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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2012
Florence J. Micherdzinski, a retired Bendix Corp. executive assistant and an avid gardener, died Friday of an intestinal blockage at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. She was 88. Florence Januzak was born and raised in Buffalo, N.Y., where she graduated in 1943 from Villa Maria Academy. After graduating from high school, she worked as a secretary for New York state government in Buffalo, until moving to Washington in the late 1940s. In 1953, when the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare was established during the administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Mrs. Micherdzinski became the administrative assistant to Oveta Culp Hobby, who was named to head the department.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
William A. Fogle Jr., who served as Mayor William Donald Schaefer's executive assistant and all-purpose troubleshooter and later became secretary of the Maryland Department of Licensing and Regulation, died Wednesday at his Glen Rock, Pa., farm of complications from a stroke. He was 79. "Bill was Mayor Schaefer's troubleshooter, and any time he had problems, he knew he could rely on him," said Tom Toporovich, former secretary to the Baltimore County Council and a longtime friend.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
William A. Fogle Jr., who served as Mayor William Donald Schaefer's executive assistant and all-purpose troubleshooter and later became secretary of the Maryland Department of Licensing and Regulation, died Wednesday at his Glen Rock, Pa., farm of complications from a stroke. He was 79. "Bill was Mayor Schaefer's troubleshooter, and any time he had problems, he knew he could rely on him," said Tom Toporovich, former secretary to the Baltimore County Council and a longtime friend.
HEALTH
By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2014
Trueheart4me was 5-foot-9, spiritual but not religious, and a social drinker, her Match.com profile read. She loved the water, traveling and a good belly laugh. There was one more thing she labeled "full disclosure. " She had cancer. "I was very lucky in that it was caught early and underwent surgery in early November that was a complete success," the profile read. "The cancer is now gone, however, I'll be in treatment for the next several months. … I expect to be finished up in early May, at which time I am also hoping my hair grows back!"
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | February 10, 2013
R. Lucille Eliasberg, a former executive assistant at the Roland Park Country School who was known equally for her charm and toughness, will be remembered Saturday at the school where her daughter and granddaughter followed her. Ms. Eliasberg died of age-related issues Wednesday at Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. She was 93. "She was a woman to admire for her courage, spunk and character, but the message in her eye and her bearing was unmistakable: offend at your peril," said her oldest son, Richard R. Jones, 62, president of PCA, a graphics company in Timonium.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | September 24, 2009
Margaret M. Schwartze, a retired executive assistant and longtime Severna Park resident, died Monday of heart failure at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. She was 65. Ms. Schwartze was born in Yonkers, N.Y., and was raised in Severna Park and the Eastern Shore. She was a 1961 graduate of Severna Park High School. Ms. Schwartze was employed for more than three decades as an executive assistant for the Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund. After retiring in 2003, she lived in The Villages, Fla., until moving back to the area two years ago. An animal lover who was fond of Shih Tzu miniatures, she also enjoyed boating and reading.
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August 11, 2005
Irene May Keesler, a retired Johns Hopkins University executive assistant, died of heart failure Aug. 4 at St. Joseph Medical Center. The Timonium resident was 78. Born Irene Zoeller in Dumont, N.J., she attended the Scudder secretarial school in New York City and worked there for Gulf Oil Corp. She met and married Carl Von Elm, a Gulf Oil drilling engineer. They later divorced. In 1962, she married Don Keesler, a salesman for the old Manhattan Shirt Co., and moved to Baltimore, where she became executive assistant to George Owen, Hopkins' dean of arts and sciences at the Homewood campus.
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July 27, 2004
Edna "Emo" O'Connor, a retired administrative assistant at WBAL broadcasting, died of cancer Friday at Kensington Park Assisted Living, where she had lived since April. She was 89 and formerly resided in Ellicott City and Northwood. Born and raised in Overlea, Edna Mason was a 1932 graduate of Eastern High School. She began working for WBAL radio in the mid-1930s when the station was in the Lexington Building in downtown Baltimore. She became executive assistant to five general managers of WBAL television operations, including working 15 years with the late Brent O. Gunts.
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April 1, 2001
Kathy Hammel promoted to media buyer at Rosse Kathy Hammel of Westminster has been promoted to media buyer at Rosse & Associates Inc. of Sparks. Rosse is a full-service advertising, marketing communications and public relations firm. Hammel has been with Rosse for eight years, previously as executive assistant and office manager. She attended the University of Southern Mississippi and is a graduate of Commercial College in Shreveport, La.
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By JACQUES KELLY | January 3, 2009
Mary Hilda Counselman, a retired Johns Hopkins executive assistant, died of lymphoma Thursday at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. She was 86. Born in Baltimore and raised on Augusta Avenue, she was a 1941 Mount St. Agnes High School graduate and earned a bachelor's degree at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland in 1945. Miss Counselman spent 32 years of her career at the Johns Hopkins Medical School as executive assistant to Dr. Vernon Mountcastle and then as executive administrator of the Department of Physiology, family members said.
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By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2013
"Deep" and "sitcom" are not words often used in the same sentence. But a visit to the "VEEP" soundstage in Columbia gave a glimpse of the larger cultural power of this savvy satire from HBO, returning for its second season Sunday night. I also came away dazzled by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who last year won an Emmy as best comedic actress for her portrayal of Vice President Selina Meyer. "VEEP" drills as far down into the state of the national psyche as any TV comedy has in the past 30 years.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | February 10, 2013
R. Lucille Eliasberg, a former executive assistant at the Roland Park Country School who was known equally for her charm and toughness, will be remembered Saturday at the school where her daughter and granddaughter followed her. Ms. Eliasberg died of age-related issues Wednesday at Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. She was 93. "She was a woman to admire for her courage, spunk and character, but the message in her eye and her bearing was unmistakable: offend at your peril," said her oldest son, Richard R. Jones, 62, president of PCA, a graphics company in Timonium.
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July 11, 2012
James and Teresa Crumpler, of Forest Hill, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jamie Teresa Crumpler, to Christopher Sean Kalck, son of Lawrence and Geraldine Kalck, of Fallston. Crumpler is a 1997 graduate of Fallston High School and a 2001 graduate of Towson University, where she earned a bachelor of science in mass communications. She is an executive assistant with Constellation in Baltimore. Kalck is a 1995 graduate of Fallston High School and a 1999 graduate of Goucher College, where he earned a bachelor of arts in applied mathematics.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 11, 2012
Bruce Page Wilson, former president of Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co., who earlier had been president of the old Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad, died July 5 of complications from a stroke at Nubbin Ridge, his Green Spring Valley home, where he had lived for more than half a century. He was 92. "Bruce Wilson was a very strong and ethical person. He had it all," said H. Grant Hathaway, former chairman and chief executive officer of the old Equitable Trust Bank. "He was ... a terrific competitor.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2012
Florence J. Micherdzinski, a retired Bendix Corp. executive assistant and an avid gardener, died Friday of an intestinal blockage at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. She was 88. Florence Januzak was born and raised in Buffalo, N.Y., where she graduated in 1943 from Villa Maria Academy. After graduating from high school, she worked as a secretary for New York state government in Buffalo, until moving to Washington in the late 1940s. In 1953, when the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare was established during the administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Mrs. Micherdzinski became the administrative assistant to Oveta Culp Hobby, who was named to head the department.
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September 20, 2011
The last City Hall in the Park for the season, scheduled for Sept. 28 at Cypress Field, has been canceled and no new date has been set. Lou Ann Crook, executive assistant to Mayor Craig Moe, said there was a scheduling conflict and they hope to reschedule the outdoor meeting in the next couple of weeks. Moe and city management staff hold the outdoor meetings from May to September as an informal opportunity to update residents on city activities and allow residents to meet one-on-one with elected officials and senior staff.
NEWS
February 10, 1991
Unsuccessful County Commissioner candidate Peggy T. Gordon and her husband Irvin met with Commissioner President Donald I. Dell and Vice President Elmer C. Lippy Jr. last week in what was a rare half-hour session with citizens.The Gordons -- who have had a string of zoning-related lawsuits with the county over the past 14 years -- talked to the commissioners Thursday, expressing dismay with the county's zoning laws.They also wanted to protest the county's charging South Carroll residents for new water meters, even though the county is not installing them.
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September 20, 2011
The last City Hall in the Park for the season, scheduled for Sept. 28 at Cypress Field, has been canceled and no new date has been set. Lou Ann Crook, executive assistant to Mayor Craig Moe, said there was a scheduling conflict and they hope to reschedule the outdoor meeting in the next couple of weeks. Moe and city management staff hold the outdoor meetings from May to September as an informal opportunity to update residents on city activities and allow residents to meet one-on-one with elected officials and senior staff.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2011
Darthea Redding Kerr, a soprano vocalist who worked as executive assistant to the National Symphony Orchestra and personnel manager of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, died Aug. 16 of cancer at her home in Essex. She was 61. Mrs. Kerr was born in 1949 in Philadelphia. She was the second daughter of James and Jane Redding, and was raised in Severna Park. Mrs. Kerr started singing as a young girl at school, where the choir teacher encouraged her to pursue singing, her sister said.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | July 29, 2011
Martha O. Roseman, a retired Johns Hopkins University associate dean of academic advising who was recalled as a "grandmother" for those at the Homewood campus, died of cancer July 22 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Pikesville resident was 90. Born Martha Ozrowitz in Brooklyn, N.Y., she earned a degree at the Bernard Baruch School of Business, a branch of the City College of New York. In an autobiographical sketch, she recalled taking additional courses at the school's 135th Street campus, which was not coed and where she said she was "surrounded by 5,000 male undergraduates.
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