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July 4, 2006
JOHN (JACK) VINTON CLIFT, MD. Born March 14, 1926 died June 29, 2006. Dr. Clift was originally from Baltimore, MD and recently resided locally in Jacksonville, Florida. Dr. Clift entered Johns Hopkins University at the age of 17 only to withdraw early to serve his country during World War II. At age 19 he was commissioned as Second Lieutenant in the US Army. Returning after the war, in 1946 he resumed his education at the Hampden-Sydney College in Farmville, VA. graduating Magna Cum Lauda and then later graduating in the top of his class from University of Maryland School of Medicine in 1953.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 27, 2011
Joseph Edward Johnson Jr., a retired construction manager, died Nov. 18 of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Columbia. The longtime Wilson Point resident was 61. Born in Baltimore and raised on Beaumont Avenue in Govans, Mr. Johnson was a 1968 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School in Irvington. He served from 1969 to 1973 in the Marine Corps, where he attained the rank of sergeant. For almost 40 years, Mr. Johnson worked in mechanical contracting and construction management.
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By Patricia Meisol and Patricia Meisol,SUN STAFF | August 4, 2003
The postcard from the place they had hoped to be vacationing in was ordinary. "Dear Mom and Dad, I really miss you. I am having a great time." It arrived in the Kingsville living room of Peter and Kay Vinton, carried in by one of the around-the-clock nurses they had hired after they returned home in wheelchairs, her ribs and feet broken, his pelvis cracked and legs broken, their spirits intact. Kay had been surprised that the postcard came from their youngest daughter, Shannon, who is 7. The rest of the gang, well, they called the first day to say they had arrived in Ireland safely, and then, three days passed before they called again.
NEWS
July 4, 2006
JOHN (JACK) VINTON CLIFT, MD. Born March 14, 1926 died June 29, 2006. Dr. Clift was originally from Baltimore, MD and recently resided locally in Jacksonville, Florida. Dr. Clift entered Johns Hopkins University at the age of 17 only to withdraw early to serve his country during World War II. At age 19 he was commissioned as Second Lieutenant in the US Army. Returning after the war, in 1946 he resumed his education at the Hampden-Sydney College in Farmville, VA. graduating Magna Cum Lauda and then later graduating in the top of his class from University of Maryland School of Medicine in 1953.
NEWS
March 22, 2004
VIOLA MOONEY (nee BAKER), 82, of Vinton, Va., and formely of Anne Arundel County, MD., died Saturday, March 20, 2004. She was a former employee of The Maryland Department of Motor Vehicles. Survivors include six children; Carl Vernon Owens, Gettyburgs, PA., Milton Howard Owens, Palm Coast, FL., Carol Viola Wood, Vinton VA., Michael Ernest Mooney, Palm City, FL., Bessie Ann Cardoni, Barrie Ontario Canada, John Franklin Mooney, Roanoke VA., eighteen grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
NEWS
March 12, 2004
On January 27, 2004 ADORA B. MOORE, beloved wife of the late Paul W. Moore, Sr., mother of Joye Macer, Paul Moore, Jr., and B. Vinton Moore. Memorial Saturday, March 13 at 11 A.M., Madison Presbyterian Church, 2110 Madison Avenue (near North Avenue).
NEWS
February 23, 1991
Howard Vinton Sutphin Sr., who owned a manufacturer's representative agency, died Jan. 15 at Anne Arundel Medical Center after a lengthy illness.He was 77 and had lived in Annapolis for 11 years, having moved there from Towson.Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr. Sutphin was educated in New York City. He was the original factory representative for the Hunter Fan Co., selling fans to farmers for keeping livestock cool during the summer.He later founded Manufacturer's Representative Agency, handling specialty products for several companies.
BUSINESS
By Meredith Schlow and Meredith Schlow,Evening Sun Staff | December 16, 1991
The Pickersgill Retirement Center has broken ground on a $17.7 million renovation that will more than double the size of the 150-resident Baltimore County "life-care" facility.All of the new apartments have already been leased, according to Brantley C. Hart Jr., Pickersgill's executive director, something he attributes to the center's "pay-as-you-go" concept. The expansion will add 87 apartments and 102,000 square feet to the center's existing 88,500 square feet."In our marketing surveys, we had received a great deal of interest because of the type of facilities we're offering and the types of fee scales," Hart said.
BUSINESS
May 24, 1993
*The Baltimore Chapter No. 21 of the American Society of Professional Estimators elected the following officers for the 1992-1993 term: James H. Sisk of Chesapeake Concrete Construction, president; Earl T. Rosenow of E. T. Rosenow Construction Services Co., 1st vice president; W. Eugene Taylor of J. Vinton Schafer & Sons, 2nd vice president; Erle W. Howard Jr. of Electrical Esti mating Services, 3rd vice president; Andrea C. Olaoye of Springdale Construction Co....
FEATURES
By Los Angeles Times | October 30, 1990
The Beaver directs! Jerry Mathers will direct his first feature, Teleview Films' "When the Saints Come Marching In." The comedy, written by Paul Crary and produced by Paul Rapp, concerns the owner of a pro football team -- played by singer Bobby Vinton -- whose team becomes a winner thanks to the music of the legendary jazz band, the Dukes of Dixieland. The film shoots next spring in New Orleans.
NEWS
March 22, 2004
VIOLA MOONEY (nee BAKER), 82, of Vinton, Va., and formely of Anne Arundel County, MD., died Saturday, March 20, 2004. She was a former employee of The Maryland Department of Motor Vehicles. Survivors include six children; Carl Vernon Owens, Gettyburgs, PA., Milton Howard Owens, Palm Coast, FL., Carol Viola Wood, Vinton VA., Michael Ernest Mooney, Palm City, FL., Bessie Ann Cardoni, Barrie Ontario Canada, John Franklin Mooney, Roanoke VA., eighteen grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
NEWS
March 12, 2004
On January 27, 2004 ADORA B. MOORE, beloved wife of the late Paul W. Moore, Sr., mother of Joye Macer, Paul Moore, Jr., and B. Vinton Moore. Memorial Saturday, March 13 at 11 A.M., Madison Presbyterian Church, 2110 Madison Avenue (near North Avenue).
FEATURES
By Patricia Meisol and Patricia Meisol,SUN STAFF | August 4, 2003
The postcard from the place they had hoped to be vacationing in was ordinary. "Dear Mom and Dad, I really miss you. I am having a great time." It arrived in the Kingsville living room of Peter and Kay Vinton, carried in by one of the around-the-clock nurses they had hired after they returned home in wheelchairs, her ribs and feet broken, his pelvis cracked and legs broken, their spirits intact. Kay had been surprised that the postcard came from their youngest daughter, Shannon, who is 7. The rest of the gang, well, they called the first day to say they had arrived in Ireland safely, and then, three days passed before they called again.
BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | January 23, 1998
Get used to the sound of your own voice. It could be the main one you hear in the next century.That was a prediction by Vinton G. Cerf -- often called the "Father of the Internet" for his role in co-designing the global network -- in a speech yesterday.Currently, about half of all communication is done verbally -- typically by phone -- with the balance by data transmission, meaning faxes, e-mail and the Internet. Those percentages could shift to 90 percent data transmission and 10 percent voice by 2010, Cerf said.
BUSINESS
May 24, 1993
*The Baltimore Chapter No. 21 of the American Society of Professional Estimators elected the following officers for the 1992-1993 term: James H. Sisk of Chesapeake Concrete Construction, president; Earl T. Rosenow of E. T. Rosenow Construction Services Co., 1st vice president; W. Eugene Taylor of J. Vinton Schafer & Sons, 2nd vice president; Erle W. Howard Jr. of Electrical Esti mating Services, 3rd vice president; Andrea C. Olaoye of Springdale Construction Co....
BUSINESS
By Meredith Schlow and Meredith Schlow,Evening Sun Staff | December 16, 1991
The Pickersgill Retirement Center has broken ground on a $17.7 million renovation that will more than double the size of the 150-resident Baltimore County "life-care" facility.All of the new apartments have already been leased, according to Brantley C. Hart Jr., Pickersgill's executive director, something he attributes to the center's "pay-as-you-go" concept. The expansion will add 87 apartments and 102,000 square feet to the center's existing 88,500 square feet."In our marketing surveys, we had received a great deal of interest because of the type of facilities we're offering and the types of fee scales," Hart said.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | November 25, 2011
Joseph Edward Johnson Jr., a retired construction manager, died Nov. 18 of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Columbia. The longtime Wilson Point resident was 61. Born in Baltimore and raised on Beaumont Avenue in Govans, Mr. Johnson was a 1968 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School in Irvington. He served from 1969 to 1973 in the Marine Corps, where he attained the rank of sergeant. For almost 40 years, Mr. Johnson worked in mechanical contracting and construction management.
NEWS
February 23, 1991
Howard Vinton Sutphin Sr., who owned a manufacturer's representative agency, died Jan. 15 at Anne Arundel Medical Center after a lengthy illness.He was 77 and had lived in Annapolis for 11 years, having moved there from Towson.Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr. Sutphin was educated in New York City. He was the original factory representative for the Hunter Fan Co., selling fans to farmers for keeping livestock cool during the summer.He later founded Manufacturer's Representative Agency, handling specialty products for several companies.
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