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By Thomas W. Waldron and Marina Sarris and Thomas W. Waldron and Marina Sarris,Sun Staff Writers | February 7, 1995
Gov. Parris N. Glendening plans to appoint Prince George's County labor commissioner Frank W. Stegman, one of the officials who created the county's controversial early pension plan, as state secretary of labor, licensing and regulation, sources said yesterday.Mr. Stegman, 49, would take over the state Department of Licensing and Regulation, which would receive a new name and new oversight duties under a Glendening proposal before the General Assembly.Mr. Glendening was expected to announce the appointment this afternoon.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2011
Captain Robert E. Stegman, a Chesapeake Bay pilot who guided ships from Baltimore to Cape Henry, Va., and through the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal for more than 40 years, died Monday of prostate cancer at his Monkton home. He was 81. The son of a Baltimore accountant who owned an accounting firm and a homemaker, Robert Erwin Stegman was born in Baltimore and raised on Tunbridge Road in Homeland. While attending Friends School, from which he graduated in 1949, he became friendly with a fellow student whose father, Captain Buck Holland, was a Chesapeake Bay pilot.
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October 7, 1991
Jean E. Stegman, a retired teacher and former head of the English Department at Eastern High School, died Thursday at the Edenwald retirement community in Towson after a six-week bout with cancer. She was 69.Services for Miss Stegman, who for years resided in the Chestnut Hill area of Towson, will be private.Miss Stegman was born in Waverly and educated in Baltimore public schools. She graduated from Eastern High School in 1938 and went on to Goucher College, graduating in 1942 with a bachelor's degree in English.
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By THE DENVER POST | May 16, 2004
GOLDEN, Colo. - A 40-ton girder from a bridge construction project collapsed onto Interstate 70 just west of Denver yesterday morning, crushing a sport utility vehicle and killing all three occupants. "This is one of the worst things I've ever seen," said Stacey Stegman, spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Transportation. "Something went terribly wrong." The 100-foot-long girder, placed Tuesday night as part of a construction project on Colorado 470, fell on the eastbound lanes of I-70 just after 10 a.m. It crashed onto the blue Dodge Durango, ripping off the top half of the SUV. No other vehicles were involved in the accident.
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By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,Sun Staff Writer | March 1, 1995
With a minimum of debate, the state Senate handed Parris N. Glendening his first significant victory as governor yesterday, approving two controversial Cabinet nominees with ties to the Prince George's County pension program.The Senate voted to approve Michael J. Knapp as personnel secretary on a 28-19 vote. Six Democrats, including Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., joined 13 of the chamber's 15 Republicans in opposition to the nominee.Frank W. Stegman was confirmed as secretary of labor, licensing and regulation on a 29-18 vote.
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August 18, 1995
Even before he set foot in the governor's office, Parris N. Glendening found himself defending the dubious activities of two cronies he brought with him from Prince George's County. Both labor and licensing secretary Frank W. Stegman and personnel secretary Michael J. Knapp have seriously abused their powers and have engaged in blatant favoritism.This summer, Mr. Stegman hired Mr. Knapp's wife for a $36,000-a-year job that should have been filled through merit exams -- and got approval to circumvent the law from Mr. Knapp himself.
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May 13, 2003
On May 11, 2003, MARGARET E. ZEITERS (nee Piercy); beloved wife of William Zeiters; devoted mother of Sheila Stegman and her husband Bruce; loving grandmother of Ashley Stegman; dear sister of Mildred Chesser; dear aunt of Cindy and Jeffery Chesser. She is also survived by many loving relatives and friends. Visitation at the Kaczorowski Funeral Home, P.A., 2525 Fleet Street on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Service on Thursday at 11 A.M. Interment in Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Marina Sarris and Marina Sarris,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer Peter Jensen contributed to this article | August 10, 1995
Two members of the governor's Cabinet came under fire from legislators yesterday in the wake of a news report that one had hired the other's wife.Frank W. Stegman, secretary of labor, licensing and regulation, should not have hired the wife of personnel Secretary Michael J. Knapp without advertising the job, lawmakers said."
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September 3, 1995
Back from his summer vacation, Gov. Parris N. Glendening didn't waste time before putting an end to the embarrassing performance of two cronies he brought with him from Prince George's County. Both labor and licensing secretary Frank W. Stegman and personnel secretary Michael J. Knapp had become liabilities to the governor, who announced their resignations Friday.What precipitated the move was a "good ole boy" arrangement that has no place in State House affairs. First Mr. Stegman hired Mr. Knapp's wife for a $36,000-a-year job that should have been filled through competitive civil service exams -- and got approval to circumvent the law from Mr. Knapp himself.
NEWS
February 8, 1995
"Somebody gave away the store." That's how a Prince George's county councilman, with 34 years of labor expertise, described the cozy pension and benefits agreements worked out by Parris N. Glendening and his aides when they were running the county. Now Governor Glendening and those same aides are running the state of Maryland. Does this mean sweetheart pension and benefits deals?What happened in Prince George's is a textbook case of how not to handle labor matters. The agreements helped seal the unions' political loyalties to Mr. Glendening's campaign for governor and also helped get the county government through the recession.
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May 13, 2003
On May 11, 2003, MARGARET E. ZEITERS (nee Piercy); beloved wife of William Zeiters; devoted mother of Sheila Stegman and her husband Bruce; loving grandmother of Ashley Stegman; dear sister of Mildred Chesser; dear aunt of Cindy and Jeffery Chesser. She is also survived by many loving relatives and friends. Visitation at the Kaczorowski Funeral Home, P.A., 2525 Fleet Street on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Service on Thursday at 11 A.M. Interment in Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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January 22, 2001
Charles Donald Stegman, 85, Army officer, accountant Charles Donald Stegman, a former Army officer and certified public accountant, died Wednesday at his home in Arnold of congestive heart failure. He was 85. After a long career in the family business, Mr. Stegman became a globe-trotting teacher in his retirement years. As a part-time faculty member of the University of Maryland, he taught accounting and business to American soldiers stationed in Japan, Korea and Germany. Born in Baltimore, he graduated from City College in 1932 and Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va., in 1936.
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By Sarah Pekkanen and Sarah Pekkanen,SUN STAFF | March 27, 1998
When it comes to vivid teaching tools, Carolyn Stegman finds it hard to beat an old classic: the thick history text she was given as a junior high school student three decades ago."It has all the tragic events -- the wars and the famine and the settling of the West," said Stegman, an adjunct professor at Salisbury State University.But when Stegman reaches for the book, it's to show her students what isn't recorded in the 400 densely worded pages. Tucked in between profiles of legendary characters and heroic tales are only a few short paragraphs chronicling the contributions of American women.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1997
Four teen-agers were hospitalized Sunday after the car in which they were riding smashed into a tree in Cape St. Claire, county police said.Alison Martin, 17, of the 1200 block of Summerwood Court in Arnold and Christen Dixon, 16, both passengers, were in critical condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. The driver, Larry Mason, 17, of the 500 block of President St. was in fair condition at Shock Trauma.A third passenger, Nick Blackmon, 17, of the 300 block of Hillsmere Drive, was in stable condition at Anne Arundel Medical Center.
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December 29, 1995
Police logOwen Brown: 9800 block of Broken Land Parkway: Someone gained entry through the unlocked exterior door of B&B Associates, pried open interior doors and took computer equipment between Saturday afternoon and Tuesday morning, police said.Owen Brown: 6800 block of Oak Hall Lane: Someone climbed over interior walls of Stegman & Co. and stole cash between Dec. 22 and Wednesday, police said.Owen Brown: 5900 block of Tamar Drive: Police arrested a13-year-old Columbia boy who they said was trying to break into the Treover Condominium Association office about 11:50 a.m. Dec. 22.
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September 3, 1995
Back from his summer vacation, Gov. Parris N. Glendening didn't waste time before putting an end to the embarrassing performance of two cronies he brought with him from Prince George's County. Both labor and licensing secretary Frank W. Stegman and personnel secretary Michael J. Knapp had become liabilities to the governor, who announced their resignations Friday.What precipitated the move was a "good ole boy" arrangement that has no place in State House affairs. First Mr. Stegman hired Mr. Knapp's wife for a $36,000-a-year job that should have been filled through competitive civil service exams -- and got approval to circumvent the law from Mr. Knapp himself.
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By Marina Sarris and Marina Sarris,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer John W. Frece contributed to this article | August 18, 1995
Gov. Parris N. Glendening yesterday defended an administration proposal to increase the salary of his labor secretary by $10,000.At the same time, however, he made clear through his chief of staff that he is concerned that controversy has continued to surround the secretary, Frank W. Stegman, as well as state Personnel Secretary Michael J. Knapp.Mr. Knapp last month signed a proposal to raise Mr. Stegman's salary from $100,542 to $110,540. The recommendation irritated some legislators so much that the governor recently agreed to withdraw it until the General Assembly convenes in January.
NEWS
December 29, 1995
Police logOwen Brown: 9800 block of Broken Land Parkway: Someone gained entry through the unlocked exterior door of B&B Associates, pried open interior doors and took computer equipment between Saturday afternoon and Tuesday morning, police said.Owen Brown: 6800 block of Oak Hall Lane: Someone climbed over interior walls of Stegman & Co. and stole cash between Dec. 22 and Wednesday, police said.Owen Brown: 5900 block of Tamar Drive: Police arrested a13-year-old Columbia boy who they said was trying to break into the Treover Condominium Association office about 11:50 a.m. Dec. 22.
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By John W. Frece and John W. Frece,Sun Staff Writer | September 2, 1995
Gov. Parris N. Glendening, in an act of political damage control, has forced the resignations of two Cabinet secretaries who had become a constant embarrassment to his young administration.Mr. Glendening said yesterday that Michael J. Knapp, personnel secretary, and Frank W. Stegman, labor, licensing and regulation secretary, had lost their effectiveness and become a distraction. He said he asked for and received their resignations Thursday."This is obviously a very, very difficult decision for me," Mr. Glendening said.
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