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January 8, 2007
On January 6, 2007 KATHRYN F. MOXLEY (nee Foley); beloved wife of the late Charles J. Moxley, Sr.; devoted mother of Charles J. Moxley, Jr. of Amawalk, NY, Paul T. Moxley of Alta, UT, K. Mona Moxley of Moraga, CA, Peggi Moxley of Wenatchee, WA and Joe Moxley of Tampa, FL. Also survived by 10 grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call on Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the family owned MACNABB FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 301 Frederick Rd., (at beltway exit 13) Catonsville.
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January 2, 2013
The Moxleys at McCoy Farms put up this snowman, made from wrapped bales of hay, in the 2800 block of Forge Hill Road in Bel Air. It is about 17 feet tall.
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February 14, 2005
On February 12, 2005, E. RUSSELL MOXLEY, SR., of Howard County; beloved husband of the late Bessie G. (Zimmerman) Moxley; father of the late E. Russell Moxley, Jr.; grandfather of Charles R. Moxley, Barbara C. Terry, Cindi S. Adcock and the late William B. Moxley; Great grandfather of Bridgett Moxley, Tiffany Taylor, Joshua Terry, Patrick Adcock and Erika Terry. Mr. Moxley was predeceased by his siblings Lillian V. Streaker, Janie Stromberg, M. Catherine Sauter, Mildred, James R., Sr., Mark, Norman E., Sr. and Stanley Moxley.
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June 21, 2011
  Bridgett D. Moxley and Jason L. Perry Charles and Terry Moxley, of Ellicott City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Bridgett Danielle Moxley, to Jason Leonard Perry, son of Ted and Kim Perry, of Catonsville. The bride-to-be is a 2002 graduate of Mount Hebron High School and a graduate of Bluefield College, in Bluefield, Va., with a bachelor's degree in business administration. She is currently employed as an accountant at Whitman, Requardt and Associates, LLP, in Baltimore.
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March 23, 2003
On March 21, 2003 RAYMOND (SONNY) of Baltimore, MD, beloved husband of Connie Moxley; loving father of Raymond IV and wife Tina, Bonnie Moxley and Thomas Moxley; loving grandfather of Cynthia and Lucas Gair and Nicholas Moxley. He is also survived by many more friends and family members. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the GARY L. KAUFMAN FUNERAL HOME SOUTHWEST INC. (corner of Pratt and Stricker Streets) on Monday and Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. and to attend funeral services on Wednesday 11 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.
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November 28, 2005
On November 24, 2005, RICHARD "Dick" THOMAS MOXLEY Sr., loving husband of Rita E. Moxley, father of Richard T. Moxley, Jr., and wife Denise F., Rita Ann Moxley, Stephen G. Samuel and wife Mary Jo, Eileen Alice Farmer and husband David W.; grandmother of Robert T. Moxley, III, Katherine D. Moxley, Allison E. Farmer and Amanda R. Farmer; step-grandmother of Sandy Steeves, Iain Steeves and Sarah Steeves. Also survived by great-grandchildren, Richard T. Moxley, IV and Griffen William Moxley.
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August 12, 2003
On August 8, 2003, JAMES G. MOXLEY; long time friend of Chad Wheeler and Richard Hunter. James is preceded in death by his brother Willard Moxley. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc. 3631 Falls Road, on Wednesday from 9 A.M. to 11 A.M. at which time funeral services will be held. Interment in Meadowridge Memorial Park.
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October 14, 1994
The anti-incumbent fervor that swept Baltimore County in 1990 was no more evident than in the results of the seven County Council races. Five of the sitting council members were dismissed by the voters and replaced by political greenhorns. And few seemed greener than the Catonsville community activist who won the First District seat, Republican Berchie L. Manley.Being green is no grave sin for a new officeholder. However, despite her diligence and sincerity, Mrs. Manley has failed to demonstrate that she has matured in the job during the past four years.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Mary.gail.hare@baltsun.com | July 29, 2009
Baltimore County Councilman Stephen G. "Sam" Moxley, arrested on drunken-driving charges for the second time in four years, faces an uncertain political future as he completes his fourth term and considers whether to run for re-election or for another office next year. While some Republicans are calling for him to resign, members of Moxley's Democratic Party are standing by the council member for now, even as they express concerns over his arrest Friday. Moxley did not attend a council work session Tuesday afternoon and has not returned calls from The Baltimore Sun for comment.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | November 20, 1995
Norman E. Moxley Sr., a contractor, shopping center developer and former Howard County commissioner who helped preside over the county during its postwar transformation, died Wednesday of complications of a stroke at Bon Secours Nursing Center in Ellicott City. He was 90.Mr. Moxley spent his entire life on an 800-acre farm that had been in his family since the 1800s. He later developed part of the farm, now known as Normandy, with his son and nephew.Dropping out of school to help his father with farm work, Mr. Moxley worked as a blacksmith and later began a successful plastering business in the late 1920s.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2010
Jonathan Eldridge Moxley III, a retired commercial architect who had served in India during World War II, died Sunday from complications of dementia at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 90. Mr. Moxley, the son of an architect and a homemaker, was born in Baltimore and raised in Walbrook and Catonsville. He was a 1939 graduate of Polytechnic Institute and earned a degree in architectural drafting in 1942 from what is now the Maryland Institute College of Art . He studied architectural design and theory of structure on the G.I. Bill at the Johns Hopkins University's McCoy College.
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April 30, 2010
Baltimore County Councilman Sam Moxley will not seek political office this year, he said Friday. When the Democrat announced earlier this year that he would leave the council after four terms representing Catonsville and Arbutus, he said he was considering a run for clerk of the court. He says now he has ruled that out. "I have thoroughly enjoyed my years in public service, and I will continue to look for ways to serve my community," Moxley said. "I am not sure where the future will lead me, but I am looking forward to the journey."
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By By Mary Gail Hare | The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2010
Stephen G. Samuel Moxley on Tuesday became the fourth Baltimore County councilman to say he will not seek re-election in the fall, leaving a majority of seats on the seven-member panel up for grabs. The unusual number of open seats is expected to encourage a stampede of candidates. "Everybody and his mother will run," said Donald F. Norris, chairman of the department of public policy at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. "And that includes those who ought not to run."
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By Mary Gail Hare and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 23, 2010
Sam Moxley on Tuesday became the fourth Baltimore County councilman to say he will not seek re-election in the fall, leaving a majority of seats on the seven-member panel up for grabs. Joseph Bartenfelder and Kevin Kamenetz are expected to run for county executive. Vince Gardina plans to retire at the end of his fifth term. "There are always concerns when there is a big change," said Moxley, a fourth-term Democrat who represents Catonsville and much of Southwestern Baltimore County.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,mary.gail.hare@baltsun.com | November 2, 2009
With several longtime members retiring or running for other offices - and two whose legal woes could make them vulnerable - the Baltimore County Council is facing what could be its largest turnover in two decades. Two members, each having served four terms, are considering leaving the council to run for county executive now that the current officeholder, James T. Smith Jr., has reached the end of a two-term limit. With the longest-serving member, Vincent Gardina, opting to retire, at least three of the seven council seats could be up for grabs.
NEWS
September 4, 2009
It doesn't take a rocket scientist - or even a public relations consultant - to recognize the three rules for dealing with disaster in the mass media age: Come clean about everything, apologize and make restitution where possible. This applies not only to corporations facing an expensive product recall or a politician caught in an embarrassing personal scandal. Yet somehow this lesson doesn't always sink in, particularly with those in elected office. While it may not be easy to face one's constituents and admit wrongdoing, failing to do so inevitably drags the matter out all that much longer - and usually more painfully.
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By Andrew A. Green and Andrew A. Green,SUN STAFF | January 6, 2004
The Baltimore County Council last night elected Stephen G. Samuel Moxley to serve as chairman for the next year. Moxley replaces Kevin Kamenetz, a Pikesville-Ruxton Democrat, who at times used the post to forcefully criticize County Executive James T. Smith Jr.'s decisions, mostly over personnel issues. Although Moxley, a Democrat from Catonsville, has not always been as outspoken an opponent of the executive, he has not been one of Smith's most reliable allies, either. "I will continue to work with the county executive and his staff and continue to move the council's agenda and the county executive's agenda, as we agree, forward, and hopefully build on the relationship that Kevin has begun," Moxley said.
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May 8, 2002
Jean de Roulhac Moxley, a homemaker and former teacher, died Saturday at Johns Hopkins Hospital of circulatory complications and polymyositis, a rare muscular disorder. The Ellicott City resident was 75. A teacher at Catonsville and Howard high schools in the 1950s, she was an active member and former president of the Split Rail Garden Club in Howard County, through which she worked with senior citizens on craft projects. She also had a home in northern Maine where she watched birds, went ice fishing and hunted bear and wildfowl.
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,nick.madigan@baltsun.com | September 3, 2009
Standing before a judge and facing 60 days in jail, Baltimore County Councilman Stephen G. Samuel Moxley admitted publicly for the first time Wednesday that he is an alcoholic and needs help. Moxley was accused of being drunk shortly before midnight July 23 when he caused a four-car pileup in West Baltimore that injured 44-year-old Justine Matthews. A police officer described him as "stumbling," "swaying" and smelling of alcohol when he emerged from his badly damaged Toyota Highlander.
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August 17, 2009
On August 13, 2009, GLADYS EVELYN MOXLEY DAVIS, of Bel Air, MD and Salem, NY. Widow of Paul M. Davis; mother of James M. Davis, Donald L. Davis, Thomas E. Davis, and Sylvia A. Devlin; sister of Ralph P. Moxley, Mack Coy Moxley, Jr., and Geneva D. Finney; grandmother of Melissa J. Devlin, Amanda M. Davis, and Abigail M. Davis; mother-in-law of Elaine J. Davis and John F. Devlin. Services will be held at the family owned McComas Funeral Home, P.A., Abingdon, MD on Thursday, August 20, 2009.
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