April 25, 2007
Robert B. Hardiman, a district manager for a Baltimore pest control company and an avid tennis player, died Friday at Johns Hopkins Hospital of heart failure resulting from sepsis. He was 63. Born in Baltimore and raised in Essex, Mr. Hardiman was a 1961 graduate of Kenwood High School. He earned a bachelor's degree in English in 1965 from what is now Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, W.Va. Drafted into the Army in 1965, Mr. Hardiman was assigned to Okinawa for two years in finance and accounting while a member of the Army tennis team.
January 22, 2005
On January 20, 2005, AUGUST C. SCHOTT; beloved husband of the late Ruth D. Schott; loving father of the late Linda Schott Hardiman; brother of Louis Schott. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck, Inc., Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Rd, (at Echodale), on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M, where a funeral liturgy will be held Monday at 10 A.M. Interment Highview Memorial Gardens.
June 20, 2004
On June 18, 2004; LINDA; beloved wife of Warren Hardiman; beloved daughter of August and Ruth Schott; good friend of Trudy Melott; dear stepmother of Lee Hardiman and his wife Kerry and Melanie Hardiman; dear step grandmother of Madison and Haley Hardiman. Also survived by her dogs Radar, Hydie, Cujo, Banana Nose, Mazie, and Kalbie and her two cats Kilroy hand Einstein. She was a member of Mastio Gardens in Harford County. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air, Inc., 610 W. Mac Phail Road (at Route 24)
March 29, 2004
On March 27, 2004 HELEN M. (nee Hopple) beloved wife of the late John F. Clark, devoted mother of "KAY" Catherine L. Snyder, and her husband Charles and Mary Darlene Horney and her husband Kenneth, dear sister of Grace Vogelgesang and Manny Hopple, dear grandmother of Kerri Hardiman, Dawn and Brian Snyder and Stacy Horney, great-grandmother of Madison Hardiman. Visitation Tuesday afternoon 3 to 6 P.M. at the Cvach-Rosedale Funeral Home, 1211 Chesaco Ave., Funeral service, Tuesday evening 6 P.M. Cremation private.
December 25, 2003
Stock prices are soaring and generous year-end bonuses are putting a rosy glow on the cheeks of Wall Street traders, but behind all of the good cheer, America's securities markets are in crisis. Nasdaq, which framed itself in the 1990s as the high-tech market of the future, is in decline, while the New York Stock Exchange, the granddaddy of them all, is being forced to deal with mounting demands for reform of a system designed to reward good-old-boy trading specialists more than investors.
December 6, 2002
Kisaiah D. Brown, At the first hint of snow, some Baltimore-area residents scramble to the supermarket, clamoring for their bread, milk and toilet paper. Others simply call Eddie's, They phone for steak fillets and crab cakes, a diet soda or two, or maybe just eggs and milk. Whatever the request, Wes Hardiman, a 27-year-old deliveryman for the Eddie's of Roland Park supermarket on Charles Street, is ready to pull on his winter gloves and oblige. Yesterday, Hardiman was one of the hundreds of delivery people who braved the perilous weather and the area's daffy drivers so other residents could stay inside, out of the snow.