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April 30, 2004
On April 28, 2004 WELTON F. EAVES, SR., devoted husband of Betty J. Eaves (nee Stover) and beloved father of Welton F. Eaves, Jr. "Butch" and his wife Carolyn, Darlinda Ruzek, Sharen Leighton-Herrmann and her husband Ted, Dwight Eaves and his friend Kathy, Tacye Young and her husband Russ, and Mark Eaves and his wife Karen; brother of Elmer and Harry Eaves, Jean Nall, Peggy Cockrell, Sweetie Bunch and the late Mildred Arnet. Also survived by grandchidren Christopher, Wendy, Betsy, David, Michael, Andrew, Brian, Elizabeth and Katie and great grandfather to Evan and Shannon Malloy.
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By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2013
Wedded: Jade Eaves and Christopher McArdle Date: June 8, 2013 Her story: Jade Eaves, 27, grew up in Locust Point. She is a philanthropy associate at Sheppard Pratt. Her mother, Cindy Eaves, lives in Locust Point. Her father, Dan Macatee, is the owner of Hull Street Blues Cafe in Locust Point. He lives in Harford County with his wife, Kathy. His story: Christopher "Chris" McArdle, 37, is originally from Northern Virginia but moved to Maryland in 1998.
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NEWS
December 10, 2003
On December 5, 2003, MATTIECALLAWAY EAVES, beloved wife of the late Reuben E., Sr.; most loving and beloved mother of Reuben E., Jr., and his wife Eileen C. Shapiro; dearly loved by her brothers and sisters and by all that had the good fortune to know her. A private memorial service will be held at the Second Presbyterian Church of Baltimore.
NEWS
February 15, 2008
Voters in Baltimore's suburbs have not always been kind to African-American Circuit Court judges, so the election this week of Angela M. Eaves in Harford County was a most welcome outcome. Ms. Eaves, 48, a District Court judge who earned high marks in local bar and judicial nominating reviews, was appointed to the county Circuit Court last fall. Voters elected her to a full 15-year term Tuesday - despite some injudicious partisan politics. What occurred during the campaign was reminiscent of what happened to Judge Rodney C. Warren in Anne Arundel County in 2004.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Reporter | December 9, 2007
The newest judge to be appointed to the Circuit Court for Harford County is also its first woman and first African-American. Angela M. Eaves, 48, a county resident for nearly 20 years who has served as District Court judge since 2000, said she believes diversity on the bench "ensures justice is fair." She will replaceretiring Judge Maurice W. Baldwin Jr. and expects to be working in her new job by the end of the month. How long she sits on the bench depends on the outcome of Maryland's Feb. 12 primary.
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By Madison Park, Arin Gencer and John-John Williams IV and Madison Park, Arin Gencer and John-John Williams IV,Sun reporters | February 13, 2008
Harford County's newest judge - who is also the first woman and first African-American on the Circuit Court bench there - was leading in early returns last night as she sought to be elected to a full term or at least advance to the general election. Circuit Judge Angela M. Eaves, who was appointed in December, took a commanding early lead in the Democratic primary and held a slim advantage in the Republican race, with about a third of precincts reporting. Eaves would have to win the Democratic and Republican primaries to win a 15-year term on the bench.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | March 27, 2000
Angela Eaves began her legal career in Maryland by defending the underdog. As a lawyer for the Legal Aid Bureau in Harford County, Eaves represented tenants facing eviction, women fighting for child support and indigent families denied public assistance. When she is sworn in today as a Harford County District Court judge, Eaves -- known for her sensitivity to people battered by life -- will become the county's first African-American judge. "I think she'll listen to people, and I'm excited about her taking the bench," said Dorsey Berndt, chief attorney for the Northeast Office of the Legal Aid Bureau, which represents indigent clients in Harford and Cecil counties.
NEWS
February 22, 2003
On February 19, 2003, KAHREE JEFFERSON. survived by his daughter Myah; his parents Patrice and Clarence Jefferson; brothers, Charles, Chris, Dana, Brandon and sister Brande; grandmother Floree Eaves and Lynette Jefferson; other relatives and friends. Funeral Services on Sunday 6:30 P.M. at the Reese and Sons Mortuary, 821 West St, Annapolis.
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,SUN STAFF | January 10, 1996
NEW MIDWAY -- Glenn Eaves stood gazing yesterday as snow fell through a hole the size of a football field in the roof of his new dairy barn -- a building designed to withstand heavy snow.Outside, workers with front-end loaders removed debris. Others dragged the remains of more than 200 Holstein cows killed early Monday morning when the roof of the 600-foot-long barn gave way under a record 40 inches of snow."We can contend with the storms, but I've never seen anything like" this, said Mr. Eaves, 60, who runs one of the largest dairy farms in Maryland.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck | October 10, 1991
Five months ago Christopher Eaves began work on a movement theater piece called "Birthmarks," about an adoptee's search for his birth parents. An adoptee himself, Mr. Eaves wasn't reunited with his own birth parents until several months ,, later, but their story turned out to be remarkably close to the drama he was creating.When "Birthmarks" debuts Monday and Tuesday at Mr. Eaves' VTC alma mater, Towson State University, his birth parents and his adoptive parents are expected to attend. The show is one of two premieres for 23-year-old Mr. Eaves; another work, "Class," opens at Towson tomorrow as part of "Cross Currents," a program celebrating the inauguration of the theater department's movement theater discipline.
NEWS
By Madison Park, Arin Gencer and John-John Williams IV and Madison Park, Arin Gencer and John-John Williams IV,Sun reporters | February 13, 2008
Harford County's newest judge - who is also the first woman and first African-American on the Circuit Court bench there - was leading in early returns last night as she sought to be elected to a full term or at least advance to the general election. Circuit Judge Angela M. Eaves, who was appointed in December, took a commanding early lead in the Democratic primary and held a slim advantage in the Republican race, with about a third of precincts reporting. Eaves would have to win the Democratic and Republican primaries to win a 15-year term on the bench.
NEWS
April 30, 2004
On April 28, 2004 WELTON F. EAVES, SR., devoted husband of Betty J. Eaves (nee Stover) and beloved father of Welton F. Eaves, Jr. "Butch" and his wife Carolyn, Darlinda Ruzek, Sharen Leighton-Herrmann and her husband Ted, Dwight Eaves and his friend Kathy, Tacye Young and her husband Russ, and Mark Eaves and his wife Karen; brother of Elmer and Harry Eaves, Jean Nall, Peggy Cockrell, Sweetie Bunch and the late Mildred Arnet. Also survived by grandchidren Christopher, Wendy, Betsy, David, Michael, Andrew, Brian, Elizabeth and Katie and great grandfather to Evan and Shannon Malloy.
NEWS
December 10, 2003
On December 5, 2003, MATTIECALLAWAY EAVES, beloved wife of the late Reuben E., Sr.; most loving and beloved mother of Reuben E., Jr., and his wife Eileen C. Shapiro; dearly loved by her brothers and sisters and by all that had the good fortune to know her. A private memorial service will be held at the Second Presbyterian Church of Baltimore.
BUSINESS
March 9, 2003
Ice and snow pulled the rain gutter off one side of our roof after the heavy snow we had recently. What can be done to prevent a recurrence? Quite a few houses lost gutters to the recent ice and snow. A slate-roofer friend tells me he is swamped with gutter repair calls. Most fallen gutters are brought down by the weight of ice that accumulates in them and above them. Extended periods of freezing temperatures while roofs are snow covered is a formula for heavy ice build-up - snow melts off relatively warm roof surfaces, then refreezes when it reaches the gutters and eaves.
NEWS
February 22, 2003
On February 19, 2003, KAHREE JEFFERSON. survived by his daughter Myah; his parents Patrice and Clarence Jefferson; brothers, Charles, Chris, Dana, Brandon and sister Brande; grandmother Floree Eaves and Lynette Jefferson; other relatives and friends. Funeral Services on Sunday 6:30 P.M. at the Reese and Sons Mortuary, 821 West St, Annapolis.
NEWS
By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | March 27, 2000
Angela Eaves began her legal career in Maryland by defending the underdog. As a lawyer for the Legal Aid Bureau in Harford County, Eaves represented tenants facing eviction, women fighting for child support and indigent families denied public assistance. When she is sworn in today as a Harford County District Court judge, Eaves -- known for her sensitivity to people battered by life -- will become the county's first African-American judge. "I think she'll listen to people, and I'm excited about her taking the bench," said Dorsey Berndt, chief attorney for the Northeast Office of the Legal Aid Bureau, which represents indigent clients in Harford and Cecil counties.
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By Winifred Walsh and Winifred Walsh,Evening Sun Staff | October 11, 1991
THE BIRD Boy ascends the stage on shiny white and silver wings. As he softly lands amid a cluster of chorusing women, he finds himself in an alien environment where he resembles no one.In a desperate search for his own kind, he experiences a series of comical and tragic misadventures that at last lead him to the mother who abandoned him at birth.This is the surreal framework for ''Birthmarks,'' an autobiographical movement piece written and performed by Christopher Eaves."It is a spiritual experience for me," said Eaves recently during a rehearsal break at the college.
NEWS
By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,SUN STAFF | January 10, 1996
NEW MIDWAY -- Glenn Eaves stood gazing yesterday as snow fell through a hole the size of a football field in the roof of his new dairy barn -- a building designed to withstand heavy snow.Outside, workers with front-end loaders removed debris. Others dragged the remains of more than 200 Holstein cows killed early Monday morning when the roof of the 600-foot-long barn gave way under a record 40 inches of snow."We can contend with the storms, but I've never seen anything like" this, said Mr. Eaves, 60, who runs one of the largest dairy farms in Maryland.
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