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November 13, 2004
On November 6, 2004, LANCE PRELLER, age 53, a native of Baltimore, MD passed suddenly at his home in Great Barrier Island, New Zealand. We all remember Lance for his love of family, friends, nature and his worldly travels. Son of Larry Preller and the late Marie Preller; step-son of Doris Preller and survived by the love of his life, Joan Lazzati and his six siblings, Deborah Gelin, Rita Preller, Lauren Preller Lein, Joseph Preller, Adam Preller, Patrick Preller and many relatives and friends.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 26, 2011
Larry P. Preller, who owned and operated a construction business and was a tank operator during World War II, died of congestive heart failure Feb. 18 at his Mount Washington home. He was 86. Born Lawrence Preller in Baltimore and raised on Sinclair Lane, he attended Mount St. Joseph High School. At 17, he enlisted in the Army during World War II and was part of the 41st Tank Division of Gen. George S. Patton's 3rd Army. Family members said he crossed Europe in a tank and was among the first troops to liberate the Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria.
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October 12, 2003
On September 25, 2003, DONALD LEE PRELLER, JR.; beloved son of Marie A. (nee Mooney) and the late Donald L. Preller, Sr.; father of Donald L, III and grandfather of Daniel; cherished brother of Stephen Preller and Lisa Wilde; loving uncle of Holly and Lauren Preller and Jill Wilde. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, October 17 at 11 A.M. in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 8501 Loch Raven Blvd.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | January 14, 2011
David John Preller Sr., a Baltimore attorney who had been chairman of the old State Board of Movie Censors, died Jan. 6 of a massive stroke at St. Joseph Medical Center. The longtime Brooklandville resident was 87. Mr. Preller, the son of grocers, was born in Baltimore and raised on Kennedy Avenue. After graduating in 1941 from City College, he went to work at the old Glenn L. Martin Co. plant in Middle River. Mr. Preller enlisted in the Army Air Force in 1943 and after being trained as a B-24 Liberator Bomber nose gunner, he was assigned to the 15th Air Force 464th Bomb Group in Italy, where he completed 50 missions over Germany.
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December 24, 2003
Suddenly on December 20, 2003 HENRY P. PRELLER, beloved husband of Ann E. Preller (nee Willey); devoted father of Sharon L. Preller; loving brother of Walter J. Preller. Henry P. Preller enlisted in the Army Air Corps during WWII and served as a Nose Gunner on B-24 Bombers with the 15th Air Force flying 23 missions from a base in Italy. He received a Purple Heart and the Air Metal with 3 Clusters during his Tour of Duty. He was a State Farm Insurance AGent for over 35 years. Golf was his passion and he enjoyed his tomato garden grown from seed.
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By Joanna Brenner | August 3, 2008
fotopopART 813 W. 36th St., Hampden 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday; 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday 410-235-0808; fotopopart.com Looking for a different angle on art? Baltimore native Lauren Preller's new gallery, fotopopART, is a perfect fit for the contemporary art scene in Hampden. Preller displays and sells artwork created by a unique process. She starts with her original photography and then digitally manipulates layers of photos to be created for print on linens and canvases. While about half the pieces in her gallery are created by artists from all over the United States, Preller is the mastermind behind these pieces she calls "ultra chrome ink on canvas."
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By Marcia Myers and Marcia Myers,Staff Writer | January 17, 1994
Towson lawyer David J. Preller Jr. never considered himself a writer. But he thought up a lively comedy several years ago, committed it to paper, and shipped it to a film production company based at Warner Bros. in Burbank, Calif.He didn't hear a word. When a year passed and he inquired about his manuscript -- which featured a young, handsome, sexist man who is transformed by a heavenly being and returns to Earth as a woman -- he was told that it wasn't to the producer's taste. The manuscript apparently had been lost or misplaced, an assistant said.
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By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,SUN ARCHITECTURE CRITIC | March 7, 2005
One of the largest buildings in Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood will soon play a large role in its revitalization. Hampden Hall, a former veterans' meeting hall that looms above the shops at the southeast corner of 36th Street and Roland Avenue, will be converted to 14 loft-style apartments by mid-2006. Baltimore businessmen Joe Preller and Bob Geis bought the building last year and plan to create two-level apartments that they will rent for $750 to $1,100 per month. Both say they already own "high-end" rental apartments in Hampden and believe there is a strong demand for more.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1996
Three guys in construction, in their early 30s. One's married, the others are "in search of." It's a jungle out there. They seek shelter in a Sunday night support group.Jon Riggle, Mike Breschi and Joe Preller realize they have 45 years of dating experience among them. They debate. They scour their souls. They rethink those wild and crazy college years. It's time to grow up, they realize. They cultivate honorable, sobering, safe-sex thoughts.They take notes. Three years later, a self-published book is born: "Dating with Success: Proven Methods and Practical Suggestions."
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By Joanna Brenner | August 3, 2008
fotopopART 813 W. 36th St., Hampden 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday; 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday 410-235-0808; fotopopart.com Looking for a different angle on art? Baltimore native Lauren Preller's new gallery, fotopopART, is a perfect fit for the contemporary art scene in Hampden. Preller displays and sells artwork created by a unique process. She starts with her original photography and then digitally manipulates layers of photos to be created for print on linens and canvases. While about half the pieces in her gallery are created by artists from all over the United States, Preller is the mastermind behind these pieces she calls "ultra chrome ink on canvas."
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By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,SUN ARCHITECTURE CRITIC | March 7, 2005
One of the largest buildings in Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood will soon play a large role in its revitalization. Hampden Hall, a former veterans' meeting hall that looms above the shops at the southeast corner of 36th Street and Roland Avenue, will be converted to 14 loft-style apartments by mid-2006. Baltimore businessmen Joe Preller and Bob Geis bought the building last year and plan to create two-level apartments that they will rent for $750 to $1,100 per month. Both say they already own "high-end" rental apartments in Hampden and believe there is a strong demand for more.
NEWS
November 13, 2004
On November 6, 2004, LANCE PRELLER, age 53, a native of Baltimore, MD passed suddenly at his home in Great Barrier Island, New Zealand. We all remember Lance for his love of family, friends, nature and his worldly travels. Son of Larry Preller and the late Marie Preller; step-son of Doris Preller and survived by the love of his life, Joan Lazzati and his six siblings, Deborah Gelin, Rita Preller, Lauren Preller Lein, Joseph Preller, Adam Preller, Patrick Preller and many relatives and friends.
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December 26, 2003
Suddenly on December 20, 2003 HENRY P. PRELLER, beloved husband of Ann E. Preller (nee Willey); devoted father of Sharon L. Preller; loving brother of Walter J. Preller. Henry P. Preller enlisted in the Army Air Corps during WWII and served as a Nose Gunner on B-24 Bombers with the 15th Air Force flying 23 missions from a base in Italy. He received a Purple Heart and the Air Metal with 3 Clusters during his Tour of Duty. He was a State Farm Insurance AGent for over 35 years. Golf was his passion and he enjoyed his tomato garden grown from seed.
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October 12, 2003
On September 25, 2003, DONALD LEE PRELLER, JR.; beloved son of Marie A. (nee Mooney) and the late Donald L. Preller, Sr.; father of Donald L, III and grandfather of Daniel; cherished brother of Stephen Preller and Lisa Wilde; loving uncle of Holly and Lauren Preller and Jill Wilde. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, October 17 at 11 A.M. in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 8501 Loch Raven Blvd.
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