October 9, 2005
After a long and courageous battle CURTIS "CURT" A., age 54, was called home on October 6, 2005, loving and cherished husband of Diane S. Gough (nee Dietz) for 28 years. Devoted father of triplet daughters, Ashley V., Katie R. and Jaclyn M. Gough. Beloved son of John E. Gough, Sr. and the late Mary F. Gough. Dear brother of John E. Gough, Jr. and wife Debbie, Gerard "Jerry" A. Gough and wife Lisa and the late Debra M. Gough-Woodruff. Beloved son-in-law of Carmela R. Dietz and the late Joseph F. Dietz.
July 6, 2003
On July 1, 2003; THERESA (Soares) GOUGH; beloved mother of Eric, Kevin and Karen Gough, loving grandmother of Adrian; devoted sister of Barbara Wright, Janet Wiggins, Elizabeth Cardoza, Christina Pena, Antoinette, Anthony, Vincent and Carlos Soares. She is also survived by a host of other relatives and friends. On Sunday friends may call at the Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Service, 5151 Balto. Natl' Pike (Rt. 40) from 2 to 8 P.M. On Monday, Mrs. Gough will lie instate at St. Frances Xavier Roman Catholic Church, 1427 Caroline St., where the family will receive friends from 10 to 11 A.M., with services to follow.
August 22, 2003
On August 19, 2003, MARY F. (nee Petersam); beloved wife of John E. Gough and the late Corp. Aiden A. Zirkle, U.S.M.C.; devoted mother of Curtis A., John E., Jr., Gerard (Jerry) Gough and the late Debra M. Gough-Woodruff; loving sister of Rose H. Carre and the late Henry B. Petersam, Philomena Regester, Margaret S. O'Malley, John J. and Anthony G. Petersam, Adelaide C. Murphy, Anna C. Childs and Lawrence Petersam; dear grandmother of Ashley, Katie, Jaclyn, Erin, Caitlin, Meaghan and Justin Gough.
January 2, 2003
Edward Gough Jr., 76, band leader, saxophonist Edward Gough Jr., a local band leader and saxophone player, died of a heart attack Dec. 26 at Sinai Hospital. He was 76 and lived in Park Heights. Mr. Gough led the Eddie Gough Band, a jazz quartet that appeared in area clubs and hotels from the 1960s to the 1980s. He played more recently with other groups. "It was a big act for years," said Ruby Glover, a singer who occasionally performed with Mr. Gough's band. "He was just a delightful entertainer."
August 18, 1996
Even from his secret grave, Crazy Horse continues to bedevil the establishment, this time a small Eastern Shore college and a prestigious New York auction house.His war shirt -- or one purported to be his -- was sold in May by Washington College for $211,000. That action has raised the ire of the Sioux Indian Nation and the interest of the FBI.Tribal leaders say the college and Sotheby's auction house violated federal laws that protect American Indian artifacts. They recently filed a complaint with the National Park Service, which turned it over to the Justice Department and the FBI.The tattered buckskin shirt, beaded and decorated with buffalo strips and quill-wrapped human hair, was part of the Albee Collection.
September 13, 2009
On September 2, 2009, ALLAN LEBRUN. A memorial service will be held at Salem United Methodist Church, 3403 Gough Street, Baltimore, MD, 21224 on September 20, 2009 at 1 P.M.