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September 1, 2002
Stanley R. Greenberg, a television screenwriter who shaped the docudrama format with his meticulously researched scripts for Pueblo, The Missiles of October and other shows, died Aug. 25 of a brain tumor at his home in Kensington, Calif. He was 74. He also wrote the screenplays for the films Skyjacked in 1972 and Soylent Green in 1973, an adaptation of Harry Harrison's novel about overpopulation, both starring Charlton Heston. Glenn E. Watts, 82, a former president of the Communications Workers of America who led the union through the breakup of the AT&T Bell telephone monopoly, died Friday of complications from surgery.
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NEWS
August 14, 1991
*Morris Hudson, 30, of Columbia, in charge of mentoring program at Albert Einstein High School in Kensington:No. I think I would likeMaryland to recognize it first and for Howard County to specificallywelcome them in. It's irrelevant whether it's been accredited in other states. I believe in abiding by the rules. I believe in results, but I also believe in paperwork.
NEWS
January 26, 2007
Edythe J. Larsson, a homemaker and former longtime Kensington resident, died of pneumonia Sunday at the Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville. She was 94. The former Edythe Dagmar Johnson was born in Bird Island, Minn., and moved with her family to Greeley, Colo. She attended North Park College in Chicago. During World War II, she moved to Washington and worked as a secretary for the FBI. While working in Washington, she met and married Alcott J. Larsson, a naval officer, in 1945, and settled in Kensington.
NEWS
June 27, 1996
Patricia Krebs Hickman, 58, computer programmerPatricia Krebs Hickman, a computer programming consultant, died Monday of undetermined causes at her Lutherville home. She was 58.A native of Edmondson Village in West Baltimore, she graduated from Trinity Preparatory High School in 1955 and attended the College of Notre Dame for two years, relatives said.In 1957, she married Philip E. Hickman and was a homemaker for 24 years before she enrolled at the University of Baltimore in 1981. She graduated two years later with a degree in business and information systems.
NEWS
December 26, 2009
Police identify body found on golf course 2 Baltimore County police say the body found in a car parked on the grounds of a country club is that of Irving Hurwitz of Pikesville. Hurwitz, 78, had been reported missing by his family on Sunday. County police spokesman Cpl. Mike Hill said a passer-by found the body Thursday inside Hurwitz's 2003 Buick Century on Woodholme Country Club's golf course. Police do not suspect foul play. An autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death.
NEWS
February 21, 2000
Marjorie E. Swearman, 75, Hopkins lab secretary Marjorie Elizabeth Swearman, a retired executive secretary, died Thursday of pulmonary fibrosis at Fallston General Hospital. She was 75 and lived in Forest Hill. The former Elkridge resident began her career at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory's Laurel facility in 1963 as a group secretary and was later promoted to executive secretary. She retired in 1984 and moved to Queenstown. She lived in Forest Hill for a year.
NEWS
March 12, 2003
On March 10, 2003; FLORENCE "FLOSSIE" BRODNICK,(nee Bernhardt); loving wife of the late Louis Brodnick; cherished and adored mother Valia I. Langsam of Baltimore, Md., Allen P. Brodnick of Kensington, MD., and the late Iris B. Brodnick; dearly loved mother-in-law of Charles Langsam and Maggie Brodnick; devoted sister of Herbert & Leonard Bernhardt and the late Beth Valinsky; beloved Bubbie of Caitlin I., McKenzie C., and Conor M. Brodnick. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS INC, 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Tuesday March 11 at 1 P.M. Interment at Arlington-Chizuk Amuno Congregation Cemetery, 4300 N. Rogers Avenue.
NEWS
August 9, 1991
Luther J. Heath, an avid rose gardener who would have been 101 next month, died Wednesday at Baltimore County General Hospital after a brief illness.Services for Mr. Heath will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the mausoleum chapel of Loudon Park Cemetery in the 3700 block of Wilkens Avenue.He moved two years ago to the Augsburg Lutheran Home in the Lochearn area of Baltimore County. He had lived for 38 years in the 4200 block of Kensington Road in Arbutus, where he often would greet passing neighbors with a bouquet gathered from some of his 58 prized rosebushes or a package of home-grown vegetables.
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder Newspapers | February 3, 1995
PHILADELPHIA -- Blocking a lane of traffic can get you a parking ticket. It got Jose Carrer killed.Police today were searching for the highway executioner who shot the street mechanic to death in front of his Kensington home Tuesday morning as he worked on a woman's car.And in a small funeral home in Philadelphia yesterday, tearful relatives cried for justice for the 25-year-old father of two."I want justice to be done," said Mr. Carrer's wife, Ivette. "They have to get him off the street.
NEWS
May 2, 1999
Kurt Moss, a retired maire d' who had worked at Washington hotels and the National Press Club, died of an abdominal aneurysm Thrusday at his home in Silver Spring.He was 86, and a longtime resident of the Washington area.Born in Germany, Mr Moss fled to the United States to escape the Nazis, arriving in New York in 1937 with $5 and not knowing a word of English, his family said.He joined th U.S. Army in 1941, and participated in the invasion of North Africa.After the war, he learned that his mother had died in a concentration camp.
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