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May 9, 1997
Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company recently installed officers for 1997 at its banquet.Administrative officers are: Robert Rill, president; Steve Hardesty, first vice president; Kevin Hann, second vice president; Gary Wheeler, recording secretary, and Carrie Hale, assistant; Raymond Rill Jr., treasurer, and Todd Mitchell, assistant; Dennis Wroten, financial secretary, and David Brown, assistant; Bayard Bollinger, chaplain.Fire line officers are: Raymond Rill Jr., chief, and David Brown, assistant; Scott Therit, captain; Steve Hardesty, first lieutenant; Jeff Lowe, second lieutenant.
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January 16, 2005
The Gamber and Community Fire Company recently held its annual banquet, installing officers for 2005 and presenting awards for 2004. Administrative officers are: Calvin Brothers, president; Robert Klinefelter, first vice president; Dale Bollinger, second vice president; Clayton Myers Jr., treasurer; Christine Green, recording secretary; Jeannie Green, corresponding secretary; W. Chad Hastings, sergeant-at-arms; Bruce Bouch, Thomas Flater III, Charles D....
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January 7, 1994
Two Anne Arundel sheriff's deputies were promoted to first lieutenant during a ceremony at the county courthouse in Annapolis yesterday.Lt. John Plantholt, 47, a former Baltimore police officer, is the commander of the Transportation Division. Lt. Ed Smith, 39, is a Warrant Service Team leader.RTC Also, Deputy Sheriff Edward Wholey was awarded a citation. He was shot three times by an unidentified gunman March 24 during a traffic stop on Old Mill Road in Severn. He was wearing a bullet-proof vest and was not injured.
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July 1, 2004
Taneytown Economic Development Commission will hold its monthly business breakfast at 7:30 a.m. July 9 at Thunderhead Bowling Centre, 4337 Old Taneytown Road. Jonas Jacobson, director of waste management administration for the Maryland Department of the Environment, will discuss the Maryland Brownfields program. The cost for breakfast is $5.50, payable at the meeting. Reservations are required by Wednesday at 410-751-1100. Key High Class of 1989 to hold reunion July 17 The Francis Scott Key High School Class of 1989 will hold its 15th class reunion from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. July 17 at the New Windsor Carnival Grounds on Atlee Avenue.
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December 26, 1996
Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company recently held its annual banquet to install 1997 officers and present awards for 1996.James H. Parker was named Fireman of the Year for service and dedication.Dawn Knox, Linda Lookingbill, Donnalee Hartman and Nancy Glass were given honorary membership for service. Earl Lookingbill received a president's pin and plaque. Michael Glass received a chief's pin and plaque.The year's top 10 fire responders are Tony Wolfe, Graham Wildasin, Shane Timberman, Howard Welty, Craig Bare, Glenn Haines, Wayne Baker, Mark Riggs, Fern Haines, Phil Petry.
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March 26, 1999
Pleasant Valley Community Fire Company recently presented awards for 1998 and installed 1999 officers at its annual banquet.The top 10 fire responders for 1998 were: Richard Harman Sr., Kim Royer, Michael Swartzbaugh, Robert McCurdy, William Wantz, Michael Gist, Forrest Shaw, John Royer Jr., Michael Bowie and Charles Lee.The top 10 ambulance responders were: Kimberly Royer, Jeffrey Schaffer, Charles Velte, Michael Swartzbaugh, Sue Mott, Charles Lee, Mike...
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December 31, 1998
The Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company installed officers for next year at its recent annual banquet.Administrative officers are Michael Clapsaddle, president; Fern Haines, first vice president; Doug Bare, second vice president; Randy Tracey, recording secretary; Charles Parrish, financial secretary; James Parker, treasurer; Robert Trankley, assistant treasurer; Craig Austin, James Carl and Moe Parrish, members at large; Wayne Staley and James Haines, county...
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February 2, 1994
Francis L. LigouriInsurance agentFrancis L. Ligouri, a retired agent for The Prudential Insurance Co. of America, died early yesterday at Franklin Square Hospital of heart failure. He was 78 and lived on Edgefield Road in Parkville.He retired in 1977 after being a Prudential agent since coming to Baltimore in 1954. Earlier, he managed W. T. Grant stores in New England.Born in New Rochelle, N.Y., he was a graduate of 1992 PHOTO the University of Vermont.During World War II, he served in the Army, briefly in the Fighting 69th (the Rainbow Division)
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February 13, 1995
The Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department recently had its annual awards banquet.Robert Sterner was given the Firefighter of the Year award for his active service through the years. A fire lieutenant in 1994 and a pump operator, he responded to 82 ambulance calls and 152 fire calls and has 107 hours of specialized training.Top responders to fire calls in 1994 were: John Krebs, 215; Kevin Dickmyer, 171; Jeff Mayle, 156; Robert Sterner, 152; and Mike Buckley, 141, who also had the most ambulance responses, 122.The Ladies Auxiliary presented a check for $5,000 to the company toward the purchase of a new rescue tool.
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March 27, 2003
Union Bridge Volunteer Fire Company will hold a countywide dance for youth from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday at the fire hall. Ages 12 to 18, or in grades seven to 12, are welcome. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Admission is $5. Soft drinks will be sold for 25 cents and hot dogs for 50 cents. The fire hall is at 8 W. Locust St. Information: 410-775-7780. Union Bridge election scheduled for May 13 Union Bridge will hold a town election May 13 for mayor and two council members. To vote, residents must be U.S. citizens, age 18 on or before election day, must have lived in the town 30 days before the election, and be registered.
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By Tim Craig and Ivan Penn and Tim Craig and Ivan Penn,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2003
Recalling the birthday of one of the nation's renowned civil rights leaders, Michael S. Steele became Maryland's first black lieutenant governor yesterday and vowed to become a leader for the state's under-represented communities. After being sworn in by the state's first African-American chief judge of the Court of Appeals, Steele noted the symbolism of having his first day on the job occur on the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. "Forty years ago, Martin Luther King had a dream," Steele said in his inaugural address.
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February 24, 2000
Union Bridge Volunteer Fire Company honored its members for service and installed 2000 officers at its annual banquet Saturday. The top 10 fire and rescue responders for 1999 were: Robert Boone, Brenda Burdette, Chad Green, Daniel Zile, David Nelson, Jim Harris, Archer Jones, Steve Keeney, Thomas Garber and Edgar Wentz. The top 10 ambulance responders last year were: Edgar Wentz, Keith Phillips, Michelle Barattucci, Brenda Burdette, Richard Michael, Daniel Zile, Chad Green, Kristy Wingate, Tom Mitten Jr., Bobbi Jo Mitten and Fred Green (tie)
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March 26, 1999
Pleasant Valley Community Fire Company recently presented awards for 1998 and installed 1999 officers at its annual banquet.The top 10 fire responders for 1998 were: Richard Harman Sr., Kim Royer, Michael Swartzbaugh, Robert McCurdy, William Wantz, Michael Gist, Forrest Shaw, John Royer Jr., Michael Bowie and Charles Lee.The top 10 ambulance responders were: Kimberly Royer, Jeffrey Schaffer, Charles Velte, Michael Swartzbaugh, Sue Mott, Charles Lee, Mike...
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 26, 1998
The Pleasant Valley Community Fire Company burned the mortgage on its building at its annual banquet last month at the fire hall and honored those who helped pay off the debt.The company broke ground for the building at 2030 S. Pleasant Valley Road on May 2, 1982.The fire department has had help from the Ladies Auxiliary, which has donated more than $400,000 since 1981. Recognized were past presidents Donna Geiman, Barbara Davis, Brenda Hay, Angie Becker and Kim Thomas.Also honored was Richard Smith, chairman of the building committee and general contractor for the project.
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