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By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2010
Baltimore's Fraternity Federal Savings and Loan Association announced Thursday that it will covert itself from a mutual to a stock entity. The association's board unanimously approved the plan to sell shares of stock in the conversion offering. Fraternity Federal had total assets of $168 million as of June 30. hanah.cho@baltsun.com
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2013
Robert L. Stocksdale, a real estate attorney who served several state commissions and committees on issues of mortgage financing, died from a brain hemorrhage July 7 at Sinai Hospital. The Mays Chapel resident was 85. Born in Baltimore, he lived on Roland Avenue and Keswick Road in Hampden as a child. The son of a father who was an attorney and a homemaker mother, he spent summers on the Chesapeake Bay on the family's Calvert County tobacco farm. He was a 1946 graduate of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute.
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May 27, 1992
Malcolm Abraham Neifeld, a co-founder of a wholesale kitchen cabinet and appliance business, died Sunday at St. Joseph Hospital of adult respiratory distress syndrome. He was 79 and lived in Parkville.Services for Mr. Neifeld were being held todayat Christus Victor Lutheran Church, 9833 Harford Road, Cub Hill.A graduate of Towson High School, the Parkville native married the former Violet M. Schwandtner in 1933.For more than 30 years, he was vice president and general manager of the Harry C. Weiskittel Co., manufacturer of Real Host gas ranges.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2013
James Gabriel Thompson, a retired savings and loan association president, died of cerebral vascular disease Jan. 29 at Oak Crest Village. The former Guilford resident was 84. Born in Baltimore and raised in Gwynn Oak, he was the son of Stephen Thompson, a Baltimore & Ohio Railroad chief clerk, and the former Sue Jones, a homemaker. He was a 1945 Loyola High School graduate. After serving in the Coast Guard in Washington, he earned a degree in business at what is now Loyola University Maryland.
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May 27, 1992
Services for Malcolm Abraham Neifeld, a co-founder of a wholesale kitchen cabinet and appliance business, will be held at 10:30 a.m. todayat Christus Victor Lutheran Church, 9833 Harford Road, Cub Hill.Mr. Neifeld, who lived in Parkville, died Sunday at St. Joseph Hospital of adult respiratory distress syndrome. He was 79 years old.A graduate of Towson High School, the Parkville native married the former Violet M. Schwandtner in 1933.For more than 30 years, he was vice president and general manager of the Harry C. Weiskittel Co., manufacturer of Real Host gas ranges.
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February 17, 2008
Jarrettsville bank beginnings go way back On Feb. 22, 1870, the Jarrettsville Building Association met to offer at an auction its first loan of $400. The association was organized in 1869 to promote financial stability after the Civil War. The early directors sought to encourage home ownership and increase saving. The association constructed its own building in 1952 and later changed its name to Jarrettsville Federal Savings and Loan Association. Source: Jarrettsville Past and Present Compiled by the staff of the Harford County Public Library
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May 6, 1991
Odenton Federal Savings and Loan Association is converting from a mutual association run by depositors to a holding company run by shareholders, said bank president Judy Smiechowski.The move will enablethe bank to "increase our capital position to make us strong, give us extra money to put out in home mortgages and . . . serve the community," Smiechowski said.Harbor Investment Corp., which Odenton Federal has incorporated to serve as the holding company, has applied with the Office of ThriftSupervision to make the transition.
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July 16, 1991
Edgar J. DeMoss, 80, a retired executive vice president of the Municipal Savings and Loan Association, died Sunday at St. Joseph Hospital of complications to surgery.A mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in Towson.Mr. DeMoss, who lived on Swarthmore Drive in Towson, retired in 1978 after being associated with the savings and loan association in Towson since 1965.In 1958, he began serving in a series of Baltimore County posts.
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April 23, 2005
Jane G. Fitzgerald, 79, savings and loan controller Jane G. Fitzgerald, a retired controller of a Southwest Baltimore savings and loan association, died of cancer Tuesday at the Hospice House of Ellenton in Palmetto, Fla. The former Violetville resident was 79. Born Jane Gray in Cleveland, she was raised in West Virginia and North Carolina, and moved to Violetville's Rockhill Avenue about 1950. She earned an associate of arts degree from what was then Catonsville Community College. She worked for more than three decades at local banks and retired from Leeds Federal Savings and Loan Association as its controller.
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By Robert M. Pennington from the archives of the Ann Arundell County Historical Society | February 4, 1996
100 years agoIn answering the proposal that the Naval Academy be removed from Annapolis for reasons of health, Captain P. H. Cooper, superintendent, and Medical Director Walton both say the location is healthy and there is no cause for alarm from a sanitary standpoint. -- The Sun, Feb. 6, 1896.The quarterly meeting of the Anne Arundel Teachers' Association in Annapolis yesterday attracted great attention with the presence of Governor Lowndes, who delivered a few remarks including an endorsement for the free school-book bill.
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By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2010
Baltimore's Fraternity Federal Savings and Loan Association announced Thursday that it will covert itself from a mutual to a stock entity. The association's board unanimously approved the plan to sell shares of stock in the conversion offering. Fraternity Federal had total assets of $168 million as of June 30. hanah.cho@baltsun.com
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2010
William I. Weinstein, a retired attorney and former Baltimore County magistrate, died of multiple myeloma July 26 at Sinai Hospital. He was 82 and lived in Northwest Baltimore. He was born in Baltimore, raised on Ridgewood Avenue and was a 1945 City College graduate. He met his future wife, Loraine Goldsmith, in 1945, when he was 17 years old and she was 15. "It was at my 15th birthday party," his wife said. "My best friend, Dolly, brought him, and my mother said, 'That's the kind of guy I'd like you to marry.'" The couple had a few dates and went downtown for New Year's Eve in 1947.
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February 17, 2008
Jarrettsville bank beginnings go way back On Feb. 22, 1870, the Jarrettsville Building Association met to offer at an auction its first loan of $400. The association was organized in 1869 to promote financial stability after the Civil War. The early directors sought to encourage home ownership and increase saving. The association constructed its own building in 1952 and later changed its name to Jarrettsville Federal Savings and Loan Association. Source: Jarrettsville Past and Present Compiled by the staff of the Harford County Public Library
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April 23, 2005
Jane G. Fitzgerald, 79, savings and loan controller Jane G. Fitzgerald, a retired controller of a Southwest Baltimore savings and loan association, died of cancer Tuesday at the Hospice House of Ellenton in Palmetto, Fla. The former Violetville resident was 79. Born Jane Gray in Cleveland, she was raised in West Virginia and North Carolina, and moved to Violetville's Rockhill Avenue about 1950. She earned an associate of arts degree from what was then Catonsville Community College. She worked for more than three decades at local banks and retired from Leeds Federal Savings and Loan Association as its controller.
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March 28, 2003
Dorothy A. Bendermeyer, a Baltimore resident for nearly all of her life and a retired savings and loan officer, died Monday of complications from dementia at a hospice in Buffalo, N.Y. She was 88. Born and raised in the city, Dorothy Rehbein was a 1931 graduate of Western High School. She worked for Monumental Life Insurance Co., and later at Traders Savings and Loan Association, where she retired in the early 1960s as an assistant secretary and treasurer. She was married for 27 years to John F. Bendermeyer, a city police sergeant who died in 1968.
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November 12, 1999
Patrick J. Coughlin Jr., 76, attorney, bank presidentPatrick Joseph Coughlin Jr., a Baltimore attorney and chairman of Liberty Federal Savings and Loan Association, died Tuesday of emphysema at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore. The Homeland resident was 76.Mr. Coughlin was president of the savings and loan association from 1980 until retiring from that position in 1997. At the time of his death, he was serving as the bank's chairman of the board.He had been president of Hearthstone Savings and Loan Association on York Road from 1965 until 1974, when it merged with Baltimore Federal Savings and Loan.
BUSINESS
October 4, 1990
Maryland Federal BancorpThis Hyattsville holding company, the owner of Maryland Federal Savings and Loan Association, said yesterday that its earnings increased nearly 65 percent, to $910,000, or 30 cents a share, for the three months that ended Aug. 31. That compared with income of $552,000, or 18 cents a share, for the same period last year.Maryland Federal credited a relatively stable demand for residential mortgage loans and a moderation in the cost of its funds for the strong growth.
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By New York Times News Service | September 29, 1990
WASHINGTON -- The special counsel to the Senate Select Committee on Ethics has recommended that the panel clear two of five senators under investigation for their links to the savings and loan debacle, congressional officials said yesterday.In a confidential report submitted to the committee on Sept. 10, the special counsel, Robert S. Bennett, concluded there was not adequate evidence to merit a full-scale investigation of Sen. John Glenn, D-Ohio, and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., several officials said.
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By Robert M. Pennington from the archives of the Ann Arundell County Historical Society | February 4, 1996
100 years agoIn answering the proposal that the Naval Academy be removed from Annapolis for reasons of health, Captain P. H. Cooper, superintendent, and Medical Director Walton both say the location is healthy and there is no cause for alarm from a sanitary standpoint. -- The Sun, Feb. 6, 1896.The quarterly meeting of the Anne Arundel Teachers' Association in Annapolis yesterday attracted great attention with the presence of Governor Lowndes, who delivered a few remarks including an endorsement for the free school-book bill.
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By Lyle Denniston and Lyle Denniston,Washington Bureau of The Sun | March 15, 1994
WASHINGTON -- The fracturing of the close circle around President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton continued yesterday, ending the short government career of their longtime friend and personal counselor, Webster L. Hubbell.Mr. Hubbell, who is quitting as the No. 3 official at the Justice Department after 14 months overall in the administration, insisted in a three-page statement that his resignation had "nothing to do with Whitewater" but instead was due to a billing dispute with his former law firm in Arkansas.
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