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March 8, 2005
On March 5, 2005, DORIS ALT HEAVER; beloved wife of the late Stephen Goodenow Heaver, Sr.; dear mother of Stephen Goodenow Heaver, Jr. and Allan Bancroft Heaver; dear mother-in-law of Melissa Marsh Heaver and Deborah Dove Heaver; dear grandmother of Thomas Benjamin, Isabel Caroline, Darcy Elizabeth and Brandon Tyler Heaver; dear sister of Lee Alt Sandmyer. Friends may call at the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc., 6500 York Road (at Overbrook), on Monday and Tuesday 5 to 7 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held Wednesday 10 A.M. at University Baptist Church.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | July 9, 2009
Allan Bancroft Heaver, a property manager who was active numerous civic and professional organizations, died July 2 of complications from renal failure at Indigo Farms, his Clarksville farm. He was 57. Born in Baltimore and raised in Roland Park, Mr. Heaver was a 1969 graduate of McDonogh School. He attended Lehigh University. For the past 40 years, he had been a managing member of Heaver Properties in Lutherville. His professional memberships included the Building Owners and Managers Association, the Baltimore Integrated Environmental Management Project Task Force for the Environmental Protection Agency, and the American Lung Association's Task Force For Indoor Air Quality Control.
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NEWS
February 26, 2006
HEAVER, PHILIP A., SR., 90, died February 18, 2006 in Newtown Square, PA. He is survived by his children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and loving fiance. A private graveside service will be held at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, 215 Belmont Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 Friday, March 3, 2006. A celebration of his life will be held at Newtown Square Presbyterian Church on Saturday, March 4, 2006, 11:30 AM.
BUSINESS
November 15, 2006
Pinnacle Financial Corp. appointed Chris Aguirre as branch manager of its Gaithersburg office and Alvin Bowman Jr. as a loan officer in the Severna Park office. SunTrust Bank Maryland announced that Christine Mills was made an officer in the business banking unit. Education The Children's Guild announced that Nicholas J. Krayger joined the special education school as educational director of its Baltimore campus. Health care Mosaic Community Services announced that Tom Henry joined the Timonium-based mental health services firm as a grant writer.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen | July 9, 2009
Allan Bancroft Heaver, a property manager who was active numerous civic and professional organizations, died July 2 of complications from renal failure at Indigo Farms, his Clarksville farm. He was 57. Born in Baltimore and raised in Roland Park, Mr. Heaver was a 1969 graduate of McDonogh School. He attended Lehigh University. For the past 40 years, he had been a managing member of Heaver Properties in Lutherville. His professional memberships included the Building Owners and Managers Association, the Baltimore Integrated Environmental Management Project Task Force for the Environmental Protection Agency, and the American Lung Association's Task Force For Indoor Air Quality Control.
NEWS
By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,SUN STAFF Editorial assistant Holton F. Brown contributed to this article | June 24, 1998
Stephen G. Heaver, a builder and developer whose fascination with fire trucks and apparatus led him to create the Fire Museum of Maryland, died Monday of lung failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Lutherville resident was 80.Mr. Heaver loved fire trucks all his life. As a boy, he would sit on the curb near his Roland Park home -- around the corner from a fire station -- to watch them rumble past.He bought his first piece of fire equipment in 1962 and founded the Lutherville museum in 1971.
NEWS
March 11, 2005
Anna Doris Heaver, a World War II registered nurse and homemaker, died Saturday at Brightwood Center in Lutherville of complications from emphysema. She was 84. The former Anna Doris Alt was born in Baltimore and raised on Reisterstown Road and Dolfield Avenue. She was a graduate of Western High School and earned her nursing degree from the University of Maryland School of Nursing in 1941. Mrs. Heaver, who attained the rank of lieutenant, served with the Army's 42nd General Hospital Unit - one of four such units activated in Baltimore - during the war. She was stationed in Brisbane, Australia; Manila, Philippines; Yokohama, Japan; and Tokyo.
FEATURES
By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,SUN STAFF | November 27, 2000
Somewhere outside Stephen Heaver Jr.'s basement in Roland Park, the electronic book revolution continues. Somewhere booksellers expand into the e-book market, publishers offer more titles in software, writers put stories and novels directly online, electronics stores busily proffer the latest e-book reader gizmos for Christmas. Somewhere far, far away. Down the narrow wooden steps and under the low ceiling on Woodlawn Road, book publishing goes on much as it did more than a century ago. Down here a book is still a book, a tactile and visual experience, an object to be admired in the hand as one might admire a Limoges tureen.
FEATURES
May 31, 1998
Mission: To preserve and interpret the history of firefighting and to educate the public on fire safety and prevention. On display at the 20,000-square-foot facility in Lutherville are 42 hand-pulled, horse-drawn and motorized firetrucks dating from 1806.Latest accomplishment: Last month, the museum opened the Discovery Room, a hands-on children's exploration area. And last year, the museum acquired a Fire Safety House, a scaled-down version of a home filled with simulated smoke that teaches children and adults how to escape from a fire.
NEWS
By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 19, 2005
Most people have collections of some kind, which might include grandma's quilt, grandpa's gold pocket watch, great-grandma's fine china, mom's wedding dress, old photographs or other antiques. But if not well-preserved, one man's treasure can become another man's junk, and Melissa Heaver knows it. As collections manager of the Historical Society of Baltimore County, Heaver offers workshops to teach people how to properly care for their family heirlooms. The workshops cover the care of wooden objects, decorative arts, textiles and paper products.
NEWS
By CASSANDRA A. FORTIN and CASSANDRA A. FORTIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 15, 2006
Shortly after the Great Fire of Baltimore started the morning of Feb. 7, 1904, J.E. Henry spent about a half-hour photographing the collapse of the Hurst building, where the blaze started. Meanwhile, A.C. Abadie was sent to film the fire using a motion picture camera that Thomas Edison had just patented. And after the fire had been extinguished, Julian Jenkel stood on the rooftop of the Elliott Cigar Manufacturer building and took pictures of the debris that covered more than 140 acres of downtown Baltimore.
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By RON HOLLANDER and RON HOLLANDER,SUN REPORTER | July 14, 2006
As a sailboat tacked in the gentle haze of the Inner Harbor yesterday, running crisscross patterns under a straight-arrow seagull, Len Brown of Hagerstown raised the green flag of the Baltimore Museum of Industry at the prow of the 1906 steam tug Baltimore. It was a moment full of delicious anticipation. After a week spent propped in the confines of a blue, rusting dry dock at General Ship Repair off Key Highway while its hull was patched, one of the oldest steam-powered tugs in the country was once more about to go to sea- or at least to the Inner Harbor.
NEWS
February 26, 2006
HEAVER, PHILIP A., SR., 90, died February 18, 2006 in Newtown Square, PA. He is survived by his children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and loving fiance. A private graveside service will be held at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, 215 Belmont Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 Friday, March 3, 2006. A celebration of his life will be held at Newtown Square Presbyterian Church on Saturday, March 4, 2006, 11:30 AM.
NEWS
By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 19, 2005
Most people have collections of some kind, which might include grandma's quilt, grandpa's gold pocket watch, great-grandma's fine china, mom's wedding dress, old photographs or other antiques. But if not well-preserved, one man's treasure can become another man's junk, and Melissa Heaver knows it. As collections manager of the Historical Society of Baltimore County, Heaver offers workshops to teach people how to properly care for their family heirlooms. The workshops cover the care of wooden objects, decorative arts, textiles and paper products.
NEWS
March 11, 2005
Anna Doris Heaver, a World War II registered nurse and homemaker, died Saturday at Brightwood Center in Lutherville of complications from emphysema. She was 84. The former Anna Doris Alt was born in Baltimore and raised on Reisterstown Road and Dolfield Avenue. She was a graduate of Western High School and earned her nursing degree from the University of Maryland School of Nursing in 1941. Mrs. Heaver, who attained the rank of lieutenant, served with the Army's 42nd General Hospital Unit - one of four such units activated in Baltimore - during the war. She was stationed in Brisbane, Australia; Manila, Philippines; Yokohama, Japan; and Tokyo.
NEWS
March 8, 2005
On March 5, 2005, DORIS ALT HEAVER; beloved wife of the late Stephen Goodenow Heaver, Sr.; dear mother of Stephen Goodenow Heaver, Jr. and Allan Bancroft Heaver; dear mother-in-law of Melissa Marsh Heaver and Deborah Dove Heaver; dear grandmother of Thomas Benjamin, Isabel Caroline, Darcy Elizabeth and Brandon Tyler Heaver; dear sister of Lee Alt Sandmyer. Friends may call at the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc., 6500 York Road (at Overbrook), on Monday and Tuesday 5 to 7 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held Wednesday 10 A.M. at University Baptist Church.
NEWS
By CASSANDRA A. FORTIN and CASSANDRA A. FORTIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 15, 2006
Shortly after the Great Fire of Baltimore started the morning of Feb. 7, 1904, J.E. Henry spent about a half-hour photographing the collapse of the Hurst building, where the blaze started. Meanwhile, A.C. Abadie was sent to film the fire using a motion picture camera that Thomas Edison had just patented. And after the fire had been extinguished, Julian Jenkel stood on the rooftop of the Elliott Cigar Manufacturer building and took pictures of the debris that covered more than 140 acres of downtown Baltimore.
NEWS
By RON HOLLANDER and RON HOLLANDER,SUN REPORTER | July 14, 2006
As a sailboat tacked in the gentle haze of the Inner Harbor yesterday, running crisscross patterns under a straight-arrow seagull, Len Brown of Hagerstown raised the green flag of the Baltimore Museum of Industry at the prow of the 1906 steam tug Baltimore. It was a moment full of delicious anticipation. After a week spent propped in the confines of a blue, rusting dry dock at General Ship Repair off Key Highway while its hull was patched, one of the oldest steam-powered tugs in the country was once more about to go to sea- or at least to the Inner Harbor.
FEATURES
By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,SUN STAFF | November 27, 2000
Somewhere outside Stephen Heaver Jr.'s basement in Roland Park, the electronic book revolution continues. Somewhere booksellers expand into the e-book market, publishers offer more titles in software, writers put stories and novels directly online, electronics stores busily proffer the latest e-book reader gizmos for Christmas. Somewhere far, far away. Down the narrow wooden steps and under the low ceiling on Woodlawn Road, book publishing goes on much as it did more than a century ago. Down here a book is still a book, a tactile and visual experience, an object to be admired in the hand as one might admire a Limoges tureen.
NEWS
By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,SUN STAFF Editorial assistant Holton F. Brown contributed to this article | June 24, 1998
Stephen G. Heaver, a builder and developer whose fascination with fire trucks and apparatus led him to create the Fire Museum of Maryland, died Monday of lung failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Lutherville resident was 80.Mr. Heaver loved fire trucks all his life. As a boy, he would sit on the curb near his Roland Park home -- around the corner from a fire station -- to watch them rumble past.He bought his first piece of fire equipment in 1962 and founded the Lutherville museum in 1971.
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