November 14, 2004
On Thursday, November 11, 2004, at Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, JOSEPH BERKELEY WORKMAN, M.D., 83. He was an Associate Professor of Radiology at Duke University until his retirement in 1986. From 1950 to 1971 he served as Associate Professor of Nuclear Medicine at the University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore, where he was the Director of the Radioisotope Laboratory and maintained a private practice. The son of Shirley F. Workman and Madge Turley Workman, he was born in Kokomo, IN June 26, 1921.
December 9, 1990
WESTMINSTER - Carroll County General Hospital has began construction on a three-phase project to improve its nuclear medicine services.Nuclear medicine is an important part of the hospital's Imaging Department, which provides diagnostic testing.In addition to providing more efficient use of space for both new and current diagnostic equipment, the new design separates patients visiting for brief tests from the hospitalized patients requiring nuclear medicine testing.The new access corridors and waiting areas will change traffic patterns through the area.
December 6, 2004
Leasure named official on judicial advisory board Howard County Circuit Judge Diane O. Leasure has been named vice chairwoman of the Maryland Conference of Circuit Judges. Prince George's County Circuit Court Judge William D. Missouri has been named chairman. The Maryland Conference of Circuit Judges serves as a policy advisory body to the Robert M. Bell, Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, and to the Court of Appeals, and other judicial branch agencies in Circuit Court matters. Howard woman to direct Mercy hospital radiology Patricia A. Sheehan of Ellicott City has accepted the position of director of radiology at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore.
July 3, 1991
BEAUTIFUL Persian cats, two spoiled dogs, a sailboat and each other. ''I guess you could say this is our life,'' says Lillian Davidson, who lives in Perry Hall with her husband, Robert.He caters to the dogs, a dachshund and a Rottweiler, and she owns and shows Persian cats.Sandtraps Snappy Affair is her blue-cream Persian, not yet a year old, who took a second in the blue-cream Persian class at the Chesapeake Cat Show this year. His color is a mottled cream and pale blue-gray.According to breed information, the longhaired Persian cats are called Persians in the United States and Longhairs in England.
November 17, 2000
Sister Elizabeth McKay, 95, cared for orphaned children Sister Elizabeth Rose McKay, S.S.N.D., who spent many years caring for children in orphanages, died of a heart attack Saturday at Maria Health Center in Baltimore. She was 95 and lived at Villa Assumpta, motherhouse of the School Sisters of Notre Dame in the Woodbrook section of Baltimore County. Sister Elizabeth was born in Dorchester, Mass., and attended high school for two years in Manchester, N.H., before leaving to work as an aide at the Children's Hospital of Manchester.
February 19, 1995
Nancy Baraloto Heckel was a bright, 40-year-old on a new career path as a nuclear medical technologist last February when she was killed in a murder-suicide in rural Harford County.Now, a year later, her family and fellow members of the class of 1994 at Johns Hopkins Hospital are preparing to award a scholarship in her honor recognizing a 1995 graduate who demonstrates the same qualities that made Mrs. Heckel a prize student."Nancy never lost sight of her patients or her colleagues. She had a sense of humor and it was contagious," said Jay K. Rhine, director of the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program that is jointly sponsored by Essex Community College and the hospital.