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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | June 27, 2011
Charles L. Schelberg, a retired Eastern Shore banker and a World War II veteran who served with the Navy in the Pacific, died June 19 of pneumonia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Queenstown resident was 86. Mr. Schelberg was born in Wilmington, Del., and raised in Towson, where he graduated in 1942 from Towson High School. He attended Washington College for a year before enlisting in the Navy in 1943. Mr. Schelberg was a seaman assigned to the destroyer escort USS Abercrombie, where he was a member of an anti-aircraft gun crew and performed damage-control duties.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | June 27, 2011
Charles L. Schelberg, a retired Eastern Shore banker and a World War II veteran who served with the Navy in the Pacific, died June 19 of pneumonia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Queenstown resident was 86. Mr. Schelberg was born in Wilmington, Del., and raised in Towson, where he graduated in 1942 from Towson High School. He attended Washington College for a year before enlisting in the Navy in 1943. Mr. Schelberg was a seaman assigned to the destroyer escort USS Abercrombie, where he was a member of an anti-aircraft gun crew and performed damage-control duties.
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August 9, 1993
Bank employees help charity group build a homeEmployees of Farmers National Bank recently lent a hand to Arundel Habitat for Humanity by building a home in Marley Park.Volunteers from the bank included: Ross Selby, senior vice president; Sherri Anderson, marketing director; Sonny Walker, vice president; Joe Schmidt, loan officer; Marsha Clemmer, loan review officer; Sue Barry, branch manager; and Judy O'Malley, assistant branch manager.Farmers National Bank also made a $1,000 donation to Arundel Habitat for Humanity.
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December 1, 1999
County police are looking for a man who used a note to rob a Glen Burnie bank branch Monday before fleeing in a gray Acura.The robber implied that he had a weapon in handing the holdup note to a teller at Farmers National Bank in the 200 block of Hospital Drive about 11 a.m. He was described as black, 5-feet-6 to 5-feet-8-inches tall, 130 pounds, with a mustache and wearing a tan hat, khaki pants and sunglasses.
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September 15, 1994
Bankers group names presidentThe newly formed Anne Arundel Bankers Community Reinvestment Group has elected Cheryl A. Anderson-Neff as the group's president. The group is made up of representatives from several area banks.Ms. Anderson-Neff is director of marketing and community reinvestment at Farmers National Bank in Annapolis.According to Ms. Anderson-Neff, the goal is to "educate ourselves and our local citizens about current community issues and look for ways to work together for the betterment of Anne Arundel County neighborhoods."
NEWS
December 1, 1999
County police are looking for a man who used a note to rob a Glen Burnie bank branch Monday before fleeing in a gray Acura.The robber implied that he had a weapon in handing the holdup note to a teller at Farmers National Bank in the 200 block of Hospital Drive about 11 a.m. He was described as black, 5-feet-6 to 5-feet-8-inches tall, 130 pounds, with a mustache and wearing a tan hat, khaki pants and sunglasses.
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December 9, 1993
Vassilaros honored with metallurgy awardDr. Michael G. Vassilaros of Annapolis was recently awarded the George W. Melville award for his contributions in the field of metallurgy and materials.The award is the highest technical honor bestowed on scientists and engineers working at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Annapolis.Dr. Vassilaros, the 33rd award recipient, introduced high strength, low alloy (HSLA) steels to naval construction.This led to an increase in productivity and ship performance, as well as reduced cost.
NEWS
December 22, 1994
County police arrested a Heritage Harbour man Tuesday afternoon on charges that he robbed a Severna Park bank. Police think the suspect also robbed a Heritage Harbour bank earlier in the day.The suspect was arrested at Ritchie Highway and College Parkway shortly after the 1 p.m. robbery of a Loyola Federal Savings bank in the 500 block of Ritchie Highway, police said.Joseph Campbell, a 44-year-old retired Anne Arundel county police officer, called police on his car phone and gave officers a description of the suspect's car, an Oldsmobile Cutlass with Delaware tags.
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December 24, 1992
ANNE ARUNDEL BUSINESSAdvice to businesses offered in First FridaysBeginning January 8, the Anne Arundel Trade Council is offering a program called First Friday, a monthly gathering in which small-business people are encouraged to bring their bag lunches to the Trade Council offices to hear expert business advice.First Fridays are from noon to 1 p.m. at the conference room at 1460 Ritchie Highway, Suite 209, in Arnold.The program is free to Council members. For non-members, the cost is $25 per session.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | December 18, 1992
Rachel Spangle is learning the value of saving, a quarter at a time.She and 10 other sixth graders at Chesapeake Bay Middle School lined up yesterday morning in Christine DiCio's classroom to deposit their spare change in savings accounts provided by Farmers National Bank."
NEWS
December 22, 1994
County police arrested a Heritage Harbour man Tuesday afternoon on charges that he robbed a Severna Park bank. Police think the suspect also robbed a Heritage Harbour bank earlier in the day.The suspect was arrested at Ritchie Highway and College Parkway shortly after the 1 p.m. robbery of a Loyola Federal Savings bank in the 500 block of Ritchie Highway, police said.Joseph Campbell, a 44-year-old retired Anne Arundel county police officer, called police on his car phone and gave officers a description of the suspect's car, an Oldsmobile Cutlass with Delaware tags.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Sun Staff Writer | December 15, 1994
A former special assistant in the Anne Arundel County state's attorney's office pleaded guilty yesterday to stealing $12,700 from the office while he was prosecuting probation violations.Alvin Jones Arnett, 59, of the 200 block of Severn Drive in Annapolis pleaded guilty to misappropriation by a fiduciary before Judge Raymond G. Thieme Jr. As a part of the plea agreement, Arnett surrendered his license to practice law, agreed to perform 100 hours of community service and returned $205. He paid back $12,500 the day he was confronted with the evidence of the thefts.
NEWS
September 15, 1994
Bankers group names presidentThe newly formed Anne Arundel Bankers Community Reinvestment Group has elected Cheryl A. Anderson-Neff as the group's president. The group is made up of representatives from several area banks.Ms. Anderson-Neff is director of marketing and community reinvestment at Farmers National Bank in Annapolis.According to Ms. Anderson-Neff, the goal is to "educate ourselves and our local citizens about current community issues and look for ways to work together for the betterment of Anne Arundel County neighborhoods."
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Sun Staff Writer | June 24, 1994
Four Annapolis banks have pooled $2 million to form a community housing fund that would make home equity loans available to people in Annapolis with low to moderate incomes.The loan program, designed to help people who may not qualify for traditional loans, is believed to be the first of its kind in the area, Margie H. Muller, state banking commissioner, said yesterday."This is being done all over the United States," she said, "but this is the first in the Annapolis area. There is a similar loan program in Western Maryland."
NEWS
December 9, 1993
Vassilaros honored with metallurgy awardDr. Michael G. Vassilaros of Annapolis was recently awarded the George W. Melville award for his contributions in the field of metallurgy and materials.The award is the highest technical honor bestowed on scientists and engineers working at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Annapolis.Dr. Vassilaros, the 33rd award recipient, introduced high strength, low alloy (HSLA) steels to naval construction.This led to an increase in productivity and ship performance, as well as reduced cost.
NEWS
August 9, 1993
Bank employees help charity group build a homeEmployees of Farmers National Bank recently lent a hand to Arundel Habitat for Humanity by building a home in Marley Park.Volunteers from the bank included: Ross Selby, senior vice president; Sherri Anderson, marketing director; Sonny Walker, vice president; Joe Schmidt, loan officer; Marsha Clemmer, loan review officer; Sue Barry, branch manager; and Judy O'Malley, assistant branch manager.Farmers National Bank also made a $1,000 donation to Arundel Habitat for Humanity.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Sun Staff Writer | June 24, 1994
Four Annapolis banks have pooled $2 million to form a community housing fund that would make home equity loans available to people in Annapolis with low to moderate incomes.The loan program, designed to help people who may not qualify for traditional loans, is believed to be the first of its kind in the area, Margie H. Muller, state banking commissioner, said yesterday."This is being done all over the United States," she said, "but this is the first in the Annapolis area. There is a similar loan program in Western Maryland."
NEWS
August 5, 1993
Farmers National Bank pays 25-cent dividendFarmers National Bank of Maryland has reported a quarterly dividend of 25 cents per share for shareholders of record June 30, 1993, payable July 15.Bank officials credit significant asset growth and a healthy loan portfolio for the company's enhanced financial position.Severn Visual Services acquires new printerSevern Visual Services, located in Glen Burnie, recently expanded its imaging capabilities with a Canon ColorQ system, which gives the firm short-run electronic color printing capabilities.
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