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October 5, 2011
Paul Goldenberg lives in Columbia with his wife, Paget Donnelly. They have one son, Jesse Goldenberg. Works for Siemens, managing its fire alarm business Joined the Howard County Striders in 1984 Has been a Striders board member since 1985 Has been Director of Special Races for mre than 20 years Has run the JFK 50-miler 13 times Spends as much time volunteering for the Boy Scouts as he does for the Striders Is...
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svanessen2@hotmail.com | March 21, 2013
Kudos to Loch Raven resident Dick Shine who was awarded the Silver Beaver award at a Boy Scouts of America banquet at Martin's West last week. Of all the possible adult volunteers in the Dulaney district, Shine was selected as the recipient of this award for 30 years of volunteer service to Boy Scouts of America. The Silver Beaver award is a council level service award "given to those who implement the Scouting program and perform community service through hard work, sel- sacrifice, dedication, and many years of service".
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June 15, 2006
Samuel Early Scruggs, a former district executive and program director for Boy Scouts of America and a volunteer, died of lung cancer Sunday at the Wesley Home in Mount Washington. He was 82. Mr. Scruggs was born in Lexington, Ky., and raised in Maysville, Ky. He was a 1948 graduate of Berea College, where he earned a bachelor's degree in botany. A 1940 Eagle Scout, he began his professional career in Scouting in 1948, and held district executive and program director positions in several states before retiring in 1988 as program director at Westmoreland-Fayette Boy Scout Council in Greensburg, Pa. "Volunteer work was in his nature, so after moving to Glyndon in 1988, he began a second career volunteering," said a daughter, Ann B. O'Neill of Glyndon.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2012
Robert Alexander "Sandy" Goll, a retired city public school educator who was active in Scouting, died March 12 of sleep apnea at his Rodgers Forge home. He was 63. The son of a manufacturing executive and a homemaker, Mr. Goll was born in Baltimore and raised in Stoneleigh. After graduating from McDonogh School in 1967, he earned a bachelor's degree in 1973 from Norwich University in Northfield, Vt. Mr. Goll taught mathematics for 30 years at Roland Park Middle School and Chinquapin Middle School, from which he retired in 2007.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2012
Robert Alexander "Sandy" Goll, a retired city public school educator who was active in Scouting, died March 12 of sleep apnea at his Rodgers Forge home. He was 63. The son of a manufacturing executive and a homemaker, Mr. Goll was born in Baltimore and raised in Stoneleigh. After graduating from McDonogh School in 1967, he earned a bachelor's degree in 1973 from Norwich University in Northfield, Vt. Mr. Goll taught mathematics for 30 years at Roland Park Middle School and Chinquapin Middle School, from which he retired in 2007.
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July 1, 2004
Richard Ackler, a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. engineer who had a second career as a jewelry maker, died of complications from cancer Monday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The North Baltimore resident was 90. Born in Baltimore and raised on Reisterstown Road in the Pimlico section, he was a 1931 graduate of Polytechnic Institute. His subsequent employment at BGE was interrupted by enlistment in the Navy and service with the Seabees as an electrician in the South Pacific during World War II. After the war, he earned an engineering degree from the Johns Hopkins University and became an industrial engineer for BGE. He retired in 1977.
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November 5, 1999
William Fremd, 77, firefighter, WWII veteran William Fremd, a retired Baltimore City firefighter and World War II veteran, died Tuesday from complications of a stroke at the Augsburg Lutheran Home in Lochearn. The former longtime Southwest Baltimore resident was 77. He began his 38-year career with the city Fire Department in 1947 at No. 53 Engine in Edmondson Village. He spent the last 15 years of his career working at No. 2 Engine on Light Street, where he retired in 1985 with the rank of lieutenant.
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svanessen2@hotmail.com | March 21, 2013
Kudos to Loch Raven resident Dick Shine who was awarded the Silver Beaver award at a Boy Scouts of America banquet at Martin's West last week. Of all the possible adult volunteers in the Dulaney district, Shine was selected as the recipient of this award for 30 years of volunteer service to Boy Scouts of America. The Silver Beaver award is a council level service award "given to those who implement the Scouting program and perform community service through hard work, sel- sacrifice, dedication, and many years of service".
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April 12, 1991
Charles K. Harry, a retired locomotive engineer, died Tuesday at Carroll County General Hospital of heart disease. He was 70 and had lived at Carroll Lutheran Village.Services for Mr. Harry were being held today at the Howard H. Hubbard funeral establishment, 4107 Wilkens Ave.He retired in 1981 from what is now CSX Transportation after nearly 40 years of service, most of it with the predecessor line, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.Mr. Harry, who was known by his initials, C.K., was born in Mount Airy.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | June 5, 2009
John L. Ritter Sr., a retired Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. engineering manager who was active in Scouting, died of complications from an infection May 27 at Northwest Hospital Center. The longtime Reisterstown resident was 81. Mr. Ritter was born in Baltimore and raised in Ten Hills. He was a 1948 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School in Irvington. Mr. Ritter's career at C&P spanned 39 years as an engineering manager. He retired in 1991. He served with the 29th Infantry of the Maryland National Guard from 1948 to 1953, attaining the rank of master sergeant.
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October 5, 2011
Paul Goldenberg lives in Columbia with his wife, Paget Donnelly. They have one son, Jesse Goldenberg. Works for Siemens, managing its fire alarm business Joined the Howard County Striders in 1984 Has been a Striders board member since 1985 Has been Director of Special Races for mre than 20 years Has run the JFK 50-miler 13 times Spends as much time volunteering for the Boy Scouts as he does for the Striders Is...
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June 15, 2006
Samuel Early Scruggs, a former district executive and program director for Boy Scouts of America and a volunteer, died of lung cancer Sunday at the Wesley Home in Mount Washington. He was 82. Mr. Scruggs was born in Lexington, Ky., and raised in Maysville, Ky. He was a 1948 graduate of Berea College, where he earned a bachelor's degree in botany. A 1940 Eagle Scout, he began his professional career in Scouting in 1948, and held district executive and program director positions in several states before retiring in 1988 as program director at Westmoreland-Fayette Boy Scout Council in Greensburg, Pa. "Volunteer work was in his nature, so after moving to Glyndon in 1988, he began a second career volunteering," said a daughter, Ann B. O'Neill of Glyndon.
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July 1, 2004
Richard Ackler, a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. engineer who had a second career as a jewelry maker, died of complications from cancer Monday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The North Baltimore resident was 90. Born in Baltimore and raised on Reisterstown Road in the Pimlico section, he was a 1931 graduate of Polytechnic Institute. His subsequent employment at BGE was interrupted by enlistment in the Navy and service with the Seabees as an electrician in the South Pacific during World War II. After the war, he earned an engineering degree from the Johns Hopkins University and became an industrial engineer for BGE. He retired in 1977.
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November 5, 1999
William Fremd, 77, firefighter, WWII veteran William Fremd, a retired Baltimore City firefighter and World War II veteran, died Tuesday from complications of a stroke at the Augsburg Lutheran Home in Lochearn. The former longtime Southwest Baltimore resident was 77. He began his 38-year career with the city Fire Department in 1947 at No. 53 Engine in Edmondson Village. He spent the last 15 years of his career working at No. 2 Engine on Light Street, where he retired in 1985 with the rank of lieutenant.
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May 1, 2007
Mary E. Robbins, a retired schoolteacher and longtime Westminster resident, died of a bone marrow disorder Saturday at Carroll Hospice. She was 84. Mary Elizabeth Engle was born in Adwolfe, Va., and raised in Frederick. She was a 1940 graduate of Frederick High School, and earned her bachelor's degree four years later from Hood College. She taught in Carroll County public schools before joining the faculty of Franklin High School and Franklin Junior High, where she taught math for many years.
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January 14, 2004
John Alexander Tussing, a retired chief engineer and vice president of a Baltimore steel fabricating company, died Jan. 7 of a urinary infection at the Catonsville Commons nursing home. The longtime Catonsville resident was 97. Mr. Tussing was born and raised in New Market, Va., and moved to Baltimore in 1923. He attended the Maryland Institute College of Art and earned a bachelor's degree in engineering from the Johns Hopkins University in 1939. Mr. Tussing worked for the U.S. Treasury Department in Washington and Dietrick Brothers Steel Fabricators in Baltimore.
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