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June 1, 2003
ON Tuesday, May 27, 2003, LENORA M. CHURCHMAN, of Greenbelt, MD, formerly of Middle River, MD. Beloved wife of the late Henry N. Churchman; mother of Sandra Laake; mother-in-law of Walter Laake; grandmother of Dana Thomas, Kimberly Benson and Kevin Laake; great-grandmother of Rasta Thomas and Caleb Benson; sister of Mary Prisco of Houston, TX. and the late Ethel BarrierRelatives and friends may call at COLLINS FUNERAL HOME, 500 University Blvd, West, Silver...
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2013
Augustine H. "Humpy" Stump Jr., a retired Baltimore insurance executive who had been president of Stump, Harvey & Cook Co. Inc. and an active churchman and volunteer, died Sunday of complications from a fall and pneumonia at Springwell, a Mount Washington senior-living community. He was 87. "He was smart, worked hard and liked people," said his brother, Dawson Stump of Owings Mills, who had been vice president and secretary at Stump, Harvey & Cook. "He had a great outgoing personality and liked the job and worked hard at it. " Augustine Herman Stump Jr. was born in Baltimore and raised in Owings Mills.
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August 8, 1991
Norman Percy Churchman, senior vice president and chairman of the board of the Enterprise Electric Co., died unexpectedly Sunday of kidney failure at Union Memorial Hospital. He was 80.A memorial service for Mr. Churchman, of Bayonne Avenue in Hamilton, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Episcopal Church of the Messiah, 5801 Harford Road.In 1943, the Detroit native moved to Baltimore, becoming one of three owners of Enterprise Electric.At the time of his death, he was senior vice president and chairman of the board of the company, now the largest unionized electrical contracting company on the East Coast.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | April 7, 2010
Frank Edie Curran Jr., a retired refrigerated truck body salesman who was active in Episcopal Church affairs, died March 30 of lymphoma at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The longtime Ruxton resident was 82. Mr. Curran was born and raised in Greensboro, N.C. After graduating from Greensboro High School in 1945, he earned a bachelor's degree in 1949 in business from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He began his business career in sales for the White Motor Co., manufacturer of trucks and automobiles.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2013
Augustine H. "Humpy" Stump Jr., a retired Baltimore insurance executive who had been president of Stump, Harvey & Cook Co. Inc. and an active churchman and volunteer, died Sunday of complications from a fall and pneumonia at Springwell, a Mount Washington senior-living community. He was 87. "He was smart, worked hard and liked people," said his brother, Dawson Stump of Owings Mills, who had been vice president and secretary at Stump, Harvey & Cook. "He had a great outgoing personality and liked the job and worked hard at it. " Augustine Herman Stump Jr. was born in Baltimore and raised in Owings Mills.
NEWS
August 25, 2005
on August 19, 2005, ETHEL L. FAIR. She is survived by a host of relatives and friends. Friends and family may call at the family owned HOWELL FUNERAL HOME, 4600 Liberty Heights Avenue on Thursday from 3 to 7 P.M. Family will receive friends on Friday at the Higher Dimension Christian Center, 2900 Liberty Heigts Avenue. Wake will begin from 10 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. and services to follow. Interment in Arbutus Memorial Park.loving wife of the late Andrew Guiffrida, Beloved mother of Dawn Aybar.
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May 4, 2006
On May 1, 2006, MARY ELLEN ( nee Kikola) SKOPINSKI beloved wife of Walter Skopinski, dearest mother of Justin and Michael Skopinski, dear daughter of Stephen and Kathleen Kikola, loving sister of Catherine Krug, Stephanie Talino and Madeline Churchman. Family will meet friends on Friday, May 5 from 10 to 11 A.M., with services to follow at Austin Eberly Funeral Home, 104 W. Main Street, Dallastown, PA. 717-244-5704.
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November 25, 1998
John Yook Hong Chin, 73, laundry owner, churchmanJohn Yook Hong Chin, who owned and operated a hand laundry and was an active churchman, died Nov. 18 of undetermined causes at Harbor Hospital Center. He was 73.Born and educated in Canton, China, he immigrated to Baltimore in 1941.The 50-year West Baltimore resident established the Charles Hong Laundry on West North Avenue in 1949 and operated it until he retired in 1984.He was long active in the affairs of Grace & St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Mount Vernon, where services were held Monday , and served as vestryman, thurifer and chalicist.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | October 24, 1998
In October 1898, a group of 70 Episcopalian laymen gathered at the suggestion of their bishop at Baltimore's Rennert Hotel to form an organization that, according to its bylaws, was "to cultivate a better acquaintance among the churchmen of the Diocese of Maryland."Tonight, the Churchman's Club of the Diocese of Maryland will meet for its 100th-anniversary celebration.The gala at the Cathedral of the Incarnation will feature the Rt. Rev. John L. Rabb, the recently consecrated bishop suffragan, as the featured speaker.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,SUN STAFF | June 27, 1998
From her perch 170 feet above the ground, inside the steel catwalk of a light tower at the Ravens' stadium, Ginny Churchman has a panoramic view of the Inner Harbor, Oriole Park and, in the distant haze, the Francis Scott Key Bridge.But her eyes are fixed on the muddy boots of a co-worker down on the field, some 400 feet away.An assistant project manager for Enterprise Electric, Churchman is responsible for getting each of the 612 lights on the stadium towers aimed at the proper place. It's an exacting process, done to the exacting standards of network television.
NEWS
May 4, 2006
On May 1, 2006, MARY ELLEN ( nee Kikola) SKOPINSKI beloved wife of Walter Skopinski, dearest mother of Justin and Michael Skopinski, dear daughter of Stephen and Kathleen Kikola, loving sister of Catherine Krug, Stephanie Talino and Madeline Churchman. Family will meet friends on Friday, May 5 from 10 to 11 A.M., with services to follow at Austin Eberly Funeral Home, 104 W. Main Street, Dallastown, PA. 717-244-5704.
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August 25, 2005
on August 19, 2005, ETHEL L. FAIR. She is survived by a host of relatives and friends. Friends and family may call at the family owned HOWELL FUNERAL HOME, 4600 Liberty Heights Avenue on Thursday from 3 to 7 P.M. Family will receive friends on Friday at the Higher Dimension Christian Center, 2900 Liberty Heigts Avenue. Wake will begin from 10 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. and services to follow. Interment in Arbutus Memorial Park.loving wife of the late Andrew Guiffrida, Beloved mother of Dawn Aybar.
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June 1, 2003
ON Tuesday, May 27, 2003, LENORA M. CHURCHMAN, of Greenbelt, MD, formerly of Middle River, MD. Beloved wife of the late Henry N. Churchman; mother of Sandra Laake; mother-in-law of Walter Laake; grandmother of Dana Thomas, Kimberly Benson and Kevin Laake; great-grandmother of Rasta Thomas and Caleb Benson; sister of Mary Prisco of Houston, TX. and the late Ethel BarrierRelatives and friends may call at COLLINS FUNERAL HOME, 500 University Blvd, West, Silver...
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January 10, 2003
Carl Milton Knobel, a retired electrician and church Sunday school superintendent, died of heart failure Monday at Good Samaritan Hospital. The Fullerton resident was 91. Born in Baltimore and raised in Fullerton, he attended Fullerton School on Belair Road. He retired Dec. 29, 1981, as an investigator for Baltimore County's Electrical Administrative Board. The County Council declared it Carl M. Knobel Day in recognition of his 16 years of service. He earlier had run an electrical contracting business based in Fullerton, and as a young man was an estimator at the Washington Navy Yard.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 24, 2002
LONDON - Britain announced yesterday that Rowan Williams, a Welsh churchman outspokenly in favor of gay clergy and female priests and opposed to Western militarism, would be the new spiritual leader of the world's 70 million Anglicans. Williams, 52, will become the 104th archbishop of Canterbury in October, succeeding George Carey, 67, who is retiring after 11 years in the post. He will be the first Anglican leader from outside England since the church broke away from Rome in the 16th century.
NEWS
July 11, 2002
James A. Banks, a retired postal employee and a church elder, died Sunday of a heart attack at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 73 and lived in the Pimlico section of Northwest Baltimore. He retired in 1988 after working 29 years for the downtown post office on East Fayette Street. As a young man he did building maintenance for Rose Shanis Loan Co. An elder in Sweet Hope Free Will Baptist Church in Northwest Baltimore, he conducted a prison ministry -- two services monthly -- at Patuxent Institution correctional facility in Jessup for the past 19 years.
NEWS
March 29, 1996
V. L. Churchman, 82, avid golfer and homemakerVirginia Lucy Churchman, a homemaker and avid golfer, died Monday of cancer at Manor Care Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Ruxton. The Hamilton resident was 82.Born Virginia McClenaghan in Detroit, she traveled the United States with her parents and learned weaving and flower arranging in her youth, skills at which she later excelled.In 1936, she married Norman P. Churchman in Detroit. They moved to Baltimore County in 1942 and, eight years later, settled in Hamilton.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2002
In the months that clergy sexual abuse of children has embroiled the American Catholic Church, Cardinal William H. Keeler has skirted the scandal. He has only reluctantly addressed the issue, speaking out much later than many of his fellow cardinals. In his public statements, he has used carefully crafted, sometimes legalistic language. Exasperated with the intense scrutiny of the church, he blamed a media "feeding frenzy." Now the scandal has arrived on his doorstep. First were allegations by a former nun that she was raped by a priest and that Keeler was dismissive of her. Then last week, Baltimore drew national attention when a young man was accused of shooting a priest he claimed sexually abused him as a teen.
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