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February 8, 2004
On February 6, 2004, ALICE MANNING COLGAN; beloved wife of the late Edward Paul Colgan. Service and interment private. Arrangements by the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc.
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By JAY HANCOCK | May 16, 2009
Do commuter pilots flying from BWI to Newark or other short-hop destinations know what they're doing? Do they make more than, say, a fry cook at Fuddruckers? Are they as seemingly clueless and careless as the pilots who crashed Continental Connection Flight 3407 in Buffalo, killing themselves and 48 others? The airlines and their flacks are full of reassurance. I'm not reassured. Regional-airline regulations, like rules for subprime mortgages, need an overhaul. The companies that operated the Buffalo flight and paid co-pilot Rebecca Shaw $16,254 a year handled more than 100,000 passengers at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport during the 12 months ending in March.
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NEWS
September 15, 2003
On September 12, 2003, VICTORIA J. COLGAN, at her home in San Francisco, CA; beloved daughter of the late Sally A. and Roland B. Colgan; dear sister of Nancy Colgan, of Towson, MD, Bartlett Colgan, of Phoenix, MD, Helen Colgan, of Pacifica, CA and Mary Kollmorgen, of Tulsa, OK. Also survived by a niece and several nephews. Memorial donations in her name would be appreciated by ALCASE (Alliance For Lung Cancer), Unit 78, PO Box 4800, Portland, OR 97208-4800.
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By ILYCE GLINK | July 11, 2008
How do you turn 17,000 acres, 5,000 acres or even 300 acres into a single community that works? By thinking about what kinds of infrastructure, amenities, recreation and vocational opportunities will attract residents to the area over the long haul, community planners and developers say. "We try to understand what [and who] that user is, and that's not easy to do," notes Robert Folzenlogen, director of planning and design for AllianceTexas Hillwood Properties. The company is developing Alliance Town Center, a 1,000-acre piece of a 17,000-acre parcel outside Dallas.
NEWS
December 28, 2003
GEORGE C. COLGAN JR., formerly of Baltimore, died December 24, in Orlando, FL., Survivors include wife Cynthia, his children Gary Colgan, Sandy Rogers, Debbie Geraci, sister Janice Hammerbacher. Arrangements by Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando, FL., 407-898-2561.
NEWS
July 2, 2006
NANCY ANNE, a former resident of Baltimore, MD, died Tuesday, May 16, 2006, in Owasso, OK at the age of 62 years. She was born June 22, 1943, in Baltimore, MD, to Roland Bartlett and Sarah (Sally) Anne (O'Donnell) Colgan. The oldest of their five children, she graduated from the Institute of Notre Dame High School and continued her education at the Notre Dame College for Women, where she earned a bachelor's degree in Secondary Education. She completed her formal education with a master's degree from Towson State University.
NEWS
February 13, 2004
Alice May Colgan, a homemaker and former high school teacher, died Feb. 6 at Oak Crest Village in Parkville, where she had lived since 1996. She was 101 and formerly resided for many years in Baltimore's Govans neighborhood. Born Alice May Manning in Martins Ferry, Ohio, she graduated from high school in Waynesburg, Pa., and in 1923 from Pennsylvania State University. She later studied at Columbia and Duke universities. She taught at Pennsylvania high schools in Burgettstown, Waynesburg and Mount Lebanon before moving to Baltimore in 1935 at the time of her marriage to Edward Paul Colgan.
NEWS
January 11, 2005
Alice C. Colgan, a homemaker and former Lutherville resident, died of heart failure Thursday at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. She was 73. Born Alice Cooke in Philadelphia, she was raised in Havertown, Pa. She was married in 1953 to Joseph T. Colgan, and they lived for many years in Lutherville until moving to Ocean Pines eight years ago. Mrs. Colgan was an avid gardener and tennis player, and she enjoyed cooking and traveling....
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN REPORTER | October 30, 2006
August T. McColgan Sr., a decorated World War II veteran who went on to handle one of the Army's toughest public relations assignments, died of cancer Thursday at Stella Maris Hospice. The longtime Towson resident was 86. Born in Baltimore, he graduated in 1938 from Mount St. Joseph High School. He joined the 5th Regiment of the Maryland National Guard in 1935 while still in school. When the Guard was called into federal service in 1941, he was assigned to train soldiers at Fort A.P. Hill in Virginia.
NEWS
July 2, 2006
NANCY ANNE, a former resident of Baltimore, MD, died Tuesday, May 16, 2006, in Owasso, OK at the age of 62 years. She was born June 22, 1943, in Baltimore, MD, to Roland Bartlett and Sarah (Sally) Anne (O'Donnell) Colgan. The oldest of their five children, she graduated from the Institute of Notre Dame High School and continued her education at the Notre Dame College for Women, where she earned a bachelor's degree in Secondary Education. She completed her formal education with a master's degree from Towson State University.
NEWS
January 11, 2005
Alice C. Colgan, a homemaker and former Lutherville resident, died of heart failure Thursday at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. She was 73. Born Alice Cooke in Philadelphia, she was raised in Havertown, Pa. She was married in 1953 to Joseph T. Colgan, and they lived for many years in Lutherville until moving to Ocean Pines eight years ago. Mrs. Colgan was an avid gardener and tennis player, and she enjoyed cooking and traveling....
NEWS
January 9, 2005
On Thursday, January 6, 2005, ALICE C. COLGAN, 73, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center. A native of Philadelphia, she was daughter of the late Peter J. and Alice S. Cooke. Her survivors include her husband, Joseph T. Colgan; a son, K.C. Colgan and wife Jennifer of Ocean Pines; three daughters, Alicia Houck and husband Michael of Severna Park, Joanne Mold and husband Bill of Forest Hills, MD, Kathy Rawlings and husband Keith of Bel Air, MD. Her seven grandchildren are Patrick, Kaitlyn, Sean, Billy, Colin, Keifer and Kurt.
NEWS
February 13, 2004
Alice May Colgan, a homemaker and former high school teacher, died Feb. 6 at Oak Crest Village in Parkville, where she had lived since 1996. She was 101 and formerly resided for many years in Baltimore's Govans neighborhood. Born Alice May Manning in Martins Ferry, Ohio, she graduated from high school in Waynesburg, Pa., and in 1923 from Pennsylvania State University. She later studied at Columbia and Duke universities. She taught at Pennsylvania high schools in Burgettstown, Waynesburg and Mount Lebanon before moving to Baltimore in 1935 at the time of her marriage to Edward Paul Colgan.
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