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February 9, 2004
On February 7, 2004, MARY S. (nee Sturm); beloved wife of the late Giles W. Riesner, Sr.; mother of Giles W. Riesner, Jr., Mary Jane Mannion, Linda Gilbert, Miriam Powell and Robert Riesner; grandmother of Michael, Nicholas and Kelly Mannion, Matthew and Christine Gilbert and Eric and Kristen Powell and Bobby, Frannie, Katie and Emily Riesner; sister of Betty Broderick, Jane Geipe, Frannie Hviding, the late Maurice Sturm, Jr. and the late Anne Sturm....
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April 1, 2006
On March 30, 2006, ALICE MAY (nee Barlipp) BECKER of Westminster, beloved wife of the late Chester E. Becker, Sr., devoted mother of Chester E. Becker, Jr., Donald K. Becker, Sr. and Patricia M. Riesner, loving mother-in-law of Ann Becker, Lorie Becker and John J. Riesner, Sr., dear sister of Melvin R. Barlipp and his wife Doris E. and the late Donald Lester Barlipp, dear grandmother of Dale Edward Becker, John Joseph Riesner, Jr., Christopher Michael Becker,...
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June 10, 2004
THOMAS ADAM GANZE "TOMMY", age 20, of Warrenton, VA, on June 9, 2004; son of Mary Clare Riesner Ganze and Robert Harley Ganze; brother of Natalie Clare Ganze; grandson of Mary S. Riesner and Jeanne Ganze; nephew of William (Sharon) Riesner, John (Patricia) Riesner, Paul (Karen) Riesner, Mark (Debbie) Riesner, Shelley Goedert, Rebecca (Kemp) Long, Joel (Cathy) Ganze. Also survived by 15 cousins. The family will receive friends on Friday from 6 to 9 P.M. at Moser Funeral Home, 233 Broadview Avenue, Warrenton, VA. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Saturday, June 12, 11 A.M. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
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March 22, 2006
On March 20, 2006, GERTRUDE MARILYN SIMON, beloved wife of David Paul Simon; devoted mother of Kara Harris, Troy Simmers and Erin Simmers, children of first marriage to Clarke W. Simmers (deceased) and step-children Doug Simon, Donald Simon and Sharon Simon; grandmother of Eric, Tisa, Kayla, Briana, Sophia, Marilyn, Autumn and Max; beloved daughter of Gertrude Isabelle Riesner and the late Ronald George Riesner is survived by her mother and her twelve brothers and sisters Carolyn, Bernadette, Wayne, Suzanne, Billy, Tommy, Mary Ellen, Eddie, Roger, Joe, Steve, Kathy and the late Ronald Riesner.
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March 22, 2006
On March 20, 2006, GERTRUDE MARILYN SIMON, beloved wife of David Paul Simon; devoted mother of Kara Harris, Troy Simmers and Erin Simmers, children of first marriage to Clarke W. Simmers (deceased) and step-children Doug Simon, Donald Simon and Sharon Simon; grandmother of Eric, Tisa, Kayla, Briana, Sophia, Marilyn, Autumn and Max; beloved daughter of Gertrude Isabelle Riesner and the late Ronald George Riesner is survived by her mother and her twelve brothers and sisters Carolyn, Bernadette, Wayne, Suzanne, Billy, Tommy, Mary Ellen, Eddie, Roger, Joe, Steve, Kathy and the late Ronald Riesner.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 19, 1999
The mother of a teen-ager who authorities said is responsible for the six-alarm Ellicott City fire last week was charged with one count of malicious destruction of property, Howard County police reported yesterday.Patricia Anne Riesner, 38, of the 2000 block of E. Hoffman St. in Baltimore was arrested Tuesday afternoon as she scrawled messages on plywood boards attached to the facades of the burned-out buildings on Main Street, police said.She told police she wrote the messages -- which appeared to imply that someone else started the fire -- to defend her son, Matthew Riesner, 17, of Pasadena.
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,SUN STAFF | November 8, 2000
With an auction scheduled for Monday, Super Pride Markets has begun the process of satisfying its creditors' claims after closing all eight of its stores over the past four months, according to the company's management consultant. "This is unfortunately the liquidation of the supermarket," said Robert Riesner, president of KMR Management Inc. of Willow Grove, Pa., which works with distressed companies. "It's pretty much the conclusion. We had hoped for [a turnaround] but it just didn't materialize."
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | October 3, 2000
Three months after closing three of its eight supermarkets, Baltimore-based Super Pride Markets will close its remaining stores, the company's management consultant said yesterday. Once one of the city's largest independent supermarket chains, Super Pride shut down its Cherry Hill Road location Thursday. The chain plans to close its other four stores, said Robert Riesner, president of KMR Management Inc. of Willow Grove, Pa., which specializes in helping troubled companies. Employees and managers also said the stores at Harford Avenue; Lafayette Avenue and Payson Street; West Belvedere Avenue; and Liberty Road will close, but it was unclear when that would happen.
NEWS
April 1, 2006
On March 30, 2006, ALICE MAY (nee Barlipp) BECKER of Westminster, beloved wife of the late Chester E. Becker, Sr., devoted mother of Chester E. Becker, Jr., Donald K. Becker, Sr. and Patricia M. Riesner, loving mother-in-law of Ann Becker, Lorie Becker and John J. Riesner, Sr., dear sister of Melvin R. Barlipp and his wife Doris E. and the late Donald Lester Barlipp, dear grandmother of Dale Edward Becker, John Joseph Riesner, Jr., Christopher Michael Becker,...
BUSINESS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Staff Writer | January 7, 1994
Robert Riesner strolls along grocery carts piled high with twisted dolls, half-opened medicine boxes and assorted other mutilated merchandise. On the other side of the aisle is exercise equipment that is definitely out of shape."
NEWS
June 10, 2004
THOMAS ADAM GANZE "TOMMY", age 20, of Warrenton, VA, on June 9, 2004; son of Mary Clare Riesner Ganze and Robert Harley Ganze; brother of Natalie Clare Ganze; grandson of Mary S. Riesner and Jeanne Ganze; nephew of William (Sharon) Riesner, John (Patricia) Riesner, Paul (Karen) Riesner, Mark (Debbie) Riesner, Shelley Goedert, Rebecca (Kemp) Long, Joel (Cathy) Ganze. Also survived by 15 cousins. The family will receive friends on Friday from 6 to 9 P.M. at Moser Funeral Home, 233 Broadview Avenue, Warrenton, VA. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Saturday, June 12, 11 A.M. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
NEWS
February 9, 2004
On February 7, 2004, MARY S. (nee Sturm); beloved wife of the late Giles W. Riesner, Sr.; mother of Giles W. Riesner, Jr., Mary Jane Mannion, Linda Gilbert, Miriam Powell and Robert Riesner; grandmother of Michael, Nicholas and Kelly Mannion, Matthew and Christine Gilbert and Eric and Kristen Powell and Bobby, Frannie, Katie and Emily Riesner; sister of Betty Broderick, Jane Geipe, Frannie Hviding, the late Maurice Sturm, Jr. and the late Anne Sturm....
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,SUN STAFF | November 8, 2000
With an auction scheduled for Monday, Super Pride Markets has begun the process of satisfying its creditors' claims after closing all eight of its stores over the past four months, according to the company's management consultant. "This is unfortunately the liquidation of the supermarket," said Robert Riesner, president of KMR Management Inc. of Willow Grove, Pa., which works with distressed companies. "It's pretty much the conclusion. We had hoped for [a turnaround] but it just didn't materialize."
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | October 3, 2000
Three months after closing three of its eight supermarkets, Baltimore-based Super Pride Markets will close its remaining stores, the company's management consultant said yesterday. Once one of the city's largest independent supermarket chains, Super Pride shut down its Cherry Hill Road location Thursday. The chain plans to close its other four stores, said Robert Riesner, president of KMR Management Inc. of Willow Grove, Pa., which specializes in helping troubled companies. Employees and managers also said the stores at Harford Avenue; Lafayette Avenue and Payson Street; West Belvedere Avenue; and Liberty Road will close, but it was unclear when that would happen.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 19, 1999
The mother of a teen-ager who authorities said is responsible for the six-alarm Ellicott City fire last week was charged with one count of malicious destruction of property, Howard County police reported yesterday.Patricia Anne Riesner, 38, of the 2000 block of E. Hoffman St. in Baltimore was arrested Tuesday afternoon as she scrawled messages on plywood boards attached to the facades of the burned-out buildings on Main Street, police said.She told police she wrote the messages -- which appeared to imply that someone else started the fire -- to defend her son, Matthew Riesner, 17, of Pasadena.
NEWS
By Kris Antonelli and Alice Lukens and Kris Antonelli and Alice Lukens,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1999
A 17-year-old restaurant cook whose "careless" smoking was cited yesterday as the cause of last week's devastating fire in historic Ellicott City says the blaze was an "act of God.""If it was a cigarette, it was an act of God. It was just meant to be," said Matthew Riesner, who worked as a cook at Main Street Blues, where the fire started Nov. 9. "It could have happened to anyone."The fire destroyed five businesses and four apartments on Main Street, causing $2 million in damage. State fire investigators said it was accidentally caused when the youth went on a "smoke break" behind the restaurant.
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By Kris Antonelli and Alice Lukens and Kris Antonelli and Alice Lukens,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1999
A 17-year-old restaurant cook whose "careless" smoking was cited yesterday as the cause of last week's devastating fire in historic Ellicott City says the blaze was an "act of God.""If it was a cigarette, it was an act of God. It was just meant to be," said Matthew Riesner, who worked as a cook at Main Street Blues, where the fire started Nov. 9. "It could have happened to anyone."The fire destroyed five businesses and four apartments on Main Street, causing $2 million in damage. State fire investigators said it was accidentally caused when the youth went on a "smoke break" behind the restaurant.
BUSINESS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Staff Writer | January 7, 1994
Robert Riesner strolls along grocery carts piled high with twisted dolls, half-opened medicine boxes and assorted other mutilated merchandise. On the other side of the aisle is exercise equipment that is definitely out of shape."
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