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August 10, 2008
On August 5, 2008, ANNIE LEE MILLER. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, 4300 Wabash Avenue on Monday after 8:30 A.M., where the family will receive friends on Tuesday at 10:30 A.M., at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, 3008 Gwynns Falls Parkway. Funeral services will follow at 11 A.M.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2014
James Rogers Miller Jr., a former state delegate from Montgomery County who spent 15 years as a federal district judge in Baltimore, died of congestive heart failure June 25 at HeartFields Assisted Living at Easton. He was 83. "Judge Miller was an outstanding and brilliant jurist," said U.S. District Judge Ellen L. Hollander, who clerked for Judge Miller in the 1970s. "He tirelessly and skillfully pursued the just resolution of every case. He had an unwavering commitment to the rule of law and an uncompromising integrity.
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NEWS
September 21, 2003
On September 19, 2003, BETTY LEE MILLER (nee Meade); beloved wife of Winston Miller; devoted mother of David and Stephen miller; dear sister of Patricia Bellsinger. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Rd., (Beltway Exit 26A) on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held on Monday at 11 A.M. at Trinity Episcopal Church. Interment Moreland Memorial Park.
NEWS
August 10, 2008
On August 5, 2008, ANNIE LEE MILLER. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, 4300 Wabash Avenue on Monday after 8:30 A.M., where the family will receive friends on Tuesday at 10:30 A.M., at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, 3008 Gwynns Falls Parkway. Funeral services will follow at 11 A.M.
NEWS
November 11, 1998
Florence Beeks, 58, Postal Service police officerFlorence Beeks, a U.S. Postal Service police officer, died Saturday of undetermined causes at Liberty Medical Center. The West Baltimore resident was 58.A native of Lawrence, S.C., the former Florence Mitchell came to Baltimore as a child in 1947. She worked for the Maryland Transportation Authority and, in 1969, became a postal police officer assigned to the downtown post office. In 1989, she married Robert L. Beeks, who died in 1995.Services are set for 11 a.m. today at Whitestone Baptist Church, Baker Street and Bloomingdale Road.
NEWS
By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2014
James Rogers Miller Jr., a former state delegate from Montgomery County who spent 15 years as a federal district judge in Baltimore, died of congestive heart failure June 25 at HeartFields Assisted Living at Easton. He was 83. "Judge Miller was an outstanding and brilliant jurist," said U.S. District Judge Ellen L. Hollander, who clerked for Judge Miller in the 1970s. "He tirelessly and skillfully pursued the just resolution of every case. He had an unwavering commitment to the rule of law and an uncompromising integrity.
FEATURES
By Zap2it.com | May 15, 2007
For the third year in a row, ABC is likely to be the busiest network at this week's upfronts. It is expected to announce the pickup of 10 new series for 2007- 2008 at its upfront this week. The new shows include the Grey's Anatomy spinoff Private Practice, a pair of dramas from Greg Berlanti, and Cavemen, a comedy based on car-insurance ads, the showbiz trade papers report. ABC makes things official today, when it presents its slate for next season to advertisers. Private Practice stars Kate Walsh, whose Grey's Anatomy character, Dr. Addison Montgomery, will be moving to Los Angeles.
NEWS
December 23, 2007
THE ART OF THE AMERICAN SNAPSHOT -- Sarah Greenough Princeton University / 294 pages / $55 The impact of the humble American snapshot has been anything but humble. Any American who takes a snapshot contributes to a compelling and influential genre. Since 1888, when George Eastman introduced the Kodak camera and roll film, the snapshot has not only changed everyday American life and memory; it has also changed the history of fine art photography. The distinctive subject matter and visual vocabulary of the American snapshot - its poses, facial expressions, viewpoints, framing and themes - influenced modernist photographers as they explored spontaneity, objectivity and new topics and perspectives.
NEWS
March 1, 1996
Harold Martin Shade Sr., 76, bridge contractorHarold Martin Shade Sr., a retired contractor and former Ruxton resident, died Feb. 18 of cancer at his son's home in California. He was 76.Mr. Shade was associated for many years with Kline Contractors of Frederick, where he headed the bridge division. His last project before retiring in 1988 was Baltimore's new Pratt Street bridge over the Jones Falls.Since 1990, he had been living in Corpus Christi, Texas.In the Baltimore area, his civic activities included serving as a trustee of Notre Dame Preparatory School and treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of Towson.
NEWS
By George Taylor | September 20, 1992
The life of a golf professional's wife is not always to be envied.L It has its good and its bad times. Jana Zachman should know.Not only is she the wife of Piney Branch head professional Jeff Zachman, but also she is the manager of the club's golf shop."
NEWS
December 23, 2007
THE ART OF THE AMERICAN SNAPSHOT -- Sarah Greenough Princeton University / 294 pages / $55 The impact of the humble American snapshot has been anything but humble. Any American who takes a snapshot contributes to a compelling and influential genre. Since 1888, when George Eastman introduced the Kodak camera and roll film, the snapshot has not only changed everyday American life and memory; it has also changed the history of fine art photography. The distinctive subject matter and visual vocabulary of the American snapshot - its poses, facial expressions, viewpoints, framing and themes - influenced modernist photographers as they explored spontaneity, objectivity and new topics and perspectives.
FEATURES
By Zap2it.com | May 15, 2007
For the third year in a row, ABC is likely to be the busiest network at this week's upfronts. It is expected to announce the pickup of 10 new series for 2007- 2008 at its upfront this week. The new shows include the Grey's Anatomy spinoff Private Practice, a pair of dramas from Greg Berlanti, and Cavemen, a comedy based on car-insurance ads, the showbiz trade papers report. ABC makes things official today, when it presents its slate for next season to advertisers. Private Practice stars Kate Walsh, whose Grey's Anatomy character, Dr. Addison Montgomery, will be moving to Los Angeles.
NEWS
September 21, 2003
On September 19, 2003, BETTY LEE MILLER (nee Meade); beloved wife of Winston Miller; devoted mother of David and Stephen miller; dear sister of Patricia Bellsinger. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Rd., (Beltway Exit 26A) on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held on Monday at 11 A.M. at Trinity Episcopal Church. Interment Moreland Memorial Park.
NEWS
November 11, 1998
Florence Beeks, 58, Postal Service police officerFlorence Beeks, a U.S. Postal Service police officer, died Saturday of undetermined causes at Liberty Medical Center. The West Baltimore resident was 58.A native of Lawrence, S.C., the former Florence Mitchell came to Baltimore as a child in 1947. She worked for the Maryland Transportation Authority and, in 1969, became a postal police officer assigned to the downtown post office. In 1989, she married Robert L. Beeks, who died in 1995.Services are set for 11 a.m. today at Whitestone Baptist Church, Baker Street and Bloomingdale Road.
NEWS
March 1, 1996
Harold Martin Shade Sr., 76, bridge contractorHarold Martin Shade Sr., a retired contractor and former Ruxton resident, died Feb. 18 of cancer at his son's home in California. He was 76.Mr. Shade was associated for many years with Kline Contractors of Frederick, where he headed the bridge division. His last project before retiring in 1988 was Baltimore's new Pratt Street bridge over the Jones Falls.Since 1990, he had been living in Corpus Christi, Texas.In the Baltimore area, his civic activities included serving as a trustee of Notre Dame Preparatory School and treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of Towson.
SPORTS
By Newsday | May 9, 1995
NEW YORK -- You know it must be springtime in New York. Spike Lee is fuming over Reggie Miller's raunchy mouth."On the court, he was yelling at me again," the city's most excitable New York Knicks fan was complaining yesterday, reviewing Sunday's heartbreak of a playoff game. "Saying . . . all kinds of stuff."Lee wasn't denying the Indiana Pacers guard can shoot. After all, the man did single-handedly hijack a certain victory from the Knicks.But the agitated film director wanted to know: When will Miller shut that foul mouth of his?
NEWS
July 3, 1994
George A. SnyderConstruction workerGeorge A. Snyder, a self-employed construction worker, died June 24 of cancer at the Fairview Nursing Home in Lewisberry, Pa. The former Catonsville resident was 55.After attending Catonsville High School, he joined the Army in 1958. He served in Korea as a communications specialist and ended his tour of duty in 1962.He lived in Etters, Pa., and in his leisure time enjoyed bass fishing.He is survived by his son, Steven Snyder of Baltimore; three brothers, James A. Snyder of Strasburg, Pa., Robert L. Snyder of Melbourne, Fla., and Herbert R. Snyder of Baltimore; and a close friend, Pat Frayre.
NEWS
July 3, 1994
George A. SnyderConstruction workerGeorge A. Snyder, a self-employed construction worker, died June 24 of cancer at the Fairview Nursing Home in Lewisberry, Pa. The former Catonsville resident was 55.After attending Catonsville High School, he joined the Army in 1958. He served in Korea as a communications specialist and ended his tour of duty in 1962.He lived in Etters, Pa., and in his leisure time enjoyed bass fishing.He is survived by his son, Steven Snyder of Baltimore; three brothers, James A. Snyder of Strasburg, Pa., Robert L. Snyder of Melbourne, Fla., and Herbert R. Snyder of Baltimore; and a close friend, Pat Frayre.
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