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July 6, 2004
On July 2, 2004 WILLIAM PATRICK O'BRIEN; brother of Jane, Denis, Agnes, Mary Clare and Patsy. Also survivored by many nieces and nephews. Services and interment will be private.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,Sun reporter | March 14, 2007
"I want to show you something." Johnny Holliday is standing in the front hallway of his home in Kensington. His graying hair is parted, as always, perfectly to the left, not a single strand out of place. He grins, flashing his immaculately white upper teeth, and gestures toward the wall. "I am as proud of this stuff as I am anything in the world," he says. His voice, a syrupy blend of Johnny Carson and Bob Barker, goes quiet. Johnny Holliday - John to his friends, Dad to his three adult daughters - has spent a lifetime describing the world as it unfolds in front of him. But in this moment, he is struggling with what he wants to say. It's hard to communicate, emotionally, what's in front of him. It's a painting.
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NEWS
June 10, 2004
THOMAS ADAM GANZE "TOMMY", age 20, of Warrenton, VA, on June 9, 2004; son of Mary Clare Riesner Ganze and Robert Harley Ganze; brother of Natalie Clare Ganze; grandson of Mary S. Riesner and Jeanne Ganze; nephew of William (Sharon) Riesner, John (Patricia) Riesner, Paul (Karen) Riesner, Mark (Debbie) Riesner, Shelley Goedert, Rebecca (Kemp) Long, Joel (Cathy) Ganze. Also survived by 15 cousins. The family will receive friends on Friday from 6 to 9 P.M. at Moser Funeral Home, 233 Broadview Avenue, Warrenton, VA. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Saturday, June 12, 11 A.M. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg, The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2007
"I want to show you something. " Johnny Holliday is standing in the front hallway of his home in Kensington. His graying hair is parted, as always, perfectly to the left, not a single strand out of place. He grins, flashing his immaculately white upper teeth, and gestures toward the wall. "I am as proud of this stuff as I am anything in the world," he says. His voice, a syrupy blend of Johnny Carson and Bob Barker, goes quiet. Johnny Holliday - John to his friends, Dad to his three adult daughters - has spent a lifetime describing the world as it unfolds in front of him. But in this moment, he is struggling with what he wants to say. It's hard to communicate, emotionally, what's in front of him. It's a painting.
NEWS
November 7, 2001
Robert Lee Jackson, 62, pastor, Army employee The Rev. Robert Lee Jackson, a retired Baptist pastor and federal employee, died Oct. 31 of complications from Alzheimer's disease after wandering away from his Northwest Baltimore home. He was 62. Mr. Jackson retired several years ago after 30 years as an employee of the Army at Fort Meade, where he had been a supervisor of linguistics. He had earlier worked for Bethlehem Steel Corp. at Sparrows Point. He was former pastor of Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church on West North Avenue.
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By Dan Rodricks | January 7, 2002
DANDELION wine is some trouble to make, requiring several quarts of the yellow blossoms that become more difficult to find with the passing of each ChemLawn spring, followed by a lot of boiling, simmering, straining and waiting. The actual drinking does not take place until six months after you seal the wine in a cask. It all sounds quaint. But who in this high-speed, instant-oatmeal world has time for such an old-timey thing? We barely have time for nouveau things. We barely have time to watch Emeril cook.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,Sun reporter | March 14, 2007
"I want to show you something." Johnny Holliday is standing in the front hallway of his home in Kensington. His graying hair is parted, as always, perfectly to the left, not a single strand out of place. He grins, flashing his immaculately white upper teeth, and gestures toward the wall. "I am as proud of this stuff as I am anything in the world," he says. His voice, a syrupy blend of Johnny Carson and Bob Barker, goes quiet. Johnny Holliday - John to his friends, Dad to his three adult daughters - has spent a lifetime describing the world as it unfolds in front of him. But in this moment, he is struggling with what he wants to say. It's hard to communicate, emotionally, what's in front of him. It's a painting.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg, The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2007
"I want to show you something. " Johnny Holliday is standing in the front hallway of his home in Kensington. His graying hair is parted, as always, perfectly to the left, not a single strand out of place. He grins, flashing his immaculately white upper teeth, and gestures toward the wall. "I am as proud of this stuff as I am anything in the world," he says. His voice, a syrupy blend of Johnny Carson and Bob Barker, goes quiet. Johnny Holliday - John to his friends, Dad to his three adult daughters - has spent a lifetime describing the world as it unfolds in front of him. But in this moment, he is struggling with what he wants to say. It's hard to communicate, emotionally, what's in front of him. It's a painting.
BUSINESS
February 10, 1992
This is a list of the persons who successfully completed the Maryland Certified Public Accountancy exam, held last November. Of 2,479 persons who sat for the exam, 494, or 20 percent, passed.Abendschoen, Mary ClareAdams, Lynne MarieAdams, Mary AnnAgresta, Elizabeth ClaudiaAiken, Felix RandolphAlabi, Andrew BorteiAlderson, R. WilliamAldridge, Richard Allen IIAli-Khan, Mir MaqboolAloia, Mario CarmeloAlper, Steven JayAming, Wilfred BobbyAmram, LimorAndrew, Trisha LynAsh, David MichaelAsubonten, Rosiland MichellAugustine, Karla MarieBaker, Sherell LeeBansal, DeepakBarnett, Dickson GloverBatac, Melani CapistranoBaylin, Nina LorrainBeardsley, Kimberly S.Beck, Christine HunsickerBeckman, Gregory BrianBehrens, William JosephBeil, Daniel EdwardBellandi, Cheryl ReneBellone, Stephen P.Berger, Steven CharlesBetler, Scott AndrewBiggs, Steven EugeneBitner, Gregory S.Blackman, Kirk RonaldBlasingame, Daphne LynnBleakley, Cheryl AnnBlozan, Carl F.Blum, George William Jr.Blumenthal, James EllisBlurton, James Charles Jr.Bonomo, Thomas D.Book, Tracy ReneeBorowy, Bradley FrancisBorotz, Ellen FlorenceBorzymowski, Francis PaulBouma, Mark AndrewBourgeois, Karen MichelleBowen, Linda AnnBrandt, Carmit InbarBrant, George KeithBraxton, Arkelga L.Bredow, Eugene JamesBrezler, Scott M.Bridgelall, DavidBrna, Scott C.Brock, Michael CraigBrookes, Debra DeniseBrooks, Jacqueline Dee CoganBrundage, Karen LynnBrusko, Alison EatonBull, Kevin RobertBurbridge, Katherine AnneBurgman, David E.Burtner, Brad LewisButziger,...
NEWS
July 21, 2006
On July 18, 2006 MARY FRANCES CLARERICHARDSON (nee Royer) beloved wife of Calvin E. Richardson and the late Francis Clare; loving mother of Michelle L. Clare and Stephen E. Clare and his wife Anushka; dear sister of Patricia Mobley, Nancy Dilodovico and her husband Frank and Fred Royer and his wife Joyce. Ms. Richardson is also survived by eight nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the family owned Slack Funeral Home P.A., 3871 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City on Friday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Funeral services from the above funeral home on Saturday at 10 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
NEWS
July 21, 2006
On July 18, 2006 MARY FRANCES CLARERICHARDSON (nee Royer) beloved wife of Calvin E. Richardson and the late Francis Clare; loving mother of Michelle L. Clare and Stephen E. Clare and his wife Anushka; dear sister of Patricia Mobley, Nancy Dilodovico and her husband Frank and Fred Royer and his wife Joyce. Ms. Richardson is also survived by eight nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the family owned Slack Funeral Home P.A., 3871 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City on Friday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Funeral services from the above funeral home on Saturday at 10 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
NEWS
July 6, 2004
On July 2, 2004 WILLIAM PATRICK O'BRIEN; brother of Jane, Denis, Agnes, Mary Clare and Patsy. Also survivored by many nieces and nephews. Services and interment will be private.
NEWS
June 10, 2004
THOMAS ADAM GANZE "TOMMY", age 20, of Warrenton, VA, on June 9, 2004; son of Mary Clare Riesner Ganze and Robert Harley Ganze; brother of Natalie Clare Ganze; grandson of Mary S. Riesner and Jeanne Ganze; nephew of William (Sharon) Riesner, John (Patricia) Riesner, Paul (Karen) Riesner, Mark (Debbie) Riesner, Shelley Goedert, Rebecca (Kemp) Long, Joel (Cathy) Ganze. Also survived by 15 cousins. The family will receive friends on Friday from 6 to 9 P.M. at Moser Funeral Home, 233 Broadview Avenue, Warrenton, VA. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Saturday, June 12, 11 A.M. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
NEWS
By Dan Rodricks | January 7, 2002
DANDELION wine is some trouble to make, requiring several quarts of the yellow blossoms that become more difficult to find with the passing of each ChemLawn spring, followed by a lot of boiling, simmering, straining and waiting. The actual drinking does not take place until six months after you seal the wine in a cask. It all sounds quaint. But who in this high-speed, instant-oatmeal world has time for such an old-timey thing? We barely have time for nouveau things. We barely have time to watch Emeril cook.
NEWS
November 7, 2001
Robert Lee Jackson, 62, pastor, Army employee The Rev. Robert Lee Jackson, a retired Baptist pastor and federal employee, died Oct. 31 of complications from Alzheimer's disease after wandering away from his Northwest Baltimore home. He was 62. Mr. Jackson retired several years ago after 30 years as an employee of the Army at Fort Meade, where he had been a supervisor of linguistics. He had earlier worked for Bethlehem Steel Corp. at Sparrows Point. He was former pastor of Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church on West North Avenue.
BUSINESS
February 10, 1992
This is a list of the persons who successfully completed the Maryland Certified Public Accountancy exam, held last November. Of 2,479 persons who sat for the exam, 494, or 20 percent, passed.Abendschoen, Mary ClareAdams, Lynne MarieAdams, Mary AnnAgresta, Elizabeth ClaudiaAiken, Felix RandolphAlabi, Andrew BorteiAlderson, R. WilliamAldridge, Richard Allen IIAli-Khan, Mir MaqboolAloia, Mario CarmeloAlper, Steven JayAming, Wilfred BobbyAmram, LimorAndrew, Trisha LynAsh, David MichaelAsubonten, Rosiland MichellAugustine, Karla MarieBaker, Sherell LeeBansal, DeepakBarnett, Dickson GloverBatac, Melani CapistranoBaylin, Nina LorrainBeardsley, Kimberly S.Beck, Christine HunsickerBeckman, Gregory BrianBehrens, William JosephBeil, Daniel EdwardBellandi, Cheryl ReneBellone, Stephen P.Berger, Steven CharlesBetler, Scott AndrewBiggs, Steven EugeneBitner, Gregory S.Blackman, Kirk RonaldBlasingame, Daphne LynnBleakley, Cheryl AnnBlozan, Carl F.Blum, George William Jr.Blumenthal, James EllisBlurton, James Charles Jr.Bonomo, Thomas D.Book, Tracy ReneeBorowy, Bradley FrancisBorotz, Ellen FlorenceBorzymowski, Francis PaulBouma, Mark AndrewBourgeois, Karen MichelleBowen, Linda AnnBrandt, Carmit InbarBrant, George KeithBraxton, Arkelga L.Bredow, Eugene JamesBrezler, Scott M.Bridgelall, DavidBrna, Scott C.Brock, Michael CraigBrookes, Debra DeniseBrooks, Jacqueline Dee CoganBrundage, Karen LynnBrusko, Alison EatonBull, Kevin RobertBurbridge, Katherine AnneBurgman, David E.Burtner, Brad LewisButziger,...
NEWS
December 30, 2005
On December 24, 2005, URBAN PATRICK BOWES beloved husband of Rosalie Marie (nee Gagliano) Bowes, devoted father of Lawrence, Robert and Edward Bowes, devoted grandfather of Timothy, Megan, Michael, Mary Margaret and Danielle. He is also survived by daughters-in-law Mary Clare, Margaret and Sharon. Memorial Mass will be held Friday 11 A. M at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, 8501 Loch Raven Boulevard. Inurnment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc.
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