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November 8, 2004
On November 5, 2004, NANCY FORD, beloved wife of the late Bob Ford, loving and cherished mother of Bill Ford and his wife Terry and Brian Ford and his wife Sharon, loving "Mom-Mom" of Robin, Kristy, Robert and Billy, great "Mom-Mom" of Jasmine and Andrew, dear sister of Annabelle and Bobby. Also survived by many loving family members and friends. Relatives and friends may call at the family owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1328 Sulphur Spring Rd., Arbutus, on Monday from 7 to 9 P.M., where a funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 12 P.M. Interment to immediately follow services in the Cedar Hill Cemetery.
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NEWS
November 1, 2009
Suddenly on October 22, 2009 CATRICIA E. BAINES (nee Kram) age 78 died in Jacksonville, Fl. Survived by her children Darlene Barnett, Valerie Baines, Sharon Louderback, Shelton Baines and Diana Baines. A beloved mom-mom of 12 grandchildren. In lieu of flowers donations can be sent to St. Judes Childrens Hospital in her honor.
NEWS
November 10, 2006
Suddenly on November 7, 2006, ELAINE E. PARKS (nee Seebach), loving mother of Dana Herron, Tera Fleishell, Ed Montano, and Joey Montano, cherished "Mom-Mom" of Ray, Mike, Alycia, Justin, Emily, Eddie, Damion and Channah, Great "Mom-Mom" of Preston, dear sister of Bill Seebach. A Memorial service will be held at the family owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME OF LANSDOWNE, 2719 Hammonds Ferry Road on Saturday at 1 P.M.M-BM- In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 8219 Town Center Drive, Baltimore, MD, 21236 or the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Maryland Chapter, 10946 Beaver Dam Road, Suite E, Hunt Valley MD, 21030.
NEWS
By Andrew A. Green | December 25, 2009
W hen my sister, Betsy, and I were in the first and second grade, our mother took up skiing. This was an odd pastime for someone in Illinois to adopt, but she was quite passionate for a time about her newfound pursuit. And as fate would have it, our aunt, uncle and cousins were living in Salt Lake City, and mom decided we should visit them for Christmas so that she could teach us how to ski, too. There was just one minor hurdle: How to get the Christmas presents to Aunt Carolyn's house without two inquisitive young kids catching on?
NEWS
April 5, 2011
Thank you for Jean Marbella 's article on the Freemasons ("Masons open their doors at least a crack," April 2). My dad, Justinus Gould, who would be 110 this summer if still among us, was a devout Mason and a member of Cassia Lodge. He was a deeply religious Reform Jew, being a life-long member of Har Sinai Congregation. My dad disliked any references to superstition and those types of matters. One of his greatest joys in life after mom and me and my family and equal to his work as a Capitol Hill attorney (he commuted)
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn and Jennifer Lehman and Maria Blackburn and Jennifer Lehman,Special to the Sun | May 2, 2004
Mom is such an angel. She wiped your nose when you sneezed, fed you chicken soup when you were sick and held your hand when you crossed the street. (And that was just last week). Dedication like that calls for love. And perhaps a small token of your appreciation. Here are some last-minute ideas for Mother's Day that she will love. Take a bow, Mom A mom who never likes to buy new clothes for herself needs a little something to freshen up her spring / summer wardrobe. Minnie Mouse had the right idea.
NEWS
May 2, 2007
Asenior midfielder for the Friends lacrosse team that went into last weekend undefeated in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference, Brooke Matthews will play next year for current No. 1 Northwestern. She has a 92 academic average, but has not decided on a major. Also a soccer player at Friends, she works in the school senate and as a peer educator for fifth-graders. Her parents, Dia and Mickey Matthews, played college lacrosse.
SPORTS
By EDWARD LEE | December 7, 2007
Le'Ron McClain registered his first career touchdown when he made a 13-yard catch against the San Diego Chargers on Nov. 25. But if the rookie fullback weren't playing football, his career path might have taken a different turn. You were a human environmental sciences major at Alabama. What is that? It's like consumer sciences, stuff like pharmaceutical sales and computer stuff. I liked working with computers and all that. I'd love to work at the Apple store. Who is your biggest inspiration?
FEATURES
By MIKE KLINGAMAN | September 14, 1991
Mom has a problem with a house guest. His name is Arnie, and she can't get rid of him.Arnie just won't go.Their 12-year relationship hit the skids this year, when Mom decided the house wasn't big enough for both of them. Arnie never worked a day in his life. All he did was sit in front of the TV in the living room, getting bigger and bigger until it became difficult just to walk around him. Arnie's pot was getting pretty big.Mom finally called it quits last spring. She booted Arnie out of the house, dragged him out the back door and stood him in a corner on the patio.
FEATURES
By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2011
Baltimore's Mittens is officially a celebrity. The abused cat, recently named ASPCA's Cat of the Year , just returned to Baltimore after a whirlwind trip to Manhattan where she not only stayed at a fancy hotel and enjoyed limo service, but was presented with a major award and made an appearance on the Today Show. While we can only imagine how all the hoopla seemed to an unassuming cat, she's filling us in on how it all went down. Here is Mittens' diary from last week's big trip, as told to Unleashed with the help of Cindy Wright, her foster mom who knew a great cat when she saw one and adopted her: Wednesday morning So, I'm headed to New York City to receive the ASPCA's Cat of the Year Award!
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