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By MICHAEL OLESKER | February 2, 1992
She remembers years with a husband who was filled with frustration. The husband was a cop who said the system kept breaking down. The bad guys kept getting away. The wife shrugged her shoulders and never quite understood what he was talking about.She understands now. The husband was murdered on a highway in a routine traffic stop, and the system seems to have broken down in the prosecution of his killers. The husband was Maryland State Trooper Ted Wolf, and his killers got a break, and now the old frustrations are all coming clear to Virginia Wolf.
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September 28, 2005
On September 24, 2005, in Edmond, OK, STEWART G. WOLF JR., M.D., beloved husband of Barbara Wolf (nee Howell) and the late Virginia Wolf (nee Danforth); devoted father of Angeline W. Gloria, her husband James and their children Joe and Rose of Bangor, PA, Thomas D. Wolf, his wife Peggy of Bangor, PA and their son Nicolas of Durango, CO and the late Stewart G. Wolf III, his wife Maggy and their son Tom of New Orleans, LA; stepfather of Janet Holt of Oklahoma City, OK and her children Melissa Chavis of Norman, OK, Christopher Chavis of New York City and James A. Young of Oklahoma City, OK; uncle of George Thomsen, Timothy Wolf and Grace Babcock of Baltimore, Van Wolf of Phoenix, AZ and Constance Fowlkes of Bangor, PA. Also survived by many great-nieces and nephews.
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September 28, 2005
On September 24, 2005, in Edmond, OK, STEWART G. WOLF JR., M.D., beloved husband of Barbara Wolf (nee Howell) and the late Virginia Wolf (nee Danforth); devoted father of Angeline W. Gloria, her husband James and their children Joe and Rose of Bangor, PA, Thomas D. Wolf, his wife Peggy of Bangor, PA and their son Nicolas of Durango, CO and the late Stewart G. Wolf III, his wife Maggy and their son Tom of New Orleans, LA; stepfather of Janet Holt of Oklahoma City, OK and her children Melissa Chavis of Norman, OK, Christopher Chavis of New York City and James A. Young of Oklahoma City, OK; uncle of George Thomsen, Timothy Wolf and Grace Babcock of Baltimore, Van Wolf of Phoenix, AZ and Constance Fowlkes of Bangor, PA. Also survived by many great-nieces and nephews.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | February 2, 1992
She remembers years with a husband who was filled with frustration. The husband was a cop who said the system kept breaking down. The bad guys kept getting away. The wife shrugged her shoulders and never quite understood what he was talking about.She understands now. The husband was murdered on a highway in a routine traffic stop, and the system seems to have broken down in the prosecution of his killers. The husband was Maryland State Trooper Ted Wolf, and his killers got a break, and now the old frustrations are all coming clear to Virginia Wolf.
NEWS
March 12, 1993
Slain trooper's wife to speak at meetingThe next meeting of the Eastern District Police-Community Relations Council is set for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Mountain Road station.Virginia Wolf, wife of a state trooper murdered on Interstate 95 several years ago, and Debbie Tall will speak about the Victims Rights Coalition and answer questions.Afterward, police officials will be available to answer questions about local law enforcement.The council, a volunteer group open to the public, also is planning a tour of the county's emergency 911 communications center in May.Speed skaters bring home 51 ribbonsThe Pasadena Speed Team participated in a skating meet Feb. 28 in Dover, Del. The team came home with 51 ribbons.
NEWS
February 3, 1993
Decision expected soon on amphitheater projectA California firm that wants to build an amphitheater in the region is expected to make a decision in two weeks on whether it will choose a West County site or one in Virginia.County Council Chairman David G. Boschert said yesterday that the firm, which he declines to name, is trying to raise enough money to see the project through.Mr. Boschert said it is likely the company will come to the Laurel area on land near Fort Meade south of Route 198, behind Welch's Trailer Park.
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January 19, 2006
On January 15, 2006, VIRGINIA LEE WOLF (nee Sanford), beloved wife of the late Charles John Wolf, devoted mother of Lee Michael Wolf and Patricia Trovato, mother-in-law of Amy Wolf and James Trovato. Loving grandmother of Maria, Philip, James, Jr., Joshua, Serena, Zachary, Riva, Sara Beth and Daniel, great-grandmother of Hunter. Also survived by loving nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the SCHIMUNEK FUNERAL HOME, INC., 9705 Belair Road (at Forge Road) on Wednesday 7 to 9 P.M. and Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where funeral services will be held on Friday at 12 noon.
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April 17, 2005
County announces road projects for week The Carroll County Department of Public Works announced road projects for this week. Guard rail installation and shoulder work: Alesia Road, Lees Mill Road. Shoulder work: Schalk Road No. 1, Alesia-Lineboro Road, Church Street, Old Westminster Pike. Excavation and curb work: Center Street/Gorsuch Road roundabout. Closed for bridge reconstruction: Murkle Road Bridge, Stoney Lane Bridge. Final shoulder work (subdivisions): Arched Bow Alley, Aspen Run, Cedarbrook, Sunset Way, Sylvan Park, Valley View Farms, Valley Vista, Valley Vista North, Village Green Estates, Virginia Dare, Wolf Hill.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | August 4, 1991
All through the long week, you heard the talk everywhere: The Eric Tirado jury went soft. When the convicted killer of state trooper Ted Wolf got life in prison instead of death in the gas chamber, a message seemed to be dispatched to all who slay at random: Nobody in Maryland pays the ultimate price for murder.You heard it on the radio talk shows, and people sent angry letters to the editor. Around police stations and courthouses, a sense of veiled rage hung in the air.And on Interstate 95 near Jessup, by the patch of highway where Wolf was shot in the head while writing Tirado a speeding ticket, someone left a hand-lettered sign that seemed a bitter howl of protest: "An Eye for An Eye."
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | April 8, 1992
A company that wants to build an amphitheater in the region similar to Northern Virginia's Wolf Trap is close to choosing a West County site, the chairman of the County Council said yesterday.County Councilman David G. Boschert, D-Crownsville, said the company is near a decision on a site in the Manassas, Va., or Maryland City area."They are very interested in coming here now," he said. "The company has not given (Northern Virginia) up, but we are its priority now."Boschert, who said he spoke to officials from the California-based company by phone Friday, said he is working out technical detailsof a land deal that would make available 100 acres near Fort Meade for the company and the county, which could use the rest of the land for much-needed ball fields.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff Writer | March 4, 1992
Morning rush-hour traffic on Interstate 95 slowed to a crawl yesterday as motorists strained to read a homemade billboard in the median strip."Trooper Ted Wolf was murdered here. One of his killers will be eligible for parole in 15 years. Think about it."The 4-by-6 white sign with red lettering was placed just south of the Route 175 overpass where state police Cpl. Theodore D. Wolf was shot twice in the head while sitting in his cruiser during a traffic stop March 29, 1990.The killer referred to in the sign is Francisco Rodriguez, 21, who pleaded guilty in January to first-degree murder in Corporal Wolf's death, and was sentenced to life in prison.
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