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February 23, 2006
On February 21, 2006, RALPH LEROY of Baltimore Highland, MD, beloved husband of Brenda Lee Redden; loving father of Robert Lee Redden and Renee Lynn Redden-Schlein; devoted grandfather of Lexi, Stanley and Chase; dear brother of Paul Redden and Cathy Sellers. Friends may call on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the Gonce Funeral Service, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway, Baltimore, MD, where Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, February 25, at 11 A.M. Contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2011
William H. "Bill" Redden, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. metallurgist, died Tuesday from Alzheimer's disease and bone cancer at his Solomons home. He was 93 and had formerly lived in the Hampton neighborhood of Baltimore County. Mr. Redden was born and raised in Corsicana, Texas, where he graduated in 1934 from Corsicana High School. He attended college at the University of Texas and earned an engineering degree in 1938 from what was then Carnegie Institute, now Carnegie Mellon University.
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By M. Dion Thompson | May 31, 1991
When Franklin Carl Redden moved into Idamae Winterstein's home, her three children hailed him as their "new daddy," the man who would take them to Disney World.Thirty days after Redden's arrival, Winterstein's two surviving children knew him as the man who helped kill their baby brother.Yesterday, Redden was sentenced in Baltimore Circuit Court to 30 years in prison for the second-degree murder of 2-year-old David Winterstein, whose bruised and beaten body was found a year ago today. In handing down the sentence, Judge John Carroll Byrnes dismissed all calls for leniency or compassion toward Redden.
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By Julie Bykowicz, The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2010
Less than a month after bruising top-of-ticket losses on Election Day, Maryland Republicans have quickly discovered life after Ehrlich, seating a new lineup of local elected officials on the party's bench and fielding a surprisingly diverse range of candidates for state chairman. The resounding defeat of Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., who was seeking a return as governor, solidified Maryland's standing as among the most heavily Democratic states. Gov. Martin O'Malley coasted to re-election, and Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski easily won a fifth term.
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By Raymond Sanchez and Raymond Sanchez,Evening Sun Staff | May 31, 1991
A year ago today, police officers walked into the Highlandtown rowhouse where a 2 1/2 -year-old boy had been murdered and found Franklin Carl Redden smiling."
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By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,Staff Writer | October 27, 1992
The living room of the Shrewsburys' East Lombard Street rowhouse bore the marks of a battle -- pictures askew, blood stains on the upholstery, and blood caked on the crystal ashtray 79-year-old Mona Shrewsbury used to clout an intruder who barged in with a club.The stranger threatened to kill the family, forcing them to defend themselves with fists, the ashtray and a machete, before he was chased outside and began fighting in the street with Mrs. Shrewsbury's great-grandson.Minutes later, police arrived and the stranger was shot and killed by officers, allegedly after he came out from a hiding place beneath a car holding a knife and gun.Police said yesterday they did not know why the man had attacked the family.
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By Sheridan Lyons | May 2, 1991
Expert testimony that a mother who murdered her 2 1/2 -year-old son was herself abused as a child failed yesterday to move a Baltimore Circuit Court judge, who handed Idamae Winterstein the maximum 30-year prison sentence.Winterstein, 30, pleaded guilty March 20 to second-degree murder in the death of David Michael Winterstein at their home in the 200 block of South Conkling Street last May 31.At the time of the plea, Judge Elsbeth L. Bothe rejected Winterstein's tearful claim that she hadn't done anything to David, even though she was pleading guilty.
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By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 9, 2005
NEW YORK - "Shall we go sit on some Kennedy furniture?" David Redden, a Sotheby's auctioneer, knows how to make an enticing offer. He folds himself onto a chintz couch on which any number of Kennedys no doubt sat during its lifetime in Hyannis Port. Sotheby's has placed a $1,500 estimate on the well-worn sofa, but Redden, who will lead next week's auction of property from five Kennedy homes, knows its connection to the family will send the price far higher. Redden knows that any sign of the Kennedy touch holds value.
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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | November 11, 1995
Ten hours after the fire started at the Hollins Street Exchange yesterday, the smoke lingered up a trash-strewn block of Hollins Street over Adell Redden's gardens of collard greens and sweet potatoes.The former president of Boyd-Booth Concerned Citizens Inc. had been up all night at her house, two blocks from the 11-alarm fire, where she listened to sirens and watched the flames and smoke.By morning, two homeless men knocked on her door for breakfast.They had been living in the vacant building where the fire started, then spread across the street and destroyed the seven-story, brick Hollins Street Exchange, where artists, furniture makers and musicians worked and lived.
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By Tim Baker | September 14, 2003
IF YOU'VE ever wondered how to tell the difference between Setaria glauca and Setaria viridis, then you might want to join Mac Plant and Roger Redden on one of their Saturday morning botany field trips. Bring a magnifying glass because you'll have to count the tiny bristles beneath the florets in order to distinguish yellow bristle grass from the green bristle species. You'll also need a notebook in which to jot down these botanical characteristics, and not just the specimens' common names but their Latin ones, too. Professor Plant and Professor Redden may not be academics, but they'll want you to remember both when you go out with them again.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | January 31, 2008
Roger D. Redden, who spent most of his legal career as a partner at Piper and Marbury and maintained a lifelong interest in architecture and travel, died Tuesday from a cerebral hemorrhage at Union Memorial Hospital. He was 75. "His death has really hit me hard. He was a dear friend and one of the finest attorneys I've ever known. I'd rank him No. 1 in the way he practiced law and treated people," Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin, a Maryland Democrat, said yesterday. Mr. Cardin said that when he was speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates, he frequently consulted Mr. Redden for advice.
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May 27, 2006
On May 25, 2006, BETTY LOU (nee Jenkins); dear wife of Paul E., Sr.; beloved mother of Donald Jenkins and his spouse Denise, and the late Paul E., Jr; loving sister-in-law of Cathy Hamlet. The family will receive friends at Fink Funeral Home, P.A., 426 Crain Highway SW (at 5th Avenue) on Saturday from 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. and Sunday 3-5 and 7-8 where services will follow the viewing at 8 P.M. Interment Tuesday 9 A.M. at Glen Haven Cemetery.
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February 23, 2006
On February 21, 2006, RALPH LEROY of Baltimore Highland, MD, beloved husband of Brenda Lee Redden; loving father of Robert Lee Redden and Renee Lynn Redden-Schlein; devoted grandfather of Lexi, Stanley and Chase; dear brother of Paul Redden and Cathy Sellers. Friends may call on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the Gonce Funeral Service, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway, Baltimore, MD, where Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, February 25, at 11 A.M. Contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society.
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By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 9, 2005
NEW YORK - "Shall we go sit on some Kennedy furniture?" David Redden, a Sotheby's auctioneer, knows how to make an enticing offer. He folds himself onto a chintz couch on which any number of Kennedys no doubt sat during its lifetime in Hyannis Port. Sotheby's has placed a $1,500 estimate on the well-worn sofa, but Redden, who will lead next week's auction of property from five Kennedy homes, knows its connection to the family will send the price far higher. Redden knows that any sign of the Kennedy touch holds value.
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By Tim Baker | September 14, 2003
IF YOU'VE ever wondered how to tell the difference between Setaria glauca and Setaria viridis, then you might want to join Mac Plant and Roger Redden on one of their Saturday morning botany field trips. Bring a magnifying glass because you'll have to count the tiny bristles beneath the florets in order to distinguish yellow bristle grass from the green bristle species. You'll also need a notebook in which to jot down these botanical characteristics, and not just the specimens' common names but their Latin ones, too. Professor Plant and Professor Redden may not be academics, but they'll want you to remember both when you go out with them again.
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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | November 11, 1995
Ten hours after the fire started at the Hollins Street Exchange yesterday, the smoke lingered up a trash-strewn block of Hollins Street over Adell Redden's gardens of collard greens and sweet potatoes.The former president of Boyd-Booth Concerned Citizens Inc. had been up all night at her house, two blocks from the 11-alarm fire, where she listened to sirens and watched the flames and smoke.By morning, two homeless men knocked on her door for breakfast.They had been living in the vacant building where the fire started, then spread across the street and destroyed the seven-story, brick Hollins Street Exchange, where artists, furniture makers and musicians worked and lived.
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By Pat O'Malley | October 11, 1991
Known as the "ambassador of amateur boxing" around the world, Emerson Smith, the former Navy boxing coach, received his just due last weekend in Concord, Calif., when he was inducted into the USA Boxing Hall of Fame.Formerly known as the U.S. Amateur Boxing Federation, USA Boxing is the governing body of non-professional boxing. Smith wasinducted at the organization's annual convention, and it was a big moment for the 71-year-old of Annapolis."It was quite a surprise, quite a thrill," said Smith, who is thenational safety chairman for the organization and is the pioneer of the thumbless glove and headgear for boxers.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2011
William H. "Bill" Redden, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. metallurgist, died Tuesday from Alzheimer's disease and bone cancer at his Solomons home. He was 93 and had formerly lived in the Hampton neighborhood of Baltimore County. Mr. Redden was born and raised in Corsicana, Texas, where he graduated in 1934 from Corsicana High School. He attended college at the University of Texas and earned an engineering degree in 1938 from what was then Carnegie Institute, now Carnegie Mellon University.
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By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,Staff Writer | October 27, 1992
The living room of the Shrewsburys' East Lombard Street rowhouse bore the marks of a battle -- pictures askew, blood stains on the upholstery, and blood caked on the crystal ashtray 79-year-old Mona Shrewsbury used to clout an intruder who barged in with a club.The stranger threatened to kill the family, forcing them to defend themselves with fists, the ashtray and a machete, before he was chased outside and began fighting in the street with Mrs. Shrewsbury's great-grandson.Minutes later, police arrived and the stranger was shot and killed by officers, allegedly after he came out from a hiding place beneath a car holding a knife and gun.Police said yesterday they did not know why the man had attacked the family.
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By Pat O'Malley | October 11, 1991
Known as the "ambassador of amateur boxing" around the world, Emerson Smith, the former Navy boxing coach, received his just due last weekend in Concord, Calif., when he was inducted into the USA Boxing Hall of Fame.Formerly known as the U.S. Amateur Boxing Federation, USA Boxing is the governing body of non-professional boxing. Smith wasinducted at the organization's annual convention, and it was a big moment for the 71-year-old of Annapolis."It was quite a surprise, quite a thrill," said Smith, who is thenational safety chairman for the organization and is the pioneer of the thumbless glove and headgear for boxers.
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