Advertisement
HomeCollectionsKesselring
IN THE NEWS

Kesselring

FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
August 6, 2006
On August 4, 2006, MARGARETHELEN KESSELRING (nee Bruff) of Baltimore, MD, beloved wife of the late Frank Ira Kesselring, devoted mother of F. Rundle Kesselring and his wife Joan, loving grandmother of Joy A. Porter and Gary B. Kesselring and his wife Laura, cherished great-grandmother to Sean, Kaiti and Meghann. Relatives and friends may call at the SCHIMUNEK FUNERAL HOME, INC., 9705 Belair Road, Baltimore, MD, 21236, on Sunday, August 6, 2006, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. M where a funeral service will be held on Monday, August 7 at 12 noon.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
August 6, 2006
On August 4, 2006, MARGARETHELEN KESSELRING (nee Bruff) of Baltimore, MD, beloved wife of the late Frank Ira Kesselring, devoted mother of F. Rundle Kesselring and his wife Joan, loving grandmother of Joy A. Porter and Gary B. Kesselring and his wife Laura, cherished great-grandmother to Sean, Kaiti and Meghann. Relatives and friends may call at the SCHIMUNEK FUNERAL HOME, INC., 9705 Belair Road, Baltimore, MD, 21236, on Sunday, August 6, 2006, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. M where a funeral service will be held on Monday, August 7 at 12 noon.
Advertisement
NEWS
By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2004
A New Windsor woman who pleaded guilty to manslaughter after selling her 27-year-old nephew a fatal patch of pain medication sometimes abused for its heroin-like effect will be released in May, six months earlier than if she completed the sentence imposed last year. Carroll County Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. deemed Regina Raye Kesselring, 48, well enough to remain in jail for four more months. "This is a tough call for me," said Burns, who will retire Friday after 25 years on the bench.
NEWS
November 27, 2005
On Tuesday, November 22, 2005, ANNE LOTTES passed away; beloved wife of the late John W. Lottes. She is survived by her children, son John Lottes; daughters Pam Sites and Elizabeth Hood; five grandchildren, James Kesselring, Amy White, Mary Hood, Mira and Jared Lottes and three great-grandchildren, Alston, Zachary and Robbie Kesselring. Call 410-833-4785.
NEWS
November 27, 2005
On Tuesday, November 22, 2005, ANNE LOTTES passed away; beloved wife of the late John W. Lottes. She is survived by her children, son John Lottes; daughters Pam Sites and Elizabeth Hood; five grandchildren, James Kesselring, Amy White, Mary Hood, Mira and Jared Lottes and three great-grandchildren, Alston, Zachary and Robbie Kesselring. Call 410-833-4785.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck | October 5, 1992
Marion McClinton has won the $10,000 Kesselring Prize for his play "Police Boys," which was produced at Center Stage last spring. The Minnesota playwright was nominated by the theater, which staged his inner city drama as part of its 1992 re:Discovery series.Awarded annually by the National Arts Club, the Kesselring Prize is funded by a bequest from playwright Joseph Kesselring, author of "Arsenic and Old Lace." This year's judges were playwright John Guare, recently named New Yorker magazine critic, John Lahr and Lincoln Center dramaturg Anne Cattaneo.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 29, 2003
A New Windsor woman received a two-year sentence yesterday for her role in the death of her 27-year-old nephew, who overdosed last year after the eating the gel from a pain medication patch that is sometimes abused for its heroin-like effect. Regina Raye Kesselring, 47, of the 300 block of Main St. was sentenced to 10 years for manslaughter and two years for drug distribution by Carroll Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. The judge then suspended all but two years. While pleading guilty to the crimes at a hearing in December, Kesselring acknowledged that she sold a Duragesic patch containing the painkiller fentanyl to her nephew, Steven E. Spivey, for $50. Kesselring, who takes a variety of medications and receives medical disability payments, had been prescribed Duragesic patches by a Westminster doctor, according to court records.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 29, 2003
A New Windsor woman received a two-year sentence yesterday for her role in the death of her 27-year-old nephew, who overdosed last year after the eating the gel from a pain medication patch that is sometimes abused for its heroin-like effect. Regina Raye Kesselring, 47, of the 300 block of Main St. was sentenced to 10 years for manslaughter and two years for drug distribution by Carroll Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. The judge then suspended all but two years. While pleading guilty to the crimes at a hearing in December, Kesselring acknowledged that she sold a Duragesic patch containing the painkiller fentanyl to her nephew, Steven E. Spivey, for $50. Kesselring, who takes a variety of medications and receives medical disability payments, had been prescribed Duragesic patches by a Westminster doctor, according to court records.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | December 5, 2002
A New Windsor woman pleaded guilty to manslaughter yesterday in Carroll County Circuit Court in the death of her 27-year-old nephew, who overdosed after eating the gel from a pain-medication patch that sometimes is abused for its heroin-like high. Regina Raye Kesselring, 47, of the 300 block of Main St. acknowledged that she sold the patch to her nephew Steven E. Spivey for $50. She is to receive no more than 18 months in jail under the terms of the guilty plea, which she offered yesterday at what was to be a hearing on the legality of the police search and her confession.
NEWS
By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2004
A New Windsor woman who pleaded guilty to manslaughter after selling her 27-year-old nephew a fatal patch of pain medication sometimes abused for its heroin-like effect will be released in May, six months earlier than if she completed the sentence imposed last year. Carroll County Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. deemed Regina Raye Kesselring, 48, well enough to remain in jail for four more months. "This is a tough call for me," said Burns, who will retire Friday after 25 years on the bench.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 29, 2003
A New Windsor woman received a two-year sentence yesterday for her role in the death of her 27-year-old nephew, who overdosed last year after the eating the gel from a pain medication patch that is sometimes abused for its heroin-like effect. Regina Raye Kesselring, 47, of the 300 block of Main St. was sentenced to 10 years for manslaughter and two years for drug distribution by Carroll Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. The judge then suspended all but two years. While pleading guilty to the crimes at a hearing in December, Kesselring acknowledged that she sold a Duragesic patch containing the painkiller fentanyl to her nephew, Steven E. Spivey, for $50. Kesselring, who takes a variety of medications and receives medical disability payments, had been prescribed Duragesic patches by a Westminster doctor, according to court records.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 29, 2003
A New Windsor woman received a two-year sentence yesterday for her role in the death of her 27-year-old nephew, who overdosed last year after eating the gel from a pain medication patch that is sometimes abused for its heroin-like effect. Regina Raye Kesselring, 47, of the 300 block of Main St. was sentenced to 10 years for manslaughter and two years for drug distribution by Carroll Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. The judge then suspended all but two years. While pleading guilty to the crimes at a hearing in December, Kesselring acknowledged that she sold a Duragesic patch containing the painkiller fentanyl to her nephew, Steven E. Spivey, for $50. Kesselring, who takes a variety of medications and receives medical disability payments, had been prescribed Duragesic patches by a Westminster doctor, according to court records.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | December 5, 2002
A New Windsor woman pleaded guilty to manslaughter yesterday in Carroll County Circuit Court in the death of her 27-year-old nephew, who overdosed after eating the gel from a pain-medication patch that sometimes is abused for its heroin-like high. Regina Raye Kesselring, 47, of the 300 block of Main St. acknowledged that she sold the patch to her nephew Steven E. Spivey for $50. She is to receive no more than 18 months in jail under the terms of the guilty plea, which she offered yesterday at what was to be a hearing on the legality of the police search and her confession.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J. Wynn Rousuck | September 28, 1995
The Vagabond Players, 806 S. Broadway, opens its 80th season tomorrow with Joseph Kesselring's comic chestnut, "Arsenic and Old Lace." Joan Corcoran and Irene Patton star as the happily homicidal Brewster sisters; Tom Nolte, ToddCunningham and Art Sinclair play their nephews. Tracey Anne Tokar-Smith directs.Show times are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Sundays, through Oct. 29. (No performances Saturday, Sept. 30, or Sunday, Oct. 1.) Tickets are $9 and $10. For more information call (410)
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.