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By SYLVIA BADGER | February 23, 1992
...TC Marylanders should watch the Academy Awards Ceremonies with a lot of interest this year. Sure, Baltimore's Barry Levinson is nominated for best director and his film "Bugsy" is nominated for best picture, but there's another talented family that seems to have worked on the sound production for most of the big pictures made last year.That name is Maitland. Now where do I begin? Dennis Sr. grew up in Baltimore and attended Forest Park High school before going to New York to pursue his career as a production sound mixer.
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August 10, 2005
On Monday, August 8, 2005, GARY M. WARNER; the beloved father of Christopher S. Warner and Michelle E. Brennan; longtime companion of Margaret J. "Peg" Redd; brother of Gail Letourneau; former husband of Karen E. Jones. Also survived by three grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at the GEORGE P. KALAS FUNERAL HOME, P.A. 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD on Saturday, August 13 at 11:00 A.M. Interment private. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Mid Florida Chapter-2701 Maitland Ctr. Pkwy.
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August 10, 2005
On Monday, August 8, 2005, GARY M. WARNER; the beloved father of Christopher S. Warner and Michelle E. Brennan; longtime companion of Margaret J. "Peg" Redd; brother of Gail Letourneau; former husband of Karen E. Jones. Also survived by three grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at the GEORGE P. KALAS FUNERAL HOME, P.A. 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD on Saturday, August 13 at 11:00 A.M. Interment private. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Mid Florida Chapter-2701 Maitland Ctr. Pkwy.
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July 29, 2004
On July 12, 2004, G. VERNER SMITH, 73 of Spring Hill, FL. Mr. Smith was born in Chester, PA. He was a graduate of PMC (now Widener University). He came to Spring Hill from Towson, MD, where he worked as a Sales Rep for Carey Machinery & Supply Company. He founded Verco Inc., a material handling installation company and also built several houses. He is survived by his wife, Joan Leet Smith of Spring Hill, a daughter, Stacy S. Faulkner of East Grant Rapids, MI, and two sons, V. Scott Smith of Longwood, FL, and Spencer L. Smith of Radford, VA. He is also survived by seven grandchildren, a brother W. Lehman Smith of Hancock, NH. The family request memorial gifts be sent to Save the Manatee Club, 500 N. Maitland Avenue, Maitland, FL, 32751.
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July 29, 2004
On July 12, 2004, G. VERNER SMITH, 73 of Spring Hill, FL. Mr. Smith was born in Chester, PA. He was a graduate of PMC (now Widener University). He came to Spring Hill from Towson, MD, where he worked as a Sales Rep for Carey Machinery & Supply Company. He founded Verco Inc., a material handling installation company and also built several houses. He is survived by his wife, Joan Leet Smith of Spring Hill, a daughter, Stacy S. Faulkner of East Grant Rapids, MI, and two sons, V. Scott Smith of Longwood, FL, and Spencer L. Smith of Radford, VA. He is also survived by seven grandchildren, a brother W. Lehman Smith of Hancock, NH. The family request memorial gifts be sent to Save the Manatee Club, 500 N. Maitland Avenue, Maitland, FL, 32751.
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By John Coffren and John Coffren,Special to the Sun | August 8, 1999
When the call came in March 1995, Sara Maitland thought it was a prank. The voice on the other end of the line introduced himself as film director Stanley Kubrick, and asked, "Would you like to write a film script for me?""He rang me, no warning," the British author recalls. "I called up my agent and said, 'What do you mean giving up my private phone?' "But the call and offer were both genuine. The next day a contract arrived, beginning Maitland's yearlong adventure as the screenwriter for "A.I."
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By Lan Nguyen and Lan Nguyen,Staff Writer | October 13, 1992
Prostate cancer survivor John Maitland says he wouldn't be alive today had his wife not nagged him about getting a checkup.He didn't think he needed it. Four years earlier, he had undergone an examination for the cancer and passed with flying colors.Nevertheless, Marilyn Maitland continued to insist on checkups."She saved my life," he said, two years after undergoing surgery to remove part of the gland. "She nagged me. Thank God she did."The couple recently spoke at a prostate cancer education seminar at Howard County General Hospital to increase awareness about the disease -- among men, the second most fatal cancer after lung cancer.
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By Marc LeGoff and Marc LeGoff,Staff writer | January 6, 1991
"Does anyone know where I can get a good deal on a biscuit cutter?"This is a typical question directed to John Maitland and Donald Bard, co-founders of the county's first non-profit organization for amateur woodworkers.The Howard County Woodworkers Guild, which meets the first Saturday morning of each month at the Florence Bain Senior Center, boasts amembership that ranges from beginners to master craftsmen and has grown to 55 members from the 15 it had at its outset in May.Bard and Maitland, both Columbia residents and lifelong woodworking enthusiasts, had toyed with the possibility of starting a guild for several years.
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By Dolly Merritt and Dolly Merritt,Contributing Writer | February 10, 1993
It's Wednesday morning and the smells of coffee and sawdust drift through the basement of John Maitland's Columbia home. About 20 men have gathered there for their weekly meeting to discuss, among other things, woodworking.While some observe a piece of lumber being sawed in a workshop, others sit around a large table in another room, where they talk about things like studs that are too short and a reliable method for attaching paneling with glue.Mr. Maitland, a 65-year-old educator who retired from the state Department of Education in 1980, formed the group a year ago as an offshoot of the Howard County Woodworkers Guild, which he co-founded in May 1990.
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By LAURA CHARLES | December 15, 1991
ONE OF OUR most favorite holiday bashes -- the World's Largest Office Party -- will be happening Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore.In a benefit for the Ronald McDonald Charities and the WBAL Kids Campaign, 100 celebrity bartenders will be vying for the most tips at the event. Among them will be Presenting Baltimore's Tucky Ramsey, Alexander and Alexander's Tom Kernan, Attman Properties' Leonard Attman, the White House Inc.'s Rick Sarmiento, the Arena's Edie Brown, Penn Parking's Lisa Renshaw and Baltimore City Fire Chief Pete O'Connor.
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By John Coffren and John Coffren,Special to the Sun | August 8, 1999
When the call came in March 1995, Sara Maitland thought it was a prank. The voice on the other end of the line introduced himself as film director Stanley Kubrick, and asked, "Would you like to write a film script for me?""He rang me, no warning," the British author recalls. "I called up my agent and said, 'What do you mean giving up my private phone?' "But the call and offer were both genuine. The next day a contract arrived, beginning Maitland's yearlong adventure as the screenwriter for "A.I."
NEWS
By Dolly Merritt and Dolly Merritt,Contributing Writer | February 10, 1993
It's Wednesday morning and the smells of coffee and sawdust drift through the basement of John Maitland's Columbia home. About 20 men have gathered there for their weekly meeting to discuss, among other things, woodworking.While some observe a piece of lumber being sawed in a workshop, others sit around a large table in another room, where they talk about things like studs that are too short and a reliable method for attaching paneling with glue.Mr. Maitland, a 65-year-old educator who retired from the state Department of Education in 1980, formed the group a year ago as an offshoot of the Howard County Woodworkers Guild, which he co-founded in May 1990.
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By Lan Nguyen and Lan Nguyen,Staff Writer | October 13, 1992
Prostate cancer survivor John Maitland says he wouldn't be alive today had his wife not nagged him about getting a checkup.He didn't think he needed it. Four years earlier, he had undergone an examination for the cancer and passed with flying colors.Nevertheless, Marilyn Maitland continued to insist on checkups."She saved my life," he said, two years after undergoing surgery to remove part of the gland. "She nagged me. Thank God she did."The couple recently spoke at a prostate cancer education seminar at Howard County General Hospital to increase awareness about the disease -- among men, the second most fatal cancer after lung cancer.
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By SYLVIA BADGER | February 23, 1992
...TC Marylanders should watch the Academy Awards Ceremonies with a lot of interest this year. Sure, Baltimore's Barry Levinson is nominated for best director and his film "Bugsy" is nominated for best picture, but there's another talented family that seems to have worked on the sound production for most of the big pictures made last year.That name is Maitland. Now where do I begin? Dennis Sr. grew up in Baltimore and attended Forest Park High school before going to New York to pursue his career as a production sound mixer.
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By LAURA CHARLES | December 15, 1991
ONE OF OUR most favorite holiday bashes -- the World's Largest Office Party -- will be happening Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore.In a benefit for the Ronald McDonald Charities and the WBAL Kids Campaign, 100 celebrity bartenders will be vying for the most tips at the event. Among them will be Presenting Baltimore's Tucky Ramsey, Alexander and Alexander's Tom Kernan, Attman Properties' Leonard Attman, the White House Inc.'s Rick Sarmiento, the Arena's Edie Brown, Penn Parking's Lisa Renshaw and Baltimore City Fire Chief Pete O'Connor.
NEWS
By Marc LeGoff and Marc LeGoff,Staff writer | January 6, 1991
"Does anyone know where I can get a good deal on a biscuit cutter?"This is a typical question directed to John Maitland and Donald Bard, co-founders of the county's first non-profit organization for amateur woodworkers.The Howard County Woodworkers Guild, which meets the first Saturday morning of each month at the Florence Bain Senior Center, boasts amembership that ranges from beginners to master craftsmen and has grown to 55 members from the 15 it had at its outset in May.Bard and Maitland, both Columbia residents and lifelong woodworking enthusiasts, had toyed with the possibility of starting a guild for several years.
NEWS
January 17, 2010
On January 1, 2010 Mary Maitland Sheckells Mosner A memorial celebration of her life will be held June 21st in Grantsville, MD.
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