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August 22, 2000
Richard Croswell, 72, MBNA vice president Richard O. Croswell, a retired MBNA senior executive vice president and avid softball player, died Saturday of cancer at his Churchville home. He was 72. Mr. Croswell began his 40-year career in financial services in 1950 with Commercial Credit Corp. in Salisbury. After spending two years in the Marine Corps as a flight instructor at Quantico, Va., he returned to Commercial Credit as a credit manager. In 1961, he joined County Trust Co., which later became part of Maryland National Bank.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 13, 2013
Margaret W. "Mardie" Robinson, a homemaker and volunteer, died Thursday from respiratory failure at Roland Park Place. She was 101. The daughter of a lumber company executive and a homemaker, Margaret Wilson Wood was born on Forest Road, now Keswick Road, in Roland Park, and was later raised on Woodlawn Road. Mrs. Robinson was the sister of H. Graham Wood, the noted Chesapeake Bay steamboat historian and author, who died in 1998. After graduating from Roland Park Country School in 1931, she worked as an administrator in a dental office and later for Anne Weems Williams, a Roland Park interior decorator.
NEWS
August 12, 1994
Fans holding tickets to Oriole games canceled by the strike can mail them or take them to one of a number of banks for a refund.The team said today that fans can mail their tickets after Sept. 1 for any canceled August game to Baltimore Orioles, P.O. Box 29937, Baltimore, MD 21230-0937. The tickets should be sent by certified mail, and include the fan's name, address and telephone number.Fans can also refund August game tickets after Sept. 1 at all NationsBank, Maryland National Bank and American Security Bank branch offices in Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington.
NEWS
By Staff Report | January 5, 1993
A man was arrested by the FBI yesterday in connection with the Dec. 10 robbery of a Baltimore branch of Maryland National Bank, where a man told a teller he would "blow her brains out" if she didn't give him money.Albert Leroy Burley, 28, who had been in hiding since the robbery, was arrested about 2:45 p.m. at the corner of 24th and Barclay streets, the FBI said.A citizen called the FBI with Mr. Burley's whereabouts after seeing his picture on a local television broadcast over the weekend, authorities said.
NEWS
August 7, 1992
A Baltimore man has been arrested and charged with a July 28 bank robbery and a July 15 bank robbery attempt, the FBI reports.Christopher Antonio Gibson, 32, of the 2900 block of Presbury St., was arrested at 9 a.m. yesterday at his home.OC He is charged with the July 28 robbery of the Maryland NationalBank branch in the 3200 block of U.S. 1, in which a man claiming to have a gun took an undisclosed amount of cash.He also is charged with attempted robbery of the Bank of Baltimore's main office, at 1 E. Baltimore St., in which a man claiming to be armed left without any money after a teller set off an alarm.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 18, 1996
A Prince George's County developer was indicted yesterday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore charged in the defrauding of the former Maryland National Bank and the Resolution Trust Corp. of several million dollars, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.Dennis A. Laskin, 52, of Bethesda was charged with two counts of felony fraud in the concealing a $10 million family trust from the bank and the RTC when they were trying to collect on defaulted loans. Mr. Laskin received the loans as a partner in Colton and Laskin Inc., a Prince George's company.
BUSINESS
By Blair S. Walker | April 9, 1991
PharmaKinetics Laboratories Inc. has asked for more time to file a reorganization plan in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.The generic drug-testing firm filed for Chapter 11 of the Federal Bankruptcy Act in November. The move was precipitated by Maryland National Bank, which called loans totaling more than $6 million. The original deadline for submitting a restructuring proposal passed late last month.Joel I. Sher, the attorney representing Baltimore-based PharmaKinetics, said his client's "reorganization is proceeding pretty smoothly."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2014
Christine W. "Chris" Hanley, who had worked in sales and marketing, died Friday of ovarian cancer at her New York City apartment. The Towson resident was 59. The daughter of William B. Wright, an AIG Insurance Co. and later Chubb Insurance Co. executive, and Polly B. Wright, a homemaker, Christine Marie Wright was born in Havana, and because of her father's work, spent her early years living in Cuba, Korea, Japan and Hong Kong. In 1964, she moved with her family to Rutland, Vt., where she graduated from Rutland High School in 1972.
NEWS
January 5, 1991
A downtown branch of the Maryland National Bank was robbed yesterday, just after it opened for the day, by a well-dressed man who escaped with more than $2,000, according to police.The man, who appeared to be in his mid-20s, entered the crowded bank in the first block of West Baltimore Street about 9:15 a.m. and handed a teller a note demanding money, said Sgt. Joseph Jennings of the Baltimore police robbery unit.The note warned the teller not to sound the alarm or include any exploding dye packs with the money.
NEWS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Evening Sun Staff | December 18, 1990
MNC Financial Inc. today announced that it has renegotiated a crucial line of credit with a syndicate of banks headed by Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York.Under the new terms, the Baltimore bank holding company must repay $375 million on that line of credit on Jan. 14, an MNC spokesman said.MNC, the parent company of Maryland National Bank, repaid the bank syndicate $175 million on its debt today.To come up with the cash, MNC said, it closed the sale of its Leasing Division to General Electric Capital Corp.
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