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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | November 19, 2012
Charles Carey Deeley, a retired sales executive of a dental supply business and a World War II veteran, died of complications from congestive heart failure Nov. 13 at the Pickersgill Retirement Community in Towson. The Roland Park resident was 88. Known as Skip, he was born in Baltimore and raised on Hawthorne Road, the son of Haskin Updegraff Deeley Jr. and Lillian Carey Justice. He attended Roland Park Public School and was a 1942 graduate of Polytechnic Institute, where he played lacrosse.
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December 24, 1990
Services for Donald M. Rhoads, a salesman who sold flooring for many years, will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Fred F. Groff Funeral Home in Lancaster, Pa.Mr. Rhoads, a resident of the Southland Hills section of Towson, died yesterday at St. Joseph Hospital yesterday after a long illness. He was 67.Born and raised in Quarryville, Pa., he played basketball and soccer in high school and joined the Army at the outbreak of World War II. He worked with his father in Lancaster for what was then known as the Armstrong Cork Co., now an international flooring company.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | June 27, 2009
Theodore Henry Knach Sr., a retired stationery company salesman and World War II Navy veteran, died Monday of congestive heart and renal failure at Good Samaritan Hospital. He was 88. Mr. Knach was born in Baltimore and raised on East Avenue in Canton. He was a graduate of Patterson Park High School and worked before the war in the shipping department of the old Montgomery Ward catalog store on Monroe Street. He enlisted in the Navy in 1942 and was trained as a machinist's mate. He served for four years aboard the destroyer USS Conway and the destroyer escort Nauman in the South Pacific.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Staff writer | April 11, 1991
A 33-year-old pharmaceutical salesman has charged that a county police officer brutalized him after stopping him for driving drunk early Sunday morning.James Coleman, a Pennsylvania resident who is living at a Glen Burnie hotel, filed his complaint Tuesday morning, stating that Officer T. H. Newman threw him into a cell at the Western District Station, causing him to fall and hit his head on a cement floor."I could have died back there and no one even came back there to see if I was OK," Coleman said yesterday.
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May 12, 1994
C. William W. Herzog, a retired salesman, died Tuesday of congestive heart failure at his home in the Highfield House Condominium in Baltimore. He was 86.He retired in 1989 from Optic Graphics, a Baltimore-area printing firm with which he had been associated since 1971.Earlier, he had been vice president and a member of the board of the Tri-State Electric Co. and the Piney Narrows marina on the Eastern Shore, and a salesman for Slaysman & Co., a manufacturer of industrial goods.From 1926 until 1944, he worked for Mackubin-Goodrich, a stock brokerage firm.
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October 23, 1990
Services for Charles A. Jones, a retired restaurant equipment salesman, will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Ruck Towson Funeral Home, 1050 York Road.Mr. Jones, who was 89 and lived on Alden Road in Pikesville, died Saturday at Union Memorial Hospital of pneumonia.He retired in 1965 after working for 20 years for the International Fixture Corp.During World War II, he had worked for the Bendix Radio Division in Towson after serving for 20 years as a salesman for J. P. Pfeiffer & Sons, a grocery store equipment company.
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November 2, 2005
Thomas Leonard Harden, a retired salesman and outdoorsman, died of heart failure Saturday at Chester River Manor nursing home in Chestertown. He was 72. Mr. Harden was born in Baltimore and raised near Memorial Stadium. He was a 1953 graduate of Polytechnic Institute and earned a bachelor's degree in 1965 from the Johns Hopkins University. The longtime Chestertown resident had played lacrosse in high school and college and also for the Maryland Lacrosse Club. Mr. Harden worked for 29 years in sales for a Baltimore company that manufactured temperature control gauges used by refineries on oil tanks.
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By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | October 20, 2008
Andrew Braun, a janitorial supply salesman and former synagogue administrator, died Tuesday at Seasons Hospice at Northwest Hospital Center. The Owings Mills resident was 85. Mr. Braun was born in Budapest, Hungary, and in 1927 moved with his mother and twin brother to Cleveland, where his father was a physician. He was a 1941 graduate of Glenville High School in Cleveland and began his college studies at Ohio State University. Mr. Braun left college in 1942 and enlisted in the Navy, where he served stateside with the medical corps.
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January 6, 2005
Harold "Sherm" Sherman, an automobile salesman and World War II veteran, died of cancer Saturday at his Woodlawn home. He was 80. Mr. Sherman was born and raised in Baltimore, and graduated from Forest Park High School. He earned a Purple Heart during his Army service in Europe with the 86th Chemical Mortar Battalion. "He was at the Battle of the Bulge but didn't talk too much about his experiences during the war," said a son, Dr. Richard H. Sherman of Milford, Del. In the late 1940s, Mr. Sherman began his career as an auto salesman with what was then called A. D. Anderson City Oldsmobile and worked at the dealership's U.S. 40 and Howard Street showrooms.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | May 13, 2009
Richard O'Neill Smith, a retired communications equipment salesman who enjoyed listening to big-band music, died of cancer May 6 at Carroll Hospice's Dove House in Westminster. The Manchester resident was 75. Mr. Smith was born in Baltimore and raised in Windsor Hills. He attended Polytechnic Institute and graduated from Forest Park High School in 1952. He attended the University of Maryland and worked as a lifeguard for several summers at the Meadowbrook pool near Mount Washington and later in Ocean City, where he sang in the Irish House on the boardwalk.
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