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February 4, 1991
Mary Foster Greenhill, wife of the former president of Stewart & Co. of Baltimore, died Friday at her son's home in Greenwich, Conn., after a lengthy illness. She was 75.A family service is planned for tomorrow at Lake Wood Cemetery Minneapolis, Minn., with a memorial service at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15, at St. Luke's Presbyterian Church in Palos Verdes, Calif.Born in Minneapolis, Mrs. Greenhill was the daughter of the late Robert Owen Foster and Mamie K. Keidel. She graduated from '' Northrup School in Minneapolis and attended the University of Minnesota and University of California at Los Angeles.
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June 22, 2007
On June 15, 2007, M ary Evelyn. Friends may call the WYLIE FUNERAL HOME P.A. OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, 9200 Liberty Road on Friday from 6-8PM. Services Saturday Perkins Square Baptist Church, 2500 Edmondson Avenue, 10:30am Wake 11:00am Funeral. Internment Tuesday, June 26, 2007 in Blackstone, VA. Inquiries www.wyliefuneralhome.com
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NEWS
September 13, 2004
On Friday, September 10, 2004, MARY E. THOMAS, of Greenhill Apts; loving cousin of William T. Hill, of Towson. Services and interment private. Arrangements by Peaceful Alternatives Funeral & Cremation Center, P.A.
BUSINESS
April 21, 2007
Awards Siquis Ltd. won 20 Baltimore Addy Awards, including Best in Show and 10 golds. The honors were presented during ceremonies held by the Advertising Association of Baltimore. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce presented Baltimore-based Slate LD operating as Let's Dish with a Blue Ribbon Small Business Award. Contracts The Delmarva Foundation received a five-year contract from South Carolina's Department of Disabilities and Special Needs to build a statewide quality assurance review process.
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | June 25, 1993
The Primerica Corp., bidding to add investment-banking firepower to the vast brokerage forces being mustered at Smith Barney Shearson, hired Robert F. Greenhill, the former president of Morgan Stanley, as the unit's chairman and chief executive yesterday.Mr. Greenhill plans to scour Wall Street for more deal-makers and to try to lure clients, including General Motors and IBM, away from Morgan Stanley.Primerica's $1 billion purchase of the Shearson brokerage from American Express, to be completed by the end of next month, would give its new Smith Barney Shearson unit the second-largest broker count in the nation, just behind Merrill Lynch.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 11, 1997
Greenhill School of Dallas, beaten out by McDonogh for the runner-up bowl in last year's inaugural National Prep Championships, gained sweet revenge yesterday when it defeated the Eagles, 4-2, and remained unbeaten in the seven-team, round-robin competition at McDonogh.The Texans (4-0) can claim the title today, but it will not be easy. They first face DeMatha this morning, then Dwight School of New York. DeMatha won two matches yesterday while Dwight was being edged out by McDonogh in by far the most competitive match of the event.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 12, 1997
The pressure was on the Greenhill tennis team from the outset. "We have to win this tournament so we can get the school to send us back next year to defend our title," said coach Pierre Craig.Third-place finishers at the first National Prep Championships last year, the players from Dallas got the message and claimed the top prize by defeating New York's Dwight School, 4-2, at McDonogh yesterday, finishing the three-day round-robin unbeaten (6-0).A defeat could have sent the competition into a three-way tie, McDonogh joining Greenhill and Dwight with 5-1 records.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 10, 1997
Paul Rao escaped the anonymity usually reserved for the No. 5 singles player on a tennis team and found the limelight to his liking as he led McDonogh to a tight 4-3 victory over Lawrenceville (N.J.) yesterday.Day One of the National Prep Championships, which saw matches rage on for about 11 hours on McDonogh's courts, had seen more than its share of blowouts when the host team and the visitors moved to their six singles matches after the Eagles had captured a point in doubles.McDonogh was expected to cruise, but led only 3-2 after No. 1 Chris Chiu lost to Mike Slapp, 6-1, 7-6. More bad news hit the home team when No. 4 David Katz, developing blisters upon blisters, lost to Roger Pine.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | December 2, 2002
An 88-year-old woman found dead over the weekend at an assisted-living facility in Northwest Baltimore had been strangled, city police said yesterday. The death of Sarah Shannon, a longtime resident at the Greenhill Apartments in the 2500 block of Violet Ave., was ruled a homicide by the state medical examiner's office after an autopsy. Police said robbery might have been the motive. Shannon was found dead in her apartment bedroom shortly before 10 p.m. Saturday by a female relative, who went to the apartment after unsuccessful attempts to phone her, police said.
SPORTS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 13, 1996
While Deerfield Academy once again was proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that it was the class of the inaugural National Prep Team Championships, the tourney within a tourney raged on yesterday to an exciting finale.Still in danger of losing out on the bowl going to the runner-up team in the event, host McDonogh didn't pull clear of Greenhill School of Texas and win, 4-3, until its No. 2 player, Chris Chiu, squeezed by Ted Bowie, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. It capped a 26-0 season for the freshman, who took 52 of 54 sets.
NEWS
September 13, 2004
On Friday, September 10, 2004, MARY E. THOMAS, of Greenhill Apts; loving cousin of William T. Hill, of Towson. Services and interment private. Arrangements by Peaceful Alternatives Funeral & Cremation Center, P.A.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | December 2, 2002
An 88-year-old woman found dead over the weekend at an assisted-living facility in Northwest Baltimore had been strangled, city police said yesterday. The death of Sarah Shannon, a longtime resident at the Greenhill Apartments in the 2500 block of Violet Ave., was ruled a homicide by the state medical examiner's office after an autopsy. Police said robbery might have been the motive. Shannon was found dead in her apartment bedroom shortly before 10 p.m. Saturday by a female relative, who went to the apartment after unsuccessful attempts to phone her, police said.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 12, 1997
The pressure was on the Greenhill tennis team from the outset. "We have to win this tournament so we can get the school to send us back next year to defend our title," said coach Pierre Craig.Third-place finishers at the first National Prep Championships last year, the players from Dallas got the message and claimed the top prize by defeating New York's Dwight School, 4-2, at McDonogh yesterday, finishing the three-day round-robin unbeaten (6-0).A defeat could have sent the competition into a three-way tie, McDonogh joining Greenhill and Dwight with 5-1 records.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 11, 1997
Greenhill School of Dallas, beaten out by McDonogh for the runner-up bowl in last year's inaugural National Prep Championships, gained sweet revenge yesterday when it defeated the Eagles, 4-2, and remained unbeaten in the seven-team, round-robin competition at McDonogh.The Texans (4-0) can claim the title today, but it will not be easy. They first face DeMatha this morning, then Dwight School of New York. DeMatha won two matches yesterday while Dwight was being edged out by McDonogh in by far the most competitive match of the event.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 10, 1997
Paul Rao escaped the anonymity usually reserved for the No. 5 singles player on a tennis team and found the limelight to his liking as he led McDonogh to a tight 4-3 victory over Lawrenceville (N.J.) yesterday.Day One of the National Prep Championships, which saw matches rage on for about 11 hours on McDonogh's courts, had seen more than its share of blowouts when the host team and the visitors moved to their six singles matches after the Eagles had captured a point in doubles.McDonogh was expected to cruise, but led only 3-2 after No. 1 Chris Chiu lost to Mike Slapp, 6-1, 7-6. More bad news hit the home team when No. 4 David Katz, developing blisters upon blisters, lost to Roger Pine.
SPORTS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 13, 1996
While Deerfield Academy once again was proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that it was the class of the inaugural National Prep Team Championships, the tourney within a tourney raged on yesterday to an exciting finale.Still in danger of losing out on the bowl going to the runner-up team in the event, host McDonogh didn't pull clear of Greenhill School of Texas and win, 4-3, until its No. 2 player, Chris Chiu, squeezed by Ted Bowie, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. It capped a 26-0 season for the freshman, who took 52 of 54 sets.
BUSINESS
April 21, 2007
Awards Siquis Ltd. won 20 Baltimore Addy Awards, including Best in Show and 10 golds. The honors were presented during ceremonies held by the Advertising Association of Baltimore. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce presented Baltimore-based Slate LD operating as Let's Dish with a Blue Ribbon Small Business Award. Contracts The Delmarva Foundation received a five-year contract from South Carolina's Department of Disabilities and Special Needs to build a statewide quality assurance review process.
NEWS
June 22, 2007
On June 15, 2007, M ary Evelyn. Friends may call the WYLIE FUNERAL HOME P.A. OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, 9200 Liberty Road on Friday from 6-8PM. Services Saturday Perkins Square Baptist Church, 2500 Edmondson Avenue, 10:30am Wake 11:00am Funeral. Internment Tuesday, June 26, 2007 in Blackstone, VA. Inquiries www.wyliefuneralhome.com
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | June 25, 1993
The Primerica Corp., bidding to add investment-banking firepower to the vast brokerage forces being mustered at Smith Barney Shearson, hired Robert F. Greenhill, the former president of Morgan Stanley, as the unit's chairman and chief executive yesterday.Mr. Greenhill plans to scour Wall Street for more deal-makers and to try to lure clients, including General Motors and IBM, away from Morgan Stanley.Primerica's $1 billion purchase of the Shearson brokerage from American Express, to be completed by the end of next month, would give its new Smith Barney Shearson unit the second-largest broker count in the nation, just behind Merrill Lynch.
NEWS
February 4, 1991
Mary Foster Greenhill, wife of the former president of Stewart & Co. of Baltimore, died Friday at her son's home in Greenwich, Conn., after a lengthy illness. She was 75.A family service is planned for tomorrow at Lake Wood Cemetery Minneapolis, Minn., with a memorial service at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15, at St. Luke's Presbyterian Church in Palos Verdes, Calif.Born in Minneapolis, Mrs. Greenhill was the daughter of the late Robert Owen Foster and Mamie K. Keidel. She graduated from '' Northrup School in Minneapolis and attended the University of Minnesota and University of California at Los Angeles.
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