February 13, 2005
On February 11, 2005 VERONICA MARIE (nee Eagan) SPOKUS; beloved wife of the late Anthony Spokus; devoted mother of Thomas Spokus and his wife Barbara, Jessie Thibaudeau and her husband Roger and Frank Spokus and his wife Donna; loving grandmother of Roger Thibaudeau Jr, and his wife Madhu, Tania Fletcher and her husband Keith, Frank Spokus Jr., and Stephanie Spokus; great-grandmother of Roger, III and Ryan Thibaudeau, Brandon and Luke Fletcher; dear Sister...
May 16, 2004
James K. Eagan III, a Howard County lawyer and former Baltimore assistant state's attorney, died Monday of lung cancer at Gilcrest Hospice Center in Towson. He was 61 and lived in Columbia. Mr. Eagan, a Baltimore native, spent his boyhood in New York. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 1965 and earned his law degree from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1969. Mr. Eagan met his wife, the former Lindell Calder, while they both were studying at the University of Wisconsin.
May 13, 2004
On Monday, May 10, 2004, JAMES K., III, of Columbia, MD., beloved husband of Lindell Eagan (nee Calder), loving son of Maxine Grady Eagan and the late James Kay Eagan, Jr. Cherished father of James Kevin and Timothy Calder Eagan, devoted brother of Margaret Eagan Bland, Kay Eagan Meier and Thomas Grady Eagan, devoted brother-in-law of Mary Calder Sherrock and Janet Calder Pruitt. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of friends Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Witzke Funeral Homes, Inc. of Columbia, 5555 Twin Knolls Rd., Columbia, MD 21045 on Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. and Thursday family to receive friends from 7 to 9 P.M. Memorial Services will be celebrated on Friday 11 A.M. at the Wilde Lake Interfaith Center, 10431 Twin Rivers Rd., Columbia, MD 21044.
May 8, 2000
Our House Youth Home names Schoolnick, D'Alonzo to board Our House Youth Home, an Ellicott City nonprofit residential program for at-risk youths, has named Columbia residents Brett Schoolnick and Joseph D'Alonzo to its board of directors. Schoolnick is owner of Baywood Design/Build Group, a Columbia-based remodeling and renovation company. The Town Center resident is also on the board of directors of the Howard County-based Candlelight Concerts. D'Alonzo, of Long Reach, is an organizational development specialist for Amerix Corp.
May 5, 1996
From the front, the Eagans' home in rural Monkton looks like a two-story, cedar-siding-and-stone contemporary. But the front is an elaborate architectural ruse. There are more like five levels inside this four-bedroom, 3 1/2 -bath home.You enter the front door on the main floor. The living room is a few steps up. The master suite yet another flight up. And there are two levels below the main floor, mostly given over to the three boys."You can't tell from the front," said Julie Eagan. "The back of the house is gorgeous, but from the front, it's very deceiving."
November 1, 1994
Democrats have long enjoyed a monopoly on elected offices in Baltimore. Few Republicans have bothered to challenge. But this one-party stranglehold is slowly loosening. Republican voter registration is growing faster than the Democrats; the quality of candidates is improving. Still, most GOP candidates lack resources and their quests have kamikaze-like qualities.Among this year's Republican candidates, two stand out: J. Gary Lee, who is running for the state Senate from the new city-county 42nd District, and Edward J. Eagan, who is hoping to stage an upset in West Baltimore's 41st District.