August 31, 2004
On August 28, 2004, LOUIS J. SAIA of Annapolis, MD, beloved husband of Alverta, loving father of Alverta Hester and Josephine Gardner, dear brother of Rose Provenzano and Evelyn Bates, devoted grandfather of six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Family and friends are invited to BARRANCO & SONS P.A. SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Hwy at Robinson Rd., on Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Service will be held at the funeral home Thursday, 11 A.M. Interment Loudon Park.
September 8, 1999
Martin Saia Jr., 51, brewer, dog loverMartin Saia Jr., a retired brewer and dog lover, died Sunday of renal failure at Harbor Hospital Center. The Catonsville resident was 51.Mr. Saia began his career in 1973 at the old National Brewing Co. facility in Lansdowne and remained there under its subsequent owners, Carling Brewing Co. and G. Heileman Brewing Co. He retired in 1996, the year that Heileman closed the brewery.A South Baltimore native, Mr. Saia was a 1965 graduate of Southern High School and served with the Army in Vietnam from 1969 to 1971.
April 2, 1997
County police arrested a Pasadena man Monday on charges of assaulting a mentally disabled man who rents a room at his house and fighting with his own family in a violent outburst.Carmello Saia, 47, of the 7700 block of Queens Park Road was charged with assaulting Charles Lee Hudson, 45.Linda Saia, Carmello Saia's wife, said in an interview yesterday that her husband suffers from dementia and occasionally has violent outbursts. She said Hudson, who suffered brain damage in an accident when he was a child, has lived with the family for about 10 years.
March 4, 1995
E. Henry RichardsonBusinessmanE. Henry Richardson, a Havre de Grace businessman, died Sunday of cancer at Harford Memorial Hospital. He was 67.He had owned Richardson's Florists from 1952 to 1986. At the time of his death, he owned the Union Avenue Parking Garage and was president and chief executive officer of Home Mediservice Inc., a medical supply and equipment firm.Mr. Richardson was a member of the advisory board of the First National Bank of Maryland and a former chairman of the Havre de Grace Planning and Zoning Commission.
May 25, 1994
In 1929, Lucielle Woolford Phelps, then 7 years old, began her schooling at Arnold Elementary School, eager to learn arithmetic, read about faraway countries, and forge new friendships.She wasn't disappointed. Years later, she still remembers the four-room schoolhouse on Church Road."I really wanted to go to school," said Mrs. Phelps, 71. "I didn't want to miss a day."She still doesn't want to miss time at the old schoolhouse, now the Arnold Senior Center. About 25 of the center's seniors, including Mrs. Phelps, attended Arnold Elementary.
April 24, 1992
Preston Corp.Revenue gains and cost controls helped Preston Corp. reduce its losses in the first quarter this year.The Preston-based transportation holding company lost $533,000, or 9 cents a share, compared with a loss of $733,000, or 13 cents a share in the first quarter of last year. Revenues increased to $139.3 million from $135.6 million.Company President William B. Potter said a strong performance by its Saia Motor Freight Line of Houma, La., and improved results at its Smalley Transportation Co. in Tampa, Fla., and its Preston Trucking Co. in Maryland helped cut losses.