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September 16, 2005
On September 13, 2005, JOHN REID QUATTLEBAUM, beloved son of G. Reid and Stacey Ann Quattlebaum (nee Karpook) and beloved brother of Anna Kate Quattlebaum. Loving grandson of John and Pat Karpook and Glenn and Donna Quattlebaum. Dear great-grandson of Doris Karpook and Phyllis Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. V.K. Quattlebaum. Dear nephew of Jenny Karpook, Alicia and Jeff Redifer, Kathryn and Shaun Richburg, Cindy and Gary Karpook. Friends may call at the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc., 6500 York Road, (at Overbrook)
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | December 26, 2013
Last Thursday afternoon, Michael Quattlebaum Jr. waited to board a flight from New York's LaGuardia Airport to Raleigh, N.C., where the 27-year-old would spend Christmas with his mother. It was a familiar feeling, as Quattlebaum found himself sitting in airports many times this year. But those trips were different: Quattlebaum, a gay man, spent 2013 touring the world, from Singapore to Germany to Texas' South by Southwest Festival, under the female rap alias Mykki Blanco. On Saturday, he will add Baltimore to the list when Mykki headlines the Ottobar . Along with the May release of a strong EP titled "Betty Rubble: The Initiation," Quattlebaum says it was his growing reputation as "a really strong performer" that allowed him to tour internationally for the first time this year.
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BUSINESS
November 4, 2001
OPF workers honored by Realtors association O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA said that two employees, Jean Quattlebaum and Lee Hatfield, were honored with an Omega Tau Rho award by the Maryland Association of Realtors. The award is presented to individuals held in high esteem within the real estate industry. Quattlebaum is director of OPF's career counseling division, and Hatfield is an associate broker at OPF's Annapolis Plaza office. News in brief Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. announced its top selling and top listing associates in Howard County for September.
NEWS
September 16, 2005
On September 13, 2005, JOHN REID QUATTLEBAUM, beloved son of G. Reid and Stacey Ann Quattlebaum (nee Karpook) and beloved brother of Anna Kate Quattlebaum. Loving grandson of John and Pat Karpook and Glenn and Donna Quattlebaum. Dear great-grandson of Doris Karpook and Phyllis Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. V.K. Quattlebaum. Dear nephew of Jenny Karpook, Alicia and Jeff Redifer, Kathryn and Shaun Richburg, Cindy and Gary Karpook. Friends may call at the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc., 6500 York Road, (at Overbrook)
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Richard Irwin and Peter Hermann and Richard Irwin,Staff Writers | May 24, 1993
An off-duty Baltimore City police officer was killed late Saturday on Northern Parkway when his speeding motorcycle crashed into the side of a station wagon driven by a motorist whose Pennsylvania license had been suspended, authorities said yesterday.Officer Craig Joseph Simms, 28, of the 3300 block of Oakfield Ave., who had been assigned to the Northern District for three years, was pronounced dead at Sinai Hospital at 10:50 p.m., about 40 minutes after the accident.Agent Doug Price, a city police spokesman, said the officer was riding his 1991 Suzuki motorcycle west in the 3800 block of W. Northern Parkway, in Northwest Baltimore, when he hit the vehicle driven by Robert Leo Quattlebaum.
NEWS
June 10, 1991
Thomas D. Quattlebaum has been named the new executive director of the county Association of Realtors.Quattlebaum takes the position vacated by Lillian Gill, who retired after 25 years as executive director. Quattlebaum brings 20 years of experience in the real estate profession, including sales, appraising, sales management and building.He is expected to give a high priority to promotion of the business as a profession. He has extensive experience in public relations and public speaking.
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | November 9, 1992
Opponents of the proposed 682-acre Waverly Woods II development in Marriottsville and Woodstock are expected to complete their case tonight.The 13th night of testimony on a package of zoning changes that would allow a commercial, residential and golfing village in the rural north Howard County area will make the case the lengthiest considered by the Zoning Board since the mid-1970s.Jean Quattlebaum, president of Citizens Allied for Rational Growth, said she plans to outline a variety of reasons she TTC opposes the rezoning.
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By Peter Hermann and Richard Irwin and Peter Hermann and Richard Irwin,Staff Writers | May 24, 1993
An off-duty Baltimore City police officer was killed lat Saturday on Northern Parkway when his speeding motorcycle crashed into the side of a station wagon driven by a motorist whose license had been suspended, authorities said yesterday.Officer Craig Joseph Simms, 28, of the 3300 block of Oakfield Ave., who had been assigned to the Northern District for three years, was pronounced dead at Sinai Hospital at 10:50 p.m., about 40 minutes after the accident.Agent Doug Price, a city police spokesman, said Officer Sims was riding his 1991 Suzuki motorcycle west in the 3800 block of W. Northern Parkway, in Northwest Baltimore, when he hit the vehicle driven by Robert Leo Quattlebaum.
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | November 10, 1992
Opposition leaders leveled philosophical and technical objections last night to rezoning for the proposed 682-acre Waverly Woods II development in Marriottsville and Woodstock.Nearing the end of the longest county Zoning Board hearing since the 1970s, the witnesses argued for more than three hours against a package of zoning changes that would allow a commercial, residential and golfing village in the rural area just north of Interstate 70."For the last year and a half, I have been waiting for someone to prove to me why this [Waverly]
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | October 27, 1992
It may take more than a peace offering of muffins by County Councilwoman Shane Pendergrass, a 1st District Democrat, to get friends and foes of Waverly Woods II back together, but at least they'll be in the same room tonight.County Council members will sit as the Zoning Board for the 12th day of testimony on the proposed 682-acre commercial, residential and golfing village.Developers of the 30-year project, which would include 937 homes and 1.7 million square feet of office space, have presented their case, and opposition witnesses will continue testifying tonight.
BUSINESS
November 4, 2001
OPF workers honored by Realtors association O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA said that two employees, Jean Quattlebaum and Lee Hatfield, were honored with an Omega Tau Rho award by the Maryland Association of Realtors. The award is presented to individuals held in high esteem within the real estate industry. Quattlebaum is director of OPF's career counseling division, and Hatfield is an associate broker at OPF's Annapolis Plaza office. News in brief Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. announced its top selling and top listing associates in Howard County for September.
BUSINESS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Sun Staff Writer | January 27, 1995
Drawn by state incentives and the quality of life in Howard County, a California biotechnology company yesterday announced that it would move its headquarters to Maryland after it completes the acquisition of Columbia-based Crop Genetics International Corp.But the move, to be completed by the fall, will involve an undetermined number of layoffs at Crop Genetics' Columbia location, which has 60 workers, as well as at Biosys Inc.'s 40-person Palo Alto operations, which will be closed.The number of workers in Columbia will increase, Biosys said, but some of the jobs will be filled by transferred Californians.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Richard Irwin and Peter Hermann and Richard Irwin,Staff Writers | May 24, 1993
An off-duty Baltimore City police officer was killed late Saturday on Northern Parkway when his speeding motorcycle crashed into the side of a station wagon driven by a motorist whose Pennsylvania license had been suspended, authorities said yesterday.Officer Craig Joseph Simms, 28, of the 3300 block of Oakfield Ave., who had been assigned to the Northern District for three years, was pronounced dead at Sinai Hospital at 10:50 p.m., about 40 minutes after the accident.Agent Doug Price, a city police spokesman, said the officer was riding his 1991 Suzuki motorcycle west in the 3800 block of W. Northern Parkway, in Northwest Baltimore, when he hit the vehicle driven by Robert Leo Quattlebaum.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Richard Irwin and Peter Hermann and Richard Irwin,Staff Writers | May 24, 1993
An off-duty Baltimore City police officer was killed lat Saturday on Northern Parkway when his speeding motorcycle crashed into the side of a station wagon driven by a motorist whose license had been suspended, authorities said yesterday.Officer Craig Joseph Simms, 28, of the 3300 block of Oakfield Ave., who had been assigned to the Northern District for three years, was pronounced dead at Sinai Hospital at 10:50 p.m., about 40 minutes after the accident.Agent Doug Price, a city police spokesman, said Officer Sims was riding his 1991 Suzuki motorcycle west in the 3800 block of W. Northern Parkway, in Northwest Baltimore, when he hit the vehicle driven by Robert Leo Quattlebaum.
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | November 10, 1992
Opposition leaders leveled philosophical and technical objections last night to rezoning for the proposed 682-acre Waverly Woods II development in Marriottsville and Woodstock.Nearing the end of the longest county Zoning Board hearing since the 1970s, the witnesses argued for more than three hours against a package of zoning changes that would allow a commercial, residential and golfing village in the rural area just north of Interstate 70."For the last year and a half, I have been waiting for someone to prove to me why this [Waverly]
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | November 9, 1992
Opponents of the proposed 682-acre Waverly Woods II development in Marriottsville and Woodstock are expected to complete their case tonight.The 13th night of testimony on a package of zoning changes that would allow a commercial, residential and golfing village in the rural north Howard County area will make the case the lengthiest considered by the Zoning Board since the mid-1970s.Jean Quattlebaum, president of Citizens Allied for Rational Growth, said she plans to outline a variety of reasons she TTC opposes the rezoning.
BUSINESS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Sun Staff Writer | January 27, 1995
Drawn by state incentives and the quality of life in Howard County, a California biotechnology company yesterday announced that it would move its headquarters to Maryland after it completes the acquisition of Columbia-based Crop Genetics International Corp.But the move, to be completed by the fall, will involve an undetermined number of layoffs at Crop Genetics' Columbia location, which has 60 workers, as well as at Biosys Inc.'s 40-person Palo Alto operations, which will be closed.The number of workers in Columbia will increase, Biosys said, but some of the jobs will be filled by transferred Californians.
NEWS
By Patrick HickersonErik Nelson and Patrick HickersonErik Nelson,Staff Writer | June 14, 1992
A photo caption in Sunday's Howard County Sun incorrectly stated Ellicott City Realtor Jean Quattlebaum's position on growth in the Columbia area. Quattlebaum and members of a group she represents oppose a zoning petition for Waverly Woods II, a planned Ellicott City development that has been compared to Columbia's villages.We regret the errors.Although it is revered by community planners and its residents, Columbia could be called Spoiled Sibling by the county's western farming community, Den of Democrats by county Republicans, and Cul-de-Sac City by delivery men."
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | October 27, 1992
It may take more than a peace offering of muffins by County Councilwoman Shane Pendergrass, a 1st District Democrat, to get friends and foes of Waverly Woods II back together, but at least they'll be in the same room tonight.County Council members will sit as the Zoning Board for the 12th day of testimony on the proposed 682-acre commercial, residential and golfing village.Developers of the 30-year project, which would include 937 homes and 1.7 million square feet of office space, have presented their case, and opposition witnesses will continue testifying tonight.
NEWS
By Patrick HickersonErik Nelson and Patrick HickersonErik Nelson,Staff Writer | June 14, 1992
A photo caption in Sunday's Howard County Sun incorrectly stated Ellicott City Realtor Jean Quattlebaum's position on growth in the Columbia area. Quattlebaum and members of a group she represents oppose a zoning petition for Waverly Woods II, a planned Ellicott City development that has been compared to Columbia's villages.We regret the errors.Although it is revered by community planners and its residents, Columbia could be called Spoiled Sibling by the county's western farming community, Den of Democrats by county Republicans, and Cul-de-Sac City by delivery men."
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