December 28, 1997
Nina Clay Perry, a teacher in Baltimore's public schools for 26 years, died of pancreatic cancer Thursday at the home of a son in the city. She was 78.Born and raised on a family farm in Roxboro, N.C., she graduated from Person County High School and -- after her 1944 marriage to Luther James Perry -- from Elizabeth City (N.C.) State Teachers College in 1955.She taught reading at an elementary school in Powellsville, N.C., before moving with her husband to Baltimore in 1956. Mrs. Perry taught reading at Francis M. Wood Junior High and Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical Senior High School, and earned a master's degree in 1972 through evening and weekend classes at what is now Morgan State University.
May 5, 2006
On May 3, 2006 of Annapolis, MD wife of the late Kenneth A. Schmidt, Sr.; loving mother of Kenneth A. Schmidt, Jr. and Darlene Mallick, both of Annapolis, MD; loving sister of Thomas Perry, Calvert Co., James Perry, Glen Burnie, Mary Perry, Howard Co., Evelyn Barkas, Baltimore Co. and Betty Lou Hodski of Arbutus, MD. Friends may call on Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7 from 2-4 and 6-8 at the Hardesty Funeral Home, P.A., 12 Ridgely Avenue, Annapolis, MD...
December 16, 1995
The man sought by the FBI for questioning in the thefts of antique maps from rare books libraries has cleared out an antique maps shop he operated in Florida. He left a note early yesterday saying he was headed for Maryland, his landlord said.Gilbert Joseph Bland Jr. and his wife, Karen, emptied the small shop in Tamarac, Fla., near Fort Lauderdale, sometime late Thursday or early yesterday, according to Steve Strachman of Strachman Real Estate, the shop's landlord."I got this note this morning saying, 'See you later,' " he said yesterday.
April 16, 2004
On April 13, 2004, DUSTY CLAIRE MATTHEWS (nee Hamlin), loving wife of the late Frederic D. Matthews, Sr., dear mother of Terrie Jeanne Ross, Frederick D. Matthews. Jr., and Scott Matthews; grandmother of Stephanie and Michael Ross, Briana Tyler, Natalie and Zachary Matthews. A Memorial Service will be held at the Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air, Inc., 610 W. Mac Phail Road, (at Rt. 24), on Saturday at 9 A.M. PERRY SR.; beloved husband of Mary C. Perry (nee Mc Donald); devoted father of Timothy L. Perry Jr., Helen R. Perry, Edward J. Perry, Suzanne M. Perry, William D. Perry, Stephen G. Perry and his wife Diane, Kevin P. Perry, Michael F. Perry, and his wife Julie; loving grandfather of Thomas, Elizabeth and Matthew Perry; dear brother of Charles S. Perry Jr., Mary Boehl, Thomas Perry, James Perry, Patrick Perry, and the late John Perry.
April 24, 2005
On April 21, 2005, MARGARET G. NOMICK of Woodstock, MD; beloved wife of the late George M. Nomick Jr.; loving mother of Donna J. Adams (John), Rhonda L. Milauskas (Joe), Kimberly A. Crampton (Mark), and George M. Nomick III (Donna); devoted sister to Thomas E. Perry, Clara Schmidt, Mary E. Perry, James Perry, Evelyn Barkas, Betty Hodski, and the late William Perry; loving grandmother of Amy C. Milauskas, Michael C. Adams, Andrew J. Milauskas, Jason D. Hittel, Michael R. Hittel, Megan E. Crampton, Alexander M. Nomick, Daniel T. Crampton, and the late Rachel M. Adams.
October 16, 1997
The Maryland Court of Special Appeals upheld yesterday the convictions of Lawrence T. Horn, who arranged the 1993 murders of his ex-wife, their quadriplegic and brain-damaged son and the child's nurse.The three-judge panel rejected six issues raised by Horn's lawyers. The issues dealt with procedural rulings and whether evidence, such as information from Horn's wiretapped conversations and his videotaped deposition for a civil trial, should have been allowed as evidence in his 1996 murder trial.