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May 7, 2003
On May 5, 2003, JOSEPHINE BACKERT (nee Owsianiecki), beloved wife of the late George C. Backert; devoted mother of Marie Anderson and husband Charles Anderson; grandmother of Kim Nistico and her husband Anthony Nistico, Charles Anderson Jr. and wife Joyce Anderson; great-grandmother of Melina Nistico and Anthony Nistico. Services are private.
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March 6, 2007
Charles E. Anderson Jr., a former Hampden auto body shop owner and businessman, died Wednesday of non-Hodgkins lymphoma at his Rodgers Forge home. He was 57. Mr. Anderson was born in Baltimore and raised in Parkville. After graduating from Parkville High School in 1967, he attended the University of Baltimore. For more than two decades, until he closed the business in the 1980s, Mr. Anderson owned and operated First Class Body Shop in Hampden. He later managed the body shop departments of Chesapeake Cadillac, Wilkins Buick and Anderson Automotive Group.
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SPORTS
October 8, 1990
Numbers2 * Jeffrey Young, Mervo, 14 carries, 224 yards.Best passers* Buddy Edmond, Patterson, 10-for-20, 341 yards, 4 TDs.* Diara Davis, Southwestern, 16-for-26, 328 yards, 3 TDs.F: * John Ray, North County, 21-for-39, 297 yards, 3 TDs.easBest receivers* Damon Martin, North County, 10 catches, 143 yards, 1 TD.* Kenneth Clark, Patterson, 5 catches, 138 yards, 1 TD.K? * Charles Anderson, Patterson, 3 catches, 135 yards, 2 TDs.
NEWS
September 24, 2006
"Witness our hands this 23rd day of September 1775. We whose names are subscribed do hereby enroll ourselves into a company of militia ... and we do promise and engage that we will respectively march to such places of this province ... to fight against whomever we shall be commanded." With this pronouncement, freemen and freeholders of Harford County between the ages of 15 and 60 joined Company No. 3 under the command of Capt. Charles Anderson. One of more than 17 companies formed in accordance with the recommendation of the Provincial Assembly in Annapolis, the group of 64 was made up of recruits, substitutes and drafts.
NEWS
August 3, 2004
On August 1, 2004, MARIE A., beloved wife of the late Nelson Gischel; devoted mother of the late Robert Gischel; dear mother-in-law of Sandra Gischel; and loving grandmother of Jennifer Litchfield and Regan Blades; great grandmother of Brooke Blades; sister of Charles Anderson. Funeral from the GONCE FUNERAL SERVICE, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway, on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Family requests friends call on Tuesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.
NEWS
September 24, 2006
"Witness our hands this 23rd day of September 1775. We whose names are subscribed do hereby enroll ourselves into a company of militia ... and we do promise and engage that we will respectively march to such places of this province ... to fight against whomever we shall be commanded." With this pronouncement, freemen and freeholders of Harford County between the ages of 15 and 60 joined Company No. 3 under the command of Capt. Charles Anderson. One of more than 17 companies formed in accordance with the recommendation of the Provincial Assembly in Annapolis, the group of 64 was made up of recruits, substitutes and drafts.
SPORTS
By Derek Toney | October 27, 1990
No. 14 Patterson (7-1, 2-0) nearly blew a 21-point halftime lead, but held on to turn back visiting Dunbar (5-2, 2-1), 21-16, and take sole possession of first place in the Maryland Scholastic Association B Conference, Division I yesterday.The Poets, trailing, 21-16, had a chance to score in the final minutes after Patterson's John Sauer fumbled and Dunbar's Derrick Player recovered at the Clippers' 25 with a little more than three minutes left.The Poets moved the ball to the 9, but on a fourth-and-seven, the Clippers' Kenneth Clark knocked down a pass intended for the Poets' Travis Blackston to save the victory.
NEWS
By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1997
All day long, they came to Essex to visit lost friends -- their boats.But yesterday -- a day after a fast-burning fire destroyed 80 pleasure boats and speedboats and damaged 20 others at Anderson Bros. Boatel and Boat Sales -- boat owners were being kept off the site because of safety concerns, as fire and police investigators combed the scene."Like most sailors, I can bounce back from this, but I'd like to see how much damage was done to my boat," said Bob Mann, one of the mourners outside the boatyard fence on Holly Neck Road.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | July 10, 2002
Charles William Anderson, former Owings Mills High School art department chairman who built scenes for the movie Tin Men, died Saturday of cancer at his Randallstown home. He was 61. In his 36 years with the Baltimore County school system, he taught photography and art at Sparrows Point High School and at Owings Mills. "Charles always taught with a sense of humor. He made his students - and his fellow church members - laugh often," said Bonnie Green, a friend who is a retired assistant principal of Lockerman-Bundy Elementary School in Baltimore.
NEWS
March 4, 1991
Services for Charles F. Anderson, a retired C&P Telephone Co. repairman, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Singleton Funeral Home in Glen Burnie.Mr. Anderson, a lifelong resident of Ferndale, died Friday of an apparent heart attack at his son's home in Mexico City. He was 86.Born in Washington, he was a graduate of the Polytechnic Institute.Mr. Anderson worked at C&P for more than 50 years. He retired in 1969.Mr. Anderson's wife, the former Dorothy M. Atlee, died in June.He is survived by three sons, David W. Anderson of Mexico City, Michael L. Anderson of Ferndale and Eric C. Anderson of Bowie; a daughter, Jean A. Thompson of Maryland City; nine grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
NEWS
August 3, 2004
On August 1, 2004, MARIE A., beloved wife of the late Nelson Gischel; devoted mother of the late Robert Gischel; dear mother-in-law of Sandra Gischel; and loving grandmother of Jennifer Litchfield and Regan Blades; great grandmother of Brooke Blades; sister of Charles Anderson. Funeral from the GONCE FUNERAL SERVICE, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway, on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Family requests friends call on Tuesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.
NEWS
May 7, 2003
On May 5, 2003, JOSEPHINE BACKERT (nee Owsianiecki), beloved wife of the late George C. Backert; devoted mother of Marie Anderson and husband Charles Anderson; grandmother of Kim Nistico and her husband Anthony Nistico, Charles Anderson Jr. and wife Joyce Anderson; great-grandmother of Melina Nistico and Anthony Nistico. Services are private.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | July 10, 2002
Charles William Anderson, former Owings Mills High School art department chairman who built scenes for the movie Tin Men, died Saturday of cancer at his Randallstown home. He was 61. In his 36 years with the Baltimore County school system, he taught photography and art at Sparrows Point High School and at Owings Mills. "Charles always taught with a sense of humor. He made his students - and his fellow church members - laugh often," said Bonnie Green, a friend who is a retired assistant principal of Lockerman-Bundy Elementary School in Baltimore.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | November 12, 1999
Charles Robert Anderson, a former professor of American literature at the Johns Hopkins University and a noted literary critic, author and scholar, died Nov. 5 of pneumonia at Roper Hospital in Charleston, S.C. He was 97.Mr. Anderson, who lived in Ruxton while teaching at the Homewood campus from 1941 until retiring in 1969, was the first professor hired to teach American literature at the university."By the time Charles got out of graduate school, it was becoming clear that there was enough quality American literature to make it a separate field of study, and he was the first person to teach at Hopkins whose specialty was American literature," said John T. Irwin, a member of the English department at Hopkins who teaches in the university's writing seminar.
NEWS
By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1997
All day long, they came to Essex to visit lost friends -- their boats.But yesterday -- a day after a fast-burning fire destroyed 80 pleasure boats and speedboats and damaged 20 others at Anderson Bros. Boatel and Boat Sales -- boat owners were being kept off the site because of safety concerns, as fire and police investigators combed the scene."Like most sailors, I can bounce back from this, but I'd like to see how much damage was done to my boat," said Bob Mann, one of the mourners outside the boatyard fence on Holly Neck Road.
NEWS
March 4, 1991
Services for Charles F. Anderson, a retired C&P Telephone Co. repairman, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Singleton Funeral Home in Glen Burnie.Mr. Anderson, a lifelong resident of Ferndale, died Friday of an apparent heart attack at his son's home in Mexico City. He was 86.Born in Washington, he was a graduate of the Polytechnic Institute.Mr. Anderson worked at C&P for more than 50 years. He retired in 1969.Mr. Anderson's wife, the former Dorothy M. Atlee, died in June.He is survived by three sons, David W. Anderson of Mexico City, Michael L. Anderson of Ferndale and Eric C. Anderson of Bowie; a daughter, Jean A. Thompson of Maryland City; nine grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | November 12, 1999
Charles Robert Anderson, a former professor of American literature at the Johns Hopkins University and a noted literary critic, author and scholar, died Nov. 5 of pneumonia at Roper Hospital in Charleston, S.C. He was 97.Mr. Anderson, who lived in Ruxton while teaching at the Homewood campus from 1941 until retiring in 1969, was the first professor hired to teach American literature at the university."By the time Charles got out of graduate school, it was becoming clear that there was enough quality American literature to make it a separate field of study, and he was the first person to teach at Hopkins whose specialty was American literature," said John T. Irwin, a member of the English department at Hopkins who teaches in the university's writing seminar.
NEWS
March 6, 2007
Charles E. Anderson Jr., a former Hampden auto body shop owner and businessman, died Wednesday of non-Hodgkins lymphoma at his Rodgers Forge home. He was 57. Mr. Anderson was born in Baltimore and raised in Parkville. After graduating from Parkville High School in 1967, he attended the University of Baltimore. For more than two decades, until he closed the business in the 1980s, Mr. Anderson owned and operated First Class Body Shop in Hampden. He later managed the body shop departments of Chesapeake Cadillac, Wilkins Buick and Anderson Automotive Group.
SPORTS
By Derek Toney | October 27, 1990
No. 14 Patterson (7-1, 2-0) nearly blew a 21-point halftime lead, but held on to turn back visiting Dunbar (5-2, 2-1), 21-16, and take sole possession of first place in the Maryland Scholastic Association B Conference, Division I yesterday.The Poets, trailing, 21-16, had a chance to score in the final minutes after Patterson's John Sauer fumbled and Dunbar's Derrick Player recovered at the Clippers' 25 with a little more than three minutes left.The Poets moved the ball to the 9, but on a fourth-and-seven, the Clippers' Kenneth Clark knocked down a pass intended for the Poets' Travis Blackston to save the victory.
SPORTS
October 8, 1990
Numbers2 * Jeffrey Young, Mervo, 14 carries, 224 yards.Best passers* Buddy Edmond, Patterson, 10-for-20, 341 yards, 4 TDs.* Diara Davis, Southwestern, 16-for-26, 328 yards, 3 TDs.F: * John Ray, North County, 21-for-39, 297 yards, 3 TDs.easBest receivers* Damon Martin, North County, 10 catches, 143 yards, 1 TD.* Kenneth Clark, Patterson, 5 catches, 138 yards, 1 TD.K? * Charles Anderson, Patterson, 3 catches, 135 yards, 2 TDs.
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