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October 29, 1990
Services for Edna Ingram Goodier will be held at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Witzke Funeral Home, 4112 Old Columbia Pike in Ellicott City.Mrs. Goodier died of cancer yesterday at her Ellicott City home following a short illness. She was 80.Mrs. Goodier was born in Roanoke Rapids, N.C., the eldest of George and Eva Ingram's four children. She was raised and educated in North Carolina, attended the Roanoke Rapids Hospital Nursing School and graduated as a registered nurse in 1932.In 1944, she moved to Washington, where she worked as a public health nurse with the District of Columbia government.
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January 14, 2013
Colliers International in Baltimore, a full-service commercial real estate firm, on behalf of Multi Properties Inc., brokered a portfolio sale of three properties totaling 80,400 square feet in Harford County to Goodier Baker LLC, a Maryland-based real estate development company. The total sale price was $6.2 million. The class B flex buildings in Edgewood and Bel Air were 95 percent leased at the time of sale. The Edgewood industrial buildings at 2113 Columbia Park Drive and 2111 Emmorton Park Road total 60,000 square feet, while the Bel Air flex building at 201 Gateway Drive covers 20,400 square feet.
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NEWS
June 2, 2007
Robert C. Goodier Sr., a retired naval research planner and former longtime Ellicott City resident, died Tuesday in his sleep at Vantage House in Columbia, where he had lived since 2003. He was 95. Mr. Goodier was born in Jasper, Tenn., the son of farmers, and raised in a log cabin there. When he was in his 20s, he operated a stove foundry in his hometown. Mr. Goodier and his brother enlisted in the Navy the day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, and he was assigned as a machinist aboard the battleship USS Colorado in the Pacific.
NEWS
June 2, 2007
Robert C. Goodier Sr., a retired naval research planner and former longtime Ellicott City resident, died Tuesday in his sleep at Vantage House in Columbia, where he had lived since 2003. He was 95. Mr. Goodier was born in Jasper, Tenn., the son of farmers, and raised in a log cabin there. When he was in his 20s, he operated a stove foundry in his hometown. Mr. Goodier and his brother enlisted in the Navy the day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, and he was assigned as a machinist aboard the battleship USS Colorado in the Pacific.
NEWS
February 24, 2003
Association chooses Goodier site to launch its safety campaign The National Association of Home Builders has chosen Goodier Builders' Emerson job site to launch its "Make Safety A Priority" campaign. The educational program is designed to promote job safety among homebuilders nationwide. Goodier, of Columbia, has been building in Howard County and surrounding areas since 1985. Its projects include single-family homes and townhouses in the Emerson and gated Stone Lake communities. Rainmaker to manage Van Ness North renovation The Rainmaker Group, a residential and golf-course development company in Columbia, has been retained to provide project management for the estimated $13 million renovation of the Van Ness North Cooperative building in Washington.
NEWS
September 8, 1997
Custom Telemarketing gains national, overseas clientsCustom Telemarketing Services Inc., a Columbia-based company, reported contracts with several national and international clients.They include Flex-Design, a Denmark trade show booth-manufacturing and -installation firm; County Durham Development Corp., Durham, England -- an economic development firm; Integrated Dental Resources, Daphne, Ala. -- a systems integration firm for dental offices; Waters & Co., a Tallahassee, Fla., full-service accounting firm; and Electronic Interface Associates, a New York systems integration firm.
NEWS
May 5, 1991
Terry Acra of American Properties was recently honored by the sales and marketing council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland for her outstanding sales achievement in 1990.Acra, who sells for Goodier Builders of Columbia, had over eight million dollars in new home sales for 1990.Goodier Builders is currently building in Hobbit's Glen, Clemens Crossing, Huntington and Turf Valley.ILLUSTRATION: PHOTOCAPTION: TERRY ACRAOutstanding achievementPROMOTED BY KMSGeorge Parr of the KMS Group has been named director of office leasing forthe regional real estate developer.
NEWS
October 8, 1992
Valerie J. Williams named directorValerie J. Williams has been named director of health services by the Vantage House Life Care Retirement Community in Columbia.She will be responsible for the management of health care services for Vantage House residents in assisted living and skilled nursing care and those in the home's 220 independent living units.She was director of nursing for the Complex Case Management Unit at Meridian Multi-Medical Nursing Center in Towson and unit manager for the Maryland Correctional Adjustment Center in Baltimore.
NEWS
October 19, 1998
Working with film industry to be focus of Nov. 19 sessionThe Baltimore-Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce will sponsor "How To Do Business With Maryland's Film Production Industry" from 8 a.m. to 11: 45 a.m. Nov. 19 at the Holiday Inn Columbia, 7900 Washington Blvd.Topics will include products, personnel and services needed in the industry, opportunities available for Maryland businesses and how the procurement process works.Speakers will include Michael B. Styer, director of the Maryland Film Office; Jed Dietz, president of the Producers Club of Maryland; Rita A. O'Brennan, president of Flite 3 Studio; Stuart -- Cooper, president of Cooper Productions; and independent film producers Darryl Wharton and Skizz Cyzik.
BUSINESS
December 17, 2000
Cattail Ridge Goodier Builders has five single-family home sites available at its Cattail Ridge community in Howard County. In Glenwood adjacent to the Cattail Creek Country Club, the community offers 10 home plans, ranging from 3,200 square feet to 4,500 square feet, with prices from $486,100 to $584,900. The homes come with well-and-septic systems and public gas heat, and are on 1-acre sites. Standard features include super bath with soaking tub, a hardwood foyer and wood-burning fireplace.
NEWS
February 24, 2003
Association chooses Goodier site to launch its safety campaign The National Association of Home Builders has chosen Goodier Builders' Emerson job site to launch its "Make Safety A Priority" campaign. The educational program is designed to promote job safety among homebuilders nationwide. Goodier, of Columbia, has been building in Howard County and surrounding areas since 1985. Its projects include single-family homes and townhouses in the Emerson and gated Stone Lake communities. Rainmaker to manage Van Ness North renovation The Rainmaker Group, a residential and golf-course development company in Columbia, has been retained to provide project management for the estimated $13 million renovation of the Van Ness North Cooperative building in Washington.
BUSINESS
December 17, 2000
Cattail Ridge Goodier Builders has five single-family home sites available at its Cattail Ridge community in Howard County. In Glenwood adjacent to the Cattail Creek Country Club, the community offers 10 home plans, ranging from 3,200 square feet to 4,500 square feet, with prices from $486,100 to $584,900. The homes come with well-and-septic systems and public gas heat, and are on 1-acre sites. Standard features include super bath with soaking tub, a hardwood foyer and wood-burning fireplace.
NEWS
October 19, 1998
Working with film industry to be focus of Nov. 19 sessionThe Baltimore-Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce will sponsor "How To Do Business With Maryland's Film Production Industry" from 8 a.m. to 11: 45 a.m. Nov. 19 at the Holiday Inn Columbia, 7900 Washington Blvd.Topics will include products, personnel and services needed in the industry, opportunities available for Maryland businesses and how the procurement process works.Speakers will include Michael B. Styer, director of the Maryland Film Office; Jed Dietz, president of the Producers Club of Maryland; Rita A. O'Brennan, president of Flite 3 Studio; Stuart -- Cooper, president of Cooper Productions; and independent film producers Darryl Wharton and Skizz Cyzik.
NEWS
September 8, 1997
Custom Telemarketing gains national, overseas clientsCustom Telemarketing Services Inc., a Columbia-based company, reported contracts with several national and international clients.They include Flex-Design, a Denmark trade show booth-manufacturing and -installation firm; County Durham Development Corp., Durham, England -- an economic development firm; Integrated Dental Resources, Daphne, Ala. -- a systems integration firm for dental offices; Waters & Co., a Tallahassee, Fla., full-service accounting firm; and Electronic Interface Associates, a New York systems integration firm.
BUSINESS
October 31, 1993
Pointers Run1. Thousands of prospective homebuyers and lookers attended the grand opening of the Pointers Run Neighborhood in the Columbia Village of River Hill last weekend.With 13 houses ready for viewing, Pointers Run is the largest model home park in the region, according to David E. Forester, vice president and senior development director for the Rouse Co., Columbia's developer.On Summer Sunrise Drive east of Trotter Road, the models are open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.Only single-family homes will be built in Pointers Run, which borders the 1,000-acre Patuxent Environmental Area.
NEWS
October 8, 1992
Valerie J. Williams named directorValerie J. Williams has been named director of health services by the Vantage House Life Care Retirement Community in Columbia.She will be responsible for the management of health care services for Vantage House residents in assisted living and skilled nursing care and those in the home's 220 independent living units.She was director of nursing for the Complex Case Management Unit at Meridian Multi-Medical Nursing Center in Towson and unit manager for the Maryland Correctional Adjustment Center in Baltimore.
BUSINESS
By Audrey Haar | February 17, 1991
Steven Appler and Deborah Callahan of Goodier Builders were intrigued when they discovered an old stone boundary marker dated 1773 between two house lots in Columbia's Hobbits Glen community, where Goodier is building single-family luxury homes.Some builders might have ignored the marker, which resembles a weathered gravestone, and plowed it under, but the Ellicott City-based building company decided to preserve it and research the history of the land.The marker is between two home sites on Rushlight Path, near Route 108 and Harpers Farm Road.
BUSINESS
October 31, 1993
Pointers Run1. Thousands of prospective homebuyers and lookers attended the grand opening of the Pointers Run Neighborhood in the Columbia Village of River Hill last weekend.With 13 houses ready for viewing, Pointers Run is the largest model home park in the region, according to David E. Forester, vice president and senior development director for the Rouse Co., Columbia's developer.On Summer Sunrise Drive east of Trotter Road, the models are open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.Only single-family homes will be built in Pointers Run, which borders the 1,000-acre Patuxent Environmental Area.
NEWS
May 5, 1991
Terry Acra of American Properties was recently honored by the sales and marketing council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland for her outstanding sales achievement in 1990.Acra, who sells for Goodier Builders of Columbia, had over eight million dollars in new home sales for 1990.Goodier Builders is currently building in Hobbit's Glen, Clemens Crossing, Huntington and Turf Valley.ILLUSTRATION: PHOTOCAPTION: TERRY ACRAOutstanding achievementPROMOTED BY KMSGeorge Parr of the KMS Group has been named director of office leasing forthe regional real estate developer.
BUSINESS
By Audrey Haar | February 17, 1991
Steven Appler and Deborah Callahan of Goodier Builders were intrigued when they discovered an old stone boundary marker dated 1773 between two house lots in Columbia's Hobbits Glen community, where Goodier is building single-family luxury homes.Some builders might have ignored the marker, which resembles a weathered gravestone, and plowed it under, but the Ellicott City-based building company decided to preserve it and research the history of the land.The marker is between two home sites on Rushlight Path, near Route 108 and Harpers Farm Road.
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