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June 29, 2003
On June 27, 2003, GLADYS GERTRUDE STALLARD (nee Cooke), beloved wife of the late Clyde P. Stallard; loving daughter of the late Ernest and Gertrude Cooke; dear sister of the late Louise, Bill, John and James Cooke and Eleanor Beavers; dearest friend of Dean and Linda Henderson, Rick Henderson, Tammy Chaney and Ronald Henderson. A Christian wake service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc. 7922 Wise Ave. on Monday at 7:30 P.M. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at Saint Luke Catholic Church on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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By Bloomberg News | April 14, 2009
Textron Inc., the parent of Hunt Valley-based defense contractor AAI Corp., fell Monday after a Macquarie Capital analyst reduced his rating on the stock to "neutral," saying that last week's surge after a Kuwaiti newspaper report about a possible takeover will make the company "a volatile ride." Providence, R.I.-based Textron is now more likely to be treated as a takeover candidate and less likely as a "beaten-up finance story," Rob Stallard wrote Monday in an investor note. "Either way, we believe this still makes for a volatile ride that many may choose to avoid," wrote Stallard, who lowered his rating to "neutral" from "outperform."
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NEWS
June 22, 2006
On Friday, June 16, 2006, KAREN L. (nee Finkbinder); STALLARD, age 58, of Anneslie; beloved wife of John W. Stallard for 37 years; devoted mother of Laura A. Petza and her husband Thomas; sister of T.G. Finkbinder and his wife Marion; grandmother of Elyse and Felix Petza; aunt of Emily Finkbinder, Christine Heydemann and Nova Summers; lifelong friend of Nancy Seganish, Patricia and Joseph Stallard. A memorial service will be held at the Epiphany Episcopal Church, 2216 Pot Spring Road, Timonium, on Friday, June 23, beginning at 11 A.M. Arrangements by Peaceful Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Center, P.A.
NEWS
August 15, 2007
Leno A. "Tony" Giorgio, 82, of Hedgesville, passed away on August 10, 2007 at the VAMC in Baltimore, MD. Born November 1, 1924 in Baltimore, he was the son of the late Antonio Augustus Giorgio and Josephine Rossi Giorgio. Leno faithfully served our country in the United States Army. He was in Air Offensive in Europe, Ardennes, Normandy, Northern France and Central Europe. He was a member of Special Forces and was a Prisoner of War in the concentration camp during WWII, for 18 months, 27 days and 7 hours.
SPORTS
By Bob Herzog and Bob Herzog,Newsday | October 1, 1991
Funny, isn't it? Thirty years after the fact, Roger Maris' 61st home run seems like a bigger deal than it was on the day it occurred."I think so too," said Tracy Stallard, the Boston Red Sox pitcher who gave up the historic blast at Yankee Stadium Oct. 1, 1961. "There's a lot more interest in baseball these days. You've got your card shows and your collectors, and more people like to talk about the game. I go to a lot of charity golf tournaments and it seems like each year more and more people know about what I did."
NEWS
June 20, 2006
Karen Lee Stallard, a bookkeeper who collected vintage cosmetic compacts and antique lead toy figures, died of brain cancer Friday at her home in Anneslie, in Baltimore County near Rodgers Forge. She was 58. Karen Lee Finkbinder was born in Baltimore and raised in Towson. She was a 1965 graduate of Towson High School and earned an associate's degree with honors in 1967 from Villa Julie College. For the past 31 years, Mrs. Stallard had been employed as a bookkeeper for Henry Adams Inc., a consulting engineering firm in Towson.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | December 16, 1990
A convicted drug dealer who claims she didn't receive effective representation from her lawyer because he accepted drugs as payment from his clients was denied her request for a new trial Thursday by a Circuit Court judge.Theresa Stallard, 29, who is serving a sentence of 10 years without parole on drug distribution charges, requested a new trial shortly after her conviction in April, alleging that her lawyer accepted illegal drugs from her while she was his client.The lawyer, Robert Jacques Amos, was convicted in October in Howard County District Court of illegal possession of narcotics.
NEWS
By Deidre Nerreau McCabe and Deidre Nerreau McCabe,Staff writer | October 31, 1990
A Waterloo woman is asking for a new trial on drug charges because her attorney was convicted last week of taking illegal drugs from another client, her new lawyer said.The lawyer for Theresa Stallard, 29, of the 6800 block of Old Waterloo Road, was convicted last week in Howard County District Court of illegal possession of narcotics.Stallard's new lawyer, Clarke F. Ahlers, said he believes Robert Jacques Amos, 33, was ineffective as Stallard's attorney "because apparently he was engaged in criminal conduct" while he represented her."
BUSINESS
By Bloomberg News | April 14, 2009
Textron Inc., the parent of Hunt Valley-based defense contractor AAI Corp., fell Monday after a Macquarie Capital analyst reduced his rating on the stock to "neutral," saying that last week's surge after a Kuwaiti newspaper report about a possible takeover will make the company "a volatile ride." Providence, R.I.-based Textron is now more likely to be treated as a takeover candidate and less likely as a "beaten-up finance story," Rob Stallard wrote Monday in an investor note. "Either way, we believe this still makes for a volatile ride that many may choose to avoid," wrote Stallard, who lowered his rating to "neutral" from "outperform."
NEWS
December 23, 1990
A Baltimore lawyer convicted of accepting drugs from a client was granted probation before judgment Tuesday by District Court Judge R. Russell Sadler.A sentence of probation before judgment means the judge sets aside the conviction.Robert J. Amos, 33, who was convicted in October in Howard County District Court of illegal possession of narcotics, also was ordered to perform 200 hours of community service, participate in a 26-week drug education program and was placed under 36 months of supervised probation.
NEWS
June 22, 2006
On Friday, June 16, 2006, KAREN L. (nee Finkbinder); STALLARD, age 58, of Anneslie; beloved wife of John W. Stallard for 37 years; devoted mother of Laura A. Petza and her husband Thomas; sister of T.G. Finkbinder and his wife Marion; grandmother of Elyse and Felix Petza; aunt of Emily Finkbinder, Christine Heydemann and Nova Summers; lifelong friend of Nancy Seganish, Patricia and Joseph Stallard. A memorial service will be held at the Epiphany Episcopal Church, 2216 Pot Spring Road, Timonium, on Friday, June 23, beginning at 11 A.M. Arrangements by Peaceful Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Center, P.A.
NEWS
June 20, 2006
Karen Lee Stallard, a bookkeeper who collected vintage cosmetic compacts and antique lead toy figures, died of brain cancer Friday at her home in Anneslie, in Baltimore County near Rodgers Forge. She was 58. Karen Lee Finkbinder was born in Baltimore and raised in Towson. She was a 1965 graduate of Towson High School and earned an associate's degree with honors in 1967 from Villa Julie College. For the past 31 years, Mrs. Stallard had been employed as a bookkeeper for Henry Adams Inc., a consulting engineering firm in Towson.
NEWS
June 29, 2003
On June 27, 2003, GLADYS GERTRUDE STALLARD (nee Cooke), beloved wife of the late Clyde P. Stallard; loving daughter of the late Ernest and Gertrude Cooke; dear sister of the late Louise, Bill, John and James Cooke and Eleanor Beavers; dearest friend of Dean and Linda Henderson, Rick Henderson, Tammy Chaney and Ronald Henderson. A Christian wake service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc. 7922 Wise Ave. on Monday at 7:30 P.M. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at Saint Luke Catholic Church on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.
BUSINESS
By Robert Little and Robert Little,SUN STAFF | January 9, 2002
Games Workshop has always done business, quite literally, in a world of its own. Two worlds, to be more precise: one populated by elves, ogres and rat-men, the other by futuristic Space Marines and the Dark Eldar army. Games Workshop created those two worlds for War- hammer and Warhammer 40,000, table-top battle games that have built the company into a $135 million-a-year global enterprise. It makes thousands of metal soldiers who live and fight in them. It publishes a magazine, even novels about them.
NEWS
By Felicity Barringer and Felicity Barringer,New York Times News Service | April 7, 1993
WASHINGTON -- The common assumption that old age in the United States brings with it unremitting deterioration is being challenged by a new study that shows disability rates among the elderly decreasing during the 1980s.Findings by three Duke University researchers -- Kenneth G. Manton, Larry S. Corder and Eric Stallard -- being published in the forthcoming issue of the Journal of Gerontology, have generated a whirlwind of discussion. Demographers were taken aback by the extent to which the disability rates had shifted.
NEWS
By Felicity Barringer and Felicity Barringer,New York Times News Service | April 7, 1993
WASHINGTON -- The common assumption that old age in the United States brings with it unremitting deterioration is being challenged by a new study that shows disability rates among the elderly decreasing during the 1980s.Findings by three Duke University researchers -- Kenneth G. Manton, Larry S. Corder and Eric Stallard -- being published in the forthcoming issue of the Journal of Gerontology, have generated a whirlwind of discussion.While many researchers said they were waiting to see the work duplicated by other demographers, they also said that the shift makes sense, particularly in light of the increase in commonplace surgical techniques -- like cataract removal and joint replacement -- that allow older people to resume the normal activities of daily life.
NEWS
August 15, 2007
Leno A. "Tony" Giorgio, 82, of Hedgesville, passed away on August 10, 2007 at the VAMC in Baltimore, MD. Born November 1, 1924 in Baltimore, he was the son of the late Antonio Augustus Giorgio and Josephine Rossi Giorgio. Leno faithfully served our country in the United States Army. He was in Air Offensive in Europe, Ardennes, Normandy, Northern France and Central Europe. He was a member of Special Forces and was a Prisoner of War in the concentration camp during WWII, for 18 months, 27 days and 7 hours.
NEWS
By Doug Struck and Doug Struck,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 11, 1990
CARTER COUNTY, Ky. -- The battered old trailer that is Shirley Stallard's home sits off a country road near Soldier Creek, a brown rivulet of water that washes both her family and their clothes.There is no electricity in the trailer. There is no running water. Her four children use milk jugs to haul drinking water from neighbors' spigots. They use another neighbor's outhouse just down the gravel road.Mrs. Stallard uses her small propane stove sparingly so she will not soon have to find $7 to refill the stove's fuel bottle.
SPORTS
By Bob Herzog and Bob Herzog,Newsday | October 1, 1991
Funny, isn't it? Thirty years after the fact, Roger Maris' 61st home run seems like a bigger deal than it was on the day it occurred."I think so too," said Tracy Stallard, the Boston Red Sox pitcher who gave up the historic blast at Yankee Stadium Oct. 1, 1961. "There's a lot more interest in baseball these days. You've got your card shows and your collectors, and more people like to talk about the game. I go to a lot of charity golf tournaments and it seems like each year more and more people know about what I did."
NEWS
December 23, 1990
A Baltimore lawyer convicted of accepting drugs from a client was granted probation before judgment Tuesday by District Court Judge R. Russell Sadler.A sentence of probation before judgment means the judge sets aside the conviction.Robert J. Amos, 33, who was convicted in October in Howard County District Court of illegal possession of narcotics, also was ordered to perform 200 hours of community service, participate in a 26-week drug education program and was placed under 36 months of supervised probation.
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