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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.
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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.
NEWS
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.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Film Critic | October 2, 1992
In the review of the movie "Glengarry Glen Ross" in Maryland Live, the actor Alec Baldwin was identified incorrectly as Alex Baldwin.The Sun regrets the errors.You have to know the territory and David Mamet knows iwell: self-doubt, desperation, flaming greed, hunger, terror, and, finally, the will to close in for the kill. The hunter-gatherer's operative mind-set, be he a cave man stalking a mammoth, a Marine sniper stalking an enemy general, or a salesmanstalking a recalcitrant victim.Thus the real estate office of his "Glengarry Glen Ross" is less a warren of desks and files than some sort of primal glade.
FEATURES
By L'Oreal Thompson, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2013
Wedding date: Feb. 24, 2013 Her story: Kimberly Carlins, 32, grew up in Ocean Pines. She is a government contractor for URS Corp. in Germantown. Her father, Leo, is a repairman for Sears, and her mother, Renee, is a secretary for a nonprofit organization. His story: Sigmund Young, 32, grew up in Bethesda. He is an engineer at Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington Navy Yard. His father, Charles, is a physician, and his mother, Sue, is her husband's office manager.
NEWS
By Lisa Goldberg and Larry Carson and Lisa Goldberg and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | April 12, 2002
The former office manager for a Howard County-owned golf course in Elkridge surrendered herself for arrest yesterday on charges that she stole more than $84,000 in cash while working there. Prosecutors allege that Deborah M. Kekich, 36, of the 3300 block Dulany St. in Baltimore took the money, most of which they believe was lost in online gambling. She was released on $7,500 bail. Arraignment was scheduled for May 7. Gary J. Arthur, director of Howard's Department of Recreation and Parks, said the county has been reimbursed for the loss by Kemper Sports Management, a Chicago firm that runs the golf course.
NEWS
December 31, 1997
William 'Neil' Taylor, 74, office managerWilliam C. "Neil" Taylor, a longtime office manager, died of respiratory failure Dec. 24 at the Baltimore Veterans Affairs Rehabilitation and Extended Care Facility. He was 74.For 20 years, the Baltimore native was a general manager for Raymond Geddes & Co., a school-supply firm. He retired in 1985. Earlier, he was a manager for Garrett Buchanan Paper Co.Mr. Taylor, who graduated from Calvert Hall College high school in 1941 and attended Loyola College, was commissioned as a lieutenant in the Army Air Forces and was a pilot from 1943 to 1946.
EXPLORE
February 21, 2012
The Social Security Administration office at 110 West Road in Towson will officially relocate to the fourth floor of 28 Allegheny Ave., next week. The final day the office will be open on West Road is Friday, March 2. The new office will be open for business Tuesday, March 6. Office hours at the new location will remain weekdays, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free parking is available to Social Security office visitors on the fifth floor of the parking garage on Washington Avenue.
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