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June 14, 2004
On June 10, 2004; LOUIS G. "BUD" ROEMER, Retired Major, Baltimore County Police Department. Beloved husband of the late Eva Roemer; loving brother of the late John E. Roemer; dear uncle of Judy Roemer, John Roemer, Jr. and his wife Marie Di Fabbio-Roemer. Friends may call at the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Route 702 (Beltway Exit 36) on Saturday and Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. Funeral Services on Monday at 11 AM. Internment Zion Church Cemetery.
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June 2, 2012
Stop the presses! Buddy Roemer is no longer running for president. If Mr. Roemer's name doesn't ring a bell, don't feel bad. Although he has been campaigning doggedly for a year and a half, most Americans surely have never heard his name. Mr. Roemer, a former governor of Louisiana, has the distinction - a dubious one, to be sure - of failing miserably to gain the 2012 presidential nomination of not one but two distinct political entities: the Republican Party and the nonpartisan group Americans Elect.
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NEWS
May 26, 2004
On May 23, 2004 HENRY JOHN ROEMER, JR. beloved husband of Brenda J. Roemer (nee Brown); devoted father of Janice Tsigounis and her husband Nicholas, Barney Brammer, Anthony Brammer and his wife Diane; beloved son of Gertrude Roemer (nee Lehner) and the late Henry J. Roemer, Sr.; dear brother of Louis Roemer and his wife Susie, Catherine Smith and her husband Rodney and Phillip Roemer; dear grandfather of Michele Brammer; dear uncle of Christina Nathan and her husband Geoffrey, Michael H. Smith, Susan and Michael Blake; dear grand-uncle of Ali Nathan, Nichole and Justin Blake.
NEWS
January 28, 2012
I urge my fellow citizens not to give in to despair over the choices being offered in this year's presidential elections. As an independent who is fiscally conservative, socially liberal and believes there is an appropriate role for government in our lives, I ask you to consider Buddy Roemer for president. We need economic reform, regulatory reform, tax reform, health care reform and education reform. But unless we achieve campaign finance reform, there's not chance of getting sensible reforms in any of these areas.
NEWS
May 3, 2005
On April 30, 2005, CATHERINE I. ROEMER (nee Hecker), born March 27, 1911; beloved wife of the late Joseph P. Roemer, Sr.; beloved mother of William J. Roemer and his wife Mary, Diane I. Jann, Patricia T. Mitchell and her husband Paul, Joseph P. Roemer, Jr. and his wife Kathleen, Kathleen M. Murk and her husband Richard and John R. Roemer and his wife Carol; dear sister of Alice R. Webster; dear sister-in-law of John and Helen Roemer. She is also survived by fourteen grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
NEWS
February 27, 2003
Mary J. Roemer, 80, computer programmer Mary J. Roemer, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. computer programmer, died of cancer Sunday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. She was 80 and had lived in Dundalk for nearly a half-century. The former Mary J. Sewell was born and raised in Tonkawa, Okla., and lived in Texas City, Texas, before moving to Dundalk in 1954. She worked as a barmaid before going to work at the Sparrows Point plant of Beth Steel as a keypunch operator in 1956.
NEWS
November 29, 2006
On November 20, 2006, CHICK R. WEST; survived by three brothers, Rodney Roemer, Michael Roemer and Eric Roemer; sister, Frieda Kinney. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Services private.
NEWS
By Jack W. Germond & Jules Witcover | April 26, 1991
Baton Rouge, La. -- NATIONAL REPUBLICAN leaders were overjoyed when Gov. Buddy Roemer of Louisiana left the Democratic Party to join them. Roemer was quickly rushed to the White House to be embraced for the cameras by President Bush.But not all Louisiana Republicans are as enthusiastic about their new best friend. And their reluctance to accept him points to a fundamental division within the party over whether it should soften its Jack W.Germond &JulesWitcoverhard line on touchy issues to reach more black voters and white moderates.
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By Jack W. Germond & Jules Witcover | March 14, 1991
Washington--LOUISIANA Gov. Buddy Roemer's decision to defect from the Democratic Party and run for re-election as a Republican is another clear signal of the resurgence of the race factor in American politics today.The political calculations involved in the switch are obvious. If Roemer had run as a moderately conservative Democrat, which is what he has been, he would have faced the prospect that most of the white vote in Louisiana -- roughly three-fourths of the total -- could have been split among himself, David Duke and a Republican candidate of some prominence such as former Gov. David Treen.
NEWS
June 17, 1996
The Rev. David Allan Hubbard,68, an Old Testament scholar who retired in 1993 after 30 years as president of the Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif., died June 7 of a heart attack at his home in Santa Barbara, Calif.Marjorie Gross,40, a writer and producer of the television series "Seinfeld," who also wrote a humorous article about her ovarian cancer in the New Yorker in April, died of the illness June 7 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.Olive Pharaoh,69, the oldest member and guiding spirit of the Montauk Indian Nation that is fighting to reclaim its tribal homeland in Montauk, Long Island, N.Y., died Wednesday of a bacterial blood infection in Sag Harbor, N.Y.Theodora Ayer Randolph,90, who rode the Virginia hunt country long enough and well enough to become known as the first lady of fox hunting, died Tuesday at her Oakley Farm home in Upperville, Va. It had been years since she galloped over the vast expanse of farmland that makes up the grounds of the 150-year-old landowners association known as the Piedmont Hunt.
NEWS
December 19, 2011
Albert Einstein is famously reported to have said that the definition of insanity was to continue doing the same thing over and over again and expect different results. By that definition, it appears that America has gone stark raving mad. Our economy is in tatters. We have mortgaged our children's future to the Chinese. We are mired in a state of perpetual war abroad and embarked on a ruinous course of nation building in distant, impoverished nations while our own infrastructure crumbles and decays around us. Our Congress is locked in perpetual gridlock, and our politicians are bought and paid for by lobbyists and corporate sponsors.
NEWS
November 29, 2006
On November 20, 2006, CHICK R. WEST; survived by three brothers, Rodney Roemer, Michael Roemer and Eric Roemer; sister, Frieda Kinney. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Services private.
NEWS
May 3, 2005
On April 30, 2005, CATHERINE I. ROEMER (nee Hecker), born March 27, 1911; beloved wife of the late Joseph P. Roemer, Sr.; beloved mother of William J. Roemer and his wife Mary, Diane I. Jann, Patricia T. Mitchell and her husband Paul, Joseph P. Roemer, Jr. and his wife Kathleen, Kathleen M. Murk and her husband Richard and John R. Roemer and his wife Carol; dear sister of Alice R. Webster; dear sister-in-law of John and Helen Roemer. She is also survived by fourteen grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
NEWS
June 14, 2004
On June 10, 2004; LOUIS G. "BUD" ROEMER, Retired Major, Baltimore County Police Department. Beloved husband of the late Eva Roemer; loving brother of the late John E. Roemer; dear uncle of Judy Roemer, John Roemer, Jr. and his wife Marie Di Fabbio-Roemer. Friends may call at the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Route 702 (Beltway Exit 36) on Saturday and Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. Funeral Services on Monday at 11 AM. Internment Zion Church Cemetery.
NEWS
May 26, 2004
On May 23, 2004 HENRY JOHN ROEMER, JR. beloved husband of Brenda J. Roemer (nee Brown); devoted father of Janice Tsigounis and her husband Nicholas, Barney Brammer, Anthony Brammer and his wife Diane; beloved son of Gertrude Roemer (nee Lehner) and the late Henry J. Roemer, Sr.; dear brother of Louis Roemer and his wife Susie, Catherine Smith and her husband Rodney and Phillip Roemer; dear grandfather of Michele Brammer; dear uncle of Christina Nathan and her husband Geoffrey, Michael H. Smith, Susan and Michael Blake; dear grand-uncle of Ali Nathan, Nichole and Justin Blake.
NEWS
February 27, 2003
Mary J. Roemer, 80, computer programmer Mary J. Roemer, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. computer programmer, died of cancer Sunday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. She was 80 and had lived in Dundalk for nearly a half-century. The former Mary J. Sewell was born and raised in Tonkawa, Okla., and lived in Texas City, Texas, before moving to Dundalk in 1954. She worked as a barmaid before going to work at the Sparrows Point plant of Beth Steel as a keypunch operator in 1956.
NEWS
By NEAL R. PEIRCE | November 11, 1991
Give us everything we need, from a reformed and affordable health-care system to good schools and safe streets. But don't dare send us the bill.You can argue that's the message America's cynical, frustrated, angry voters telegraphed in last week's off-year elections.Sen. Harris Wofford's stunning 55-to-45 percent win in Pennsylvania over ex-Attorney General Dick Thornburgh proved that Americans are getting ever more concerned by the issue George Bush hates to talk about: how to fix our malfunctioning national health-care system.
NEWS
June 17, 1996
The Rev. David Allan Hubbard,68, an Old Testament scholar who retired in 1993 after 30 years as president of the Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif., died June 7 of a heart attack at his home in Santa Barbara, Calif.Marjorie Gross,40, a writer and producer of the television series "Seinfeld," who also wrote a humorous article about her ovarian cancer in the New Yorker in April, died of the illness June 7 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.Olive Pharaoh,69, the oldest member and guiding spirit of the Montauk Indian Nation that is fighting to reclaim its tribal homeland in Montauk, Long Island, N.Y., died Wednesday of a bacterial blood infection in Sag Harbor, N.Y.Theodora Ayer Randolph,90, who rode the Virginia hunt country long enough and well enough to become known as the first lady of fox hunting, died Tuesday at her Oakley Farm home in Upperville, Va. It had been years since she galloped over the vast expanse of farmland that makes up the grounds of the 150-year-old landowners association known as the Piedmont Hunt.
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