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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | January 5, 1997
Susan Hurley Harrison, the Ruxton woman who was found slain in November after she had been missing for 2 1/2 years, was buried Friday in Boston.After a funeral Mass at St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church in Hingham, Mass., Mrs. Harrison, 52, was buried in Boston's New Calvary Cemetery, next to the shamrock-engraved headstone where her parents are interred.Her brother John P. Hurley of Cambridge, Mass., said the burial ** has finally given the family a sense of peace. "A large piece of the puzzle has been solved now that we've been able to give her a dignified, Christian burial," he said.
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June 18, 2006
The Maryland Cooperative Extension will hold its annual Dairy Field Days this summer at the Howard County Fairgrounds in West Friendship. Show dates, deadline for registration and contact for each breed are as follows: Ayrshire: July 22, entry by July 7 to Rick Hodiak, 410-313-1912. Brown Swiss: July 22, entry by July 1 to Bonnie Remsberg, 301-371-5498. Guernsey: July 8, entry to Shirley Smith, 301-834-8539. Jersey: July 15, entry by July 1 to Marcia Molesworth, 301-371- 4293. Holstein: July 13 in Frederick and July 17 in Timonium; entry by July 1 to Paul and Susan Harrison at 301-834-5123, and Steve Wilson at 410-666-1022, respectively.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF | December 21, 1996
Susan Hurley Harrison, the Ruxton woman whose skeletal remains were found last month in rural Frederick County, died of head injuries, the state medical examiner said yesterday in ruling her death a homicide.But even with the autopsy results, investigators acknowledged that they still do not know where she was killed or what weapon was used."We always felt this was a homicide, and we have operated that way since the beginning," said state police spokesman Michael J. McKelvin. "This is another piece of the puzzle."
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December 16, 2004
On December 14, 2004, RICHARD E. ZIMMERMAN, beloved husband of the late Minnie M. (nee Mahoney); devoted step-father of Joan R. Lewis; dear grandfather of Sandra Hanson, Susan Harrison and Carol Harrison. Also survived by six great-grandchildren. Visiting at the Lassahn Funeral Home, Inc., 7401 Belair Road (Overlea) on Thursday, 2 to 5 P.M. Funeral Services will be held on Friday at 11:00 A.M. Interment, Parkwood Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Gatch Memorial United Methodist Church, 5738 Belair Road, Baltimore, MD 21206 or the Community Hospice of Maryland, 9940 Franklin Square Drive, Baltimore, MD 21236.
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December 16, 2004
On December 14, 2004, RICHARD E. ZIMMERMAN, beloved husband of the late Minnie M. (nee Mahoney); devoted step-father of Joan R. Lewis; dear grandfather of Sandra Hanson, Susan Harrison and Carol Harrison. Also survived by six great-grandchildren. Visiting at the Lassahn Funeral Home, Inc., 7401 Belair Road (Overlea) on Thursday, 2 to 5 P.M. Funeral Services will be held on Friday at 11:00 A.M. Interment, Parkwood Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Gatch Memorial United Methodist Church, 5738 Belair Road, Baltimore, MD 21206 or the Community Hospice of Maryland, 9940 Franklin Square Drive, Baltimore, MD 21236.
NEWS
June 18, 2006
The Maryland Cooperative Extension will hold its annual Dairy Field Days this summer at the Howard County Fairgrounds in West Friendship. Show dates, deadline for registration and contact for each breed are as follows: Ayrshire: July 22, entry by July 7 to Rick Hodiak, 410-313-1912. Brown Swiss: July 22, entry by July 1 to Bonnie Remsberg, 301-371-5498. Guernsey: July 8, entry to Shirley Smith, 301-834-8539. Jersey: July 15, entry by July 1 to Marcia Molesworth, 301-371- 4293. Holstein: July 13 in Frederick and July 17 in Timonium; entry by July 1 to Paul and Susan Harrison at 301-834-5123, and Steve Wilson at 410-666-1022, respectively.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF | July 30, 1996
Days before the second anniversary of Susan Hurley Harrison's disappearance, her family plans to have her picture and a plea for information displayed on a billboard in the area where she was last seen in Timonium.The billboard -- with a color photograph and asking in large block letters, "Where is Susan Harrison?" -- is to appear Thursday on Timonium Road near Interstate 83, according to Carey Deeley, lawyer who is handling Harrison's estate."Maybe it will jog someone's memory when they see a picture of her," Deeley said.
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By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,Sun Staff Writer Staff writer Dan Thanh Dang contributed to this article | August 20, 1995
At first, those who mourned Susan Hurley Harrison could not bring themselves to say the word without wincing. They had few illusions -- virtually everyone believed Susan was dead, and was convinced of this fact within days of her disappearance on Aug. 6, 1994. But the word itself was so stark and inanimate, so cold and flat.Body. They were looking for a body.The word was always there, in the back and front of their minds. It was all they thought about -- Susan's siblings, her sons, her first husband.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Jay Apperson, Dan Thanh Dang, Laura Lippman and Joe Nawrozki contributed to this article | December 6, 1996
The skeletal remains of Susan Hurley Harrison, the Ruxton woman who disappeared more than two years ago under mysterious circumstances, have been found in a shallow grave in a heavily wooded area of Frederick County, authorities said yesterday.Dr. John E. Smialek, chief medical examiner for Maryland, said the remains found Friday in Wolfsville by two hikers were those of Mrs. Harrison, last seen alive at her estranged husband's Timonium home Aug. 5, 1994.He said Mrs. Harrison was positively identified through dental records, but the cause of death was not immediately evident.
FEATURES
May 15, 1999
The conceit of the perfect crime is just that -- a conceit. Unsolved crimes are generally borne of imperfections, not concocted by criminal masterminds. There is the imperfection of the crime scene, assuming one exists. The imperfection, or complete lack, of physical evidence. The imperfection of witnesses, who may not even know the clues they hold. And, finally, the imperfection of the killer's soul, which resists any impulse toward confession. The death of Susan Hurley Harrison, the 52-year-old Ruxton woman who disappeared in August 1994, has long tantalized Baltimore with its tabloid-ready details.
FEATURES
May 15, 1999
The conceit of the perfect crime is just that -- a conceit. Unsolved crimes are generally borne of imperfections, not concocted by criminal masterminds. There is the imperfection of the crime scene, assuming one exists. The imperfection, or complete lack, of physical evidence. The imperfection of witnesses, who may not even know the clues they hold. And, finally, the imperfection of the killer's soul, which resists any impulse toward confession. The death of Susan Hurley Harrison, the 52-year-old Ruxton woman who disappeared in August 1994, has long tantalized Baltimore with its tabloid-ready details.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | January 5, 1997
Susan Hurley Harrison, the Ruxton woman who was found slain in November after she had been missing for 2 1/2 years, was buried Friday in Boston.After a funeral Mass at St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church in Hingham, Mass., Mrs. Harrison, 52, was buried in Boston's New Calvary Cemetery, next to the shamrock-engraved headstone where her parents are interred.Her brother John P. Hurley of Cambridge, Mass., said the burial ** has finally given the family a sense of peace. "A large piece of the puzzle has been solved now that we've been able to give her a dignified, Christian burial," he said.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF | December 21, 1996
Susan Hurley Harrison, the Ruxton woman whose skeletal remains were found last month in rural Frederick County, died of head injuries, the state medical examiner said yesterday in ruling her death a homicide.But even with the autopsy results, investigators acknowledged that they still do not know where she was killed or what weapon was used."We always felt this was a homicide, and we have operated that way since the beginning," said state police spokesman Michael J. McKelvin. "This is another piece of the puzzle."
NEWS
By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Jay Apperson, Dan Thanh Dang, Laura Lippman and Joe Nawrozki contributed to this article | December 6, 1996
The skeletal remains of Susan Hurley Harrison, the Ruxton woman who disappeared more than two years ago under mysterious circumstances, have been found in a shallow grave in a heavily wooded area of Frederick County, authorities said yesterday.Dr. John E. Smialek, chief medical examiner for Maryland, said the remains found Friday in Wolfsville by two hikers were those of Mrs. Harrison, last seen alive at her estranged husband's Timonium home Aug. 5, 1994.He said Mrs. Harrison was positively identified through dental records, but the cause of death was not immediately evident.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF | July 30, 1996
Days before the second anniversary of Susan Hurley Harrison's disappearance, her family plans to have her picture and a plea for information displayed on a billboard in the area where she was last seen in Timonium.The billboard -- with a color photograph and asking in large block letters, "Where is Susan Harrison?" -- is to appear Thursday on Timonium Road near Interstate 83, according to Carey Deeley, lawyer who is handling Harrison's estate."Maybe it will jog someone's memory when they see a picture of her," Deeley said.
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By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,Sun Staff Writer Staff writer Dan Thanh Dang contributed to this article | August 20, 1995
At first, those who mourned Susan Hurley Harrison could not bring themselves to say the word without wincing. They had few illusions -- virtually everyone believed Susan was dead, and was convinced of this fact within days of her disappearance on Aug. 6, 1994. But the word itself was so stark and inanimate, so cold and flat.Body. They were looking for a body.The word was always there, in the back and front of their minds. It was all they thought about -- Susan's siblings, her sons, her first husband.
NEWS
October 29, 2005
On October 28, 2005, RUTH FELDMAN KAMINKOW GOLD, after a brief illness; beloved daughter of the late Milton J. and Rita "Babe" Lipsitz Feldman; adored sister of Dr. Benjamin Feldman and Sheila Cohen, both of Baltimore, MD; beloved mother of Susan Harrison and her husband Robert of Rockville, MD and Joseph Kaminkow and his wife Kim of Reno, NV; devoted grandmother of Adrian Harrison and Corey, David and Katie Kaminkow. Also survived by her darling friends, Teddy and Lucky Baby. Services and interment will be held at Shaarei Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery-Windsor Mill Road, on Sunday, October 30 at 10:30 A.M. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the American Lung Association of Maryland, 1840 York Road, (21093)
NEWS
June 9, 2002
LEAD Maryland, a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing leadership for agriculture and rural communities, is accepting applications for its third class, which begins in February. The application deadline for LEAD Maryland fellowships is Oct. 1. Finalists will be interviewed and a class of up to 25 fellows will be named by the end of this year. LEAD stands for Leadership, Education, Action and Development - the class will focus on these qualities. Successful candidates will have demonstrated emerging leadership abilities and interest in agricultural and social issues.
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