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July 23, 2006
Parker Rouse Freeland, a retired Johns Hopkins Hospital nurse, died of congestive heart failure Friday at Union Memorial Hospital. She was 74 and lived in Mount Vernon. Born and raised in Bolton Hill, she attended Garrison Forest School and Notre Dame Academy in Baltimore. She married before finishing high school and moved to Pennsylvania, where she worked as a laboratory technician. Later, she earned a high school equivalency degree, said her brother John H. Rouse of McLean, Va. At age 50, Ms. Freeland received a degree from the University of Baltimore and became a registered nurse.
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October 29, 1990
Services for Edna Ingram Goodier will be held at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Witzke Funeral Home, 4112 Old Columbia Pike in Ellicott City.Mrs. Goodier died of cancer yesterday at her Ellicott City home following a short illness. She was 80.Mrs. Goodier was born in Roanoke Rapids, N.C., the eldest of George and Eva Ingram's four children. She was raised and educated in North Carolina, attended the Roanoke Rapids Hospital Nursing School and graduated as a registered nurse in 1932.In 1944, she moved to Washington, where she worked as a public health nurse with the District of Columbia government.
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July 26, 2006
Nora E. Wagner, a registered nurse and homemaker, died of heart failure Sunday at Chester River Hospital Center in Chestertown. She was 89. Nora Edwards was born and raised in Ingleside, Va., and was a 1939 graduate of the old Union Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. She was an operating room nurse supervisor for eight years until her 1947 marriage to Dr. John Alfred Wagner, professor of medicine and chairman of the pathology department at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
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By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | May 29, 2000
Theresa Mae Robb, a picture in courage who battled tremendous odds to help others heal as an emergency room nurse at North Arundel Hospital, died May 21 at her apartment in Odenton. She was 24. Miss Robb was born with a congenital birth defect called cystic hygroma, a vascular malformation that causes the growth of benign facial tumors. Miss Robb, who had underwent more than 20 surgical procedures in her life, had been treated recently at Johns Hopkins Hospital for complications from major surgery.
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By Karen Zeiler and Karen Zeiler,Contributing Writer | November 7, 1994
Joyce Hinton, a retired nurse whose work and volunteer activities touched people in four states, died Wednesday of a heart attack at her home in Columbia. She was 90.Mrs. Hinton's commitment to helping others began in Florida in 1926, when she came to the aid of hurricane victims as a Red Cross volunteer. Her dedication was still evident two weeks ago at Vantage House Retirement Community in Columbia, where she read to the visually impaired."She helped so many people and lived a very rich life," said her son-in-law, Frank Westbrook of Columbia.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | June 23, 2009
M. Michele Hancock, a retired registered nurse who had worked at several area hospitals, died of adenoid cystic carcinoma June 12 at the Jewish Healthcare Center in Worcester, Mass. The former Cross Keys resident was 58. M. Michele Hendricks was born and raised in Reisterstown. She was a 1968 graduate of Western High School and earned an associate's degree in nursing from Baltimore Community College in 1970. Mrs. Hendricks worked at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where she specialized in adult neurology, and later at South Baltimore General and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
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By Robert A. Erlandson | October 15, 1995
FIFTY YEARS AGO, former Japanese dictator Hideki Tojo tried to cheat the hangman when orders went out for his arrest as a war criminal. Marking his heart location with a crayon, he shot himself in the chest with a pistol.Although other senior officers committed suicide after Japan's surrender Sept. 2, 1945, Tojo bungled his attempt.His wound was serious but not fatal. A top U.S. Army medical team, including 1st Lt. Rebecca Schmidt, a 26-year-old nurse from Long Green, Baltimore County, was assembled to nurse the 60-year-old former strongman so he could stand trial.
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August 27, 2002
Bunny Dugan, an interior designer, former children's clothing store executive and nurse, died Saturday of complications of liver disease at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was 65 and lived in the Village of Cross Keys. She owned Splurge, an interior design business, and decorated homes in North Baltimore, Talbot County and in other states. She enjoyed renovating and decorating her homes. In the 1970s and 1980s, she ran Little Women and Their Men, a children's shop in the Village of Cross Keys.
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March 31, 2004
Elizabeth G. Schweizer, a retired nurse, died in her sleep Sunday at College Manor Nursing Home in Lutherville, where she had lived for the past 20 years. The former Towson resident was 98. She was born Elizabeth Gonzalas in New York City. In 1938 she moved to the Baltimore area and worked as the secretary at Towson Elementary School. She later worked as a nurse at Stella Maris Hospice, the old Church Home and Hospital and Montebello State Hospital. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Trinity Episcopal Church, 120 Allegheny Ave., Towson.
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March 18, 2004
Edna Christena Gallagher, a retired nurse and homemaker, died of complications from a stroke Sunday at Mariner Health of Bel Air retirement home. The longtime Dundalk resident was 98. She was born Edna Christena Proctor in Cambridge, Ohio, and attended schools there before she moved to Baltimore in 1943 and became a private-duty nurse. She also nursed at Rosewood Center and the Masonic Home of Maryland in Cockeysville before she retired about 35 years ago. In 1954 she married Charles James Gallagher, a Western Electric painter.
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