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May 13, 2003
On May 11, 2003, PATRICIA A. KITZMILLER of Glen Burnie; beloved wife of Clifton Kitzmiller; devoted mother of Victoria Rice, Virginia Powell, and Barbara Kitzmiller; dear sister of Bill Stowell, Frank Stowell, Cecilia Smith, Genie McMillion and Marion Miller; loving grandmother of five and great-grandmother of three. The family will receive visitors at Singleton Funeral Home P.A., 1 Second Avenue S.W. (at Crain Hwy), Glen Burnie, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday. The Funeral Ceremony will be held on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. in the Funeral Home Chapel.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2014
Severna Park cruised to a 33-point victory over North County in a regular-season game in January, but the Falcons faced a much tougher battle when the two teams met again in a Class 4A East Region Section I playoff on Wednesday night. Taylor Kitzmiller scored a game-high 23 points and Jerrell Harris added 15, five of which came in the fourth quarter and helped No. 13 Severna Park hold on for a 69-65 victory over the Knights in a second-round playoff game. Severna Park improved to 22-2 and stretched its winning streak to 15 with the victory.
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FEATURES
By Mary Corey | March 22, 1991
Before the screen door can clang shut, Jessica Kitzmiller strides toward you, brown curls bouncing atop her head, dimples like parentheses around her pouty lips, a hint of blush on each round cheek."
SPORTS
By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2011
Before this year's Maryland bear hunt, Colton Lucas was considered a typical 12-year-old living in the Western Maryland town of Kitzmiller. He loved to hunt and fish with his father, Joe, and play football with his friends. His priorities haven't changed in the past two weeks, but the seventh-grader has become a local celebrity. And a hero. He's received the acclaim for killing a bear — a 376-pound male, which according to Mayor Mike Brady had been terrorizing the residents of Kitzmiller for several years.
SPORTS
By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2011
Before this year's Maryland bear hunt, Colton Lucas was considered a typical 12-year-old living in the Western Maryland town of Kitzmiller. He loved to hunt and fish with his father, Joe, and play football with his friends. His priorities haven't changed in the past two weeks, but the seventh-grader has become a local celebrity. And a hero. He's received the acclaim for killing a bear — a 376-pound male, which according to Mayor Mike Brady had been terrorizing the residents of Kitzmiller for several years.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1995
An article in The Sun in Anne Arundel County on Friday stated incorrectly the kinds of animals cared for at Noah's Ark Wildlife Center in Lake Shore. The center cares only for injured or orphaned native Maryland wildlife.The Sun regrets the error.From the outside, Velvet and Teddy Kitzmiller's one-story rancher blends with the rest of the houses in their Lake Shore neighborhood.Inside the house, sick, injured and orphaned animals are treated through the couple's Noah's Ark Wildlife Center Inc."
NEWS
By Julie Scharper and Julie Scharper,julie.scharper@baltsun.com | April 18, 2009
The couple had planned to spend the warm spring day in Pennsylvania, marching and camping with other Civil War re-enactors. Becky Waugh packed the pickup with their costumes and gear. But her boyfriend - owner, she said, of an antique but functional muzzleloading rifle - apparently grew angry. Just after noon Friday, she called 911 to say that he had threatened to "blow her head off," touching off events that ended with police shooting and critically wounding the Anne Arundel County man. From the moment Rickey Lee Kitzmiller, 42, a plumber and father of three, woke up Friday, he was in a strange state, Waugh said.
NEWS
November 22, 1992
In Sunday's Howard section, an incorrect phone number was listed for Fish, a non-profit organization. The correct number is 377-1827.The Baltimore Sun regrets the errors.Name: Carroll Kitzmiller, a 31-year resident of Dayton.Activities/Hobbies: Mrs. Kitzmiller works for the Election Board six months every other year and loves gardening. She is cultivating a water garden with plants and many goldfish. She also enjoys aerobics and sewing.Organization's comments: Mrs. Kitzmiller volunteers for Fish, a non-profit organization that has been in the county for 18 years.
NEWS
December 13, 1994
A Crofton woman was robbed Friday night after a man pointed a gun at her as she unloaded groceries in front of her home in the 1600 block of Airy Hill Court, police said.Margaret Kitzmiller, 33, told police that two men walked up to her about 8 p.m. Friday and that one of them pulled out a black handgun, pointed it at her and spoke, police said. Ms. Kitzmiller screamed, dropped her bags and purse, ran to the nearest apartment and knocked until a resident let her in. She does not remember what the man said, police said.
NEWS
July 20, 2004
On July 17, 2004 JOSEPH LEO GREASER, 88, of Elk Garden died at the Manor Care Nursing Home in Baltimore. Born September 28, 1915 in Midland, MD he was a son of the late Thomas and Anna (Evans) Greaser. Joe retired from the Bethlehem Steel Company in Baltimore. He was also a WW II Veteran. Surviving is his wife Avril "Sally" (Matthews) Greaser, two sons Terry Greaser and Timothy Greaser both of Baltimore, three daughters Patricia Watner of NC, Sally Bobbitt of VA and Eve Powers of Baltimore, three brothers Harrison Greaser of Kitzmiller, MD, Garland Greaser of MO and George Greaser of Okinawa, two sisters Agnes Miller of Kitzmiller, MD and Helen Greaser of Oakland, MD. Also survived by seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
BUSINESS
By Jay Hancock and Jay Hancock,jay.hancock@baltsun.com | October 16, 2009
New cars sold to Marylanders hit their highest point in more than a year in September as the federal "cash for clunkers" program lured buyers into the showrooms. The Motor Vehicle Administration registered 26,992 new cars and light trucks in September. That was the most in one month since July 2008, when 29,188 were recorded. Last fall's financial collapse caused a plunge in consumer spending that sent some car manufacturers hurtling toward insolvency and gave dealers their worst year in more than a decade.
NEWS
By Julie Scharper and Julie Scharper,julie.scharper@baltsun.com | April 18, 2009
The couple had planned to spend the warm spring day in Pennsylvania, marching and camping with other Civil War re-enactors. Becky Waugh packed the pickup with their costumes and gear. But her boyfriend - owner, she said, of an antique but functional muzzleloading rifle - apparently grew angry. Just after noon Friday, she called 911 to say that he had threatened to "blow her head off," touching off events that ended with police shooting and critically wounding the Anne Arundel County man. From the moment Rickey Lee Kitzmiller, 42, a plumber and father of three, woke up Friday, he was in a strange state, Waugh said.
NEWS
June 5, 2005
On April 22, 2005, PATRICIA L.W. KITZMILLER, of Towson, MD, daughter of the late Edwin F. Wright and Rose Lee Seims Wright. She is survived by friends and neighbors and "The Alley Kids". Services are private. Contributions to the American Lung Association or Stella Maris Hospice, 2300 Dulaney Valley Rd., Timonium, MD 21093.
NEWS
July 20, 2004
On July 17, 2004 JOSEPH LEO GREASER, 88, of Elk Garden died at the Manor Care Nursing Home in Baltimore. Born September 28, 1915 in Midland, MD he was a son of the late Thomas and Anna (Evans) Greaser. Joe retired from the Bethlehem Steel Company in Baltimore. He was also a WW II Veteran. Surviving is his wife Avril "Sally" (Matthews) Greaser, two sons Terry Greaser and Timothy Greaser both of Baltimore, three daughters Patricia Watner of NC, Sally Bobbitt of VA and Eve Powers of Baltimore, three brothers Harrison Greaser of Kitzmiller, MD, Garland Greaser of MO and George Greaser of Okinawa, two sisters Agnes Miller of Kitzmiller, MD and Helen Greaser of Oakland, MD. Also survived by seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
BUSINESS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | May 24, 2001
New-car sales declined slightly in Maryland last month, but dealers still posted their second-best April in the past decade, according to figures released yesterday by the state Motor Vehicle Administration. The 0.7 percent decline from a strong April 2000 compares with a 10 percent drop in sales of cars and light trucks in the nation last month. New cars usually represent the second-most-expensive purchase by consumers, behind homes. Economists view the figures as a leading indicator of the state's financial health.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1995
An article in The Sun in Anne Arundel County on Friday stated incorrectly the kinds of animals cared for at Noah's Ark Wildlife Center in Lake Shore. The center cares only for injured or orphaned native Maryland wildlife.The Sun regrets the error.From the outside, Velvet and Teddy Kitzmiller's one-story rancher blends with the rest of the houses in their Lake Shore neighborhood.Inside the house, sick, injured and orphaned animals are treated through the couple's Noah's Ark Wildlife Center Inc."
BUSINESS
By Jay Hancock and Jay Hancock,jay.hancock@baltsun.com | October 16, 2009
New cars sold to Marylanders hit their highest point in more than a year in September as the federal "cash for clunkers" program lured buyers into the showrooms. The Motor Vehicle Administration registered 26,992 new cars and light trucks in September. That was the most in one month since July 2008, when 29,188 were recorded. Last fall's financial collapse caused a plunge in consumer spending that sent some car manufacturers hurtling toward insolvency and gave dealers their worst year in more than a decade.
BUSINESS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | May 24, 2001
New-car sales declined slightly in Maryland last month, but dealers still posted their second-best April in the past decade, according to figures released yesterday by the state Motor Vehicle Administration. The 0.7 percent decline from a strong April 2000 compares with a 10 percent drop in sales of cars and light trucks in the nation last month. New cars usually represent the second-most-expensive purchase by consumers, behind homes. Economists view the figures as a leading indicator of the state's financial health.
NEWS
December 13, 1994
A Crofton woman was robbed Friday night after a man pointed a gun at her as she unloaded groceries in front of her home in the 1600 block of Airy Hill Court, police said.Margaret Kitzmiller, 33, told police that two men walked up to her about 8 p.m. Friday and that one of them pulled out a black handgun, pointed it at her and spoke, police said. Ms. Kitzmiller screamed, dropped her bags and purse, ran to the nearest apartment and knocked until a resident let her in. She does not remember what the man said, police said.
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