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June 13, 2004
On Friday, June 11, 2004, RITA GABRISZESKI BEYER (nee Zalenski); beloved wife of the late Charles Gabriszeski and Lawrence Beyer; devoted mother of Charles, Robert, Ronald, Joseph and Paul Gabriszeski, Rita Marie Ebbert and David Gabriszeski; loving grandmother of Lisa, Laura, Shane, Jesse, Lauren, Vincent, Hallie and Meghan; dear sister of Buddy Zalenski, Helen Roby and Robert Zalenski. A Memorial Gathering will be held at the Charles S. Zeiler & Son, Inc. Funeral Home, 6224 Eastern Avenue, on Wednesday from 7 to 9 P.M., where a memorial service will be held 7 P.M. Interment private.
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April 6, 2003
On April 2, 2003; CHARLOTTESOPHRONIA WEST; beloved mother of Edward and Sandra. She also leaves to cherish her precious memory, four granddaughters Gina Mulligan, Nina, Maya and Bria West; five great-grandchildren, Jonathan, Malik, Brooke, Brandon and Hallie; one sister-in-law Susie Wyatt, two nieces, Charlotte Bullock and Beatrice Williams. A very good and loyal friend Diane Johnson. As well as a host of other relatives, friends and church members. The family will receive friends at the Howell Funeral Home, 4600 Liberty Heights Ave., on Monday, April 7, 2003, from 3 to 7 P.M. The Funeral Service will be held in the Sanctuary of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 1512 Druid Hill Avenue, on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Interment at Maryland National Memorial Park.
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November 27, 2003
On Wednesday, November 26, 2003, DR. MANFRED SKLAR, beloved husband of Rosalie Sklar (nee Grossblatt); loving father of Rabbi Alan Sklar of Israel and Barbie Kadin and Judy Nabozny, both of Baltimore, MD; dear father-in-law of Judy Sklar, Tzvi Hersch Kadin and Barry Nabozny; loving grandfather of Shimmy, Josh and Yoni Nabozny, Ariella Abramsom, Sara, Gabbi and Hallie Kadin, Shoshana, Tziv Hirsch, Aryehleib, Shimon, Dovid, Azraham Yeshayaho, Yechiel Yaacov...
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March 14, 2004
On March 12, 2004, ERNEST H. KNAPP Sr., beloved husband of Lorette Knapp (nee Levesque); loving father of Cynthia Delinski and her husband Mark, Thomas Carmean and his wife Diane, Terri Pearce and her husband Ray, David Carmean and his wife Denise, and Ernest Knapp Jr.; loving grandfather of Melanie, Torey, Paul, Lorrie, Danny, Eric, Michael, Christina, Amanda, Jenna, and Jessica; cherished great-grandfather of Zachary, Evan, Brooke, Alec, Veronica and...
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By ROBERT BENNE jHC 9 | June 9, 1991
Should raw religion, like raw sewage, be kept underground and tightly contained, out of public notice and smell?That was the way it was in the good old days, after the Scopes trial in the 1920s and before the emergence of the Moral Majority in the late '70s. Now we have organized groups of conservative religious believers, many of them fundamentalists, who carry on public campaigns against abortion, sexual perversity on television and in popular music, against the evolutionary view in education and public indecency in the arts, among many other causes.
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By Oline H. Cogdill and Oline H. Cogdill,The Sun-Sentinel | February 8, 2009
A Darker Domain By Val McDermid Harper / 368 pages / $25 During the 1980s, a coal-mining strike changed the landscape of many Scottish towns. Tight-knit communities and families were torn apart by the long strike that drained meager savings and by the workers who left for other jobs. That historical footnote provides the background for Val McDermid's powerful A Darker Domain. Mick Prentice, a union supporter, was one of those men who left. Mick's abandoned wife and daughter became outcasts who could barely afford food.
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By Arthur Hirsch and Jonathan Pitts and Baltimore Sun reporters | March 17, 2010
A Halethorpe man under indictment on weapons charges blasted his way into a Hampstead home with a shotgun Tuesday morning and killed his ex-wife's fiance and then himself, police said. Michael Leo Swift III, 45, pulled into the driveway in the 1200 block of Allview Drive, left the engine running in his dark-green Saturn and burst through a sliding-glass door in the back of the house with the 12-gauge shotgun. Police found Zaidan Stephen Asid, 51, dead in a first-floor family room, said Maryland State Police spokesman Greg Shipley.
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By Ethan Renner | July 29, 2013
"How many different kinds of disgusting do you have to be to boo a man who volunteered to fight and die for you?" -- Will McAvoy "Willie Pete," the third episode of "The Newsroom's" second season, opened with a Will McAvoy rave-out during a comment segment of News Night, as he railed against the audience at a Republican presidential debate in Orlando. The crowd booed a video question about gays in the military sent in by an active combat soldier. After going off on the crowd for their response, calling them "witless bullies and hapless punks," Will ripped the candidates for not denouncing the crowd reaction.
NEWS
February 12, 2006
DONA JOINES DANZ, 86, of State College, formerly of the Baltimore area, died Mon., Feb. 6, 2006, at Greenhills Village in State College, PA. She was born Dec. 28, 1919 in Long Bottom, NC, a daughter of the late Hilary and Hallie Johnson Joines. She was a graduate of Watson Secretarial School in Baltimore, MD, and retired as Secretary to the Headmaster at Gilman Private School for Boys in Baltimore. She was preceded in death by her loving husband Henry H. Danz. She is survived by a daughter Carol R. Danz and her daughter Cathleen A. Danz, a son David H. Danz and his sons Lee C. and Benjamin C. Danz.
NEWS
November 29, 1990
Services for Elsie Irene Beaver, who had owned antique stores in Baltimore and Harrisburg, Pa., will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Leroy M. and Russell C. Witzke Funeral Home, 1630 Edmondson Ave., Catonsville.Mrs. Beaver, who was 78 and lived on South Highland Avenue, died of cancer Tuesday at the Forest Haven Nursing and Convalescent Home in Catonsville.She moved to Highlandtown in 1979 after her retirement as owner for 12 years of Capitol Antiques in Harrisburg.Before moving to Pennsylvania, she had owned Elsie's Antique Cellar in Baltimore for about 13 years, first on Pratt Street near Monroe Street and later on Madison Street near the Howard Street Antique Row area.
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