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October 26, 2003
On October 23, 2003, MICHAEL A. (Tony/Dunbar) CLAIBORNE of Penhurst Avenue. On Tuesday, Mr. Claiborne will lie in state at 5 P.M. in Christian Unity Temple C.C. Church, 3900 Groveland Avenue, family hour 6:30 P.M., celebration 7 P.M. Services entrusted to HARI P. CLOSE FUNERAL SERVICE, P.A., 410-327-3100.
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February 3, 2010
On January 30, 2010, MRS. CLAIBORNE. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Ave. on Friday 2 to 8 P.M. The family will receive friends at New Carmel Star Baptist Church, 1847 W. Baltimore St. on Saturday at 10 A.M. Funeral at 10:30.
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November 8, 2006
On November 7, 2006, MRS. CLAIBORNE. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Avenue on Thursday 3 to 8 P.M. The family will receive friends in the chapel on Friday at 10 A.M. Funeral to follow at 10:30 A.M.
NEWS
November 18, 2009
On November 15, 2009, KYONA MARIE CLAIBORNE. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Avenue, Friday, 6-8 P.M. Family will receive friends at the chapel on Saturday 10 A.M. Funeral to follow at 10:30 A.M.
NEWS
October 20, 2006
Regina Constance Claiborne, a retired public school social worker, died of cancer Sunday at her Woodlawn home. She was 67. The Baltimore native was raised on Pulaski Street and worked as an administrative secretary for the former state Department of Motor Vehicles on Howard Street after her 1958 graduation from Douglass High School. She held a secretarial position at the Social Security Administration headquarters in Woodlawn from 1960 to 1963, then worked for the U.S. Department of Transportation in Washington.
FEATURES
By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Sun Staff Writer | August 14, 1994
Claiborne, Md. -- There's a fat white bunny sniffing out the carrots painted up the side rails of a bright blue step stool. There's a yellow, red and blue double "partners" desk for the grade school set, with a monkey and a lion peering through the "bars" of the side pieces, a circle-back chair with a crab instead of a shield in its center, pastel dining chairs decorated with fruit, a "Hoosier" cabinet with mirrored bird insets, and end tables with the...
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By Rob Kasper and Rob Kasper,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2000
As word of Craig Claiborne's death filtered through the food world yesterday, the vivacious epicure was remembered as a critic with a keen palate who loved good food and the good life. Claiborne was a native of Sunflower, Miss., who went on to study at the Swiss Hotelkeepers Association school in Lausanne, Switzerland, become a restaurant critic and the first male food editor of the New York Times and write more than 20 cookbooks, including probably his most well-known work, "The New York Times Cookbook."
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2003
Harford County has fired one of the top officials in its information systems office and confirmed that the former employee is the subject of an investigation looking into the alleged theft and sale of government computer equipment. "He has been terminated as of the first of May," James C. Richardson, director of human resources, said of Terry Claiborne, who was in charge of purchasing computer equipment for the county. John J. O'Neill Jr., director of administration, confirmed that Claiborne is the subject of an investigation, but he declined to offer details.
NEWS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | August 14, 2003
A former top official of the information systems department of Harford County government and his wife were indicted yesterday on charges of theft of computers and other equipment from the county. Terry Claiborne and Michelle Claiborne were each indicted on charges of theft over $500, attempted theft over $500 and conspiracy to commit theft, according to Joseph I. Cassilly, state's attorney for Harford County. The Claibornes are expected to surrender tomorrow, Cassilly said. The indictment, handed up by the Harford County grand jury, charges the couple with theft of computers, laptops, digital and movie cameras, a projector and other computer hardware, software and supplies.
NEWS
October 16, 1996
Pierre Franey, 75, the French chef who became the "60-Minute Gourmet," died early yesterday.Best known for the quick-cooking column and his 20-year collaboration with Craig Claiborne of the New York Times, Mr. Franey became ill while traveling from France aboard the Queen Elizabeth II. He was treated by the ship's doctor and entered the hospital in Southampton, N.Y., when the ship docked Monday. He apparently suffered a stroke.He was born in Tonnerre, France, and moved to the United States in 1939 to work at the restaurant at the French pavilion at the New York World's Fair.
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By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,tim.wheeler@baltsun.com | May 25, 2009
The thick, milky white liquid looks like Elmer's glue, though it's greasy to the touch. It has a sweet, alcohol smell. It's not your father's heating oil, to be sure. But it will do the same job, says Cary J. Claiborne, and a lot more cleanly. Claiborne is president and chief executive officer of New Generation Biofuels, a Florida-based startup that's producing fuel from vegetable and soybean oil at a small production plant it set up this year in southern Baltimore. "It's very biodegradable," Claiborne says as he dips his finger into a small bottle holding a sample of a recent batch.
FEATURES
By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun reporter | June 28, 2007
Liz Claiborne, who was one of the first designers to dress the American working woman and built a vast business using her name as a recognizable brand, died Tuesday at New York Presbyterian Hospital from cancer. She was 78. Her personal assistant, Gwen Satterfield, reported her death yesterday. Ms. Claiborne, who began her career in New York in 1950, was one of the most recognizable names in fashion in the 1970s and 1980s, particularly among women who wanted quality, career-appropriate clothing and style, too. Ms. Claiborne and her husband, Arthur Ortenberg, founded Liz Claiborne Inc. in 1976.
NEWS
October 20, 2006
Regina Constance Claiborne, a retired public school social worker, died of cancer Sunday at her Woodlawn home. She was 67. The Baltimore native was raised on Pulaski Street and worked as an administrative secretary for the former state Department of Motor Vehicles on Howard Street after her 1958 graduation from Douglass High School. She held a secretarial position at the Social Security Administration headquarters in Woodlawn from 1960 to 1963, then worked for the U.S. Department of Transportation in Washington.
NEWS
October 26, 2003
On October 23, 2003, MICHAEL A. (Tony/Dunbar) CLAIBORNE of Penhurst Avenue. On Tuesday, Mr. Claiborne will lie in state at 5 P.M. in Christian Unity Temple C.C. Church, 3900 Groveland Avenue, family hour 6:30 P.M., celebration 7 P.M. Services entrusted to HARI P. CLOSE FUNERAL SERVICE, P.A., 410-327-3100.
NEWS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | August 14, 2003
A former top official of the information systems department of Harford County government and his wife were indicted yesterday on charges of theft of computers and other equipment from the county. Terry Claiborne and Michelle Claiborne were each indicted on charges of theft over $500, attempted theft over $500 and conspiracy to commit theft, according to Joseph I. Cassilly, state's attorney for Harford County. The Claibornes are expected to surrender tomorrow, Cassilly said. The indictment, handed up by the Harford County grand jury, charges the couple with theft of computers, laptops, digital and movie cameras, a projector and other computer hardware, software and supplies.
NEWS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2003
Harford County has fired one of the top officials in its information systems office and confirmed that the former employee is the subject of an investigation looking into the alleged theft and sale of government computer equipment. "He has been terminated as of the first of May," James C. Richardson, director of human resources, said of Terry Claiborne, who was in charge of purchasing computer equipment for the county. John J. O'Neill Jr., director of administration, confirmed that Claiborne is the subject of an investigation, but he declined to offer details.
FEATURES
By Donna Peremes | November 18, 1990
First Issue is a 2-year-old chain of retail boutiques that is a project of the Liz Claiborne Retail Group.AWhile not designed by Ms. Claiborne, First Issue -- which is both a store and a label sold exclusively at that store -- does reflect Ms. Claiborne's organizational approach to designing."
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