May 7, 2004
SHARON SEGAL CUNNINGHAM SALEH, of Alpharetta, died May 6, 2004. Sharon is survived by her husband Jim Saleh, her daughters Ashley Cunningham and Emily Cunningham Hancock and her sisters Hannah Solkey and Roslyn Schmidt and her brother Michael Segal. Graveside Services will be held Friday, May 7, 2004 at 12:30 P.M. at Arlington Memorial Park in Sandy Spring. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation, P.O. Box 422471, Atlanta, GA 30342.
May 12, 2006
On May 8, 2006, GERALDINE M. CUNNINGHAM, beloved mother of Arnold Fowkes, Nathaniel Shlomo, Geraldine Queen, all of Maryland and Evelyn Turner of Colorado Springs; sister of Florence Smith of Petersburg, VA; grandmother of Quentin, April, Marcia, Jerome, Jamal, Sarya; great grandmother of Yeisha and Kamryn. Memorial service will be Friday, May 12 at Gary P. March Funeral Home, 270 Fred Hilton Pass, Baltimore, MD. For more information call 410-496-5454.
March 22, 2005
Margaret R. Cunningham, a retired registered nurse and homemaker, died of cancer Wednesday at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. She was 91. Born Margaret Rose Cavey in Baltimore, she was raised on West Fayette Street. She was a graduate of St. Martin's School in West Baltimore and earned her nursing degree in 1934 from the old St. Agnes Hospital School of Nursing. She was a labor and delivery room nurse until her marriage in 1941 to Dr. Raymond M. Cunningham, a general surgeon. The couple lived in Brookline, Mass.
July 23, 2004
Ryan M. Cunningham, a Towson University student who battled years of depression while studying for a bachelor's degree in biology, died of undetermined causes July 16. The Towson resident was 26. Mr. Cunningham was found dead early last Friday morning on the sidewalk near his Willow Avenue apartment. His death is under investigation by the state medical examiner's office, family members said. Mr. Cunningham was born in Silver Spring and raised in Ellicott City. He completed high school in three years and graduated from Mount Hebron High School in 1995 at the end of his junior year.
September 1, 2004
James Hugh Cunningham, a retired financial consultant who during World War II flew a plane that sank an enemy destroyer, died of congestive heart failure Thursday at his Woodbrook home. He was 85. Born in Brookline, Mass., and raised in nearby Cohasset, he earned a bachelor's degree in political science at Tufts University in Medford, Mass. After twice failing an eye exam that prevented him from enlisting in the Navy as an aviator, Mr. Cunningham became a tower safety officer at LaGuardia Airport in New York and at airports in Philadelphia and Harrisburg, Pa. Against his parents' wishes, he took private flying lessons and received a civilian pilot's license in 1941.
August 2, 1991
WEST CHESTER, Pa. -- Randy the Dandy dates Whitney Houston. Appears on Arsenio Hall. Shows off his $1.4 million mansion to Robin Leach on "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous."Randall the Sensational throws 95-yard touchdown passesLeaps tall buildings at the goal line. Scrambles from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh and back in one play.Randall the Quarterback? Now that's another story. He's a spectacular one, no doubt. But after six NFL seasons, it's about time he tried something completely different.