June 12, 2012
The title of this episode best sums up the problem that each and every housewife has been struggling with for years: "Say what you mean, but don't say it mean. " The first major event in the episode is when Ramona and Luanne decide to meet up at the park for their "confrontation. " I guess this was the last resort since they have tried and failed at having a productive talk in a restaurant and a party setting. Anyway, their attempt to resolve their issues started out as well as it could
but it went downhill from there.
August 30, 2006
A candidate for the Orphans' Court of Baltimore City has erroneously suggested in official correspondence that she is a current member of the court, according to a letter released yesterday by the Maryland Judicial Campaign Conduct Committee. The committee criticized Ramona Moore Baker for having a business card and signing letters as "Ramona Moore Baker, Judge of The Orphans Court. Balt. City" and for sending a fax with the heading "Judge of the Orphans Court." "It is the committee's determination that the materials disseminated by you or those under your authority ... are misleading," said the Aug. 28 letter, addressed to Moore Baker and signed by committee co-chairmen George Beall, a former U.S. attorney for Maryland, and Stephen H. Sachs, a former Maryland attorney general.
August 7, 2012
Well, Bravo jumped right into the drama on this week's episode of "The Real Housewives of New York City. " For some reason Sonja thought it would be a good idea to invite Ramona to her business meeting with Heather and James, the logo designer. The whole meeting was a disaster since Ramona kept interrupting and influencing Sonja on the design. Also, Ramona picked up her phone, causing the whole meeting to stop. However, Ramona thinks that the meeting isn't going well because Heather is intimidated that she is also a successful businesswoman.
July 5, 2007
Jean Ramona Moore, a retired coronary care nurse, died of heart failure June 28 at St. Agnes Medical Center. The West Baltimore resident was 78. Born Jean Ramona Horsey in Baltimore and raised on Etting Street, she was a 1948 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School. She earned a bachelor's degree in nursing from the University of Maryland. She nursed at the Veterans Administration and U.S. Public Health Service hospitals before retiring in 1988. She worked in coronary care. She enjoyed making ceramics, and making her own outfits, as well as curtains and draperies.
November 8, 2000
"I love 'The Best Friend' by R. L. Stine because it is a horror book. It is a scary book. I like reading it at night; it gives me the chills." -- Natasha Petroff, Highlandtown Middle School " 'Ramona the Pest' by Beverly Cleary is a really funny book. I think it was funny because Ramona yells in a funny way, and Ramona was so excited she was going to be in a Halloween parade. She was going to be a witch. She always said, 'I'm the baddest witch in the world!' All that stuff made me laugh really hard.
October 3, 2001
"Ramona Quimby, Age 8 by Beverly Cleary is about a mischievous little girl and how hard it is being 8. She even cracks a raw egg on her head in the school cafeteria! I liked the book because as a third-grader I can relate to some of Ramona's difficulties." -- Ayana Parker-Morrison Roland Park Elementary "I really liked Volcanoes: Mountains of Fire by Eric Arnold. It was interesting to learn that many planets have volcanoes. Although they can erupt and harm many people and animals, they are still important.
June 19, 2005
On Thursday, June 18, 2005, ELLEN WISSMANN (nee Glanville), 87, of Florissant, Missouri, went peacefully to be with her Lord. She was formerly from Randallstown, Maryland. She was a homemaker and wife who devoted herself to her family. She was preceded in death by her husband, John, in 1987. Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Bonnie and Morris Turner, and sons Ron Wissmann and Wayne Wissmann and sisters Nellie Creel, Ramona Powell and Pearl Brewer, and brothers Clayton, Clarence, Doug and Charles Granville.
March 14, 2006
On March 9, 2006, RAMONAFriends may call MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue on Tuesday after 9 A.M. The family will receive friends at Greater Gethsemane Missionary Baptist Church, 2525 E. Preston Street on Wednesday at 11:30 A.M. Services will follow at 12 P.M.
April 19, 2004
On Saturday, April 17, 2004, in Frederick, MD-Mrs. GLADYS RAMONA REMSBERG, 75 local businesswoman and community volunteer, of Frederick, MD; beloved wife of the late Charles Henry Remsberg; loving sister of William Monroe Corun and wife, Nancy, of Timonium; Patsy Corun Cochran, of Frederick; aunt of William Corun, Jr., and wife Karen, Lutz, Fla., Mark Buxton and wife, Yvonne Pinesville, S.C., Sharon Giorgio, of Timonium, Alicia Buxton and George Boyer,...