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November 4, 2003
On November 2, 2003, WILLIAM A., of Reisterstown, MD. Husband of the late Margaret B. (nee Batchelor) Elburn; father of the late M. Linda Egolf, Wilton A. and his wife Kathie Lynn Elburn, Stewart W. Elburn and his companion Janet D. Trimble; grandfather of Lori Isenhour, Amy Mummert, Drew Elburn, Jill Nichols, Matthew and Jeffrey Elburn. Also survived by eight great-grandchildren; brother of the late Anna Ayres. Services from ELINE FUNERAL HOME, 11824 Reisterstown Road (at Franklin Blvd.
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By PETER HERMANN and PETER HERMANN,peter.hermann@baltsun.com | October 5, 2008
There are 957 households in North Baltimore's Homeland neighborhood. Residents in 914 of them have joined the Homeland Association by paying a roughly $200 annual fee, giving them the right to vote, receive a newsletter and get e-mail alerts about crime. So back in August, they quickly learned that a man riding his bicycle along Springlake Way made a lewd comment to a woman, that a gunman threatened a resident on Broxton Road and that someone stole a television, a camera and an antique gold pocket watch from a house on Cotswold Road.
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NEWS
August 2, 2006
On July 30, 2006, MARGARET A. ELBURN (nee Lunn); beloved wife of the late Robert L. Elburn and cherished mother of Vickie L. Beatty and her husband Raymond; devoted grandmother of Raymond Beatty, Jr. and John Beatty; loving Mom to her pets, Butchie, Blackie, Nuce and Tabby. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and friends. Friends are invited to call at Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc., 3631 Falls Road, on Tuesday and Wednesday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services will be held at the funeral home on Thursday, at 10 A.M. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery.
NEWS
August 23, 2007
Wilton Andrews Elburn Sr., a former manager of a Falls Road service station and a volunteer, died Sunday of complications from pneumonia at Northwest Hospital Center. The longtime Reisterstown resident was 63. Mr. Elburn was born in Baltimore and grew up in the Medfield neighborhood. After graduating from Polytechnic Institute in 1961, he served in the Coast Guard for several years. In the 1960s, he went to work for Elburn's Garage in the 4400 block of Falls Road, which had been established by his father and grandfather in 1932.
NEWS
November 5, 2003
William Arthur Elburn, former owner and operator of a North Baltimore auto repair shop and filling station, died of a stroke Sunday at Sinai Hospital. The Reisterstown resident was 88. Mr. Elburn was born in Baltimore, raised in Hampden and graduated in 1933 from Forest Park High School. Then he began working with his father, Herbert Elburn, who a year earlier had established Elburn's Garage in the 4500 block of Falls Road. The younger Mr. Elburn managed the business until retiring in 1973, turning it over to his two sons and daughter, who operated it until closing in 1987.
FEATURES
By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,SUN STAFF | March 29, 2001
Finally, our long regional nightmare is over. Yesterday, after seeing a report in The Sun, a Timonium man stepped forward to take credit for dreaming up "Fear the turtle," the slogan that has become a rallying cry for University of Maryland basketball fans this season. His name is Drew Elburn. He's 32 and works for a computer consulting firm in Baltimore. And no, he didn't go to school at College Park - he attended Washington College. Elburn said he thought up the slogan three years ago as he and some friends drove to the MCI Center in Washington to watch the Terrapins play Stanford.
NEWS
November 17, 1994
Fred L.C. Stapf, 52, president of the Henry W. Stapf meat business founded by his father, died Sunday after a heart attack at his home in Timonium. A memorial service was scheduled for 11 a.m. today at the Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, 6500 York Road.Mr. Stapf is survived by his wife, the former Karen Friedman; two daughters, Debra Berman of Los Angeles and Beth Michelson of Novi, Mich.; three sisters, Gail S. Smith of Murray Hill in Baltimore County, Carole S. Kohler of Salisbury and Kathryn S. Gaertner of Towson; and a granddaughter.
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By PETER HERMANN and PETER HERMANN,peter.hermann@baltsun.com | October 5, 2008
There are 957 households in North Baltimore's Homeland neighborhood. Residents in 914 of them have joined the Homeland Association by paying a roughly $200 annual fee, giving them the right to vote, receive a newsletter and get e-mail alerts about crime. So back in August, they quickly learned that a man riding his bicycle along Springlake Way made a lewd comment to a woman, that a gunman threatened a resident on Broxton Road and that someone stole a television, a camera and an antique gold pocket watch from a house on Cotswold Road.
NEWS
June 5, 1994
Within 48 hours after the first assault wave hit Normandy on June 6, 1944, Allied forces had secured the beachhead and Hitler's Atlantic Wall began to crumble. But for the soldiers who survived D-Day and for the tens of thousands who who followed them, the battle for Europe had just begun.The 29th Division would not take its key objective in France, the town of St. Lo, until July 18. For the rest of the year, the battle raged across France, into Belgium and the Netherlands and finally into Germany.
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By William Thompson and William Thompson,Sun Staff Writer | June 4, 1994
The first thing that happened to the tens of thousands of Allied troops headed for Normandy half a century ago was that they didn't go.The soldiers, crammed into steel-hulled invasion craft of all sizes, set off from the coast of England on June 4. The first waves of American, British and Canadian troops were supposed to cross the English Channel under darkness and hit the Normandy beaches at low tide early June 5.But even before many vessels got out of...
NEWS
August 2, 2006
On July 30, 2006, MARGARET A. ELBURN (nee Lunn); beloved wife of the late Robert L. Elburn and cherished mother of Vickie L. Beatty and her husband Raymond; devoted grandmother of Raymond Beatty, Jr. and John Beatty; loving Mom to her pets, Butchie, Blackie, Nuce and Tabby. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and friends. Friends are invited to call at Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc., 3631 Falls Road, on Tuesday and Wednesday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services will be held at the funeral home on Thursday, at 10 A.M. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery.
NEWS
September 29, 2005
John Edward "Booty" Elburn Sr., a semiretired Eastern Shore waterman and lifelong Rock Hall resident, died of cancer Monday at Chester River Hospital Center. He was 76. Born and raised on East Neck Island near Rock Hall, Mr. Elburn was the son of a waterman. He attended Kent County public schools and then began working on his father's boat. For more than 40 years, Mr. Elburn sailed the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries tonging for oysters and crabbing from his boat, Daytona Dottie. At his death, he was still doing some crabbing, family members said.
NEWS
November 5, 2003
William Arthur Elburn, former owner and operator of a North Baltimore auto repair shop and filling station, died of a stroke Sunday at Sinai Hospital. The Reisterstown resident was 88. Mr. Elburn was born in Baltimore, raised in Hampden and graduated in 1933 from Forest Park High School. Then he began working with his father, Herbert Elburn, who a year earlier had established Elburn's Garage in the 4500 block of Falls Road. The younger Mr. Elburn managed the business until retiring in 1973, turning it over to his two sons and daughter, who operated it until closing in 1987.
NEWS
November 4, 2003
On November 2, 2003, WILLIAM A., of Reisterstown, MD. Husband of the late Margaret B. (nee Batchelor) Elburn; father of the late M. Linda Egolf, Wilton A. and his wife Kathie Lynn Elburn, Stewart W. Elburn and his companion Janet D. Trimble; grandfather of Lori Isenhour, Amy Mummert, Drew Elburn, Jill Nichols, Matthew and Jeffrey Elburn. Also survived by eight great-grandchildren; brother of the late Anna Ayres. Services from ELINE FUNERAL HOME, 11824 Reisterstown Road (at Franklin Blvd.
FEATURES
By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,SUN STAFF | March 29, 2001
Finally, our long regional nightmare is over. Yesterday, after seeing a report in The Sun, a Timonium man stepped forward to take credit for dreaming up "Fear the turtle," the slogan that has become a rallying cry for University of Maryland basketball fans this season. His name is Drew Elburn. He's 32 and works for a computer consulting firm in Baltimore. And no, he didn't go to school at College Park - he attended Washington College. Elburn said he thought up the slogan three years ago as he and some friends drove to the MCI Center in Washington to watch the Terrapins play Stanford.
BUSINESS
By Deidre Nerreau McCabe and Deidre Nerreau McCabe,Sun Staff Writer | February 12, 1995
Rock Hall may be one of the state's few tourist destinations where glossy, color brochures proclaim, "Transients Welcome."In Rock Hall, a Chesapeake Bay community of 1,600, the transients being wooed are recreational boaters. In a town where the number of boat slips almost equals the number of full-time residents, boaters -- transient or otherwise -- are always welcome.With a sheltered harbor within easy sailing distance of Baltimore, Annapolis, St. Michael's and other popular destinations and 12 commercial marinas in and around the town, boating has become the town's leading industry.
NEWS
May 31, 1994
Religion's role in shaping public policyIn their letter of May 19, Ronald Hube and Fred Elburn accuse the Baltimore City Council of ignoring the constitutional separation of church and state when it defeated the city's domestic partnership bill, which was opposed by many Christians.Messrs. Hube and Elburn are misguided in their appeal to the Constitution on this matter. Furthermore, their viewpoint is actually subversive of the very constitutional liberties they pretend to champion.The letter states that council members "chose to ignore the clear mandate of our country's Constitution, which says church and state must be separate."
BUSINESS
By Deidre Nerreau McCabe and Deidre Nerreau McCabe,Sun Staff Writer | February 12, 1995
Rock Hall may be one of the state's few tourist destinations where glossy, color brochures proclaim, "Transients Welcome."In Rock Hall, a Chesapeake Bay community of 1,600, the transients being wooed are recreational boaters. In a town where the number of boat slips almost equals the number of full-time residents, boaters -- transient or otherwise -- are always welcome.With a sheltered harbor within easy sailing distance of Baltimore, Annapolis, St. Michael's and other popular destinations and 12 commercial marinas in and around the town, boating has become the town's leading industry.
NEWS
November 17, 1994
Fred L.C. Stapf, 52, president of the Henry W. Stapf meat business founded by his father, died Sunday after a heart attack at his home in Timonium. A memorial service was scheduled for 11 a.m. today at the Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, 6500 York Road.Mr. Stapf is survived by his wife, the former Karen Friedman; two daughters, Debra Berman of Los Angeles and Beth Michelson of Novi, Mich.; three sisters, Gail S. Smith of Murray Hill in Baltimore County, Carole S. Kohler of Salisbury and Kathryn S. Gaertner of Towson; and a granddaughter.
NEWS
June 5, 1994
Within 48 hours after the first assault wave hit Normandy on June 6, 1944, Allied forces had secured the beachhead and Hitler's Atlantic Wall began to crumble. But for the soldiers who survived D-Day and for the tens of thousands who who followed them, the battle for Europe had just begun.The 29th Division would not take its key objective in France, the town of St. Lo, until July 18. For the rest of the year, the battle raged across France, into Belgium and the Netherlands and finally into Germany.
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