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January 26, 2007
ELEANOR MCGOVERN, 85 wife of presidential candidate Eleanor McGovern, the wife of former Democratic presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. George S. McGovern, died yesterday, according to a Mitchell, S.D., funeral home. Mrs. McGovern had suffered heart problems for five years and underwent bypass surgery last year, but the cause of her death was not given by the Bittner Funeral Chapel. Mr. McGovern, 84, represented South Dakota in the House of Representatives from 1957 to 1961 and in the Senate from 1963 to 1981.
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April 12, 2013
Longtime Catonsville resident Helen Cavey will mark her 100th birthday Friday, April 12. Her father, James Streit, worked as a woolen mill supervisor so the family made frequent moves through the southern part of the country. As an adolescent, Mrs. Cavey attended Ellicott City High School. Through a mutual interest in church music, she met her future husband, George Cavey. In 1936, Dr. John Nesbitt, pastor of Catonsville Presbyterian Church, married the couple in the bride's home on Frederick Avenue.
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NEWS
May 24, 2005
GLADYS E. KRADZ, age 82, passed away quietly at her home in Chesapeake, VA on May 19, 2005. Born in N.C. on June 28, 1922, she was the only child of the late Gertrude and late John Willis. Gladys met her husband when working at Langley Field during WWII as a propeller mechanic, later she worked at NACA. Her future husband, Michael P. Kradz, was enlisted in the Navy, stationed at NOB during this time. Gladys lived in Asheville, N.C. before she and her husband moved to Maryland. She worked many years as a proof-reader for Equitable Trust Bank on North Avenue in Baltimore City.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 18, 2011
Dr. Faina Nagel, a dentist who practiced in Columbia and had earlier lived in Leningrad and Israel, died of stomach cancer March 9 at her Howard County home. She was 54. Born Faina Okun in Belarus, she grew up in Leningrad and attended the Leningrad Pediatric Institute. Her father, a physics teacher, suffered the loss of his family, who were Jews, during World War II. Her mother was a store manager. As a teen, she was a member of the Young Communist Party. Family members said she encountered anti-Semitism and left the U.S.S.R.
NEWS
April 12, 2013
Longtime Catonsville resident Helen Cavey will mark her 100th birthday Friday, April 12. Her father, James Streit, worked as a woolen mill supervisor so the family made frequent moves through the southern part of the country. As an adolescent, Mrs. Cavey attended Ellicott City High School. Through a mutual interest in church music, she met her future husband, George Cavey. In 1936, Dr. John Nesbitt, pastor of Catonsville Presbyterian Church, married the couple in the bride's home on Frederick Avenue.
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By Crystal Williams and Crystal Williams,SUN STAFF | August 11, 2000
On a Monday night in November 1997, when Whitney Gilliece was dragged by her friends to a bar to watch football, the last thing she expected was to meet her future husband. She was feeling sick, but her friends talked her into going to TGIFriday's in Towson for "Monday Night Football" anyway. "I'm a Steelers fan," she explained, adding that she was not exactly dressed for romance. "I was wearing a jersey, a baseball hat backward, jeans with holes in them and work boots." She saw a fellow she thought was a "hunk" at the bar. His name was Chris Caretti, and as Whitney recalls: "He looked like James Bond in a three-piece suit, leaning against the bar, watching the game with a martini in his hand.
NEWS
December 17, 2004
Pauline Gore, 92, whose son Al became vice president and nearly won the presidency and whose husband had a long career in Congress, died Wednesday at her home in Carthage, Tenn. She had been weakened in recent years by strokes and a heart attack. Trained as a lawyer, Pauline Gore was a familiar figure on the campaign trails of her husband, Albert Gore Sr., and her son, former Vice President Al Gore. She played a central role in shaping her husband's campaign strategy. Gore Sr. was a liberal Democrat who served in the House from 1939 to 1953 and in the Senate from 1953 to 1970, and aspired to the presidency.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 18, 2011
Dr. Faina Nagel, a dentist who practiced in Columbia and had earlier lived in Leningrad and Israel, died of stomach cancer March 9 at her Howard County home. She was 54. Born Faina Okun in Belarus, she grew up in Leningrad and attended the Leningrad Pediatric Institute. Her father, a physics teacher, suffered the loss of his family, who were Jews, during World War II. Her mother was a store manager. As a teen, she was a member of the Young Communist Party. Family members said she encountered anti-Semitism and left the U.S.S.R.
NEWS
June 1, 2005
On May 28, 2005 JAMES, retired from GM after 49 years; devoted father of Kenneth D. Kessler and Regina Wilson; step-father of Helen Granlund; beloved companion of Helen Turbett of 25 years; dear brother of Opell Mc Culloch; loving grandfather of Dianne Pickett, Grant Wilson, Sueann Tote, Jessica Kessler and Valerie Kessler. Also survived by four step sons, 10 step grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and three step-great grandchildren. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Rd., on Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Service will be held on Friday 10 A.M. Interment Belair Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
February 2, 2006
It takes a formidable personality to remain in the spotlight nearly 40 years after the death of her internationally prominent husband. But Coretta Scott King, who died this week at 78, was considered the first lady of the civil rights movement not only because she was married to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., but because she was a fierce fighter for social justice causes on her own. She knew injustice firsthand as a child growing up in rural Alabama where...
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporter | April 15, 2008
Licien "Lun" Harris, a retired fashion illustrator who was a voice for neighborhood preservation and beautification through tree planting, died of a stroke April 8 at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. She was 89. A resident of Bolton Hill for nearly six decades, she was a former board member of the Baltimore City Planning Commission, where she cast negative votes when plans for an interstate highway were discussed at its meetings. She was a founding member and former president of Baltimore Heritage, a preservation advocacy group.
NEWS
January 26, 2007
ELEANOR MCGOVERN, 85 wife of presidential candidate Eleanor McGovern, the wife of former Democratic presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. George S. McGovern, died yesterday, according to a Mitchell, S.D., funeral home. Mrs. McGovern had suffered heart problems for five years and underwent bypass surgery last year, but the cause of her death was not given by the Bittner Funeral Chapel. Mr. McGovern, 84, represented South Dakota in the House of Representatives from 1957 to 1961 and in the Senate from 1963 to 1981.
NEWS
February 2, 2006
It takes a formidable personality to remain in the spotlight nearly 40 years after the death of her internationally prominent husband. But Coretta Scott King, who died this week at 78, was considered the first lady of the civil rights movement not only because she was married to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., but because she was a fierce fighter for social justice causes on her own. She knew injustice firsthand as a child growing up in rural Alabama where...
NEWS
June 1, 2005
On May 28, 2005 JAMES, retired from GM after 49 years; devoted father of Kenneth D. Kessler and Regina Wilson; step-father of Helen Granlund; beloved companion of Helen Turbett of 25 years; dear brother of Opell Mc Culloch; loving grandfather of Dianne Pickett, Grant Wilson, Sueann Tote, Jessica Kessler and Valerie Kessler. Also survived by four step sons, 10 step grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and three step-great grandchildren. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Rd., on Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Service will be held on Friday 10 A.M. Interment Belair Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
May 24, 2005
GLADYS E. KRADZ, age 82, passed away quietly at her home in Chesapeake, VA on May 19, 2005. Born in N.C. on June 28, 1922, she was the only child of the late Gertrude and late John Willis. Gladys met her husband when working at Langley Field during WWII as a propeller mechanic, later she worked at NACA. Her future husband, Michael P. Kradz, was enlisted in the Navy, stationed at NOB during this time. Gladys lived in Asheville, N.C. before she and her husband moved to Maryland. She worked many years as a proof-reader for Equitable Trust Bank on North Avenue in Baltimore City.
NEWS
December 17, 2004
Pauline Gore, 92, whose son Al became vice president and nearly won the presidency and whose husband had a long career in Congress, died Wednesday at her home in Carthage, Tenn. She had been weakened in recent years by strokes and a heart attack. Trained as a lawyer, Pauline Gore was a familiar figure on the campaign trails of her husband, Albert Gore Sr., and her son, former Vice President Al Gore. She played a central role in shaping her husband's campaign strategy. Gore Sr. was a liberal Democrat who served in the House from 1939 to 1953 and in the Senate from 1953 to 1970, and aspired to the presidency.
NEWS
May 13, 1995
NOTES from the brochure prepared for the Government House exhibit of portraits of Maryland First Ladies:Priscilla Dorsey Ridgely"She was born at 'Belmont,' her family's estate in Anne Arundel County (now Howard), where she spent her childhood. After her marriage on Oct. 17, 1782, Mrs. Ridgely lived at 'Hampton,' the post-Revolutionary War mansion in Baltimore County built by her husband's uncle, Capt. Charles Ridgely. . . She died prior to her husband's term in the governor's office [1816-1819]
FEATURES
By Crystal Williams and Crystal Williams,SUN STAFF | August 11, 2000
On a Monday night in November 1997, when Whitney Gilliece was dragged by her friends to a bar to watch football, the last thing she expected was to meet her future husband. She was feeling sick, but her friends talked her into going to TGIFriday's in Towson for "Monday Night Football" anyway. "I'm a Steelers fan," she explained, adding that she was not exactly dressed for romance. "I was wearing a jersey, a baseball hat backward, jeans with holes in them and work boots." She saw a fellow she thought was a "hunk" at the bar. His name was Chris Caretti, and as Whitney recalls: "He looked like James Bond in a three-piece suit, leaning against the bar, watching the game with a martini in his hand.
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