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June 22, 2006
On June 19, 2006 DOROTHY C. CREECH (nee Chelton) Devoted mother of Julie Chaplin and Daniel Creech. Dear grandmother of Sydney, Alyssa and Abby Service and Interment private. If desired contributions may be made in her memory to Maryland SPCA Development Office, 3300 Falls Road, Baltimore, Md. 21211
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December 29, 2009
On December 24, 2009, WALTER CREECH. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue, TODAY after 8:30 AM, where the family will receive friends from 5 to 7 PM and on Wednesday at 9 AM with funeral service to follow at 9:30 AM.
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January 24, 2004
On January 22, 2004 ROSALIND CREECH SWEITZER, beloved wife of Claude Earl Sweitzer; loving mother of Stuart Alan Sweitzer, Denise Walsh, Diane Nichols and Deborah Vernon; devoted sister of Ruth Rachal, Arlene Peedin and Wanna Frazier; grandmother of seven. Visitation will be on Monday, January 26 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Road (Rt 175), Gambrills, MD. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, January 27 at 11:00 AM at the Baldwin Memorial United Methodist Church, 921 Generals Highway, Millersville, MD. Interment to follow at Baldwin Memorial Church Cemetery.
NEWS
January 30, 2007
KATHLEEN ANN (WITT), wife of the late Dennis Richard Cahill, passed away on January 20, 2007. She is the loving mother of Kimberly Darland (Doyle) of Kentucky, Kelly Frush, Kerry Cahill Creech (Herb) and Kathleen Cahill Christoforou (Nicholas), all of Baltimore. She is the loving grandmother of Steven Kenneth Frush, Jr., Kristin Nicole Cahill, and Thor Steven Christoforou. She is also survived by her sisters, Charlotte Wolf, Mary Stanley, Margaret Deviney, and her brother Thomas W. Wolf.
NEWS
By Raymond L. Sanchez and Raymond L. Sanchez,Evening Sun Staff PbB | May 23, 1991
The former administrator of a northwest Baltimore clinic has been arrested in North Carolina on charges of stealing more than $619,000 from the medical group that operates the clinic, prosecutors said.Roy R. Creech Jr., 60, former administrator of the Garwyn Medical Center on Garrison Boulevard, was indicted May 8 on a count of felony theft and nine counts of forgery, said Assistant State's Attorney Marcella A. Holland.Creech, who was residing in Kingston, N.C., decided not to fight extradition during a hearing there yesterday, Holland said.
NEWS
June 9, 1995
Police arrested three men on charges of indecent exposure Wednesday in Queenstown Park, officials said.Officer Robert Creech had gone to the park in the 600 block of Queenstown Road wearing civilian clothes. About 12:20 p.m., while walking in the woods, he saw a man engaged in a sexual activity, police said. Officer Creech identified himself and arrested the man.Later, Officer Creech arrested two other men engaging in a sexual activity in the woods near the back of the park, police said.Robert Glenn Holman, 51, of the 1400 block of Columbia Beach Road in Shadyside, Albert Timothy Finley, 45, of the 5200 block of Caroline Circle in Waldorf and Warren Vincent Simering, 37, of the 5500 block of Ashbourne Road in Arbutus were charged with indecent exposure.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | December 9, 1996
Because he wanted a change of clothes, an 18-year-old man was arrested and charged yesterday with multiple marijuana counts, county police said.Officer Robert Creech went to a home in the 4700 block of Flanders Lane in Harwood about 12: 15 p.m. to serve a warrant charging a man with assault. After Creech arrived, the man asked permission to change into clean clothes because the ones he was wearing were greasy.When Creech accompanied the man into his bedroom, he detected a strong odor of marijuana just as the man closed a closet door, Creech reported.
NEWS
February 6, 1996
Nathan VonGohren, of the 1800 block of Aberdeen Circle in Crofton, wanted county police to find the thief who took his all-terrain vehicle Saturday night. But police arrested him instead on an outstanding warrant and drug charges.Mr. VonGohren, 20, was charged with possession of marijuana and with failure to obey rules of probation, police said.Officer Robert B. Creech was on his way to Mr. VonGohren's about 6 p.m. to answer the call about the stolen vehicle when he learned Mr. VonGohren was wanted for violating the terms of his probation.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | February 15, 1998
OMAHA, Neb. -- Joining a man and a woman before God is standard duty for members of the clergy. But for performing a union of a different sort, the Rev. Jimmy Creech, a United Methodist minister, will soon be tried in a church court.At issue is Creech's officiation at a covenant ceremony last September uniting two women in his congregation, First United Methodist Church. The event resembled a Methodist wedding, with Scripture readings, an exchange of vows and a celebration of Communion.But it came a month after Creech's bishop told him not to do it and a year after Methodist leaders added a statement to the denomination's rule book forbidding ceremonies that unite people of the same sex.Creech said in a recent interview that he could not, as their pastor, refuse the women's request and that he considered the church's opposition to unions of people of the same sex to be discriminatory.
FEATURES
By Tim Warren and Tim Warren,Book Editor | July 3, 1993
Karen Creech knows how to get children to read. Just teach them some sea chanteys, give them quill pens and show them how to make butter.All these activities are part of "An American Folk Festival," a summer series of programs at Junior Editions, a children's book store at Columbia Mall. Ms. Creech, the store's program manager, says the object of including activities such as chantey-singing and butter-making is to pique the interest of youngsters so they'll read more about the times they reflect.
NEWS
By Julie Scharper and Jennifer McMenamin and Julie Scharper and Jennifer McMenamin,Sun reporters | November 18, 2006
The man who opened fire during a meeting in a Baltimore County office was a computer technician who killed his supervisor before taking his own life, according to police and company officials. Morris Keith Lyons, who managed the help desk at BD Diagnostics Systems in Sparks, shot the company's director of information technology several times in the upper body early Thursday afternoon, police said yesterday. The victim, Harold W. Creech, had come to Lyons' second-floor office at a company facility in the Loveton Center business park.
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By Julie Scharper and Nick Shields and Julie Scharper and Nick Shields,Sun reporters | November 17, 2006
A meeting between a worker and his supervisor ended with gunfire and both men dead in an apparent murder-suicide yesterday at a biotechnology company's northern Baltimore County offices, police said. The early-afternoon shootings occurred at BD Diagnostic Systems in the Loveton Center business park in Sparks. The men were alone in an office when other workers reported hearing shots, a county police spokesman said. "Right now, we don't know what the motive was or what the meeting was about," the spokesman, Cpl. Michael Hill, told reporters at a news conference shortly after the shooting.
NEWS
June 22, 2006
On June 19, 2006 DOROTHY C. CREECH (nee Chelton) Devoted mother of Julie Chaplin and Daniel Creech. Dear grandmother of Sydney, Alyssa and Abby Service and Interment private. If desired contributions may be made in her memory to Maryland SPCA Development Office, 3300 Falls Road, Baltimore, Md. 21211
NEWS
June 12, 2006
On May 31, 2006, MIRIAM C. died at Upper Chesapeake Health Center. Born on October 23, 1921 in Baltimore, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Gertrude (Sperlein) Causley. She was the wife of Mitchell Ross who died on February 19, 1997. Mrs. Ross was employed for many years by the Bendix Corporation of Baltimore. She is survived by a niece, Dorothy Creech of Towson, MD, a great-niece, Julie Chaplin of Abingdon, MD, a great-nephew, Daniel Creech of Towson, MD and three great-great-nieces.
NEWS
January 24, 2004
On January 22, 2004 ROSALIND CREECH SWEITZER, beloved wife of Claude Earl Sweitzer; loving mother of Stuart Alan Sweitzer, Denise Walsh, Diane Nichols and Deborah Vernon; devoted sister of Ruth Rachal, Arlene Peedin and Wanna Frazier; grandmother of seven. Visitation will be on Monday, January 26 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Road (Rt 175), Gambrills, MD. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, January 27 at 11:00 AM at the Baldwin Memorial United Methodist Church, 921 Generals Highway, Millersville, MD. Interment to follow at Baldwin Memorial Church Cemetery.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | February 15, 1998
OMAHA, Neb. -- Joining a man and a woman before God is standard duty for members of the clergy. But for performing a union of a different sort, the Rev. Jimmy Creech, a United Methodist minister, will soon be tried in a church court.At issue is Creech's officiation at a covenant ceremony last September uniting two women in his congregation, First United Methodist Church. The event resembled a Methodist wedding, with Scripture readings, an exchange of vows and a celebration of Communion.But it came a month after Creech's bishop told him not to do it and a year after Methodist leaders added a statement to the denomination's rule book forbidding ceremonies that unite people of the same sex.Creech said in a recent interview that he could not, as their pastor, refuse the women's request and that he considered the church's opposition to unions of people of the same sex to be discriminatory.
NEWS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Staff writer | July 9, 1991
A Baltimore flooring products distributor that bought the former Cardinal Industries modular home factory in January moved into the Glen Burnie building over the weekend.J.J. Haines & Co. Inc. began shipping products yesterday from its new warehouse to retailers such as Carpetland, Advance Carpet and Hechinger.The 225,000-square-foot warehouse on 35 acres on Aviation Drive has stood idle for two years. In 1989, Cardinal Industries, an Ohio-based builder of modular apartments, motels and single-family homes that was once a pioneer and leader in the industry, sought refuge from creditors in Ohio bankruptcy court.
NEWS
By Julie Scharper and Jennifer McMenamin and Julie Scharper and Jennifer McMenamin,Sun reporters | November 18, 2006
The man who opened fire during a meeting in a Baltimore County office was a computer technician who killed his supervisor before taking his own life, according to police and company officials. Morris Keith Lyons, who managed the help desk at BD Diagnostics Systems in Sparks, shot the company's director of information technology several times in the upper body early Thursday afternoon, police said yesterday. The victim, Harold W. Creech, had come to Lyons' second-floor office at a company facility in the Loveton Center business park.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | December 9, 1996
Because he wanted a change of clothes, an 18-year-old man was arrested and charged yesterday with multiple marijuana counts, county police said.Officer Robert Creech went to a home in the 4700 block of Flanders Lane in Harwood about 12: 15 p.m. to serve a warrant charging a man with assault. After Creech arrived, the man asked permission to change into clean clothes because the ones he was wearing were greasy.When Creech accompanied the man into his bedroom, he detected a strong odor of marijuana just as the man closed a closet door, Creech reported.
NEWS
February 6, 1996
Nathan VonGohren, of the 1800 block of Aberdeen Circle in Crofton, wanted county police to find the thief who took his all-terrain vehicle Saturday night. But police arrested him instead on an outstanding warrant and drug charges.Mr. VonGohren, 20, was charged with possession of marijuana and with failure to obey rules of probation, police said.Officer Robert B. Creech was on his way to Mr. VonGohren's about 6 p.m. to answer the call about the stolen vehicle when he learned Mr. VonGohren was wanted for violating the terms of his probation.
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