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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.