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July 29, 2006
On July 28, 2006, BERNICE SHIRLEY GOULDIN (nee Overend) beloved wife of the late Charles Gouldin, Sr., devoted mother of Charles Gouldin, Jr., the late James C. Gouldin, Carolyn Mc Cain, Karen Weaver and her husband Terry D. Weaver, Sr. Also survived by her sister Sally, loving grandmother of nine grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Route 702 (beltway exit 36) on Sunday from 6 to 9 P.M. Funeral service on Monday at 11 A.M. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
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July 29, 2006
On July 28, 2006, BERNICE SHIRLEY GOULDIN (nee Overend) beloved wife of the late Charles Gouldin, Sr., devoted mother of Charles Gouldin, Jr., the late James C. Gouldin, Carolyn Mc Cain, Karen Weaver and her husband Terry D. Weaver, Sr. Also survived by her sister Sally, loving grandmother of nine grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Route 702 (beltway exit 36) on Sunday from 6 to 9 P.M. Funeral service on Monday at 11 A.M. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
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By Michael James and Michael James,Staff writer | March 31, 1991
Opening arguments are expected to begin Tuesday in the trial of Vernon Lee Clark, the Elkridge laborer charged with shooting a well-knownlocal woman to death while she slept in her apartment.Clark, 35,a handyman who lives in the 5700 block of Furnace Avenue, faces first-degree murder, rape and numerous sexual assault charges in the July4, 1989, death of 23-year-old Kathleen Patricia Gouldin.Gouldin was shot once in the chest with a shotgun shortly after going to bed at her apartment, located in the 6100 block of Elkridge'sOld Washington Boulevard.
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By Dolly Merritt and Dolly Merritt,Contributing Writer | April 21, 1993
Ask some Elkridge residents who Abner Gouldin is and they may not know.But mention a jolly red elf on Christmas Eve who has ridden a fire truck for the past 19 years giving out candy canes to youngsters. Or the emergency medical technician who has provided life-saving IV fluids to scores of injured people. Or the man who organized a benefit in 1983 to raise more than $4,000 for a child with cerebral palsy. Then there will be recognition.Last week, the Maryland Jaycees recognized the 63-year-old as Howard County's outstanding senior citizen of the year and one of 10 outstanding seniors in Maryland for his years of volunteer work.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 7, 1991
A county judge last week barred from a murder trial the mother of the victim, prompting victims rights advocates to charge that the step was unethical.At the defense's request, Judge Raymond J. Kane Jr.barred Margaret Gouldin last Monday from attending the trial of Vernon Lee Clark, the 35-year old Elkridge laborer charged with the July 3, 1989 murder and sexual assault of Kathleen Gouldin.Clark's public defender, Barbara Kreinar, requested that Gouldin be removed from the courtroom because the defense may call her as a witness.
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff writer | March 8, 1991
The first letter took him five drafts and several days to write. Only after sitting down with a beer and staring at the piece of paper did James "Jim" Gouldin find the right things to say.For a man as reticent as Gouldin, letter writing doesn't come easily. The idea of corresponding with a complete stranger whose life was on the line nearly stumped him.But Gouldin overcame his writer's block by remembering how much letters meant to him while fighting in the Korean War. The 59-year-oldNavy veteran, who proudly wears his patriotism on his sleeve, wantedto help boost the spirits of the soldiers in the Persian Gulf.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 21, 1991
Almost two years after her youngest daughter was found shot to deathin her Elkridge apartment, Margaret Gouldin can finally begin to puta small part of the pain behind her.On Wednesday, after a two-week trial, a County Circuit Court jury found Vernon Lee Clark guilty of first-degree murder in the July 3, 1989 death of 23-year-old Kathleen Patricia Gouldin, a manager at Fat Tuesday's restaurant in Baltimore."
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 3, 1991
Kathleen Patricia Gouldin spent the last night of her life eating crabs with her parents and her sister, Mary Bock, at the family's home on Washington Boulevard in Elkridge.The next morning, July 4, 1989, Bock found her 23-year-old sister lying in a pool of blood on the floor of her apartment, less than one-half mile away."I looked at her face, it was a bloody mess; I knew she wasdead," Bock testified yesterday in Circuit Court at the murder trial ofVernon Lee Clark, the man accused of killing her sister.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 17, 1991
Taking the witness stand on the final day of testimony in his two-week trial, Vernon Lee Clark told a Circuit Court jury yesterday that he did not murder and rape 23-year-old Kathleen Patricia Gouldin.Clark, 35, an Elkridge laborer charged with the July 3, 1989, shootingof Gouldin, said he spent the entire night taking drugs with friendsin Baltimore.Prosecutors say Clark shot Gouldin in the chest through the window of her ground-floor Elkridge apartment and sexually assaulted her as she lay bleeding.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 10, 1991
An FBI forensic expert testified in Circuit Court on Monday that DNAfrom a man charged with murdering an Elkridge woman matches that found in bodily fluids taken from the victim's body.Special Agent Dwight Adams, head of the FBI's DNA analysis unit in Washington, testified that lab tests matched DNA in a blood sample from Vernon Clark with DNA in semen taken from the body of Kathleen Patricia Gouldin.DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is the genetic blueprint for all life. Researchers believe each person's DNA is unique.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 21, 1991
Almost two years after her youngest daughter was found shot to deathin her Elkridge apartment, Margaret Gouldin can finally begin to puta small part of the pain behind her.On Wednesday, after a two-week trial, a County Circuit Court jury found Vernon Lee Clark guilty of first-degree murder in the July 3, 1989 death of 23-year-old Kathleen Patricia Gouldin, a manager at Fat Tuesday's restaurant in Baltimore."
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 17, 1991
Taking the witness stand on the final day of testimony in his two-week trial, Vernon Lee Clark told a Circuit Court jury yesterday that he did not murder and rape 23-year-old Kathleen Patricia Gouldin.Clark, 35, an Elkridge laborer charged with the July 3, 1989, shootingof Gouldin, said he spent the entire night taking drugs with friendsin Baltimore.Prosecutors say Clark shot Gouldin in the chest through the window of her ground-floor Elkridge apartment and sexually assaulted her as she lay bleeding.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 14, 1991
The man charged with murdering 23-year-old Kathleen Patricia Gouldinis expected to take the witness stand in his defense this week before a county Circuit Court jury that has been hearing testimony in his trial for nearly two weeks.Vernon Lee Clark, 35, an Elkridge laborer, is charged with first-degree murder and sexual assault in the July 3, 1989, killing of Gouldin, a manager at Fat Tuesday's restaurantin Baltimore.Clark has maintained his innocence in Gouldin's killing since hisarrest in January 1990.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 10, 1991
An FBI forensic expert testified in Circuit Court on Monday that DNAfrom a man charged with murdering an Elkridge woman matches that found in bodily fluids taken from the victim's body.Special Agent Dwight Adams, head of the FBI's DNA analysis unit in Washington, testified that lab tests matched DNA in a blood sample from Vernon Clark with DNA in semen taken from the body of Kathleen Patricia Gouldin.DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is the genetic blueprint for all life. Researchers believe each person's DNA is unique.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 7, 1991
A county judge last week barred from a murder trial the mother of the victim, prompting victims rights advocates to charge that the step was unethical.At the defense's request, Judge Raymond J. Kane Jr.barred Margaret Gouldin last Monday from attending the trial of Vernon Lee Clark, the 35-year old Elkridge laborer charged with the July 3, 1989 murder and sexual assault of Kathleen Gouldin.Clark's public defender, Barbara Kreinar, requested that Gouldin be removed from the courtroom because the defense may call her as a witness.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 3, 1991
Kathleen Patricia Gouldin spent the last night of her life eating crabs with her parents and her sister, Mary Bock, at the family's home on Washington Boulevard in Elkridge.The next morning, July 4, 1989, Bock found her 23-year-old sister lying in a pool of blood on the floor of her apartment, less than one-half mile away."I looked at her face, it was a bloody mess; I knew she wasdead," Bock testified yesterday in Circuit Court at the murder trial ofVernon Lee Clark, the man accused of killing her sister.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | April 14, 1991
The man charged with murdering 23-year-old Kathleen Patricia Gouldinis expected to take the witness stand in his defense this week before a county Circuit Court jury that has been hearing testimony in his trial for nearly two weeks.Vernon Lee Clark, 35, an Elkridge laborer, is charged with first-degree murder and sexual assault in the July 3, 1989, killing of Gouldin, a manager at Fat Tuesday's restaurantin Baltimore.Clark has maintained his innocence in Gouldin's killing since hisarrest in January 1990.
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By Dolly Merritt and Dolly Merritt,Contributing Writer | April 21, 1993
Ask some Elkridge residents who Abner Gouldin is and they may not know.But mention a jolly red elf on Christmas Eve who has ridden a fire truck for the past 19 years giving out candy canes to youngsters. Or the emergency medical technician who has provided life-saving IV fluids to scores of injured people. Or the man who organized a benefit in 1983 to raise more than $4,000 for a child with cerebral palsy. Then there will be recognition.Last week, the Maryland Jaycees recognized the 63-year-old as Howard County's outstanding senior citizen of the year and one of 10 outstanding seniors in Maryland for his years of volunteer work.
NEWS
By Michael James and Michael James,Staff writer | March 31, 1991
Opening arguments are expected to begin Tuesday in the trial of Vernon Lee Clark, the Elkridge laborer charged with shooting a well-knownlocal woman to death while she slept in her apartment.Clark, 35,a handyman who lives in the 5700 block of Furnace Avenue, faces first-degree murder, rape and numerous sexual assault charges in the July4, 1989, death of 23-year-old Kathleen Patricia Gouldin.Gouldin was shot once in the chest with a shotgun shortly after going to bed at her apartment, located in the 6100 block of Elkridge'sOld Washington Boulevard.
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff writer | March 8, 1991
The first letter took him five drafts and several days to write. Only after sitting down with a beer and staring at the piece of paper did James "Jim" Gouldin find the right things to say.For a man as reticent as Gouldin, letter writing doesn't come easily. The idea of corresponding with a complete stranger whose life was on the line nearly stumped him.But Gouldin overcame his writer's block by remembering how much letters meant to him while fighting in the Korean War. The 59-year-oldNavy veteran, who proudly wears his patriotism on his sleeve, wantedto help boost the spirits of the soldiers in the Persian Gulf.
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