December 6, 2005
On December 1, 2005 JEANNE BAGANS (nee Kilroy). Devoted wife to Larry Bagans. Cherished mother to Karen Blair, Janine Ptak, Mylissa Blair, Meredith Mixer and Zak Bagans, Baboo to Aylish, Blair and Bethany Ptak, Morgan and Maddox Mixer and Mia, Junebug and Angel. Favorite sister to Judy Noppenberger, Mary Knauer, Patricia Kilroy, Edythe Asimakes and Reenie Bagwell. Beloved daughter to George Wilhelm, the late Edythe Wilhelm and the late Joseph Kilroy Sr. Loving aunt to nieces and nephews too numerous to name.
March 28, 2005
On March 25, 2005, EDYTHE KILROY WILHELM (nee Grow) loving wife of George Edward Wilhelm Sr., beloved mother of Jeanne Bagans, Judy Noppenberger, Mary Knauer, Patricia Kilroy, Edythe Asimakes, Maureen Bagwell, George Wilhelm Jr., and the late Michael Kilroy, cherished sister of Georgia Bollinger, loving grandmother of 15 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and dear friends. Relatives and friends are invited to call at Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., 9705 Belair Road (Perry Hall)
March 10, 2006
On February 21, 2006, CHARLESMATTHEW Sr., of Towson husband of Betty Keil (nee Nieberding), father of Charles Keil Jr., Cheryl Hopkins, Donna Codd and Ellen Kilroy. Also survived by five grandchildren. Services were held February 27, 2006, at St. Joseph Cemetery, Texas, Maryland.
July 8, 2001
"Kilroy Was Here: The Best American Humor From World War II," edited by Charles Osgood (Hyperion, 188 pages, $22.95). Anyone who was conscious during even a few months of World War II can recognize -- and draw -- the Kilroy cartoon: a bald head, a bulbous nose and the fingers of a pair of hands looking out over a wall. He turned up, with the inevitable caption, "Kilroy was here," in all sorts of places, even the most improbable. Mostly the most improbable. It was the symbol of ubiquitousness and of survivalist humor and of the American presence in a world it was busy saving from the forces of evil.
May 14, 2001
New positions George Kilroy named president of PHH Arval PHH Arval named George J. Kilroy president and chief executive officer of the Hunt Valley-based fleet services subsidiary of Cendant Corp. Kilroy joined PHH in 1976 as an account executive and is a longtime member of senior management, most recently as senior vice president for business development. An M.B.A. graduate of Loyola College, the Baltimore County resident is a trustee of the Franciscan Center. Brockway is promoted at Thales Communications Thales Communications Inc. of Rockville promoted Richard J. Brockway to vice president for public safety products, responsible for marketing, product policy and business development.
May 5, 2001
Provident Bankshares Corp., which has been aggressively expanding in the Washington suburbs, has launched a $500,000 television campaign aimed largely at attracting new customers in that area. The Baltimore banking company said the TV push - part of a $2.2 million media campaign - is its first in nine years. Provident, with $5.3 billion in assets and 98 branches, spent $1.5 million on media advertising last year. This year it will direct 90 percent of its television ads at the Washington metropolitan area, said Lillian S. Kilroy, managing director of marketing at Provident, the state's second-largest independent banking company, Kilroy said.