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March 23, 2006
On March 21, 2006, PRISCILLA M. (nee Curren) MAGILL; beloved wife of the late Paul Magill, devoted mother of David and Paula Magill. Also survived by five grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Prayer services will be held at the family owned LILLY & ZEILER, INC. FUNERAL HOME, 700 S. Conkling Street on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment in Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery. Friends may call on Thurs and Fri from 4 to 8 P.M.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | July 5, 2010
Employers are likely to benefit from a ruling that says they need not grant unvested stock options to workers whose jobs end before they meet all conditions of earning the incentives, legal experts say. The Maryland Court of Appeals reversed a lower-court decision that said Rockville-based Catalyst Health Solutions Inc. had to pay Martin A. Magill, a former vice president of sales, just over $849,000 worth of options that were scheduled to vest...
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NEWS
December 1, 2004
On November 29, 2004, PAUL D. MAGILL, formerly of Delta, PA and retired iron worker of Local #16, beloved father of Paula and David Magill; former husband of Priscilla Magill. Also survived by four grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, loving relatives and friends. Prayer Services will be held at the family owned LILLY AND ZEILER, INC FUNERAL HOME, 700 S. Conkling Street on Friday, at 9:45 A.M. Interment in Crownsville Veterans Cemetery. Friends may call on Wednesday and Thursday, from 4 to 8 P.M. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to the Alzheimer's Association, 1850 York Road, Suite D, Timonium, MD 21093.
NEWS
March 23, 2006
On March 21, 2006, PRISCILLA M. (nee Curren) MAGILL; beloved wife of the late Paul Magill, devoted mother of David and Paula Magill. Also survived by five grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Prayer services will be held at the family owned LILLY & ZEILER, INC. FUNERAL HOME, 700 S. Conkling Street on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment in Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery. Friends may call on Thurs and Fri from 4 to 8 P.M.
NEWS
June 4, 1991
Services for J. Marion Magill, former director of music in the Baltimore public school system, will be held at 3 p.m. today at the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Greenville, S.C.Dr. Magill, 69, died Sunday at his home in Greenville after a long illness.He was in charge of music education in the Baltimore schools in the late 1960s before heading the music department of the Columbia University Teachers College in New York. He retired in 1981.At his retirement, he moved back to Greenville, where he had taught and been the school music director before he came to Baltimore.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | July 5, 2010
Employers are likely to benefit from a ruling that says they need not grant unvested stock options to workers whose jobs end before they meet all conditions of earning the incentives, legal experts say. The Maryland Court of Appeals reversed a lower-court decision that said Rockville-based Catalyst Health Solutions Inc. had to pay Martin A. Magill, a former vice president of sales, just over $849,000 worth of options that were scheduled to vest...
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder News Service | June 7, 1994
MIAMI -- David Marshall, senior mammal keeper at Metrozoo, had moved the 350-pound Bengal tiger hundreds of times before.The ritual involved layers of security -- warning signs, holding cages, guillotine gates, pin locks, safety keys.A keeper never, ever opened that last eight-foot concrete door leading to the tiger viewing area until he had followed all the steps. After all, Lucknow, the 10-year-old full grown tiger, was as ferocious as any animal at the zoo.But for some reason, Mr. Marshall -- a zoo keeper with about 20 years' experience -- did open that door yesterday morning about 7:30, before the zoo opened to the public.
BUSINESS
January 1, 1998
A federal appeals court has rejected a claim by the Securities and Exchange Commission that BT Alex. Brown Inc. should face a $1 million lawsuit by a client that accused it of overcharging for debt securities.The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va., upheld a lower court's decision that dismissed a lawsuit against BT Alex. Brown filed by Banca Cremi SA, a defunct banking company in Mexico City.Banca Cremi alleged that it lost $23 million in investments in risky mortgage-backed securities, known as collateralized mortgage obligations, even though it told BT Alex.
FEATURES
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | July 7, 1996
MIAMI -- Lions and tigers and bears, oh, my! Lions and tigers and -- Komodo dragons, oh, what?Komodo dragons. There they are, the largest, most powerful lizards on earth, frolicking, if you can believe it, right there in the Falcon Batchelor Komodo Dragon Encounter in the Miami Metrozoo.Travelers to this Florida city usually think sun and fun on the beach. But sometimes the beach gets too hot, the body too red and the routine too dull.When that happens, it's time to head for Miami's completely reconstructed zoo, for a peek at its newest residents -- Komodo dragons Jack and Lubier, who were born in the wild in Indonesia.
NEWS
December 11, 1993
Mabel M. KrohTeacher, RealtorMabel M. Kroh, a retired school teacher and real estate executive, died Thursday of cancer at her home in Brooklandville. She was 71 and had lived at the Risteau at Rockland condominium for eight years.She and her son took over the operation of Magill & Associates, a family real estate firm, after the death in 1971 of her first husband, Edmund F. Magill, whom she had married in 1944.Founded as Builders Realty in 1936 by her husband's father, the company changed its name to Magill & Associates in 1964 and in 1981 became Magill Yerman Realtors.
NEWS
December 1, 2004
On November 29, 2004, PAUL D. MAGILL, formerly of Delta, PA and retired iron worker of Local #16, beloved father of Paula and David Magill; former husband of Priscilla Magill. Also survived by four grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, loving relatives and friends. Prayer Services will be held at the family owned LILLY AND ZEILER, INC FUNERAL HOME, 700 S. Conkling Street on Friday, at 9:45 A.M. Interment in Crownsville Veterans Cemetery. Friends may call on Wednesday and Thursday, from 4 to 8 P.M. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to the Alzheimer's Association, 1850 York Road, Suite D, Timonium, MD 21093.
NEWS
By Kathy Curtis and Kathy Curtis,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 14, 1998
"FOR THE Love of Wisdom," a philosophy telecourse taught by Howard Community College philosophy Professor Helen B. Mitchell, will be available nationally this spring.Cable Eight, the Howard Community College station that produced the course, is completing details on a distribution agreement with the Public Broadcasting System Adult Learning Satellite Service.The telecourse, introduced locally last fall, is based on Mitchell's textbook, "Roots of Wisdom," and an accompanying reader, "Roots of World Wisdom."
BUSINESS
January 1, 1998
A federal appeals court has rejected a claim by the Securities and Exchange Commission that BT Alex. Brown Inc. should face a $1 million lawsuit by a client that accused it of overcharging for debt securities.The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va., upheld a lower court's decision that dismissed a lawsuit against BT Alex. Brown filed by Banca Cremi SA, a defunct banking company in Mexico City.Banca Cremi alleged that it lost $23 million in investments in risky mortgage-backed securities, known as collateralized mortgage obligations, even though it told BT Alex.
FEATURES
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | July 7, 1996
MIAMI -- Lions and tigers and bears, oh, my! Lions and tigers and -- Komodo dragons, oh, what?Komodo dragons. There they are, the largest, most powerful lizards on earth, frolicking, if you can believe it, right there in the Falcon Batchelor Komodo Dragon Encounter in the Miami Metrozoo.Travelers to this Florida city usually think sun and fun on the beach. But sometimes the beach gets too hot, the body too red and the routine too dull.When that happens, it's time to head for Miami's completely reconstructed zoo, for a peek at its newest residents -- Komodo dragons Jack and Lubier, who were born in the wild in Indonesia.
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder News Service | June 7, 1994
MIAMI -- David Marshall, senior mammal keeper at Metrozoo, had moved the 350-pound Bengal tiger hundreds of times before.The ritual involved layers of security -- warning signs, holding cages, guillotine gates, pin locks, safety keys.A keeper never, ever opened that last eight-foot concrete door leading to the tiger viewing area until he had followed all the steps. After all, Lucknow, the 10-year-old full grown tiger, was as ferocious as any animal at the zoo.But for some reason, Mr. Marshall -- a zoo keeper with about 20 years' experience -- did open that door yesterday morning about 7:30, before the zoo opened to the public.
NEWS
December 11, 1993
Mabel M. KrohTeacher, RealtorMabel M. Kroh, a retired school teacher and real estate executive, died Thursday of cancer at her home in Brooklandville. She was 71 and had lived at the Risteau at Rockland condominium for eight years.She and her son took over the operation of Magill & Associates, a family real estate firm, after the death in 1971 of her first husband, Edmund F. Magill, whom she had married in 1944.Founded as Builders Realty in 1936 by her husband's father, the company changed its name to Magill & Associates in 1964 and in 1981 became Magill Yerman Realtors.
NEWS
By Kathy Curtis and Kathy Curtis,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 14, 1998
"FOR THE Love of Wisdom," a philosophy telecourse taught by Howard Community College philosophy Professor Helen B. Mitchell, will be available nationally this spring.Cable Eight, the Howard Community College station that produced the course, is completing details on a distribution agreement with the Public Broadcasting System Adult Learning Satellite Service.The telecourse, introduced locally last fall, is based on Mitchell's textbook, "Roots of Wisdom," and an accompanying reader, "Roots of World Wisdom."
NEWS
September 1, 1991
Coach: Joe Russo, 14th year1990 record: 3-7Returnees: Seniors Brian Magill (QB/RB/S), Brian Holmes (LB/G), Chris Thompson (FB/LB), Keith Chance (LB/RB), Bryan Hunt (DT/T), Boo Barnard (TE/LB), Andre Boone (RB/LB), Andre Hopkins (DB/RB), Jesse Pitt (DE/G); juniors Danny Boone (T/DT), Brian Triantatillos (C/LB), Kelvin Stevens (WR/DB).Newcomers to watch: Juniors Lars Unjhem (T/LB), Matt Cyran (CB/RB), Kris Jefferson (WR/CB), Kwame Crawford (DT), Erin Woodward (RB/S), Rudy Cooper (QB).Coach's outlook: "It's the biggest team we've ever had, and these kids are the strongest kids I've ever had. We look like a small college team, but we don't play like one. We're not going to be very explosive.
NEWS
September 1, 1991
Coach: Joe Russo, 14th year1990 record: 3-7Returnees: Seniors Brian Magill (QB/RB/S), Brian Holmes (LB/G), Chris Thompson (FB/LB), Keith Chance (LB/RB), Bryan Hunt (DT/T), Boo Barnard (TE/LB), Andre Boone (RB/LB), Andre Hopkins (DB/RB), Jesse Pitt (DE/G); juniors Danny Boone (T/DT), Brian Triantatillos (C/LB), Kelvin Stevens (WR/DB).Newcomers to watch: Juniors Lars Unjhem (T/LB), Matt Cyran (CB/RB), Kris Jefferson (WR/CB), Kwame Crawford (DT), Erin Woodward (RB/S), Rudy Cooper (QB).Coach's outlook: "It's the biggest team we've ever had, and these kids are the strongest kids I've ever had. We look like a small college team, but we don't play like one. We're not going to be very explosive.
NEWS
June 4, 1991
Services for J. Marion Magill, former director of music in the Baltimore public school system, will be held at 3 p.m. today at the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Greenville, S.C.Dr. Magill, 69, died Sunday at his home in Greenville after a long illness.He was in charge of music education in the Baltimore schools in the late 1960s before heading the music department of the Columbia University Teachers College in New York. He retired in 1981.At his retirement, he moved back to Greenville, where he had taught and been the school music director before he came to Baltimore.
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