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February 9, 1992
Carroll County General Hospital has appointed Emily Runser as personnel specialist, in charge of coordinating personnel policies and procedures for the nearly 1,100 full-time and part-time employees who work at the 148-bed hospital.In announcing the appointment, Dale Middleton, a CCGH vice president who oversees human resource activities,said Runser is a welcome addition to the hospitals Personnel Department.Her goal is to expedite the recruitment and screening process forqualified applicants.
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May 12, 2000
Helen Gault Carr, 78, legal administrator Helen Gault Carr, a homemaker and former legal administrator, died April 29 of respiratory failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 78 and had lived in Guilford for 10 years. Mrs. Carr was a legal administrator at law firms while living in Glen Ridge, N.J., and South Orange, N.J. Born Helen Gault in Minneapolis, she was the daughter of Dr. Charles C. Gault, a noted physician who was associated with the Mayo Clinic. She graduated from high school in Detroit and earned a bachelor's degree from Duke University.
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May 12, 2000
Helen Gault Carr, 78, legal administrator Helen Gault Carr, a homemaker and former legal administrator, died April 29 of respiratory failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 78 and had lived in Guilford for 10 years. Mrs. Carr was a legal administrator at law firms while living in Glen Ridge, N.J., and South Orange, N.J. Born Helen Gault in Minneapolis, she was the daughter of Dr. Charles C. Gault, a noted physician who was associated with the Mayo Clinic. She graduated from high school in Detroit and earned a bachelor's degree from Duke University.
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February 28, 1993
Attention schoolchildren: Think twice before you jump with joy the next time school is called off for snow this year, should that happen again.Friday's snow day already could mean an extra day tacked onto the end of the school year, and any more snow days will just add to that, pending a school board action.Carroll school officials had figured on three snow days when they set up the calendar for the 1992-1993 school year that was to end June 17. But Friday was the fourth day that schools closed because of snow.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | July 5, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- A 15-year county schools employee was denied a job promotion because she is a woman, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Carroll Circuit Court.Margaret A. Payne, a marketing teacher and department chairwoman at Westminster High School, says a less qualified man was hired last year for a personnel specialist job that she sought. She is seeking $1.5 million in damages from the Carroll County Board of Education.Last April, Ms. Payne was among three men and five woman interviewed for two openings as personnel specialist, a central office job. She was not chosen for either opening.
NEWS
February 28, 1993
Attention schoolchildren: Think twice before you jump with joy the next time school is called off for snow this year, should that happen again.Friday's snow day already could mean an extra day tacked onto the end of the school year, and any more snow days will just add to that, pending a school board action.Carroll school officials had figured on three snow days when they set up the calendar for the 1992-1993 school year that was to end June 17. But Friday was the fourth day that schools closed because of snow.
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August 28, 1991
Age; residence: 38; CockeysvilleSalary: $41,747Family: Single Education: Bachelor's degree in art education fromEdinboro University, Edinboro, Pa., 1974; master's of education in art, Edinboro University, 1978. Additional graduate study at Towson State University Previous work experience: Secondary art teacher in Korumburra, Victoria, Australia; elementary art teacher in Upper DauphinSchool District, Pa.; testing officer for Maryland Department of Education; certification specialist for the Maryland Department of Education and Eastern Shore of Maryland Educational Consortium
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August 28, 1991
Age; Residence 35; WestminsterSalary: $43,447Family: Wife: Barbara, pupil personnel worker for Carroll schools; her children, Laura, 16; Jessica, 12Education: Bachelor's degree, Lock Haven University, Lock Haven, Pa., 1978; master's degree in education, Western Maryland College, 1984Previous work experience:Social studies teacher for a private school in Los Angeles; history teacher at Southwestern School District, Pa.; teacher and guidance counselor at...
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By GREGORY KANE | February 17, 1999
MICHAEL GREEN, lawyer for Charles Smothers, the former Baltimore police officer who received the Order of the Shaft in late 1997, remembers the day he represented his client at a Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation hearing in April of last year.``The [Police] Department representative submitted two pieces of paper,'' Green recalled. ``Both papers said the No. 1 reason for the discharge was the Lexington Market shooting. The representative tried to brush off the No. 1 reason as an administrative/personnel department snafu.
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October 5, 2004
ROSEANN THERESA BIANCO of Fairfax, VA, passed away in the early morning hours of October 2, 2004, following a fierce but brief battle with Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma. Beloved wife, mother, daughter, grandmother, friend and colleague, Roseann was born on July 10, 1941 in New York, NY. She came to Fairfax with her husband and family in 1984. Roseann wan an avid deep sea angler, worked for the Department of Defense as a Civilian Personnel Specialist and was best friends to her two daughters.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | July 5, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- A 15-year county schools employee was denied a job promotion because she is a woman, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Carroll Circuit Court.Margaret A. Payne, a marketing teacher and department chairwoman at Westminster High School, says a less qualified man was hired last year for a personnel specialist job that she sought. She is seeking $1.5 million in damages from the Carroll County Board of Education.Last April, Ms. Payne was among three men and five woman interviewed for two openings as personnel specialist, a central office job. She was not chosen for either opening.
NEWS
February 9, 1992
Carroll County General Hospital has appointed Emily Runser as personnel specialist, in charge of coordinating personnel policies and procedures for the nearly 1,100 full-time and part-time employees who work at the 148-bed hospital.In announcing the appointment, Dale Middleton, a CCGH vice president who oversees human resource activities,said Runser is a welcome addition to the hospitals Personnel Department.Her goal is to expedite the recruitment and screening process forqualified applicants.
NEWS
August 28, 1991
Age; residence: 38; CockeysvilleSalary: $41,747Family: Single Education: Bachelor's degree in art education fromEdinboro University, Edinboro, Pa., 1974; master's of education in art, Edinboro University, 1978. Additional graduate study at Towson State University Previous work experience: Secondary art teacher in Korumburra, Victoria, Australia; elementary art teacher in Upper DauphinSchool District, Pa.; testing officer for Maryland Department of Education; certification specialist for the Maryland Department of Education and Eastern Shore of Maryland Educational Consortium
NEWS
August 28, 1991
Age; Residence 35; WestminsterSalary: $43,447Family: Wife: Barbara, pupil personnel worker for Carroll schools; her children, Laura, 16; Jessica, 12Education: Bachelor's degree, Lock Haven University, Lock Haven, Pa., 1978; master's degree in education, Western Maryland College, 1984Previous work experience:Social studies teacher for a private school in Los Angeles; history teacher at Southwestern School District, Pa.; teacher and guidance counselor at...
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 15, 1997
Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke today will honor 11 city employees for their outstanding service to the citizens of Baltimore, at the fourth annual employee recognition luncheon.The event will begin at 11: 30 a.m. at the Forum, 4210 Primrose Ave. in Southwest Baltimore.Winners of the Achievement Recognition Award, the city's highest honor, are: Lt. Mary Eilerman of the Southwestern District, and Geraldine Hale-Smallwood, principal of Cherry Hill Elementary School. Both women will be awarded five days' paid leave.
NEWS
February 1, 1993
A Carroll County jury took about an hour Friday to determine that county school officials didn't discriminate against a woman who was passed over for a promotion in 1991.The verdict was a disappointment to Margaret A. Payne, 45, TC 15-year employee who had filed a $1.5 million gender bias lawsuit against the school board after she denied a central office job in April 1991.The suit said that Ms. Payne, a Westminster High School marketing teacher and department chairwoman, was the victim of discrimination when she applied for one of two personnel specialist positions.
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