March 28, 2004
On March 24, 2004, GARETTA CUMMINGS JETT of Cape Coral, FL and formerly of Baltimore, MD, daughter of the late George P. Crowther and the late Grace Mackey Crowther, mother of the late Charles P. Cummings and devoted wife of the late Marion C. Cummings, Jr., William Klarner and J. Willard Jett. Survived by two grandchildren and six great-grandchildren A Graveside Service will be held at Lorraine Park Cemetery in Woodlawn, MD on Monday, March 29, 2004 at 11 A.M. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Komen Foundation, P.O. Box 650309, Dallas, TX 75265-0309
April 4, 2006
From Kanye West to Cypress Hill to Joan Jett, the 17th annual HFStival promises to crackle with energy from some of the biggest names in pop over three-plus decades. Nearly 60 artists - some established, some burgeoning - will perform at Merriweather Post Pavilion, a new home for the all-day music event, which takes place May 27-28. The headlining acts on Saturday include multi-Grammy winner West and Jewish rap-reggae sensation Matisyahu, rap-rock collective Cypress Hill and the Las Vegas pop-punk band Panic!
February 23, 1991
Dr. Page C. Jett, a retired country doctor who practiced almost five decades in Calvert County, died of heart failure Dec. 22 at his Port Republic home. He was 85.Dr. Jett moved to Prince Frederick in 1933 to set up his medical practice.Instrumental in the construction of the original Calvert Memorial Hospital, Dr. Jett served on the building committee and the board of directors after its completion in 1953. He was a member of the building committee for the new hospital in 1977.The author of numerous papers, he was vice president of the Medical-Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and the Academy of General Practice.
March 23, 1993
R. Frederick Jett, 70, a retired attorney for the Social Security Administration, died Saturday of prostate cancer at his Randallstown home.He retired in 1989 after working for SSA since 1972. He began federal service as a lawyer for the antitrust subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee in Washington in 1956. Earlier, he had been a partner in the law firm of Jett & Jett in Baltimore.The Baltimore native was a 1941 graduate of City College. He served in the Army in Europe during World War II, was awarded two Purple Hearts and reached the rank of staff sergeant.
December 25, 1990
Robert Samuel Jett, a prominent attorney and civic leader, died of cancer Sunday at his home in Baltimore. He was 89.A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Second Presbyterian Church of Baltimore, St. Paul Street and Charlcote Road, Guilford.Born in Baltimore, Mr. Jett attended Baltimore City High School and graduated from the University of Maryland law school in 1924.During his early years in practice, Mr. Jett specialized in real estate law. Later, as a partner in Stein and Jett, he focused on corporate and trial law. Several of his cases were argued before the Maryland State Court of Appeals.
February 20, 1991
Hammond High's first regional indoor track championship was Jett-propelled.Kisha Jett, a Golden Bears freshman, raced to two individual gold medals and was part of a winning 800-meter relay team last week at Hagerstown Community College.Jett, the only individual champion among county girls at the Region I, Class 2A/1A meet, tied a school record with her 55-meter -- time of 7.18 seconds.She also captured the 300-meter run in 42.2 seconds. Teammate Mekka Richardson finished second to her in both events.