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March 3, 2006
On February 15, 2006 HAROLD R. HARTGE; devoted father of Robert Hartge, Kimberly Hart, Richard Hartge and David Hartge; dear brother of Phyllis Hogan. Also survived by six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Rt. 702 (Beltway Exit 36), on Saturdayat 1 P.M.
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March 3, 2006
On February 15, 2006 HAROLD R. HARTGE; devoted father of Robert Hartge, Kimberly Hart, Richard Hartge and David Hartge; dear brother of Phyllis Hogan. Also survived by six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Rt. 702 (Beltway Exit 36), on Saturdayat 1 P.M.
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July 30, 2005
On July 27, 2005 LOUIS AUGUSTUS, JR.; loving husband of Ann E. Hartge; devoted father of Mary Frances Curry; loving step-father of Patricia Phillips and Larry Wayne Mc Cann; dear grandfather of Matthew Avery and Kristen Ashley Curry. Preceded in death by wife Ella Nora Hartge. Friends are invited to call at the family owned and operated MCCULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 237 E. Patapsco Ave. (Brooklyn) on Saturday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services will be held on Sunday 2 P.M. at St. John's Lutheran Church, 300 W. Maple Rd., Linthicum, MD 21090.
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July 30, 2005
On July 27, 2005 LOUIS AUGUSTUS, JR.; loving husband of Ann E. Hartge; devoted father of Mary Frances Curry; loving step-father of Patricia Phillips and Larry Wayne Mc Cann; dear grandfather of Matthew Avery and Kristen Ashley Curry. Preceded in death by wife Ella Nora Hartge. Friends are invited to call at the family owned and operated MCCULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 237 E. Patapsco Ave. (Brooklyn) on Saturday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services will be held on Sunday 2 P.M. at St. John's Lutheran Church, 300 W. Maple Rd., Linthicum, MD 21090.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1995
Vernon St. George "Buddy" Hartge, a former Galesville resident whose family's handcrafted vessels were prized by Chesapeake Bay yachtsmen, died Oct. 8 of respiratory failure at his home in Palatka, Fla. He was 74.In 1978, he retired as general manager of the Hartge Yacht Yard in Galesville, the family business he operated with his brother and sister, and moved to Florida.Mr. Hartge's ancestors immigrated to Shady Side in southern Anne Arundel County from Germany in the early 1800s. After making pianos, his great-grandfather, Emile Alexander Hartge, opened the boatyard in 1865 in Galesville.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 10, 2003
In his cubbyhole-sized museum, Laurence Hartge holds a copy of the 1860 map of Anne Arundel County that his father gave him, scanning a wall colored the baby blue of a clear, summer sky. "We are always looking for space to put one more thing," he says. That's in short supply in this former bedroom, a 14-by-15-foot space that four years ago became the Hartge Nautical Museum in the southern Anne Arundel County community of Galesville. Models of racing sailboats, hand tools used for crafting wood boats, racing trophies and photos -- of Hartge's relatives and boats -- fill the room with Hartge history.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | June 3, 1999
The maritime roots of the Hartge family -- owner and operator of the Hartge Yacht Yard in Galesville for 133 years -- unfolded on the banks of the West River along a 17 1/2-acre strip that became known statewide for its boat building and repairs.This is the family that became known for building Chesapeake 20 racers, the best-known racing sailboats on the Chesapeake Bay in the 1930s and 1940s. It's the family that built the ketch sailboat still used to represent Washington at official celebrations.
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By Amy P. Ingram and Amy P. Ingram,Contributing Writer | December 1, 1993
Ask Robert Hartge why he's devoted so much of his time to helping alcohol and drug addicts regain some of their lost hope, and he explains by example.Several years ago, Mr. Hartge befriended a patient. The two went to gospel shows, religious services and even to Mr. Hartge's house for lunch.Today, the reformed addict is a pastor at a Calvert County parish.Such success stories help explain why Mr. Hartge is so dedicated to the cause."I try to analyze why I'm this way, why I need to help," he said, with tears in his eyes.
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By Jennifer Keats and Jennifer Keats,Contributing writer | August 22, 1991
Robert Law Hartge seems surprised at the number of citations, honorsand thank-yous from friends, governors and members of Congress that have accumulated in his scrapbook.Hard-pressed to remember details, the president of the board of directors of Hope House, a non-profit residential drug and alcohol treatment center in Crownsville, barely even acknowledges the day in March 1984 when "a day of celebration in honor of Robert Law Hartge" was designated by the Christ EpiscopalChurch of West River and he was honored by more than 10 organizations.
NEWS
March 2, 1998
C. William Hartge, 72, headed relocation firmC. William Hartge, a pioneer in the corporate relocation industry, died Thursday of pancreatic cancer at Riverside, his home in the Brinklow community of Montgomery County. He was 72.Retired since 1985, Mr. Hartge had been, for the six previous years, chief executive officer of Equitable Relocation Management Corp., an Equitable Life Assurance Society subsidiary that specializes in relocating executives.He joined Equitable's Baltimore office in 1949 and, in 1966, was one of several Equitable officials who launched an in-house relocation service for corporate executives.
NEWS
February 28, 2004
On Friday, February 27, 2004, DOROTHY HARTGE BOEHM, of Crownsville, MD; wife of the late William J. Boehm; mother of William Alan and Deborah Jean Boehm; sister of Mary Showacre and Agnes Catterton. Also survived by six grandchildren. Family and friends received at the Evans Funeral Home (Route 450 and Race Track Road), Bowie, MD on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral service will be held 10 A.M., on Monday, March 1, 2004 at the Trinity United Methodist Church, Annapolis, MD. Interment Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Annapolis, MD. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Trinity United Methodist Church, 1300 West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 10, 2003
In his cubbyhole-sized museum, Laurence Hartge holds a copy of the 1860 map of Anne Arundel County that his father gave him, scanning a wall colored the baby blue of a clear, summer sky. "We are always looking for space to put one more thing," he says. That's in short supply in this former bedroom, a 14-by-15-foot space that four years ago became the Hartge Nautical Museum in the southern Anne Arundel County community of Galesville. Models of racing sailboats, hand tools used for crafting wood boats, racing trophies and photos -- of Hartge's relatives and boats -- fill the room with Hartge history.
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By Kathy Bergren Smith and Kathy Bergren Smith,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 3, 2002
THE LABOR DAY Regatta sponsored by the West River Sailing Club in Galesville features three days of sailboat races interspersed with social events. In a tradition begun more than 70 years ago, about a dozen Chesapeake 20s take to the river in a series of races. This classic one-design sailboat was born on the West River in the days when boats around here were mainly used for work. Bill Heintz, 94, of the tiny community of Bayfields remembers how it all got started. "I must have been about 18 years old that first Labor Day when we decided to have some races on the water," Heintz said.
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By Susan MacWilliams and Susan MacWilliams,SUN STAFF | July 18, 2001
A 99th-birthday bash tomorrow in downtown Annapolis will mark the end of an era and the beginning of a new direction for Anne Arundel Medical Center. The party planned by the hospital on its city campus will be one of its last public events before moving just outside Annapolis to Parole in October. The hospital is expecting more than 1,000 people, including staff members, former patients and supporters to help celebrate nearly a century of providing medical care and the completion of the new hospital.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | June 3, 1999
The maritime roots of the Hartge family -- owner and operator of the Hartge Yacht Yard in Galesville for 133 years -- unfolded on the banks of the West River along a 17 1/2-acre strip that became known statewide for its boat building and repairs.This is the family that became known for building Chesapeake 20 racers, the best-known racing sailboats on the Chesapeake Bay in the 1930s and 1940s. It's the family that built the ketch sailboat still used to represent Washington at official celebrations.
NEWS
March 2, 1998
C. William Hartge, 72, headed relocation firmC. William Hartge, a pioneer in the corporate relocation industry, died Thursday of pancreatic cancer at Riverside, his home in the Brinklow community of Montgomery County. He was 72.Retired since 1985, Mr. Hartge had been, for the six previous years, chief executive officer of Equitable Relocation Management Corp., an Equitable Life Assurance Society subsidiary that specializes in relocating executives.He joined Equitable's Baltimore office in 1949 and, in 1966, was one of several Equitable officials who launched an in-house relocation service for corporate executives.
NEWS
By Kevin Harrison | December 4, 1994
ROBERT HARTGEThe Volunteer: More than 11 years ago, Mr. Hartge was asked to join a group of volunteers to help establish an alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility. Hope House, on the grounds of Crownsville State Hospital was the result of his and others' efforts.About two years after Hope House began operating, Mr. Hartge was asked to be president and has held that volunteer position ever since.In April, he received a JCPenny Golden Rule Award, which is given to outstanding volunteers. He donated the $1,000 prize to Hope House.
NEWS
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,Staff Writer | July 20, 1993
An Anne Arundel County Circuit Court jury failed to reach a verdict yesterday on charges of carnal knowledge, incest and sodomy against a 59-year-old Grasonville man accused of sexually molesting three of his daughters in their Severna Park rancher 30 years ago.The jury found the man guilty on three counts of battery, but 10 members voted guilty and two voted innocent to the remaining charges, said the jury foreman, who would not give his name.The three daughters had no memory of their alleged abuse until they met with Annapolis therapist Patricia Hartge.
NEWS
September 24, 1996
Helen G. Ricks, 75, Frances Haddaway, 44Services for Helen G. Ricks, 75, and her daughter, Frances Haddaway, 44, both of whom died in an Aug. 22 fire at their Catonsville home, were held Aug. 28.A court stenographer, Mrs. Ricks retired in 1988 from the Circuit Court of Baltimore City, where she had worked for 22 years.The former Helen Adomaitis, who was born and raised in Chicago, was a court stenographer during the Nuremburg War Crimes trials. Several years ago, she donated the stenotypist machine she used during the trial to the Clarence Mitchell Courthouse Museum.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1995
Vernon St. George "Buddy" Hartge, a former Galesville resident whose family's handcrafted vessels were prized by Chesapeake Bay yachtsmen, died Oct. 8 of respiratory failure at his home in Palatka, Fla. He was 74.In 1978, he retired as general manager of the Hartge Yacht Yard in Galesville, the family business he operated with his brother and sister, and moved to Florida.Mr. Hartge's ancestors immigrated to Shady Side in southern Anne Arundel County from Germany in the early 1800s. After making pianos, his great-grandfather, Emile Alexander Hartge, opened the boatyard in 1865 in Galesville.
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