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July 13, 2004
On Thursday, July 8, 2004, MARY LEE "Polly" Mac LEA, passed away at her residence in San Angelo, TX. Polly was born July 19, 1908 and married to T. Raymond Mac Lea. She was a graduate of Western Maryland College and a retired teacher from Strayer Business College. She is survived by her daughter Baynes Hobbs of San Angelo, her son James Darby Mac Lea of Granbury, Texas, and her brother Reginald James Darby of Ocala, FL; sis grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be conducted July 17, 2004.
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January 27, 2008
On January 24, 2008, FRANK HESS, formerly of Baltimore, passed away in San Angelo, Texas at the age of 89 years. Husband of the late Irene [nee Willis]. Son of the late Frank and Margaret [nee Mullaney] he is survived by his daughters Dorothy Faires, Margaret Parypa and her husband Lee, Mary Harris, Patricia Stubblefield and one son Leonard and his wife Cyndi as well as 8 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Surviving brothers include Joseph and his wife Margaret, James and his wife Betty, George and his wife June and many nieces and nephews.
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January 27, 2008
On January 24, 2008, FRANK HESS, formerly of Baltimore, passed away in San Angelo, Texas at the age of 89 years. Husband of the late Irene [nee Willis]. Son of the late Frank and Margaret [nee Mullaney] he is survived by his daughters Dorothy Faires, Margaret Parypa and her husband Lee, Mary Harris, Patricia Stubblefield and one son Leonard and his wife Cyndi as well as 8 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Surviving brothers include Joseph and his wife Margaret, James and his wife Betty, George and his wife June and many nieces and nephews.
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July 13, 2004
On Thursday, July 8, 2004, MARY LEE "Polly" Mac LEA, passed away at her residence in San Angelo, TX. Polly was born July 19, 1908 and married to T. Raymond Mac Lea. She was a graduate of Western Maryland College and a retired teacher from Strayer Business College. She is survived by her daughter Baynes Hobbs of San Angelo, her son James Darby Mac Lea of Granbury, Texas, and her brother Reginald James Darby of Ocala, FL; sis grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be conducted July 17, 2004.
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By Ann LoLordo and Ann LoLordo,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | April 22, 2000
SAN ANGELO, Texas -- When Kees Verheul decided at age 62 to leave the comfort of retirement and return to the business world, he chose an unlikely venture: a windmill manufacturing plant. Before he bought Aermotor Windmill Co., Verheul consulted his bride, Jane, who had one question for her husband: "Will it interfere with my fishing?" He assured her that it wouldn't. Verheul, who made a fortune manufacturing parts for oil rigs and retired at age 47, paid $1 million in cash for the windmill company in 1998.
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March 24, 2005
On March 22, 2005, MICHAELENE (nee Neiswenter), beloved wife of Lawrence George Vasold, Jr.;devoted daughter of Ronald Neiswenter and Marie C. (nee Lustin); loving mother of Kimberly Jillson and her husband Christopher, Lawrence G. Vasold III and Christopher T. Vasold; dear sister of Ronald B. Neiswenter of Shrewsbury, PA, David Neiswenter of San Angelo, TX and Boyd H. Neiswenter of Given, WV; cherished grandmother of Casey Jillson. A Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (Beltway exit 26-A)
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March 25, 2005
Michaelene "Mickey" Vasold, a Mercy Medical Center nurse, died of complications of cancer Tuesday at her Shrewsbury, Pa., home. She was 57. Born Michaelene Neiswenter in Ashland, Pa., she moved to Edgemere as a child. She was a 1965 Sparrows Point High School graduate who earned a nursing degree at the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in 1968. For the next 37 years, she worked in intravenous therapy at the downtown Baltimore hospital. She enjoyed taking family photos, making scrapbooks and reading.
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January 25, 2005
Gina M. Zaied, a Social Security Administration computer analyst, died of breast cancer Jan. 18 at Mercy Medical Center. She was 42 and lived in Baltimore's Butchers Hill neighborhood. Gina Marie Williams was born in San Angelo, Texas, the daughter of a career Air Force officer. She spent her early years in Scotland and England before moving to Northwest Baltimore in the early 1970s. She was a 1979 graduate of Northwestern High School and earned a certificate in electronics in 1982 from what is now DeVry University in North Brunswick, N.J. She worked for International Telephone and Telegraph in New York City for 11 years before returning to Baltimore in 1993.
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December 25, 2006
WILMA DYKEMAN, 86 Author on Appalachia Wilma Dykeman, who chronicled the people of Appalachia and the land that shaped them in 18 novels and nonfiction books, died Friday in Asheville, N.C., from complications of hip replacement surgery. She is considered a literary bridge between the era of fellow Asheville native Thomas Wolfe and the current generation of Appalachian writers. She was among the first writers to offer a stark portrait of what she called "the unique virtues and tragic flaws" of mountain people.
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By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationhasn't been published about someone in your family who has passed away, please call the Anne Arundel County Sun at 761-1732 or 332-6211 or (800) 829-8000, Ext. 6211; you may also fax your information to us at 332-6677 | December 12, 1991
Services for Judith K. Bauman of Severna Park will be held at 11 a.m. today at Barranco and Sons Funeral Home.Mrs. Bauman, 81, died suddenly Tuesday at North Arundel Hospital.She was born in Denver and immigrated to Palestine with her parents, Samuel and Shana Korngold, and aunt, Golda Meir (who was later tobecome a prime minister of Israel), in 1921 on the SS Pocahontas, later dubbed the "Mayflower of Israel."Mrs. Bauman was a 1932 graduate of the British Government Hospital School of Nursing in Palestineand returned to the United States in 1937 for postgraduate study.
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By Ann LoLordo and Ann LoLordo,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | April 22, 2000
SAN ANGELO, Texas -- When Kees Verheul decided at age 62 to leave the comfort of retirement and return to the business world, he chose an unlikely venture: a windmill manufacturing plant. Before he bought Aermotor Windmill Co., Verheul consulted his bride, Jane, who had one question for her husband: "Will it interfere with my fishing?" He assured her that it wouldn't. Verheul, who made a fortune manufacturing parts for oil rigs and retired at age 47, paid $1 million in cash for the windmill company in 1998.
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