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January 23, 2004
On January 22, 2004, MICHAEL EARL HARBIN, devoted father of Michael and Joshua Harbin; step father of Ashley Hicks; loving son of Henry and Helen Harbin; dear brother of Harold Chatham, Charlotte Wilson, Mary Noonkester, and Joann Harbin. Also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Cremation service private. A memorial service will be conducted on Saturday at 12 noon at the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Ave, Essex, at Route 702 (Beltway exit 36)
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2013
State Del. Donald H. Dwyer Jr. of Pasadena, who was involved in a powerboat crash last August that injured him and several others, will plead guilty Tuesday in Annapolis District Court to operating a boat while drunk — part of plea deal that his attorney said includes prosecutors not seeking a jail sentence. "I truly regret the incident of Aug. 22 of last year," said Dwyer, 55, at a Monday news conference in Glen Burnie. The collision of his boat with another vessel injured Dwyer — he suffered a broken foot and neck injuries — and six others, including four children, on the other boat.
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NEWS
November 24, 2007
On November 19, 2007, ELIZABETH (nee Palmer); beloved wife of the late Daniel W. Harbin; devoted mother of Janet Hadley, Joe Harbin, Wayne Harbin, and Brenda H. Willis; devoted sister of Mildred Newell, Mary Ann Pierce, Ethel Marcengill, and Kathleen Grubbs; devoted grandmother of Adelle McElyea, Theron Willis; great-grandmother of Grace Elizabeth McElyea. Friends may call at the Fork Christian Church on Saturday from 9:30 until 10AM at which time funeral services will be held. Interment Harford Memorial Gardens.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2011
Harbin Farms employees recently began stacking large pumpkins on display, in addition to their second most popular seasonal items — mums and a wide variety of apples. Kimberly Taylor, who runs the produce stand with her husband, Michael, and her uncle, had worried that a year and a half dispute over zoning might have prevented the fall display from going up. The stand has been at Route 99 and Old Mill Road in Ellicott City since 1958, when it was part of a larger family farm.
NEWS
August 29, 2004
On August 20, 2004 JERRY DEAN HARBIN beloved son of Eddie Collins of Jacksonville, FL; devoted brother of Sheree Sanders of Dallas, TX; dear uncle of Lcpl. Joshua Sanders, USMC, Camp Lejune, NC; maternal grandson of Jack Ogle of Borger, TX; best friend of George Vasil of Baltimore, MD and various family and friends of Texas and Oklahoma. For memorial service information, contact Eddie Collins via email atsjsjss@bellsouth.net. Arrangements by the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex.
BUSINESS
March 6, 1998
Dr. Henry T. Harbin, president and chief executive officer of Green Spring Health Services in Columbia, will become CEO of the managed behavioral health care division of Green Spring's parent, Magellan Health Services, the company announced.Harbin's move is part of a reorganization to provide management over Green Spring and two other behavioral managed care companies Magellan has acquired, Human Affairs International and Merit Behavioral Care.The consolidated operation will be based in Columbia, but will have little impact on employment there, now about 800, Harbin said.
NEWS
April 24, 2004
Richard J.B. Harbin, an interior designer and collector, died of lung and bone cancer April 17 at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 77 and was a longtime Towson resident. Mr. Harbin was born in Washington and raised in the Stoneleigh section of Baltimore County. After graduating from Calvert Hall College High School in 1945, he served in the Navy for several years as a sonar specialist at Newport, R.I. He was a 1950 graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art, where he earned a bachelor's degree in fine arts.
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By Jessica Dexheimer and Jessica Dexheimer,sun reporter | July 25, 2007
The Ellicott City produce stand is flanked by a rustic barn and hand-painted signs, and shadowed by tall trees. Many Howard County residents can recognize the stand, but few know the history behind it. "This stand has been in our blood for so long," says Kim Taylor, current owner of Harbin Farms produce stand. It all began when Kim's aunt, Sylvia Harbin, began selling homegrown tomatoes from her front yard in 1958. Sylvia's small business flourished, and in 1968, then-owner Bob Harbin moved the stand next door to the empty lot at Route 99 and Bethany Lane.
BUSINESS
By Andrea K. Walker and Andrea K. Walker,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2001
Magellan Health Services Inc. of Columbia announced yesterday that President Daniel S. Messina is being named chief executive officer in addition to his current title. Messina succeeds Henry T. Harbin, who will stay on as the company's board chairman. The transition takes effect Monday. The promotion is one of a number of changes the company has made in the last year as it has gotten out of the hospital business and shifted its focus to behavioral managed care, Harbin said. Magellan is hired by HMOs, employers and governments to provide mental health care.
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By KAREN NITKIN and KAREN NITKIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 5, 2006
A slice of old-time Howard County sits at Route 99 and Bethany Road in Ellicott City. The corner is the location of Harbin's Farm, a family-run fruit stand that dates to the 1960s. The fruit stand has no cash registers and only recently did workers start using a calculator to tally totals. Before that, members of the Harbin family would add the numbers on brown paper bags or slips of paper. The stand opens every April, when large painted signs come out promising spring flowers, local strawberries and fresh eggs.
NEWS
By Tyeesha Dixon and Tyeesha Dixon,tyeesha.dixon@baltsun.com | December 28, 2008
Shirley Harbin has worked as director of the victim witness assistance unit for the Howard County state's attorney's office for the past decade. The job of helping crime victims prepare for court proceedings may prove stressful at times. To stay inspired, Harbin says she relies on her history with the office, her supportive staff and her passion for helping others through what sometimes proves to be the most painful experience they've ever faced. Harbin oversees a staff of three - two victim advocates and a support staffer.
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By ROB KASPER and ROB KASPER,rob.kasper@baltsun.com | September 3, 2008
Recently on my blog, Kasper On Tap, we have had interesting exchanges about Chinese beer. It started off with a discussion of Harbin, a Chinese lager wrapped in faux rice paper and sold in Baltimore for $2.25 for a bottle that is slightly bigger than a pint. I said it tasted like Heineken and enjoyed sipping it while watching the Olympics. From there, readers weighed in on pollution in China, on mergers in the beer world (Harbin is owned by Anheuser-Busch, which is being acquired by In Bev)
NEWS
November 24, 2007
On November 19, 2007, ELIZABETH (nee Palmer); beloved wife of the late Daniel W. Harbin; devoted mother of Janet Hadley, Joe Harbin, Wayne Harbin, and Brenda H. Willis; devoted sister of Mildred Newell, Mary Ann Pierce, Ethel Marcengill, and Kathleen Grubbs; devoted grandmother of Adelle McElyea, Theron Willis; great-grandmother of Grace Elizabeth McElyea. Friends may call at the Fork Christian Church on Saturday from 9:30 until 10AM at which time funeral services will be held. Interment Harford Memorial Gardens.
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By Jessica Dexheimer and Jessica Dexheimer,sun reporter | July 25, 2007
The Ellicott City produce stand is flanked by a rustic barn and hand-painted signs, and shadowed by tall trees. Many Howard County residents can recognize the stand, but few know the history behind it. "This stand has been in our blood for so long," says Kim Taylor, current owner of Harbin Farms produce stand. It all began when Kim's aunt, Sylvia Harbin, began selling homegrown tomatoes from her front yard in 1958. Sylvia's small business flourished, and in 1968, then-owner Bob Harbin moved the stand next door to the empty lot at Route 99 and Bethany Lane.
NEWS
July 23, 2006
On July 21, 2006, MARIAN "Betty" E., of Woodbine; beloved wife of the late Rufus Harbin; devoted mother of Rufus Harbin, Jr., Frank Harbin, Glen Harbin, John Harbin, George Harbin, Richard Harbin and Joan Mc Cauley; dear mother-in-law, of Barbara, Linda, Shirley and Cheryl Harbin and Gary Carroll. She is also survived by eleven grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by grandson, the late Kevin Harbin. A Funeral Service will be held at 10 A.M. on Tuesday at the Haight Funeral Home & Chapel (6416 Sykesville Road)
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By KAREN NITKIN and KAREN NITKIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 5, 2006
A slice of old-time Howard County sits at Route 99 and Bethany Road in Ellicott City. The corner is the location of Harbin's Farm, a family-run fruit stand that dates to the 1960s. The fruit stand has no cash registers and only recently did workers start using a calculator to tally totals. Before that, members of the Harbin family would add the numbers on brown paper bags or slips of paper. The stand opens every April, when large painted signs come out promising spring flowers, local strawberries and fresh eggs.
NEWS
April 7, 2006
On March 22, 2006, in San Francisco, RICHARD N. STAUBITZ "Dickey", son of the late William and Marjorie Staubitz (nee Pomeroy). Beloved nephew of Barbara E. Jones (nee Pomeroy) and Betty Harbin (nee Staubitz). Also survived by his devoted godchild, Barbara J. Franco and many loving cousins and friends. A Graveside Service will be held April 8 at 11 A.M. at Mt. View Cemetery. The family requests that no flowers be sent. Please direct inquiries to the family owned Slack Funeral Home, P.A., 410-465-4400.
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By CHING CHING NI and CHING CHING NI,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 5, 2005
BEIJING -- The long-term environmental impact of last month's chemical explosion in northern China that left millions of people without safe drinking water remains to be seen. But the political fallout has begun. Beijing fired its top environmental official Friday in an effort to show accountability for the mishandling of the crisis. More heads are expected to roll, possibly including local party leaders in Jilin province where a petrochemical plant accident spilled 100 tons of benzene and other cancer-causing chemicals into the Songhua River.
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