February 25, 2006
Henry William Morin, a retired Social Security Administration specialist and big-band enthusiast, died of complications from a stroke Monday at Spa Creek Nursing Center in Annapolis. He was 86. Mr. Morin was born in Whittemore, Mich., and raised in Berkley, Mich., a suburb of Detroit. A trombonist, he served with the 11th Armored Division Band during World War II and fought at the Battle of the Bulge. After the war, Mr. Morin enrolled at Michigan State University on the GI Bill and earned a bachelor's degree and two master's degrees, one in history and the other in political science.
March 16, 2005
On Tuesday, March 15, 2005, ISADORE "HENRY" GREENFELD; beloved husband of Ida Greenfeld (nee Schames); loving father of Joel Greenfeld of Clearwater, FL, Marshall Greenfeld of Lake Walie, SC, and Suzanne Morin of Owings Mills, MD; father in law of Tara Greenfeld and Paul Morin; adored grandfather of Judy Evans, Debbie Hobbs, Steven Greenfeld, Jamie Steinberg and Nicole Morin; great-grandfather of Kelsey and Ashley Hobbs and Reid Steinberg. Services at Sol Levinson and Bros., Inc., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Thursday, March 17 at 1 P.M. Interment Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol Congregation Cemetery - Rosedale.
May 2, 2004
On April 28, 2004 FLORIDA "FLO" C. MORIN (nee Cloutier) beloved wife of the late Armand J. Morin; devoted mother of Armand J. Jr., James A. Morin and Georgina Ida Sprenkle; dear sister of Albert Cloutier. Also survived by many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be held at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue on Monday at 11 a.m. Visiting hours on Sunday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Interment Meadowridge Memorial Park.
November 29, 2002
For about three hours yesterday, the Loyola football team moved the ball on No. 3 Calvert Hall more effectively than just about any other team this season, controlling the time of possession and gaining nearly 300 yards of total offense. On a bitterly cold morning at Ravens Stadium, however, it was what the Dons could not do -- cash in on those opportunities -- that made the biggest difference in the Cardinals' 21-10 win before a series-record 14,097 in the 83rd annual Turkey Bowl. "No one's been able to run the ball on us very successfully all year, and they did," Calvert Hall coach Jay Robinson said.
August 18, 1998
A 22-year-old Columbia man received a 23-year jail sentence for the home invasion and robbery of a man in Long Reach village last year."This case represents a citizen's worst nightmare," said Thomas W. Rafter, a Howard County prosecutor. "It was a random, violent invasion of his home. [The victim] was held at knifepoint, tied up and left in a pool of his own blood by Frazier."Brett Nathan Frazier of the 5400 block of White Mane was convicted of robbery with a deadly weapon, assault and theft.
April 16, 1995
Assessing One Family's StruggleI am writing regarding the article entitled, "One family's struggle to be together" written by Art Kramer, which was in The Sun on March 12.It frustrates me when groups of people try to get in the way of someone such as Cynthia Morin, who is only trying to provide what those three children need most in life -- a stable adult who loves them and will provide for them and support and understand them. . . .I see and know many families who have adopted children from other races, myself included, and these are loving and stable families -- both single-parent and two-parent families.