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February 2, 2003
Frederic R. Cowie, a retired U.S. Postal Police officer and longtime Hamilton resident, died of heart failure Wednesday at Good Samaritan Hospital. He was 54. Mr. Cowie was born in Donora, Pa., and moved to Baltimore, where he graduated from Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School in 1967. He earned a bachelor's degree in criminology from Metropolitan State College in Denver. From 1968 to 1969, he served with the Marine Corps in Vietnam until being discharged as a corporal. He worked briefly as a maintenance worker for Baltimore public schools until joining the Baltimore Police Department.
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August 18, 2007
On August 15, 2007, CAPITOLA MILDRED HERRMANN of Severna Park, MD; beloved wife of the late Edward Matthew Herrmann; loving mother of Capitola P. Bradshaw; devoted grandmother of Robert B. Bradshaw, Elizabeth Cowie great-grandmother of Taron Bradshaw, Katherine Bradshaw, Olivia Cowie and Georgia Cowie. Also survived by her grand-son-in law Nicholas Cowie and her grand-daughter-in law Michele Bradshaw. Visitation and Interment are private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Chesapeake, 445 Defense Hwy, Annapolis, MD 21401.
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BUSINESS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Evening Sun Staff | January 9, 1991
William H. Cowie Jr., the president and chief executive officer of Signet Bank/Maryland, has announced that he will retire on April 18, the date of the annual meeting of the bank's parent company, Signet Banking Corp.He will be succeeded by Kenneth H. Trout, the current executive vice president in charge of the bank's commercial line of business.Cowie, 60, said he had long intended to retire at about this age and the move is not related to the downturn in the banking industry. "This is the time I wanted to retire.
NEWS
January 29, 2007
On January 27, 2007, LEO P.; beloved husband of Millie Stallings (nee Cowie) and the late Eleanor Stallings; devoted father of James, David, Joseph and wife Kathryn and Donald Stallings; step-father of Carole Gannon, Janet Thompson, Bruce Cowie and the late Frederick Cowie; dear brother of John and Betty Stallings; loving grandfather of Jennifer, Christopher, Eric and wife Jodi, Lindsay, Nicholas, Clark, Caroline, Christopher, Kimberly, Sean, Holly and...
BUSINESS
March 12, 1992
Former Signet Bank/Maryland President William H. Cowie Jr. has joined Pencor Inc., a new Baltimore waste-recycling company, as partner and chief financial officer, the company has announced."
NEWS
August 18, 2007
On August 15, 2007, CAPITOLA MILDRED HERRMANN of Severna Park, MD; beloved wife of the late Edward Matthew Herrmann; loving mother of Capitola P. Bradshaw; devoted grandmother of Robert B. Bradshaw, Elizabeth Cowie great-grandmother of Taron Bradshaw, Katherine Bradshaw, Olivia Cowie and Georgia Cowie. Also survived by her grand-son-in law Nicholas Cowie and her grand-daughter-in law Michele Bradshaw. Visitation and Interment are private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Chesapeake, 445 Defense Hwy, Annapolis, MD 21401.
NEWS
January 29, 2007
On January 27, 2007, LEO P.; beloved husband of Millie Stallings (nee Cowie) and the late Eleanor Stallings; devoted father of James, David, Joseph and wife Kathryn and Donald Stallings; step-father of Carole Gannon, Janet Thompson, Bruce Cowie and the late Frederick Cowie; dear brother of John and Betty Stallings; loving grandfather of Jennifer, Christopher, Eric and wife Jodi, Lindsay, Nicholas, Clark, Caroline, Christopher, Kimberly, Sean, Holly and...
BUSINESS
March 12, 1992
Former Signet Bank/Maryland President William H. Cowie Jr. has joined Pencor Inc., a new Baltimore waste-recycling company, as partner and chief financial officer, the company has announced."
BUSINESS
By Peter H. Frank | January 9, 1991
William H. Cowie Jr., the longtime head of Union Trust Bancorp who steered the company through its conversion to Signet Bank/Maryland, announced yesterday that he will retire as president and chief executive in April.The company said Mr. Cowie, 60, will be replaced by Kenneth H. Trout, a 42-year-old executive vice president who rose through the banking company's Northern Virginia operations before joining the local bank in August.Yesterday's announcement marked the latest in a series of resignations by heads of Baltimore financial institutions.
NEWS
By Barbara Dewitt and Barbara Dewitt,LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS | September 17, 2000
Old Hollywood glamour and elegance is making a comeback this fall. Much like a classic movie set, home accessories and furnishings are warm, woodsy and elegantly retro. "Overall, the fall home fashion look is more formal than the Mission look we've been seeing. Furniture is sleeker than last year, and there's a return to '40s-inspired armchairs ... perhaps in chocolate suede, with a rolled arm that's not overstuffed," says Bombay Co. spokeswoman Cathy Pringle. "And a luxurious faux mink throw draped over the ottoman.
NEWS
February 2, 2003
Frederic R. Cowie, a retired U.S. Postal Police officer and longtime Hamilton resident, died of heart failure Wednesday at Good Samaritan Hospital. He was 54. Mr. Cowie was born in Donora, Pa., and moved to Baltimore, where he graduated from Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School in 1967. He earned a bachelor's degree in criminology from Metropolitan State College in Denver. From 1968 to 1969, he served with the Marine Corps in Vietnam until being discharged as a corporal. He worked briefly as a maintenance worker for Baltimore public schools until joining the Baltimore Police Department.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown and By Sloane Brown,Special to the Sun | July 28, 2002
It didn't matter who won the races at the National Grand Prix in Washington last weekend. Baltimore's Kennedy Krieger Institute, which treats kids with developmental disabilities, came out the clear winner -- even before the first starting flag was waved. The institute, the official charity of the auto-racing extravaganza, got things off to a whiz-bang start with a black-tie gala at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill July 19. Let's see. So, what was it that made this wingding so, in the words of the Kennedy Krieger's Lainy Lebow-Sachs, "drop-dead unbelievable"?
NEWS
By Barbara Dewitt and Barbara Dewitt,LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS | September 17, 2000
Old Hollywood glamour and elegance is making a comeback this fall. Much like a classic movie set, home accessories and furnishings are warm, woodsy and elegantly retro. "Overall, the fall home fashion look is more formal than the Mission look we've been seeing. Furniture is sleeker than last year, and there's a return to '40s-inspired armchairs ... perhaps in chocolate suede, with a rolled arm that's not overstuffed," says Bombay Co. spokeswoman Cathy Pringle. "And a luxurious faux mink throw draped over the ottoman.
BUSINESS
March 12, 1992
Former Signet Bank/Maryland President William H. Cowie Jr. has joined Pencor Inc., a new Baltimore waste-recycling company, as partner and chief financial officer, the company has announced."
BUSINESS
March 12, 1992
Former Signet Bank/Maryland President William H. Cowie Jr. has joined Pencor Inc., a new Baltimore waste-recycling company, as partner and chief financial officer, the company has announced."
BUSINESS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Evening Sun Staff | January 9, 1991
William H. Cowie Jr., the president and chief executive officer of Signet Bank/Maryland, has announced that he will retire on April 18, the date of the annual meeting of the bank's parent company, Signet Banking Corp.He will be succeeded by Kenneth H. Trout, the current executive vice president in charge of the bank's commercial line of business.Cowie, 60, said he had long intended to retire at about this age and the move is not related to the downturn in the banking industry. "This is the time I wanted to retire.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown and By Sloane Brown,Special to the Sun | July 28, 2002
It didn't matter who won the races at the National Grand Prix in Washington last weekend. Baltimore's Kennedy Krieger Institute, which treats kids with developmental disabilities, came out the clear winner -- even before the first starting flag was waved. The institute, the official charity of the auto-racing extravaganza, got things off to a whiz-bang start with a black-tie gala at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill July 19. Let's see. So, what was it that made this wingding so, in the words of the Kennedy Krieger's Lainy Lebow-Sachs, "drop-dead unbelievable"?
FEATURES
By Sloane Brown and Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2009
W hat is a local party like when its guest of honor is an internationally renowned party planner? Warm, inviting and down-to-earth, it turns out. At least that was the case at A Night For Humanity, honoring Colin Cowie . Some 200 guests had a chance to chat with the famed event designer (and Oprah fave) at the fundraiser for the Robert & Claire Peter Foundation, held at Linwoods in Owings Mills. "He's very personable and down-to-earth," said Drew Vanlandingham , a Baltimore-based wedding designer, as he compared notes with Lisa Martel , Perfect Wedding Guide associate publisher.
BUSINESS
By Peter H. Frank | January 9, 1991
William H. Cowie Jr., the longtime head of Union Trust Bancorp who steered the company through its conversion to Signet Bank/Maryland, announced yesterday that he will retire as president and chief executive in April.The company said Mr. Cowie, 60, will be replaced by Kenneth H. Trout, a 42-year-old executive vice president who rose through the banking company's Northern Virginia operations before joining the local bank in August.Yesterday's announcement marked the latest in a series of resignations by heads of Baltimore financial institutions.
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