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March 13, 2003
CHARLES LORING JOSLIN, JR., Age 81, of North Palm Beach, FL and Brevard, NC, passed away suddenly on Sunday afternoon March 9, 2003 at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. Mr. Joslin was the son of Charles Loring Joslin, M.D. and Hester Riddle. He was born on November 5, 1921 in Baltimore, MD. Mr. Joslin attended Polytechnic High School's A-Course in Baltimore and graduated from the U.S. Navel Academy in Annapolis, MD in 1943, U.S. Navel Academy Postgraduate School in 1951 and MIT graduate school in 1952.
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May 31, 2007
On May 27, 2007, MILDRED B. KRIEGEL (nee Boyers) dear wife of the late Gilbert E. Kriegel, beloved mother of Nancy E. Neilson and her husband Douglas J. Neilson, devoted sister of Helen Granovetter and dear aunt of David Granovetter, Peter Granovetter and Myra Young; also survived by seven great nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at 2:30 P.M., on Sunday, June 10, 2007 at the Meeting House at the Oakland Mills Interfaith Center, 5885 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD, 21045.
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May 31, 2007
On May 27, 2007, MILDRED B. KRIEGEL (nee Boyers) dear wife of the late Gilbert E. Kriegel, beloved mother of Nancy E. Neilson and her husband Douglas J. Neilson, devoted sister of Helen Granovetter and dear aunt of David Granovetter, Peter Granovetter and Myra Young; also survived by seven great nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at 2:30 P.M., on Sunday, June 10, 2007 at the Meeting House at the Oakland Mills Interfaith Center, 5885 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD, 21045.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | February 5, 2006
When Robert Cleveland was a boy, in place of a birthday cake his mother wrapped an oatmeal box in colored paper and put candles on top. "I never had any sweets as a child," he said. "Never." Since he was 5, he has lived within the strict boundaries imposed by diabetes, knowing that if he loosened his grip on the disease it would ravage his body - the terrifying complications, the shortened life span. For years, the only diabetic he knew was his grammar school principal, who lost one leg to the disease, and then the other, "and I remember wondering how long it would be before I lost mine."
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | June 15, 1993
Television has never seen anything like "Silverlake Life: The View From Here," the documentary that launches the sixth season of "P.O.V." at 10 tonight on Maryland Public Television (Channels 22 and 67)."Silverlake Life" is the video diary of the day-to-day life of a gay couple dying of AIDS. Sound grim? Be warned: It's more than grim. At times, it's grueling to watch.But it's also one of the greatest love stories TV has ever told. It celebrates the commitment of this gay relationship in a way that should shame anyone who thinks marriage is possible only for heterosexuals.
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By BEVERLY MILLS | August 21, 1994
Q: My 13-month-old son keeps climbing on the kitchen table. If there are no chairs nearby, he moves them. How can I get him to stop?E.N., Cooper City, Fla.A: Don't stop his climbing. Change what he's climbing on. To do that, batten down the furniture and invest in a climbing toy designed especially for toddlers.'You must realize that the child has to climb; he can't help himself," says Joan Baumler, a mother from Buffalo, N.Y. "What the parent needs to do is provide a safe place."Many parents who called Child Life suggest decisive measures to put the table and chairs off limits.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | March 14, 1999
The Ravens Stadium's North Club Level Lounge was filled with sweet talk at the 11th annual Sugar Ball, a black-tie fund-raiser for the American Diabetes Association, Maryland Area.Executive director Cinda Showalter and event chair Dr. David Miller made the rounds through a crowd of 400, sprinkled with the likes of Sonya and Bruce Goodman, national and regional ADA board member; Dr. Christopher Saudek, director of the Johns Hopkins Diabetes Center; Donna Vaughn, area business man-ager for Parke-Davis; Dr. Alan Shuldiner, director of the Joslin Center for Diabetes at the University of Maryland Medical Center; Dr. Elizabeth Streeten, a Joslin Center endocrinologist; and Edwin Hale, CEO of First Mariner Bank.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | February 5, 2006
When Robert Cleveland was a boy, in place of a birthday cake his mother wrapped an oatmeal box in colored paper and put candles on top. "I never had any sweets as a child," he said. "Never." Since he was 5, he has lived within the strict boundaries imposed by diabetes, knowing that if he loosened his grip on the disease it would ravage his body - the terrifying complications, the shortened life span. For years, the only diabetic he knew was his grammar school principal, who lost one leg to the disease, and then the other, "and I remember wondering how long it would be before I lost mine."
NEWS
By Suzanne Loudermilk and Suzanne Loudermilk,Sun Staff Writer | May 15, 1994
Evelyn Joslin and T. Francis Cochran grew up in different worlds and have never met. She was a city girl in Baltimore, and he was a country boy in Bel Air.But for the past 50 years, the two high-school dropouts have shared the same dream -- completing their education.Last week, Mrs. Joslin and Mr. Cochran, both 67, achieved that goal and were recognized in a ceremony at Harford Community College with 48 other recipients of the graduate equivalency diploma."It meant so much to me to finish," says Mrs. Joslin, a grandmother who lives in Havre de Grace.
NEWS
July 21, 2006
On Thursday, July 20, 2006, VIRGINIA, K., beloved mother of M. Todd and Mary Ann, Neill E. and Laura, Craig B., David P. Smith, Sr. and Laura, L. Marcey Graf and Scott, sister of Adolphe Koppell and the late Kathryn Brewer. Grandmother of David Smith, Jr., Kristen and Kathryn Graf. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday 11 A.M. at Stallings Funeral Home, P.A., 3111 Mountain Rd., Pasadena with Interment immediately following at Mt. Carmel Church Cemetery, Pasadena. Memorial contributions may be made to Joslin Diabetes Center, 300 Hospital Dr., Suite 119, Glen Burnie, MD 21061
NEWS
March 13, 2003
CHARLES LORING JOSLIN, JR., Age 81, of North Palm Beach, FL and Brevard, NC, passed away suddenly on Sunday afternoon March 9, 2003 at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. Mr. Joslin was the son of Charles Loring Joslin, M.D. and Hester Riddle. He was born on November 5, 1921 in Baltimore, MD. Mr. Joslin attended Polytechnic High School's A-Course in Baltimore and graduated from the U.S. Navel Academy in Annapolis, MD in 1943, U.S. Navel Academy Postgraduate School in 1951 and MIT graduate school in 1952.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | March 14, 1999
The Ravens Stadium's North Club Level Lounge was filled with sweet talk at the 11th annual Sugar Ball, a black-tie fund-raiser for the American Diabetes Association, Maryland Area.Executive director Cinda Showalter and event chair Dr. David Miller made the rounds through a crowd of 400, sprinkled with the likes of Sonya and Bruce Goodman, national and regional ADA board member; Dr. Christopher Saudek, director of the Johns Hopkins Diabetes Center; Donna Vaughn, area business man-ager for Parke-Davis; Dr. Alan Shuldiner, director of the Joslin Center for Diabetes at the University of Maryland Medical Center; Dr. Elizabeth Streeten, a Joslin Center endocrinologist; and Edwin Hale, CEO of First Mariner Bank.
FEATURES
By BEVERLY MILLS | August 21, 1994
Q: My 13-month-old son keeps climbing on the kitchen table. If there are no chairs nearby, he moves them. How can I get him to stop?E.N., Cooper City, Fla.A: Don't stop his climbing. Change what he's climbing on. To do that, batten down the furniture and invest in a climbing toy designed especially for toddlers.'You must realize that the child has to climb; he can't help himself," says Joan Baumler, a mother from Buffalo, N.Y. "What the parent needs to do is provide a safe place."Many parents who called Child Life suggest decisive measures to put the table and chairs off limits.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | June 15, 1993
Television has never seen anything like "Silverlake Life: The View From Here," the documentary that launches the sixth season of "P.O.V." at 10 tonight on Maryland Public Television (Channels 22 and 67)."Silverlake Life" is the video diary of the day-to-day life of a gay couple dying of AIDS. Sound grim? Be warned: It's more than grim. At times, it's grueling to watch.But it's also one of the greatest love stories TV has ever told. It celebrates the commitment of this gay relationship in a way that should shame anyone who thinks marriage is possible only for heterosexuals.
NEWS
May 13, 2003
Joslin center recertified by diabetes association The Joslin Diabetes Center at North Arundel Hospital recently was recertified by the American Diabetes Association. The certification process includes reporting how many patients visit the center, the types of diabetes treated, the success of the treatment, and evaluation of space, staffing and resources. Information: 410-787-4367. AAMC neonatal unit awarded recertification Anne Arundel Medical Center's neonatal intensive care unit recently was recertified by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems.
NEWS
December 9, 1991
Philip Joseph Neville, retired president of Reid-Avery Co., died Friday at his home in Homeland after a brief illness related to heart problems. He was 82.A mass of Christian burial was being offered today at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5300 N. Charles St.The Baltimore native joined the Dundalk welding-rod manufacturer in 1955 and retired in 1964.Previously, he worked at Peat, Marwick & Mitchell as a tax manager and at Davis and Osbourne as a partner specializing in brokerage and tax audits.
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