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March 5, 2003
On March 2, 2003; THOMAS J. FARO, of Arnold, MD. Beloved life partner of Karen L. Maex; devoted father of Dawn Fifer, Stacey Uhnen and Kelly Hartwig; dear brother of Gail Siegel and Joyce Murphy. Also, survived by five grandchildren. Friends may call at the BARRANCO & SONS, P.A. SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Highway at Robinson Road on Wednesday from 7 to 9 PM and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM. Services will be held on Friday 11 AM at the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church. Burial in Meadowridge Memorial Park.
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By Alan Friedman and Karen Hosler | September 19, 2004
"Why come here?" The waiter surprised us with the question, especially coming as it did just after he served us a tray of huge, lobster-like grilled prawns. He must have been so accustomed to tourists blowing by the quiet seaside town of Faro for trendier spots on the Algarve beach scene that he assumed all but the locals were immune to its charms. But as we look back over 10 days of one lovely Portuguese adventure after another, it's that evening in Faro we recall most fondly - dining with a handful of others on the deck of a small restaurant overlooking the neat little harbor.
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By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 8, 1997
When Millie Faro began working in the cafeteria of Lindale Junior High in 1971, the staff still baked the bread for lunch, Salisbury steak was a menu staple, and her youngest child had just entered the first grade.Twenty-six years later, the same school building is now North County High, a food court has replaced the traditional cafeteria service, and Faro's grandchildren are her customers.Friday afternoon when Faro hung up her serving spoon and retired as a food court manager from the part-time job that became a career, she left behind students, staff members and co- workers who will remember her fondly as the "lunchroom lady."
NEWS
March 1, 2004
On February 27, 2004, MARY R. (nee Faro); beloved wife of the late George A. Steigerwald; loving mother of Joseph J. Steigerwald, and Mary Lou C. Burkhardt, and devoted mother-in-law of Theresa D. Steigerwald and Robert R. Burkhardt; dear grandmother of Lisa Langston, Thomas Bohager, Jr., Mary Hametz, David Bohager, and Michelle Issing. Also survived by 18 great grandchildren. Loving sister of Grace Burger, Josephine Smith and the late Catherine Dell'Acqua, Anthony "Tony" Faro, Annette Saverino, George Faro, John Faro, Salvadore "Sam" Faro, and Ann Weeks; dear sister-in-law of Loretta Hippler and Maime Steigerwald.
BUSINESS
By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF | June 23, 1996
When Michael Raphael, a Baltimore design engineer, got his first look at a prototype of an intricate, modernist sculpture commissioned by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games, he wasn't sure he could crack the mystery he'd been summoned to solve.A former engineer with defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp., Raphael had tackled his share of design brain twisters. But this one was imposing.The reason: the sculpture, "World Events," wasn't in one piece. It was to be a web of miniature human figures welded together to form the shape of a head and torso with arms embracing a sphere.
NEWS
March 1, 2004
On February 27, 2004, MARY R. (nee Faro); beloved wife of the late George A. Steigerwald; loving mother of Joseph J. Steigerwald, and Mary Lou C. Burkhardt, and devoted mother-in-law of Theresa D. Steigerwald and Robert R. Burkhardt; dear grandmother of Lisa Langston, Thomas Bohager, Jr., Mary Hametz, David Bohager, and Michelle Issing. Also survived by 18 great grandchildren. Loving sister of Grace Burger, Josephine Smith and the late Catherine Dell'Acqua, Anthony "Tony" Faro, Annette Saverino, George Faro, John Faro, Salvadore "Sam" Faro, and Ann Weeks; dear sister-in-law of Loretta Hippler and Maime Steigerwald.
NEWS
By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | October 28, 2003
Kory Heinbuck, a developmentally disabled 7-year-old boy, has lived in many different places during his short life. His favorite so far is the small brown home of Susan Faro, the Anne Arundel County school secretary who met Kory last year and took him in after a series of family difficulties left the boy in need of a place to stay. To an outside observer, Kory's living situation is a remarkable example of how school employees sometimes shoulder responsibilities far beyond their job descriptions.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Clarinda Harriss and Clarinda Harriss,Special to the Sun | April 1, 2001
"The Peppered Moth," by Margaret Drabble. Harcourt. 369 pages. $25. This is the setting in which I read Margaret Drabble's latest novel, "The Peppered Moth": a month containing more than a dozen family birthdays, including my own; an entire weekend of four-generational family celebrations; a full day's dark sleet, scheduled to bloom any minute into a spring blizzard; a return bout with the winter's world-championship-level flu; the movie "Back to the...
TRAVEL
By Alan Friedman and Karen Hosler | September 19, 2004
"Why come here?" The waiter surprised us with the question, especially coming as it did just after he served us a tray of huge, lobster-like grilled prawns. He must have been so accustomed to tourists blowing by the quiet seaside town of Faro for trendier spots on the Algarve beach scene that he assumed all but the locals were immune to its charms. But as we look back over 10 days of one lovely Portuguese adventure after another, it's that evening in Faro we recall most fondly - dining with a handful of others on the deck of a small restaurant overlooking the neat little harbor.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 25, 1998
Sunset Strip private eye Buddy Faro (Dennis Farina) was the toast of the town back in the Rat Pack era of Dino, Sammy and Frank. But then he dropped out of sight in the late 1970s -- when everything went a-ring-a-ding-wrong -- and hasn't been heard from since.Until now, that is, when a nerdy guy with private-eye dreams (Frank Whaley) discovers Faro doing a Rip Van Winkle down Mexico way. Actually, it's a Rip Van Winkle on the vino, baby, and Faro's a pretty sorry-looking shadow of himself.
NEWS
By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | October 28, 2003
Kory Heinbuck, a developmentally disabled 7-year-old boy, has lived in many different places during his short life. His favorite so far is the small brown home of Susan Faro, the Anne Arundel County school secretary who met Kory last year and took him in after a series of family difficulties left the boy in need of a place to stay. To an outside observer, Kory's living situation is a remarkable example of how school employees sometimes shoulder responsibilities far beyond their job descriptions.
NEWS
March 6, 2003
On March 2, 2003; THOMAS J. FARO, of Arnold, MD. Beloved life partner of Karen L. Maex; devoted father of Dawn Fifer, Stacey Uhden and Kelly Hartwig; dear brother of Gail Siegel and Joyce Murphy. Also, survived by five grandchildren. Friends may call at the BARRANCO & SONS, P.A. SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Highway at Robinson Road on Wednesday from 7 to 9 PM and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM. Services will be held on Friday 11 AM at the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church. Burial in Meadowridge Memorial Park.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Clarinda Harriss and Clarinda Harriss,Special to the Sun | April 1, 2001
"The Peppered Moth," by Margaret Drabble. Harcourt. 369 pages. $25. This is the setting in which I read Margaret Drabble's latest novel, "The Peppered Moth": a month containing more than a dozen family birthdays, including my own; an entire weekend of four-generational family celebrations; a full day's dark sleet, scheduled to bloom any minute into a spring blizzard; a return bout with the winter's world-championship-level flu; the movie "Back to the...
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 25, 1998
Sunset Strip private eye Buddy Faro (Dennis Farina) was the toast of the town back in the Rat Pack era of Dino, Sammy and Frank. But then he dropped out of sight in the late 1970s -- when everything went a-ring-a-ding-wrong -- and hasn't been heard from since.Until now, that is, when a nerdy guy with private-eye dreams (Frank Whaley) discovers Faro doing a Rip Van Winkle down Mexico way. Actually, it's a Rip Van Winkle on the vino, baby, and Faro's a pretty sorry-looking shadow of himself.
NEWS
By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 8, 1997
When Millie Faro began working in the cafeteria of Lindale Junior High in 1971, the staff still baked the bread for lunch, Salisbury steak was a menu staple, and her youngest child had just entered the first grade.Twenty-six years later, the same school building is now North County High, a food court has replaced the traditional cafeteria service, and Faro's grandchildren are her customers.Friday afternoon when Faro hung up her serving spoon and retired as a food court manager from the part-time job that became a career, she left behind students, staff members and co- workers who will remember her fondly as the "lunchroom lady."
BUSINESS
By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF | June 23, 1996
When Michael Raphael, a Baltimore design engineer, got his first look at a prototype of an intricate, modernist sculpture commissioned by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games, he wasn't sure he could crack the mystery he'd been summoned to solve.A former engineer with defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp., Raphael had tackled his share of design brain twisters. But this one was imposing.The reason: the sculpture, "World Events," wasn't in one piece. It was to be a web of miniature human figures welded together to form the shape of a head and torso with arms embracing a sphere.
NEWS
April 21, 2003
On April 19, 2003 JOSEPH A. MILLER SR., of Linthicum, devoted husband of Viola (nee Faro) Miller, beloved father of Joseph Miller Jr., Rosemary Malecki and Richard Miller, loving grandfather of five and great-grandfather of two. The family will receive visitors at the Singleton Funeral Home P.A., 1 Second Ave. S.W., (at Crain Hwy) Glen Burnie from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Monday and Tuesday. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the St. Philip Neri Catholic Church on Wednesday at 9 A.M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery.
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