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May 22, 2006
May 22 1868: The "Great Train Robbery" took place near Marshfield, Ind., as members of the Reno gang made off with $96,000. 1972: The island nation of Ceylon became the republic of Sri Lanka. 1992: After a reign lasting nearly 30 years, Johnny Carson hosted NBC's Tonight Show for the last time.
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By Jacques Kelly | June 14, 2009
Dr. Francis Thomas Daly, a retired internist, died of a stroke June 4 at his daughter's Marshfield, Wis., home. The Towson resident was 80. Born in County Offaly, Ireland, he earned his medical degree at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland, in 1953. He worked in England for a year before doing an internship in Delaware and completed his residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. While at Hopkins, he met his future wife, the former Geraldine Leonore Austraw, a pharmacist. Dr. Daly established a medical practice in Baltimore and had offices on East Chase Street and in Charles Village.
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BUSINESS
By David Conn and David Conn,Staff Writer | January 15, 1993
Ferris, Baker Watts Inc., a Washington-based brokerage firm, announced yesterday that it has agreed to form a partnership with a Washington investment manager to provide asset management services to clients of both companies.Ferris, which has several divisions in its Baltimore offices, expects to complete the merger of its FBW Investment Management division with Marshfield Associates Inc. by March 1, the company said.The partnership, to be called Marshfield Associates Ltd., would be led by Christopher M. Niemczewski and Samuel A. Mitchell, the principals of Marshfield.
FEATURES
May 22, 2006
May 22 1868: The "Great Train Robbery" took place near Marshfield, Ind., as members of the Reno gang made off with $96,000. 1972: The island nation of Ceylon became the republic of Sri Lanka. 1992: After a reign lasting nearly 30 years, Johnny Carson hosted NBC's Tonight Show for the last time.
NEWS
April 19, 1998
Veronica H. Buczek, 78, motor vehicles officialA Mass of Christian burial was offered Friday at Our Lady of the Chesapeake Roman Catholic Church for Veronica H. Buczek, a former state motor vehicles official who died of a stroke April 11 at a nursing home in Marshfield, Mo. She was 78.The former Pasadena resident retired in 1985 after a 20-year career and moved to Marshfield in 1995.Born and raised in Fells Point, the former Veronica Hebrank was a graduate of St. Michael's Business School.
BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | March 4, 1998
County Seat Stores Inc., a youth apparel chain based in New York, will relocate its national distribution center to Baltimore County, creating about 250 jobs, company officials said yesterday.The retailer has signed a 10-year lease with UPS Properties Co. for a 276,000-square-foot building at Marshfield Business Park, a speculative warehouse and distribution project in Rosedale."It was a combination of the right building being available at the right time," said Brett Forman, County Seat's executive vice president.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly | June 14, 2009
Dr. Francis Thomas Daly, a retired internist, died of a stroke June 4 at his daughter's Marshfield, Wis., home. The Towson resident was 80. Born in County Offaly, Ireland, he earned his medical degree at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland, in 1953. He worked in England for a year before doing an internship in Delaware and completed his residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. While at Hopkins, he met his future wife, the former Geraldine Leonore Austraw, a pharmacist. Dr. Daly established a medical practice in Baltimore and had offices on East Chase Street and in Charles Village.
BUSINESS
By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | July 9, 1999
A California-based retailer is opening a warehouse and distribution center in an Essex industrial park that will bring in up to 100 jobs over the next six months.Restoration Hardware, a specialty home furnishings store, will open its East Coast distribution center in September in the Marshfield Business Park in the 8400 block of Kelso Drive.The company, based in Corte Madera, signed a seven-year lease with UPS Properties for 276,000 square feet of warehouse space in a building vacated by County Seat, an apparel maker that has filed for bankruptcy protection.
NEWS
July 30, 2003
INGER O. CHAPPELL, 65, passed away Tuesday morning at her home in Windsor, VT. She was born January 7, 1938, in Brooklyn, NY, the daughter of Thorstein and Karen (Ovestad) Larsen. She grew up in Baltimore, MD, where she graduated from Roland Park Country School in 1955. She graduated from Pembroke College of Brown University in Providence, RI in 1959. She married George S. Chappell in Portsmouth, NH on May 5, 1965. Mrs. Chappell was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She had a lifelong interest on Gotts Island, Bass Harbor, ME, where she had spent the summer months since 1940.
NEWS
By Liz Atwood and Kevin L. McQuaid and Liz Atwood and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1996
The move to revive southeast Baltimore County received a big boost yesterday as United Parcel Service announced plans for an 83-acre warehouse and distribution center that could bring as many as 1,500 jobs to the area.The center in Rosedale could have up to 1.5 million square feet of warehouse and distribution space and cost $30 million, Kent C. Nelson, chairman and chief executive officer of UPS, told a business group in Baltimore. The Marshfield project will begin with a spring groundbreaking for a 250,000-square-foot speculative warehouse that should be ready for tenants by September.
NEWS
July 30, 2003
INGER O. CHAPPELL, 65, passed away Tuesday morning at her home in Windsor, VT. She was born January 7, 1938, in Brooklyn, NY, the daughter of Thorstein and Karen (Ovestad) Larsen. She grew up in Baltimore, MD, where she graduated from Roland Park Country School in 1955. She graduated from Pembroke College of Brown University in Providence, RI in 1959. She married George S. Chappell in Portsmouth, NH on May 5, 1965. Mrs. Chappell was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She had a lifelong interest on Gotts Island, Bass Harbor, ME, where she had spent the summer months since 1940.
BUSINESS
By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | July 9, 1999
A California-based retailer is opening a warehouse and distribution center in an Essex industrial park that will bring in up to 100 jobs over the next six months.Restoration Hardware, a specialty home furnishings store, will open its East Coast distribution center in September in the Marshfield Business Park in the 8400 block of Kelso Drive.The company, based in Corte Madera, signed a seven-year lease with UPS Properties for 276,000 square feet of warehouse space in a building vacated by County Seat, an apparel maker that has filed for bankruptcy protection.
NEWS
April 19, 1998
Veronica H. Buczek, 78, motor vehicles officialA Mass of Christian burial was offered Friday at Our Lady of the Chesapeake Roman Catholic Church for Veronica H. Buczek, a former state motor vehicles official who died of a stroke April 11 at a nursing home in Marshfield, Mo. She was 78.The former Pasadena resident retired in 1985 after a 20-year career and moved to Marshfield in 1995.Born and raised in Fells Point, the former Veronica Hebrank was a graduate of St. Michael's Business School.
BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | March 4, 1998
County Seat Stores Inc., a youth apparel chain based in New York, will relocate its national distribution center to Baltimore County, creating about 250 jobs, company officials said yesterday.The retailer has signed a 10-year lease with UPS Properties Co. for a 276,000-square-foot building at Marshfield Business Park, a speculative warehouse and distribution project in Rosedale."It was a combination of the right building being available at the right time," said Brett Forman, County Seat's executive vice president.
NEWS
By Liz Atwood and Kevin L. McQuaid and Liz Atwood and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1996
The move to revive southeast Baltimore County received a big boost yesterday as United Parcel Service announced plans for an 83-acre warehouse and distribution center that could bring as many as 1,500 jobs to the area.The center in Rosedale could have up to 1.5 million square feet of warehouse and distribution space and cost $30 million, Kent C. Nelson, chairman and chief executive officer of UPS, told a business group in Baltimore. The Marshfield project will begin with a spring groundbreaking for a 250,000-square-foot speculative warehouse that should be ready for tenants by September.
BUSINESS
By David Conn and David Conn,Staff Writer | January 15, 1993
Ferris, Baker Watts Inc., a Washington-based brokerage firm, announced yesterday that it has agreed to form a partnership with a Washington investment manager to provide asset management services to clients of both companies.Ferris, which has several divisions in its Baltimore offices, expects to complete the merger of its FBW Investment Management division with Marshfield Associates Inc. by March 1, the company said.The partnership, to be called Marshfield Associates Ltd., would be led by Christopher M. Niemczewski and Samuel A. Mitchell, the principals of Marshfield.
NEWS
January 7, 1999
Michel Petrucciani, 36, a French jazz pianist, died yesterday in a New York hospital. Mr. Petrucciani, who suffered from osteogenesis, a disease that restricted his height to just 3 feet, died at the Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan.R. Brendan Hanlon, 62, an actor and accountant who appeared in several films and wrote a tax guide for those in show business, died Saturday of cardiac arrest in Marshfield, Mass. He had small roles in the films "Dirty Laundry," "Good Will Hunting," "A Civil Action," "Meet Joe Black" and "The Spanish Prisoner."
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