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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | May 21, 1998
An Ellicott City nursing home operator will go ahead with plans to build nursing homes and assisted-living apartments in Taneytown and Mount Airy, despite a competitor's pending lawsuit.It could be nine months before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals hears the case involving Lorien Home Health Care Inc., which plans to build a 63-bed nursing home in Taneytown and a 62-bed home in Mount Airy.Attorney James Forsyth said Lorien plans to break ground on the Mount Airy facility this summer.
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March 22, 2008
LESLIE TAYLOR formerly of Elkridge, MD., passed away March 15, 2008 A Gathering to be held at Lorien Health Center, 6334 Cedar La., Columbia, MD 21044 on March 25, 2008 at 6:30 P.M.
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By Dolly Merritt | April 23, 1995
Toting his Bible and guitar, Charles Palmer has arrived at the Lorien Nursing and Convalescent Home almost every Thursday morning for the past 17 years.Plucking out tunes of old familiar hymns such as "Amazing Grace" and "The Old Rugged Cross," the 69-year-old Ellicott City resident leads a low-keyed gospel hour that includes sing-alongs, Scripture readings, speakers and testimonies that can draw as many as 60 nursing home residents."They are family to me. We help each other," said Mr. Palmer, a member of Arlington Baptist Church in Baltimore.
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October 27, 2006
On Monday, October 23, 2006 at Lorien Nursing and Rehab Center; beloved father of Denise Cook-Turner and the late Wallace M. Cook, Jr. A celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, October 28, 2006 at 11 a.m at Mt. Gregory United Methodist Church, 2325 Washington Road (Route 97), Cookesville, MD. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society Arrangements byM-BM- Snowden Funeral Home
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | March 13, 1998
A Howard County nursing home operator hopes to start design work next month on the first phase of a 199-unit assisted-living apartment complex in Taneytown. But a lawsuit is delaying development of a planned adjoining nursing home.In the suit, Pleasant View Nursing Home of Mount Airy charges that a state regulatory agency improperly allowed Lorien Home Health Care Inc. of Ellicott City to divide its allocation of 125 beds for a Taneytown nursing home with a Mount Airy site. The Maryland Health Resources Planning Commission authorized Lorien in July 1997 to split the allocation between a 63-bed nursing home in Taneytown and a 62-bed home in Mount Airy.
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March 22, 2008
LESLIE TAYLOR formerly of Elkridge, MD., passed away March 15, 2008 A Gathering to be held at Lorien Health Center, 6334 Cedar La., Columbia, MD 21044 on March 25, 2008 at 6:30 P.M.
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | May 21, 1998
An Ellicott City nursing home operator will go ahead with plans to build nursing homes and assisted-living apartments in Carroll County, despite a competitor's pending lawsuit.It could be nine months before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals hears the case involving Lorien Home Health Care Inc., which plans to build a 63-bed nursing home in Taneytown and a 62-bed home in Mount Airy.Attorney James Forsyth said Lorien plans to break ground on the Mount Airy facility this summer."It makes it a very risky proposition, but we're committed to Taneytown and Mount Airy, and we're going forward," Forsyth said.
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February 9, 2003
Ring Factory Elementary School in Bel Air has adopted Lorien Assisted Living as its community outreach partner for character education. On the second Thursday of each month, the school's Character Counts Committee will sponsor an activity at the Lorien facility from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Student and parent participation is voluntary, allowing families an opportunity to put into action the six pillars of character of the Character Counts program: responsibility,...
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April 23, 1995
On Thursday mornings, a familiar figure shows up at the Lorien Nursing and Convalescent Home in Columbia's Hickory Ridge village.Charles Palmer has been making the trip from his Ellicott City home for 17 years to bring gospel music to the home's residents."
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF Sun researcher Jean Packard contributed to this article | September 20, 1998
An Ellicott City company is delaying construction of nursing homes in two Carroll County communities, pending a lawsuit, but is moving forward with its plans for assisted-living apartments in Mount Airy.Lorien Home Health Care Inc. and its construction partner, Commercial Contractors of Towson, are deferring plans for nursing homes in Mount Airy and Taneytown until a lawsuit filed by Pleasant View Nursing Home Inc. of Mount Airy is settled, the firm's attorney said.The Maryland Court of Special Appeals is scheduled to hear arguments in November on Lorien's decision to divide its 125-bed nursing home allocation, originally approved for Taneytown, into two nursing homes -- a 63-bed home in `f Taneytown and a 62-bed home in Mount Airy.
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February 7, 2005
On February 4, 2005, LORIENE(nee Blevins) CASTRILLI; beloved wife of the late Fred J. Castrilli; loving mother of Mary Ann Marshall and her husband Robert; sister of Jim and Rochelle Blevins of Lexington, KY, Bill and Sue Blevins of Elida, OH, Jack and Juanita Blevins of Logan, WV, Ed and Gail Blevins of Tucson, Az, Irene Light of Blair, WV, Pat Blevins of Huntington, WV, Donna Tenney of Smicksburg, PA and the late Earl and Buster Blevins; grandmother of...
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February 9, 2003
Ring Factory Elementary School in Bel Air has adopted Lorien Assisted Living as its community outreach partner for character education. On the second Thursday of each month, the school's Character Counts Committee will sponsor an activity at the Lorien facility from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Student and parent participation is voluntary, allowing families an opportunity to put into action the six pillars of character of the Character Counts program: responsibility,...
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By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1999
Amy Jennifer Scherr Stolz, a social worker, died of a brain aneurysm Sunday in the emergency room at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, two weeks and two days after returning from her honeymoon in Europe. She was 31.A Baltimore native, Ms. Stolz was director of social work services at Lorien Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Columbia.She was married Nov. 13 to Brian David Stolz at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. The couple returned the day after Thanksgiving to their Rockville home from a tour of Paris, London, Venice and Florence.
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By Walter F. Roche Jr. and Walter F. Roche Jr.,SUN STAFF | November 20, 1999
Noting continuing deficiencies, some posing a threat to patients' health, state and federal officials have moved to cut off a Baltimore nursing home from the Medicare and Medicaid programs.Carol Benner, a state health department administrator, said yesterday that the termination would become effective Dec. 4 for the 238-bed Lorien Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at 5009 Frankford Ave.On that date, state and federal funding for any new patients will end. The funding will terminate for current patients on Jan. 3, Benner said.
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF Sun researcher Jean Packard contributed to this article | September 20, 1998
An Ellicott City company is delaying construction of nursing homes in two Carroll County communities, pending a lawsuit, but is moving forward with its plans for assisted-living apartments in Mount Airy.Lorien Home Health Care Inc. and its construction partner, Commercial Contractors of Towson, are deferring plans for nursing homes in Mount Airy and Taneytown until a lawsuit filed by Pleasant View Nursing Home Inc. of Mount Airy is settled, the firm's attorney said.The Maryland Court of Special Appeals is scheduled to hear arguments in November on Lorien's decision to divide its 125-bed nursing home allocation, originally approved for Taneytown, into two nursing homes -- a 63-bed home in `f Taneytown and a 62-bed home in Mount Airy.
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | May 21, 1998
An Ellicott City nursing home operator will go ahead with plans to build nursing homes and assisted-living apartments in Carroll County, despite a competitor's pending lawsuit.It could be nine months before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals hears the case involving Lorien Home Health Care Inc., which plans to build a 63-bed nursing home in Taneytown and a 62-bed home in Mount Airy.Attorney James Forsyth said Lorien plans to break ground on the Mount Airy facility this summer."It makes it a very risky proposition, but we're committed to Taneytown and Mount Airy, and we're going forward," Forsyth said.
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October 27, 2006
On Monday, October 23, 2006 at Lorien Nursing and Rehab Center; beloved father of Denise Cook-Turner and the late Wallace M. Cook, Jr. A celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, October 28, 2006 at 11 a.m at Mt. Gregory United Methodist Church, 2325 Washington Road (Route 97), Cookesville, MD. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society Arrangements byM-BM- Snowden Funeral Home
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | May 21, 1998
An Ellicott City nursing home operator will go ahead with plans to build nursing homes and assisted-living apartments in Taneytown and Mount Airy, despite a competitor's pending lawsuit.It could be nine months before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals hears the case involving Lorien Home Health Care Inc., which plans to build a 63-bed nursing home in Taneytown and a 62-bed home in Mount Airy.Attorney James Forsyth said Lorien plans to break ground on the Mount Airy facility this summer.
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | March 13, 1998
A Howard County nursing home operator hopes to start design work next month on the first phase of a 199-unit assisted-living apartment complex in Taneytown. But a lawsuit is delaying development of a planned adjoining nursing home.In the suit, Pleasant View Nursing Home of Mount Airy charges that a state regulatory agency improperly allowed Lorien Home Health Care Inc. of Ellicott City to divide its allocation of 125 beds for a Taneytown nursing home with a Mount Airy site. The Maryland Health Resources Planning Commission authorized Lorien in July 1997 to split the allocation between a 63-bed nursing home in Taneytown and a 62-bed home in Mount Airy.
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