April 14, 2006
On April 12, 2006 MARIE "JOSIE" (nee Gentilcore) CHRISTENSEN formerly of Towson, Md. wife of the late Donald R. Christensen Sr., beloved mother of Donald R. Christensen Jr. and his wife Catherine, Anna Louise Adamczyk and her husband Paul and Catherine T. Gunzelman and her husband Ted. Also survived by eight grandchildren. Funeral Liturgy will be 11:00 A.M. Monday April 17, 2006 at St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, 315 N. Constitution Ave., New Freedom, Pa. Burial in Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, Timonium, Md. Friends may call at the J.J. Hartenstein Mortuary Inc. 24 Second St. New Freedom, Pa. on Friday April 14th from 3:00 P.M.- 5 P.M. and on Saturday April 15th from 2:00 P.M.- 5:00 P.M. Memorial contributions to Alzheimers Assoc.
December 2, 2005
On Monday, November 28, 2005, ETTA JOSEPHINE "JOSIE" MILLER of Millersville; cherished wife of the late Guy Miller; devoted mother of Frances Magiera, James Miller, Betty Mellon, Wanda Sullivan, Pam Beane and Terry Bland; loving grandmother of Tammi Greim, Chris Mullineaux, Angie and Chris Miller, Tina Oberholtzer, Wilmer Mellon III, Carolee Kinloch, Audrey Bacher, Nicki Turner, Joey Mellon, Ashley Sullivan, Eric and Brandon Beane, Conrad Stockhausen, Keldie...
April 11, 2001
Energetic, good-hearted and slyly self-referential, "Josie and the Pussycats" makes points about the ceaseless materialism and crass commercialism of modern-day America by chronicling the exploits of a rock band created to sell comic books. And if that central irony isn't enough to get young audiences into theaters (and it probably isn't), there's this, too: The film rocks. Josie and her feline band-mates started off as characters in Archie comics and even had their own Saturday morning cartoon show for a time (most latter-day baby boomers remember the theme song well)
September 21, 2009
When her 18-month-old daughter Josie died of dehydration and cardiac arrest at Johns Hopkins Hospital in 2001 after a breakdown of communication by its medical staff, Sorrel King wanted them to suffer. But rather than take her anger out on the hospital, she started a crusade to end medical errors. In her new book, "Josie's Story," King tells the wrenching tale of how she pieced her life back together, turning personal tragedy into a rallying cry for reform. Why did you decide to write this book?
December 14, 2003
During those frightening first days in the hospital, Sorrel King came to trust the doctors and nurses looking after her 18-month- old daughter. Hooked up to tubes and machines, sterile dressings covering her burns, Josie looked nothing like the little girl who danced through life wearing ladybug shoes and a gap-toothed grin. The medical team at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center constantly monitored Josie's mixture of drugs, watched for signs of infection, performed skin grafts to repair the damage from her bathtub accident.
November 14, 2004
On November 12, 2004, JOHN WILLIAM O'DONOHUE (Reds), lifelong companion, Josie Maloney. A graveside service will be held Monday, 11 A.M., at New CAthedral Cemetery. Arrangements by Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc.