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July 19, 2002
Frank G. Sraver, a retired accountant and office manager, died of a cerebral hemorrhage Saturday at Ridgeway Manor Nursing Home in Catonsville. He was 81. The 30-year Catonsville resident was born in the city and reared in East Baltimore. He graduated in 1938 from Southern High School and earned his bachelor's degree in business from the University of Baltimore in 1942. During World War II, he served with the 8th Air Force as a staff sergeant. He was discharged in 1945 and returned to Baltimore, where he joined the accounting firm of Wooden and Benson.
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NEWS
February 10, 2004
Helen Taustin, retired office manager for a chain of Ocean City-based candy stores, died of Alzheimer's disease Thursday at the Berlin Nursing Home. The Ocean City resident was 94. Born and raised in New York City, she moved to Baltimore in the late 1940s and worked with her brother, Sam Taustin, at the old Pixie Shoppes pizza and submarine sandwich carryout on Greenmount Avenue. She was also involved in management of the Pappy's Beef and Beer chain. Miss Taustin spent part of the year in Ocean City, where she was office manager for Candy Kitchen and managed her family's nightclub, the old Blue Dahlia at Ninth Street and the Boardwalk.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2012
John A. Jarosinski, a Baltimore businessman who was an active member of several veterans organizations, died Thursday of cancer and a stroke at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 88. The White Marsh resident had earlier lived in Govans for 30 years. Born in Baltimore and raised in Highlandtown, John Adam Jarosinski was a 1942 graduate of Polytechnic Institute. After graduating from high school, he worked at General Motors' Eastern Aircraft Division in Baltimore, before enlisting in the Navy in 1943.
BUSINESS
November 14, 1994
New positions* Duron Inc., Maryland-based makers of paints and wall coverings, announced the appointment of Thomas K. Schwartzbeck as chief operating officer and executive vice president.* Baltimore International Culinary College appointed Daryl Burchfield food and beverage director of its Mount Vernon Hotel and Washington Cafe. Named assistant innkeeper at BICC's Government House was Dawn Welsh.* Catholic Charities selected Gayle V. Economos director of communications.* Historic Inns of Annapolis named Tina Lutzi manager of the Treaty of Paris Restaurant.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Staff writer | February 10, 1992
In some unique offices throughout the county, it's not uncommon for a single receptionist to answer five or six consecutive phone calls for five or six quite different companies.One call might come in for an insurance agent, another for an international business consultant, yet another for a regional sales manager of a major corporation. The receptionist handles several phone lines, each in the name of theindividual company.The concept of executive suites -- one of shared office space andservices -- blossomed in the mid-1980s.
NEWS
September 21, 2000
Edna M. Hollins, 88, office manager Edna M. Hollins, a retired office manager, died Monday of emphysema at Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville. She was 88 and had lived in Woodlawn for more than 40 years. She retired as office manager for J.G. Edelen Co. about 27 years ago, when the wholesale furniture hardware company was on Commerce Street in downtown Baltimore. The firm is now on Erdman Avenue. Born in Baltimore, Edna Muzdakis attended local public schools. She was a graduate of Strayer Bryant & Stratton College, a business school, where she studied office skills.
NEWS
November 21, 2001
Dolores L. Armstrong, 83, veterinary hospital owner Dolores L. Armstrong, retired office manager and co-owner of a Baltimore County veterinary hospital, died of cancer Saturday at Mercy Medical Center. She was 83. Mrs. Armstrong and her husband of 53 years, Dr. Albert B. Armstrong, operated Baltimore Animal Hospital on East Joppa Road in Parkville from 1960 until closing the practice in 1975. The couple lived in the Towson area. Dolores Esserwein was born and raised in Hampden, the daughter of a tavern owner.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | October 25, 2010
Eugene S. Watson, an antiques dealer who traded in 20th-century American modern design and was later an office manager, died of an embolism Oct. 15 at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He was 64 and lived in East Baltimore. Born in Youngstown, Ohio, he served in the Navy from 1965 to 1969. During his tour of duty, he was chief computer operator of the Naval Security Station in Washington and served at times aboard the USS Wright. He served when his ship was known as the "floating White House" because President Lyndon B. Johnson used the vessel as his headquarters for a Latin American summit conference.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2012
Lawrence R. "Larry" Sibley, a retired Baltimore County police officer who had a second career in security and as an office manager, died Thursday from heart disease at his home in Shrewsbury, Pa. He was 64. The son of an Old Bay Line seaman and a homemaker, Mr. Sibley was born in Baltimore and raised on Frankford Avenue in Gardenville. After graduating in 1965 from City College, Mr. Sibley entered the police academy, from which he graduated the next year. He joined the Baltimore County Police Department in 1967 and had worked as a detective.
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