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August 21, 2005
On August 15, 2005, KIMBERLYCARDINALE of Hollywood, CA; beloved daughter of the late Anthony and Judy Cardinale; devoted sister of Tina M. Hamrick and Michael and Wendy Cardinale; dear aunt of James M. Webb, Ava and Nicolas Cardinale. Memorial services were held on Saturday, August 20 at Mission Hills Catholic Mortuary in Mission Hills, CA.
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By Rona Kobell and Rona Kobell,Sun reporter | May 5, 2008
Berlin Mayor Thomas A. Cardinale, a Baltimore native who was nearing the end of his first term as the top official of the growing Worcester County town, died of a heart attack Saturday. He was 69. Mr. Cardinale was born in Little Italy. He was one of 11 children growing up in an Orleans Street rowhouse. After earning a teaching degree at the University of Maryland, Mr. Cardinale taught graphic arts and printing classes in Baltimore City and Baltimore and Howard counties. He raised his family in the Baltimore area, and enjoyed frequent summer trips to Ocean City.
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April 4, 2006
On April 1, 2006, ANNE CARDINALE (nee Swiderski); devoted wife of Pasquale Cardinale; loving mother of Patrick Cardinale and his wife Cathy, Kathy King and her husband Matthew and Renee Sokol and her husband Jerry; dear grandmother of Roland Cardinale, Candice and Brittany King and Stephanie Sokol; dear sister of Bertha Maliszewski and Helen Seymanowski. A Vigil Service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26), on Tuesday at 8 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, on Wednesday at 10:30 A.M. Interment St. Stanislaus Cemetery.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,sun reporter | February 10, 2007
Vincent L. Cardinale Sr., a retired letter carrier who survived the Dec. 7, 1941, attack at Pearl Harbor and was later active in Italian-American organizations, died Feb. 3 of lung disease at his Dundalk home. He was 82. Born and raised in Little Italy, he attended St. Michael parochial school and also delivered ice and milk. One day he told his mother he was going out to buy cigarettes. He lied about his age and enlisted in the Army at age 17. He was assigned to the Schofield Barracks at Honolulu.
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By Rona Kobell and Rona Kobell,Sun reporter | May 5, 2008
Berlin Mayor Thomas A. Cardinale, a Baltimore native who was nearing the end of his first term as the top official of the growing Worcester County town, died of a heart attack Saturday. He was 69. Mr. Cardinale was born in Little Italy. He was one of 11 children growing up in an Orleans Street rowhouse. After earning a teaching degree at the University of Maryland, Mr. Cardinale taught graphic arts and printing classes in Baltimore City and Baltimore and Howard counties. He raised his family in the Baltimore area, and enjoyed frequent summer trips to Ocean City.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,sun reporter | February 10, 2007
Vincent L. Cardinale Sr., a retired letter carrier who survived the Dec. 7, 1941, attack at Pearl Harbor and was later active in Italian-American organizations, died Feb. 3 of lung disease at his Dundalk home. He was 82. Born and raised in Little Italy, he attended St. Michael parochial school and also delivered ice and milk. One day he told his mother he was going out to buy cigarettes. He lied about his age and enlisted in the Army at age 17. He was assigned to the Schofield Barracks at Honolulu.
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By New York Daily News | March 12, 1992
NEW YORK -- Turncoat underboss Salvatore "Sammy Bull" Gravano killed his brother-in-law, then attended a funeral "for the hand" because the victim was dismembered and other body parts were never found.The chilling story was disclosed at the John Gotti trial yesterday by Anthony Cardinale, a lawyer for Gotti's co-defendant, but the jury never got to hear it because the judge ruled it too inflammatory.The victim was Gravano's wife's 22-year-old brother, Nick Scibetta, who was murdered in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, in 1978.
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By New York Times News Service | March 18, 1992
NEW YORK -- John Gotti told a lawyer in a taped conversation replayed by the defense yesterday that he was not involved in the murder of Paul Castellano, a central charge in his racketeering-murder trial.In the conversation, which the government taped in 1989 with a bug hidden in the hallway of the Ravenite Social Club, Mr. Gotti spoke to a lawyer, Gerald L. Shargel, about the possibility of being arrested for the Castellano murder."If, if I'm gonna get pinched," he said on the tape, "I'll break their [obscenity]
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,SUN STAFF | June 19, 1998
Two years ago, Tom Cardinale unsuccessfully tried to block the demolition of the 18th-century Samuel Owings House. Now, with a developer's plans to build a life-size replica of the house still unfulfilled, the 60-year-old home improvement contractor says he's going to build his own version.And he's going to build it by hand, brick by tiny brick.His dream is a miniature version of the house named after the founder of Owings Mills, and to build it, Cardinale is willing to sell something dear to his heart: an elaborately detailed, miniature Victorian home he and his late brother built.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2001
A co-owner of a coffeehouse in Mount Vernon was shot in the head and killed yesterday, apparently in a daylight robbery as he walked to a bank to deposit the morning receipts, city police said. John P. Darda, 43, lived in Bel Air with his wife and three children. He was part-owner of the City Cafe, a popular meeting place for students, bankers, artisans, florists and attorneys who make Mount Vernon an eclectic midtown neighborhood. "He was just a businessman doing his job," said Frank Cooper, a maintenance worker at the cafe building who talked with Darda almost daily.
NEWS
April 4, 2006
On April 1, 2006, ANNE CARDINALE (nee Swiderski); devoted wife of Pasquale Cardinale; loving mother of Patrick Cardinale and his wife Cathy, Kathy King and her husband Matthew and Renee Sokol and her husband Jerry; dear grandmother of Roland Cardinale, Candice and Brittany King and Stephanie Sokol; dear sister of Bertha Maliszewski and Helen Seymanowski. A Vigil Service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26), on Tuesday at 8 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, on Wednesday at 10:30 A.M. Interment St. Stanislaus Cemetery.
NEWS
August 21, 2005
On August 15, 2005, KIMBERLYCARDINALE of Hollywood, CA; beloved daughter of the late Anthony and Judy Cardinale; devoted sister of Tina M. Hamrick and Michael and Wendy Cardinale; dear aunt of James M. Webb, Ava and Nicolas Cardinale. Memorial services were held on Saturday, August 20 at Mission Hills Catholic Mortuary in Mission Hills, CA.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | August 16, 2001
In tearful testimony, a former City Cafe employee admitted in court yesterday his role in the shooting death of owner John P. Darda and was sentenced to 35 years in prison. In pleading guilty to first-degree murder yesterday, Derrick Bernard Quarles, 20, apologized to Darda's family for the killing before Circuit Judge Wanda K. Heard sentenced him. "I just want to say I'm sorry about what happened," Quarles said, crying. "To my family and theirs just, I just got ... caught up with the wrong people.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2001
A co-owner of a coffeehouse in Mount Vernon was shot in the head and killed yesterday, apparently in a daylight robbery as he walked to a bank to deposit the morning receipts, city police said. John P. Darda, 43, lived in Bel Air with his wife and three children. He was part-owner of the City Cafe, a popular meeting place for students, bankers, artisans, florists and attorneys who make Mount Vernon an eclectic midtown neighborhood. "He was just a businessman doing his job," said Frank Cooper, a maintenance worker at the cafe building who talked with Darda almost daily.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to the Sun | October 8, 2000
The guys arrived at the Waxter Center in big puffy Afros and slippery polyester shirts unbuttoned to the solar plexus, displaying yards of gold chains snaking through oodles of chest hair. Owl-eyed girls came, too, their faces sparkling in shiny makeup, framed by sausage curl flipped-back hair. And let's not forget white patent leather platform shoes. Who knew the '70s could be so ghastly -- and so much fun? That was, of course, the point at Chase Brexton Health Services' Retro Dance Party.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,SUN STAFF | June 19, 1998
Two years ago, Tom Cardinale unsuccessfully tried to block the demolition of the 18th-century Samuel Owings House. Now, with a developer's plans to build a life-size replica of the house still unfulfilled, the 60-year-old home improvement contractor says he's going to build his own version.And he's going to build it by hand, brick by tiny brick.His dream is a miniature version of the house named after the founder of Owings Mills, and to build it, Cardinale is willing to sell something dear to his heart: an elaborately detailed, miniature Victorian home he and his late brother built.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to the Sun | October 8, 2000
The guys arrived at the Waxter Center in big puffy Afros and slippery polyester shirts unbuttoned to the solar plexus, displaying yards of gold chains snaking through oodles of chest hair. Owl-eyed girls came, too, their faces sparkling in shiny makeup, framed by sausage curl flipped-back hair. And let's not forget white patent leather platform shoes. Who knew the '70s could be so ghastly -- and so much fun? That was, of course, the point at Chase Brexton Health Services' Retro Dance Party.
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