. 5 - his 91st birthday - at a nursing home in Duncannon, Pa. Mr. Horst was born in Reading, Pa., and was raised in Annville, Pa. He joined the Army in 1935 and served for two years before becoming a trooper with the Pennsylvania State Police. In 1942, he re-enlisted in the Army and served in covert operations in the Pacific and later in Korea during the Korean War. He retired as a major in 1962.
NEWS
June 7, 2000
Patricia Ann Monaghan, 74, Balto. County teacher Patricia Ann Monaghan, a retired Baltimore County schoolteacher, died Wednesday of cancer at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. She was 74. Miss Monaghan, who lived in Catonsville, had professional expertise in remedial reading and continued to tutor children in reading after she retired in 1979. She was born in New Jersey and raised in Scranton, Pa. After graduating in 1949 from Marywood College, now Marywood University, in Scranton, she moved to the Baltimore area to begin a 30-year teaching career in county public schools.
NEWS
By Rebecca LeFever | March 15, 2012
March 15--YORK, Pa. -- Each candidate running for the District 31 state senate seat in the April 24 primary has big plans if they make it to November's election. This district covers all of Cumberland County; and in York County -- Carroll, Fairview, Franklin, Monaghan, Warrington and Washington townships; and Dillsburg, Franklintown and Wellsville boroughs. Experience Attorney Andrew Shaw, 36, of North Middleton believes his experience as a small business owner has helped him prepare for his campaign.
NEWS
September 13, 2006
Urias S. Horst, a retired military officer and former Owings Mills resident, died of heart failure Sept. 5 - his 91st birthday - at a nursing home in Duncannon, Pa. Mr. Horst was born in Reading, Pa., and was raised in Annville, Pa. He joined the Army in 1935 and served for two years before becoming a trooper with the Pennsylvania State Police. In 1942, he re-enlisted in the Army and served in covert operations in the Pacific and later in Korea during the Korean War. He retired as a major in 1962.
NEWS
August 3, 2006
SARA (Byler) STAUFFER, 90, formerly of Freeland, MD and Harrisburg died Saturday July 29, 2006 in Bethany Village, Upper Allen Twp. She was a retired registered nurse and a former Acting Director of Nurses for Philadelphia General Hospital; a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where she received her B.S. in Nursing Education, and John Harris High School, Harrisburg. She was a member of Camp Hill United Methodist Church and numerous nursing organizations. Mrs. Stauffer was born January 24, 1916 in Harrisburg to the late Chester C. and Myra (Jackson)
NEWS
August 17, 2004
DOROTHY A. KIRBY, 84, of Camp Hill, PA, and formerly of Baltimore, passed away Saturday, August 14, 2004, at Holy Spirit Hospital. She was a retired tailor for Pioneer Garmet Co., Baltimore, MD. She was a member of the Church of the Good Shepherd Camp Hill and its caring group. She was the widow of Calvin L. Kirby Jr. Survived by her son Calvin L. III of Camp hill, her daughter Sharon and her husband Bernard Rish of Freeland, PA, two grandchildren, Bernard Rish III and Mary Rish of Freeland, PA. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10:30 A.M. Friday from her church.
NEWS
June 17, 2003
On Monday, June 2, 2003 JAMES HERALD BEST OF Baltimore, MD died of natural causes at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes, DE. The former Camp Hill, PA. resident was 54 years old. Mr. Best was born on December 27, 1949 to the late Herald A. Best and Arlene Ames Best. The late Arlene A. Best was a member of the Mayflower Society and Daughters of the American Revolution. He is survived by his sons J. Brian Best, who is currently serving in the United States Air Force stationed in Japan, Charles A. Best and Michael W. Best who both currently reside in Camp Hill, PA., and his companion of five years Dr. Frederick Stoner.
NEWS
June 7, 2000
Patricia Ann Monaghan, 74, Balto. County teacher Patricia Ann Monaghan, a retired Baltimore County schoolteacher, died Wednesday of cancer at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. She was 74. Miss Monaghan, who lived in Catonsville, had professional expertise in remedial reading and continued to tutor children in reading after she retired in 1979. She was born in New Jersey and raised in Scranton, Pa. After graduating in 1949 from Marywood College, now Marywood University, in Scranton, she moved to the Baltimore area to begin a 30-year teaching career in county public schools.
NEWS
By Amy Oakes and Amy Oakes,SUN STAFF | January 27, 2000
Friends and colleagues were coping yesterday with the sudden death of Robert C. Shenk, who was found in the water near City Dock in Annapolis Tuesday, while officials continued to investigate the incident. Shenk, 55, of the 300 block of N. 27th St. in Camp Hill, Pa., was discovered floating near his powerboat. His body was taken to the state medical examiner's office for an autopsy. "The cause of death is still under investigation," said Susan O'Brien, a spokeswoman for the state's Department of Natural Resources, the agency handling the death.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | March 11, 2003
NEW YORK - KPMG LLP agreed yesterday to pay $200 million to settle lawsuits filed by shareholders of Rite Aid Corp. and Oxford Health Plans Inc. accusing the third-largest accounting firm of misstating the companies' finances. KPMG, the former auditors for Rite Aid, the No. 3 drugstore chain, denied wrongdoing in both settlements, saying that it was settling them to avoid protracted litigation costs and "for practical business reasons." Rite Aid's shareholders will get $125 million and Oxford's will get $75 million in the settlements.
SPORTS
By James H. Jackson | July 14, 1991
The finals of the 14th Youth Duckpin Invitational Tournament will be held today at Greenway Bowl East on Moravia Park Drive.The top 16 bowlers -- eight girls and eight boys -- after 15 games of preliminary matches will compete for the top prizes.Chuck King of Abingdon, last year's boys champion, leads the field into the finals with 2,185. He is joined by John DeAnponils of Randallstown with 2,123; Todd Brewis of Woodbine, 2,109; and Dave Wander of Reisterstown, 2,103, in Division I. Buddy Nichols of Brookville, who lost to King in last year's final, with 2,172, is the Division II leader, followed by Mark Sheelor, Silver Spring, 2,032; John Fisher, Laurel, 2,014; and Mason Douglass, Laurel, 2,012.
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