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November 27, 2005
On November 25, 2005 RANDOLPH JAMES HARDESTY; husband of Sharon Hardesty (nee Timmerman); father of Darren, Stacie and Jamie Hardesty. Interment and Services private. Arrangements by CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME
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By Natalie Sherman and The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2014
Boutique investment firm Hardesty Capital Management moved this month from its longtime home in Mount Vernon to a new office in Hunt Valley, which it said offers more modern conveniences and room to grow, while being closer to its customer base of wealthy Maryland families. The firm has looked to add clients, even as the rising stock market has helped drive its assets under management to more than $900 million, a record for the business. President Chad Meyer, who was hired as chief marketing officer last year, said the 14-person firm is looking to hire more people on the investment side to handle the increased funds, as well as staff that would help bring in business from other parts of Maryland and southern Pennsylvania.
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NEWS
July 21, 2003
On July 18, 2003, ED C. HARDESTY; beloved husband of Alice M. Hardesty (nee Godsey); devoted father of Ronald Hardesty and his wife Carole, Darlene Baynard and her husband Brian, Diane Hardesty, Steven Hardesty and his wife Linda; loving grandfather of Jennifer and Bob, Jeff, Becky and Brandon, Stephanie, Ryan, Brad, Carrie and Josh; great-grandfather of Marilyn and Madison. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc., 9705 Belair Road (Perry Hall), on Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 11:30 A.M. Interment Moreland Memorial Park.
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By Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2013
If you want to know something about the history of the Baltimore investment community, you might want to call James Hardesty. The 67-year-old history buff and chairman of Hardesty Capital Management has spent his career in Baltimore, starting with a job in the mail room of Alex. Brown & Sons and later as an executive at the old Mercantile Safe Deposit & Trust Co. Both Baltimore companies eventually were acquired. He founded his own investment firm in Baltimore in 1995. Today, it manages $800 million in assets, with a goal of reaching $1 billion within two years.
NEWS
May 15, 2006
On May 13, 2006, JACKLYN W. HARDESTY, of Edgewater, MD; beloved wife of Thomas A. Hardesty, Sr.; mother of Kimberly S. Hardesty, of Edgewater, MD and Thomas A. Hardesty, Jr., of Aurora, CO; grandmother of Brian T. Rowe, Courtney B. Rowe and Michael O. Hardesty, II. Relatives and friends may call at the Hardesty Funeral Home, P.A., 12 Rodgley Avenue, Annapolis, MD, on Monday and Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday,...
NEWS
April 13, 1992
George R. Hardesty Jr., a retired master plumber, died Friday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center of complications from diabetes. He was 70.Services for Mr. Hardesty will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Lemmon-Mitchell-Wiedefeld Dulaney Valley funeral home, 19 W. Padonia Road in Timonium.A native of Baltimore, Mr. Hardesty worked in his family's plumbing business as a youth and attended City College until 1942, when he enlisted in the Marine Corps. He was a radio operator during the battle of Guadalcanal.
NEWS
November 20, 2003
On November 18, 2003, LOUISE E.; beloved wife of the late Earl F. Hardesty; dear mother of Richard Stein, Constance Harmis and her husband Edward, Eugene Hardesty and wife Betty, Clyde Hardesty and wife Jean. Also survived by 11 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren; sister of Hannah Brown, Valarette Warfield and James W. Smith. Funeral from the family owned George J. Gonce Funeral Home, PA, 4001 Ritchie Hwy on Friday at 1 P.M. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
SPORTS
By Mary Kay Cabot, The Plain Dealer | December 20, 2011
Browns running back Montario Hardesty still hopes to salvage what's left of his lost season. "I definitely want to finish out these two games strong," said Hardesty, who's carried the ball in one of the past seven games because of his torn calf muscle. "I've been really frustrated with this calf injury. It really hindered me a lot this year, but I have two more chances to go out and play. " Hardesty made the trip to Arizona and was active for the game, but stood on the sidelines and didn't play.
NEWS
September 21, 2009
Patricia Ann Heil Visitation will be held on Tuesday from 3 to 5pm at the Hardesty Funeral Home 12 Ridgely Avenue, Annapolis, MD, where a prayer service will be held at 4:30pm. On line condolences may be place at www.hardestyfuneralhome.com.
NEWS
By Tyeesha Dixon and Tyeesha Dixon,Sun Reporter | July 16, 2008
Howard County Fire Capt. Stephen M. Hardesty remembers his parents telling him as a young child that the first words he spoke were "fire engine." For Lt. Joseph R. Ross, becoming an emergency medical services provider was following a family tradition of serving as career firefighters. After years of service, Hardesty and Ross will be recognized as Career Firefighter and Career EMS Provider of the Year, respectively, by the American Legion - Department of Maryland. They are to receive their awards at the organization's annual convention tomorrow in Ocean City.
NEWS
By JACQUES KELLY | June 6, 2008
Jo Ellen G. Hardesty, a musician and community theater director, died May 30 in an automobile accident near her Lutherville home. She was 55. Born in Pennsylvania and raised in Arbutus, the former Jo Ellen Guess was a 1970 graduate of Lansdowne High School and earned a degree in special education at Coppin State University. She taught at Bodkin Elementary School for several years and was a founder of a community theater, the Pasadena Players, where she directed musicals. She was also director of the Canterbury Ringers hand bells choir and a member of the Baltimore Vocal Jazz Ensemble, and she was a piano and organ instructor.
NEWS
By Julie Scharper and Julie Scharper,Sun reporter | September 6, 2007
Brandon Hardesty is a moon-faced, 20-year-old grocery clerk who makes videos in the basement of his parents' Parkville home and posts them on the Internet. He impersonates Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Candy and Jodie Foster. The Towson University film student even stages one-man re-enactments of scenes from movies such as Goodfellas and The Silence of the Lambs, earning a following on the Web, not to mention a description of "cinematic genius" from The Village Voice. But in his most-watched effort, he's doing little more than clowning in front of the camera, laughing maniacally, flapping his tongue and barking like a mad dog. Chances are you've seen at least some of "Strange Faces and Noises I Can Make III" - since it's now part of auto insurer Geico's relentless television ad campaign.
NEWS
June 7, 2007
On June 4, 2007, PHYLLIS NEWCOMB, born Phyllis Atkins in Roanoke, VA in 1921, grew up in Baltimore, MD and raised four children in Severna Park, MD. She graduated from Western High school in 1940 and married Frederick Newcomb in 1946. She is survived by two sons, David Newcomb and Doug Newcomb, both of Louisville, CO.; a daughter-in-law, Kay of Louisville Co., and Patricia Nemoff of Lusby, MD. Viewing at Hardesty Funeral Home in Gambrills, MD on Friday, June 8, at 11 A.M.
NEWS
February 15, 2007
On February 10, 2007, WELLS FORD of Crownsville, MD; beloved husband of Doris Laverne Stevens; loving father of Sean W. and Christopher W. Stevens; dear brother of Marjorie Welch, Mary Hildebrand and Kathryn Kimmet. Also survived by one grandchild. Preceded in death by his parents Herman B. and Elizabeth Wood Stevens and his brother Herman Stevens. Friends may call on Saturday from 10 to 12 A.M. and 3 to 5 P.M. at the Hardesty Funeral Home, P.A., 851 Annapolis Road, Gambrills, MD 21054.
NEWS
By SLOANE BROWN | January 7, 2007
PERHAPS THE MARriott Waterfront Hotel ballroom has never been referred to as a clubhouse, but you could say it served as one for the recent "Dinner of Champions." That's because you could have sworn you were at a meeting of the Donald Fry Fan Club. Fry, president of the Greater Baltimore Committee, was the recipient of the Hope Award, an honor bestowed each year at this National Multiple Sclerosis Society gala. As Fry celebrated four years at the helm of the GBC, his supporters lauded his ability to bring together and strengthen Baltimore's business community.
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