August 11, 2004
JOHN F. NITCHIE, 73, of Woodlyn Lane, Palm Coast, Florida, died on Wednesday, August 8 at the Halifax Medical Center, Daytona Beach, FL. Mr. Nitchie was a Branch Manager for the Yellow Freight Trucking Corp. He was born in Philadelphia, PA. He moved to Palm Coast, FL, in 1993 where he worked as a sales person for the Hammock Dunes Sales office, as well as a security officer for the Grand Haven Development. Mr. Nitchie was a member of the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church of Palm Coast, Italian/American Club of Palm Coast, Elks Club of Palm Coast, Moose Lodge of Ormond Beach, FL. He is survived by his spouse of 13 years, Diane Doub of Palm Coast, three sons, John Nitchie of Stewartown, PA, Stephen Nitchie of Dallas, Texas, George Nitchie of Baltimore, MD and one stepson, Edward Ridenour of Hagerstown, MD, one daughter, Deborah Leroy of Baltimore, MD and one stepdaughter, Cynthia Boyle of Shepardstown, W.V., eight grandchildren and two step-grandchildren.
August 1, 2004
WILLIAM EDWARD PIERPOINT, of Palm Coast, FL, formerly of Baltimore, MD passed away on July 22, 2004 at his residence. Beloved husband of Marie, father of Janet Mellin and Keigh W. both of Palm Coast; grandfather of Jason C. (Tracy) Simick; brother of Rose P. Buppert of Frederick, MD, Walker Pierpoint of Hillsdale, MI. He was a retired Vice President and Manager of the Mercantile Bank, Baltimore. He was a veteran of World War II serving in the US Army Air Corp, and a member of VFW Post 8696.
August 12, 2003
Lawrence Dunbar Logan, one of the first African-Americans to become a captain at the former Baltimore City Jail, died of a stroke Aug. 4 at Sinai Hospital. The Northwest Baltimore resident was 77. Mr. Logan was born and raised in East Baltimore, and attended city public schools before earning his GED. He served in the Pacific with the Navy during World War II. Returning to Baltimore after the war, he had jobs as a postal worker and Harbor Tunnel guard before being hired by the City Jail in 1961.
August 9, 2003
On August 5, 2003, DONALD F.; beloved husband of Mardel (nee Duke); devoted father of Donald E. Albers and Geoffrey Lynn Sullivan; dear brother of Joseph Albers, Dorothy Furnari, Alma Gabriel, Norma Coughlin, and Eleanor Donohue. Also survived by four grandchildren. Funeral from the Lassahn Funeral Home, 7401 Belair Road, on Saturday, 10:00 A.M. Interment Moreland Memorial Park Cemetery. Visiting Friday, 2 to 8 P.M. If desired, contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of St. Marks by the Sea Lutheran Church, 303 Palm Coast Pkwy.
June 4, 2003
MR. RAYMOND ALVIN GARNETT, 76, of Wellstone Dr., Palm Coast, FL., died Saturday, May 31, 2003 at his home. Mr. Garnett was born in Baltimore, MD and moved to this area in 1981 from Baltimore, He was a retired Supervisor for the U.S. Postal Service in Baltimore. He was an Army Air Corp veteran a member of Riverbend Golf Club and a former member of Palm Coast Golf resort. He enjoyed Golfing, the Dog Track and Horse Racing. He is survived by his car giver T.J. Tarver, brothers Robert, James and Richard all of Baltimore, Maryland, sisters Jane Wickless, Patricia O'Brockie and Doris Boyd all of Baltimore, Maryland.
February 24, 1999
Helen O. Kolodziejski, 87, homemakerHelen O. Kolodziejski, a former Curtis Bay homemaker and founder of Al-Anon groups, died Feb. 17 of heart failure at home in Palm Coast, Fla. She was 87.Known as "Honey," Mrs. Kolodziejski had lived in Palm Coast since 1983. Before then, she had established Al-Anon groups -- support groups for family members of alcoholics -- in Brooklyn and Linthicum in the early 1950s.The former Helen Owsik was a Baltimore native and was educated in parochial school. In 1928, she married Jesse T. Kolodziejski, who died in 1979.