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March 4, 2004
On March 2, 2004; WILLIAM E. of Owings Mills, dear brother of Harry E. Tinkler. Graveside Services will be held on Friday at 2 PM from Wards Chapel Cemetery. Arrangements by Haight Funeral Home.
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June 11, 2006
Joseph Walter Tinkler, known for his preaching and singing at Apostolic Faith Church in East Baltimore, died Sunday in his Baltimore home of diabetes. He was 56. The eldest of five children, Mr. Tinkler grew up in Northeast Baltimore and attended city public schools, including the old Public School No. 453 in Washington Hill, a sister said. His mother, Irene Starks of Baltimore, is a retired Baltimore County schools engineer and his adoptive father, Edward Starks, who died in 1970, was a construction worker, according to Mr. Tinkler's sister, Gretchen M. Starks of Baltimore.
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NEWS
September 15, 2004
On Monday, September 13, 2004RICHARD G. husband of the late Nancy C. Tinkler; beloved father of Brian G., Scott L. and Nina C. Tinkler; brother of Vera Tinkler. Also survived by six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services incomplete. Inquiries may be made to the Stallings Funeral Home, P.A., 410-360-1770. Memorial contributions to the Hospice of the Chesapeake or the American Cancer Society.
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December 26, 2005
HARRY E. TINKLER, 65, of Reisterstown died on December 19, 2005 at home. He is survived by a Wife, Susan, four sons; Dean of New Freeport, PA; Randy of Van Nuys, CA; Larry of Marathon, FL; Ryan of Reisterstown, MD; a daughter, Michaele Mick of Cresco, PA; stepdaughter Amber Dougherty and her two children of Reisterstown, MD. He was preceeded in death by his parents and his brother William. A private service will be held by the family at a later date. Cary) WALTMAN, beloved wife of the late K. G. "Red" Waltman; devoted and loving mother of Diane C. Spanos and her husband Curtiss Spanos; adored grandmother of Carrie Harrington and her husband Brian Harrington; adored grandmother of Katie Spanos and adored great-grandmother of Grace Evelyn Harrington.
NEWS
October 5, 2004
Suddenly on October 3, 2004, MARGARET RESH TINKLER, of Reisterstown, MD; beloved wife of the late Arthur Tinkler. Funeral Service will be held at ECKARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL, P.A., 11605 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills, Thursday, 10 A.M. Interment in Deer Park Church Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday from 6 to 9 P.M.
NEWS
June 11, 2006
Joseph Walter Tinkler, known for his preaching and singing at Apostolic Faith Church in East Baltimore, died Sunday in his Baltimore home of diabetes. He was 56. The eldest of five children, Mr. Tinkler grew up in Northeast Baltimore and attended city public schools, including the old Public School No. 453 in Washington Hill, a sister said. His mother, Irene Starks of Baltimore, is a retired Baltimore County schools engineer and his adoptive father, Edward Starks, who died in 1970, was a construction worker, according to Mr. Tinkler's sister, Gretchen M. Starks of Baltimore.
NEWS
September 19, 2004
Richard Gordon Tinkler, a retired telephone technician, died Monday of complications from diabetes at his home in Pasadena. He was 69. A lifelong boater, Mr. Tinkler, who was on his sailboat the day before he died, served as commodore of the Magothy River Sailing Association. He helped manufacture fiberglass boats and was well known in yachting circles. After his retirement from the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co., he worked as the captain for several boats owned by Watermark Cruises in Annapolis, including the Harbour Queen and the Annapolitan.
NEWS
July 6, 2003
On June 28, 2003; DOROTHY D. (nee Tinkler); beloved wife of Ralph Weiss; mother of Charles J. and Matthew C. Wilson; daughter of Shirley McCarthy Tinkler and the late John E. Tinkler, Jr.; sister of Caroline Thomson, Janet Bristow, John Emory Tinkler III, William Tinkler and Virginia Horn; stepmother of Marni Thiess and Terry Weiss. Memorial Service 11 A.M. July 11 at the ELINE FUNERAL HOME, 11824 Reisterstown Road (at Franklin Boulevard). Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Humane Society of Baltimore County, 1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136.
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By Joe Nawrozki and Laura Barnhardt and Joe Nawrozki and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2004
The man who apparently shot and killed himself as police surrounded him in a wooded area in northwest Baltimore County on Tuesday was an arson suspect who had been the target of a search since last week, police said yesterday. William E. Tinkler, 62, who was charged with setting his Randallstown-area home on fire Feb. 25, was identified yesterday through fingerprints, said Officer Shawn Vinson, a county police spokesman. An autopsy was conducted yesterday, and the medical examiner's report could be complete by today, Vinson said.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | February 26, 2004
A house in rural northwestern Baltimore County burned to the ground early yesterday - just hours before the 62-year-old man who had lived there his entire life was to be evicted, authorities said. Initially, firefighters feared that William E. Tinkler had died in the blaze, which was seen by a neighbor about 2 a.m. Once the fire was extinguished, investigators sifted through rubble using a backhoe and search dogs. But when they found no trace of the reclusive man or his two cats, investigators began scouring the nearby woods for Tinkler, who lost his 1.22-acre property in the 10400 block of Lyons Mill Road this summer after failing to pay $5,579 in taxes.
NEWS
September 19, 2004
Richard Gordon Tinkler, a retired telephone technician, died Monday of complications from diabetes at his home in Pasadena. He was 69. A lifelong boater, Mr. Tinkler, who was on his sailboat the day before he died, served as commodore of the Magothy River Sailing Association. He helped manufacture fiberglass boats and was well known in yachting circles. After his retirement from the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co., he worked as the captain for several boats owned by Watermark Cruises in Annapolis, including the Harbour Queen and the Annapolitan.
NEWS
By Joe Nawrozki and Laura Barnhardt and Joe Nawrozki and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2004
The man who apparently shot and killed himself as police surrounded him in a wooded area in northwest Baltimore County on Tuesday was an arson suspect who had been the target of a search since last week, police said yesterday. William E. Tinkler, 62, who was charged with setting his Randallstown-area home on fire Feb. 25, was identified yesterday through fingerprints, said Officer Shawn Vinson, a county police spokesman. An autopsy was conducted yesterday, and the medical examiner's report could be complete by today, Vinson said.
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By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2004
A man being pursued by police in a wooded area in northwestern Baltimore County apparently shot and killed himself yesterday, and authorities were attempting to confirm whether he was the man accused of burning down his home last week. County police and officers from the state Department of Natural Resources cornered the man about 3 p.m. in a remote section of Soldiers Delight state park, and the man retreated to a hole he had dug near some trees, said Officer Shawn Vinson, a county police spokesman.
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By From staff reports | February 28, 2004
In Maryland Light rail to close for work south of Camden Yards Beginning today, the state will shut down the light rail line south of Camden Yards for construction work, severing the city's rail link with Baltimore-Washington International Airport and forcing some Orioles and Ravens fans to find different routes to the stadiums. The shutdown will allow the Maryland Transit Administration to add a second track to portions of the line that have a single track. In Anne Arundel Man is denied bail in Annapolis killing Terrence Tolbert, one of two Annapolis men accused of killing a man in the city's historic district in 2002, was denied bail yesterday.
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