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By SALLY BUCKLER and SALLY BUCKLER,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 11, 1996
FRIENDS and neighbors helped each other dig out this week after the blizzard of 1996 buried us all in snow.Folks shared what fresh milk was left, borrowed one another's videos and welcomed one another's children into their homes. The stormy weather brought out the best in people with plows and tractors, who moved thousands of tons of snow from driveways and roads just to help their neighbors.Kalmia Farms' lossKalmia Farms, the neighborhood that hugs the Triadelphia Reservoir in Dayton, was saddened Tuesday by the quickly spreading word that Cindy Morrill, 49, one of the original residents of the neighborhood, had died suddenly after a stroke she suffered Monday.
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By Jacques Kelly, Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2012
Whitney French Morrill, the co-owner of a building maintenance firm that cleaned Baltimore landmarks, died of complications from dementia Saturday at Manor Care Ruxton. The Monkton resident was 87. Born in New York City and raised in Stamford, Conn., he was the son of Evelyn Walker Morrill and Frank Whitney Morrill, whose family made printers ink. As a boy, he raced boats in Long Island Sound. In the 1930s, he moved to Forest Hill in Harford County. He lived with his mother and siblings on the 500-acre Highpoint Farm, where they raised cattle and crops.
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By Sherry Graham and Sherry Graham,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 8, 1996
IT'S ALWAYS a nice thing when those who usually do for others are recognized.ESCAPE Ministries Inc. (Enabling Social and Church Advocacy for People Enrichment) presented its annual Volunteer of the Year Award yesterday evening at its yearly membership meeting.The Rev. John A. Morrill, pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church in Sykesville, was honored for his dedication to ESCAPE. He has been the group's board chairman for five years and has been involved in its outreach ministry since its inception in 1988.
BUSINESS
By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Sun | June 22, 2007
They may be few and far between, but little stone cottages buried in the woods, surrounded by blooming flowers, stone pathways, fancy gates, trellises, and outdoor tables set for tea really do exist. Karen and Todd Morrill own such a place - a getaway in northern Baltimore County. Think of a Thomas Kinkade painting or an illustration from a child's book of fairy tales. That is the enchanted place called Holly Hillside. "We could also call it Bliss House," Karen Morrill said, sipping her tea, and gazing from the front porch onto a garden as colorful as a box of crayons.
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By Peter H. Frank | September 10, 1990
As a member of one of Baltimore's most famous lacrosse families, William K. Morrill Jr. is using a long-standing tactical approach at his new job.Last month, Mr. Morrill, 53, was promoted to managing director of Alex. Brown Kleinwort Benson Realty Advisors. As such, he is in charge of managing $4 billion invested in real estate-laden companies.But what happens now that the real estate industry is slumping? Go on the offensive, says the three-time All-American attackman at Johns Hopkins University.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | October 10, 2000
Dr. Ann Morrill spent 12 years building up a medical practice in the Perry Hall area. But when she left the physicians group where she worked last month, she learned that the contract she signed in 1997 - a type of agreement that legal experts say is increasingly common - prohibits her from working near most of her patients. Morrill, an internist and primary-care physician, signed a five-year contract when she joined Johns Hopkins Bayview Physicians, saying she would not quit and set up a competing practice within 10 miles of where she worked.
NEWS
April 17, 2004
On Wednesday, April 14, 2004, CUMBERLAND ST. JUDE DUGAN, JR., 65 of Baltimore. He was the loving father of Katherine Elizabeth Morrill, Cumberland J. B. Dugan, Thomas George R. T. Dugan and Sarah Lee Dugan; loving grandfather of Riley Quinn Dugan, Connor Andrew Cumberland Dugan, Harrison Morrill and Benjamin Morrill. Also survived by a host of family and friends. A Memorial Mass will be held at the Cathedral of Mary of Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210. Time to be announced.
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December 16, 2003
On December 14, 2003 MARION KATHERINE (nee Wark); former wife of the late Joseph Harry Brocato; mother of Christina Morrill; grandmother of Stephen J. and Aime M. Morrill; sister of the late Evelyn Cordner Ward and Charles Wark. Funeral services will be held at ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL, P.A., MD 30 and Charmil Dr., Manchester, Wednesday 11 A.M. Interment in Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Friends may call Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. If desired donations to Days End Horse Rescue, P.O. Box 309, Lisbon, MD 21765 or Arcadia Vol. Fire Company, P.O. Box 7, Upperco, MD 21155
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | July 27, 1998
The Woodmoor Elementary School students who go bowling at the AMF Rolling Road Lanes in Catonsville each week this summer are getting some exercise and staying out of the heat -- but there's more to it than that.While these 7- to 11-year-olds knock down pins and eat popcorn, social worker Kim Morrill is keeping score -- in more ways than one.Morrill is one of six school-based social workers who continue working with students during summer recess, part of the county's 2-year-old School Link Family Services program designed to help troubled children and their families.
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By Dolly Merritt and Dolly Merritt,Special to the Sun | March 23, 1994
Neysa Morrill, 62, puffed a bubble pipe, filling the room at Florence Bain Senior Center in Columbia with a flow of soap bubbles -- and a wave of smiles from the half-dozen senior citizens present.It's a gimmick the group leader often uses to break the ice and trigger pleasant memories from those in the new support group called the SPRING Dandelions, which meets Thursdays at the Florence Bain center."Dandelions" is an eight-week group which focuses on laughter, pleasant reminiscing and social interaction for senior citizens.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,Sun reporter | September 7, 2006
Maryland attorney general candidate Stuart O. Simms ratcheted up criticism of Democratic primary opponent Douglas F. Gansler yesterday, saying Gansler should withdraw remarks he made about his 2003 reprimand by the state's highest court. Speaking outside the State House, Simms said that Gansler, the Montgomery County state's attorney, insisted in two radio debates last week that the Maryland Court of Appeals was wrong in censuring him for statements about pending murder cases. "He should indicate he's going to withdraw his comment, Number 1, and that, Number 2, he would follow the rule of law," said Simms, a former Baltimore state's attorney.
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April 17, 2004
On Wednesday, April 14, 2004, CUMBERLAND ST. JUDE DUGAN, JR., 65 of Baltimore. He was the loving father of Katherine Elizabeth Morrill, Cumberland J. B. Dugan, Thomas George R. T. Dugan and Sarah Lee Dugan; loving grandfather of Riley Quinn Dugan, Connor Andrew Cumberland Dugan, Harrison Morrill and Benjamin Morrill. Also survived by a host of family and friends. A Memorial Mass will be held at the Cathedral of Mary of Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210. Time to be announced.
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December 16, 2003
On December 14, 2003 MARION KATHERINE (nee Wark); former wife of the late Joseph Harry Brocato; mother of Christina Morrill; grandmother of Stephen J. and Aime M. Morrill; sister of the late Evelyn Cordner Ward and Charles Wark. Funeral services will be held at ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL, P.A., MD 30 and Charmil Dr., Manchester, Wednesday 11 A.M. Interment in Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Friends may call Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. If desired donations to Days End Horse Rescue, P.O. Box 309, Lisbon, MD 21765 or Arcadia Vol. Fire Company, P.O. Box 7, Upperco, MD 21155
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By Sarah Koenig and Sarah Koenig,SUN STAFF | July 15, 2002
Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend will attend a candidate forum Thursday sponsored by the Baltimore chapter of the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People, an aide to her gubernatorial campaign said yesterday. Last week Townsend's campaign said she might not be able to make it because of an earlier commitment to attend a fund-raiser at the same time in Prince George's County for state Sen. Gloria G. Lawlah, who represents a majority black district. Townsend has been criticized recently by prominent African-Americans for not embracing their political concerns.
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | June 18, 2002
REP. ROBERT L. Ehrlich Jr. has a new opponent in his race for governor: President Kennedy. According to the latest fund-raising letter by Ehrlich, the expected Republican nominee for governor, his victory is crucial to block a Kennedy return to the White House. "Dear Friend," the letter begins, "If you don't want to see another `President Kennedy,' I need your immediate support." It goes on to explain why "common-sense Americans" should donate to his campaign. "If you and I fail to defeat Kathleen Kennedy Townsend in this race, her next step will be to run for president against George W. Bush" in 2004, Ehrlich tells potential donors.
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By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | November 28, 2001
A prominent Baltimore legislator is threatening to sue the state if Gov. Parris N. Glendening's legislative redistricting plan eliminates an African American-majority district in the city. Del. Howard P. Rawlings, chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, has called for a meeting Saturday of black city delegates and the Baltimore City Council to discuss legal options if a much-discussed redistricting proposal becomes reality. An attorney with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's Legal and Educational Defense Fund will also attend.
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By Thomas W. Waldron and Thomas W. Waldron,SUN STAFF | December 3, 1999
A spokesman for Gov. Parris N. Glendening acknowledged yesterday that his office made a mistake using official state stationery to announce endorsements by the governor and lieutenant governor for Vice President Al Gore."
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | October 31, 1993
Recent strides in Carroll County will help feed the hungry around the world.PTC More than 300 people walked several miles along county paths on two Sundays to help farmers in underdeveloped countries produce more food.In North and South Carroll, participants joined the annual Christian Rural Outreach Projects (CROP) Walks to fulfill pledges of several thousand dollars."We walked like people around the world who must walk every day for water and firewood," said the Rev. John Morrill of Messiah Lutheran Church in Sykesville.
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | November 27, 2001
The governor and General Assembly leaders, grappling with revenue losses in the face of a national economic downturn, are considering a delay in the last phase of a 10 percent personal income tax cut passed in 1997. Michael Morrill, a spokesman for Gov. Parris N. Glendening, confirmed yesterday that a delay in next year's final 2 percent installment of the reduction is one of the difficult choices "on the table" as decision-makers strive to produce a budget that, under the state Constitution, must be balanced.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | October 10, 2000
Dr. Ann Morrill spent 12 years building up a medical practice in the Perry Hall area. But when she left the physicians group where she worked last month, she learned that the contract she signed in 1997 - a type of agreement that legal experts say is increasingly common - prohibits her from working near most of her patients. Morrill, an internist and primary-care physician, signed a five-year contract when she joined Johns Hopkins Bayview Physicians, saying she would not quit and set up a competing practice within 10 miles of where she worked.
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