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September 23, 1991
Charles A. Doub, 81, a Baltimore County educator for 38 years, died Thursday at St. Joseph Hospital of heart failure.A mass of Christian burial was being offered today at St. Ursula's Roman Catholic Church, 8800 Harford Road, Parkville.Born in Williamsport, Mr. Doub received a bachelor's degree in education from Gettysburg College in 1931 and a master's degree from the University of Maryland in 1939. He received a professional diploma from Columbia University in New York in 1956.Mr. Doub, a biology teacher, worked in the St. Mary's County school system from 1932 to 1937, when he was hired by Baltimore County public schools.
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NEWS
September 23, 1991
A Mass of Christian burial for Charles A. Doub, a Baltimore County educator for 38 years and a Glen Arm resident, will be at 9 a.m. today at St. Ursula's Roman Catholic Church, 8800 Harford Road, Parkville.Mr. Doub, who was 81, died Thursday of heart failure at St. Joseph's Hospital.Born in Williamsport, Mr. Doub received his bachelor's degree in education from Gettysburg College in 1931 and his master's degree from the University of Maryland in 1939. He received a professional diploma from Columbia University in New York in 1956.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | June 11, 2009
Margaret S. Doub, a homemaker who enjoyed sailing the Chesapeake Bay for 40 years, died in her sleep Monday at her home in the Murray Hill section of Baltimore County. She was 91. Margaret Simmons, the daughter of a businessman and homemaker, was born in Hagerstown and raised near Oklahoma City. While living in Oklahoma, Mrs. Doub acquired a lifelong interest in American Indian cultures. When she was 18, family members said, she was inducted into the Kiowa tribe and given the Indian name of Dor-chi-um-gee, which means "Kneel and Pray."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | June 11, 2009
Margaret S. Doub, a homemaker who enjoyed sailing the Chesapeake Bay for 40 years, died in her sleep Monday at her home in the Murray Hill section of Baltimore County. She was 91. Margaret Simmons, the daughter of a businessman and homemaker, was born in Hagerstown and raised near Oklahoma City. While living in Oklahoma, Mrs. Doub acquired a lifelong interest in American Indian cultures. When she was 18, family members said, she was inducted into the Kiowa tribe and given the Indian name of Dor-chi-um-gee, which means "Kneel and Pray."
NEWS
By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | May 4, 1993
Mount Airy's town council members said at a public hearing last night that they see no advantages to annexing Doub's Farm property located west and south of Watersville Road.They planned to discuss the annexation at last night's council meeting, but had not made a decision at press time."This would stretch out our resources," said Mayor Gerald Johnson at the public hearing, which preceded the Town Council meeting.County Planner Sandy Baber also opposed the annexation and read a letter from the county commissioners recommending denial.
NEWS
February 21, 1994
Sherry L. KellmanRegistered nurseSherry Lynn Kellman, a registered nurse, died Friday of liver failure at Presbyterian University Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pa. She was 34.Ms. Kellman, who grew up in Randallstown, was a graduate of Randallstown High School and Catonsville Community College.She worked as a traveling nurse in the Baltimore area before moving to Redondo Beach, Calif., about three years ago.Ms. Kellman enjoyed outdoor activities, including swimming, biking and camping. She also traveled extensively through Europe, visited Hawaii and backpacked through New Zealand.
BUSINESS
By JANE BRYANT QUINN and JANE BRYANT QUINN,Washington Post Writers Group | October 22, 2000
One of my gripes with insurance companies is disclosure. You have to make decisions that carry huge financial consequences for you and your family. But you may not be given good enough information on which to base a choice. In fact, you may specifically be led to a lousy choice. Another gripe is that no one at the companies seems to listen. When you write with a legitimate complaint, the insurer is apt to blow you off. For example, take the late Deward Doub, who died at 90 in April 1999.
NEWS
March 11, 2006
On March 8, 2006, DOROTHY MARIE CHAMBERS JOHNSON, 97. Beloved wife of the late Dr. Eliot W. Johnson, devoted mother of Rita J. Doub of Ruxton, David E. Johnson of Catonsville and Robert W. Johnson of Ruxton, loving grandmother of Brian, John and Bruce Doub, Doug and Mike Johnson, Mary J. Caswell and Debbie Johnson. Also survived by 8 great-grandchildren. Dear sister of the late D. Harry Chambers of Catonsville. The family will receive friends at the Chapel of the Angels, Charlestown on Saturday, March 11, from 9:30 until 10:30am at which time services will begin.
NEWS
May 5, 1993
Mount Airy council rejects annexation pleaThe Mount Airy Town Council unanimously rejected a request to annex 126 acres, known as Doub's Farm, west and south of Watersville Road.Doub's Farm Venture Limited Partnership asked the council to annex the land and rezone the property from agricultural use to low-density housing. Low density housing would allow up to three homes per acre.Town officials, however, said possible problems with the property outweighed any benefits. Town planner Teresa Bamberger said property closer to town should be developed first and that various steep slopes on the farm would make development difficult.
NEWS
March 11, 2006
On March 8, 2006, DOROTHY MARIE CHAMBERS JOHNSON, 97. Beloved wife of the late Dr. Eliot W. Johnson, devoted mother of Rita J. Doub of Ruxton, David E. Johnson of Catonsville and Robert W. Johnson of Ruxton, loving grandmother of Brian, John and Bruce Doub, Doug and Mike Johnson, Mary J. Caswell and Debbie Johnson. Also survived by 8 great-grandchildren. Dear sister of the late D. Harry Chambers of Catonsville. The family will receive friends at the Chapel of the Angels, Charlestown on Saturday, March 11, from 9:30 until 10:30am at which time services will begin.
NEWS
March 18, 2001
John C. Doub Sr., 83, McCormick executive John C. Doub Sr., a retired McCormick & Co. vice president and board member, died of respiratory failure Thursday at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson. He was 83 and lived in the Murray Hill section of Baltimore County. Mr. Doub began his career with McCormick in 1941 as a plant worker and was promoted to general manager of the grocery products division. He later was vice president of purchasing and was elected to the company's board in 1978.
BUSINESS
By JANE BRYANT QUINN and JANE BRYANT QUINN,Washington Post Writers Group | October 22, 2000
One of my gripes with insurance companies is disclosure. You have to make decisions that carry huge financial consequences for you and your family. But you may not be given good enough information on which to base a choice. In fact, you may specifically be led to a lousy choice. Another gripe is that no one at the companies seems to listen. When you write with a legitimate complaint, the insurer is apt to blow you off. For example, take the late Deward Doub, who died at 90 in April 1999.
NEWS
February 21, 1994
Sherry L. KellmanRegistered nurseSherry Lynn Kellman, a registered nurse, died Friday of liver failure at Presbyterian University Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pa. She was 34.Ms. Kellman, who grew up in Randallstown, was a graduate of Randallstown High School and Catonsville Community College.She worked as a traveling nurse in the Baltimore area before moving to Redondo Beach, Calif., about three years ago.Ms. Kellman enjoyed outdoor activities, including swimming, biking and camping. She also traveled extensively through Europe, visited Hawaii and backpacked through New Zealand.
NEWS
May 5, 1993
Mount Airy council rejects annexation pleaThe Mount Airy Town Council unanimously rejected a request to annex 126 acres, known as Doub's Farm, west and south of Watersville Road.Doub's Farm Venture Limited Partnership asked the council to annex the land and rezone the property from agricultural use to low-density housing. Low density housing would allow up to three homes per acre.Town officials, however, said possible problems with the property outweighed any benefits. Town planner Teresa Bamberger said property closer to town should be developed first and that various steep slopes on the farm would make development difficult.
NEWS
By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | May 4, 1993
Mount Airy's town council members said at a public hearing last night that they see no advantages to annexing Doub's Farm property located west and south of Watersville Road.They planned to discuss the annexation at last night's council meeting, but had not made a decision at press time."This would stretch out our resources," said Mayor Gerald Johnson at the public hearing, which preceded the Town Council meeting.County Planner Sandy Baber also opposed the annexation and read a letter from the county commissioners recommending denial.
NEWS
By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Staff Writer | March 10, 1993
Robb Tyler, whose slogan "We Never Refuse Refuse" helped make him the largest trash hauler in the Baltimore area in the 1960s, died Saturday at his Caribbean winter home in Providentiales, in the Turks and Caicos Islands. He was 84.Mr. Tyler, who died of heart failure, was cremated yesterday in Miami. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Boyce and Carrollton avenues in Ruxton.A Baltimore native, Mr. Tyler attended Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va., and started in business by opening several gas stations in Baltimore.
NEWS
By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | October 27, 1992
Mount Airy's planning and zoning commission last night unanimously recommended denying the Doub's Farm annexation and rezoning request because the negative effects outweighs benefits to the town.The 126-acre Doub's Farm tract, located southeast of Watersville Road, is currently zoned agricultural in Carroll County.To annex it, the county would have to waive its five-year waiting period for development.The owners, Doub's Farm Venture Limited Partnership, have asked the commission to rezone the land for low-density housing.
NEWS
By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Staff Writer | March 10, 1993
Robb Tyler, whose slogan "We Never Refuse Refuse" helped make him the largest trash hauler in the Baltimore area in the 1960s, died Saturday at his Caribbean winter home in Providentiales, in the Turks and Caicos Islands. He was 84.Mr. Tyler, who died of heart failure, was cremated yesterday in Miami. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Boyce and Carrollton avenues in Ruxton.A Baltimore native, Mr. Tyler attended Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va., and started in business by opening several gas stations in Baltimore.
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