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April 11, 1991
Frank S. Waesche Jr., a retired real estate broker, died Tuesday of heart failure at his home in the Forty-Three Hundred North Charles Apartments. He was 80.A mass of Christian burial for Mr. Waesche will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Roman Catholic Shrine of the Sacred Heart, 5800 Smith Ave., Mount Washington.He retired about 20 years ago after doing business as Hill and Dale Realty for about 15 years.Earlier, he was a partner in Leader Realty.Born in Baltimore and a graduate of the Army Navy Preparatory School, he attended Baltimore Junior College, now the New Community College of Baltimore.
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By Natalie Sherman, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
Columbia-based office developer Corporate Office Properties Trust on Friday reported a flat performance year-over-year for the three months ended March 31. The real estate investment trust, which counts the U.S. government and major defense contractors as its biggest clients, reported net income of just $251,000 for the latest quarter, down from $8.9 million a year earlier. As a result, it reported no earnings per share, compared to 11 cents a year ago. However, REITS prefer to measure their performance using the funds from operations metric, which does not include depreciation and adjusts for other measures.
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NEWS
January 3, 2008
On December 28, 2007, JENNIE MARGARET MILLS (nee Briggs), beloved wife of the late John Sedwick Mills and devoted mother of Jane Mills Meyer and her husband, Charles; dear grandmother of Mary Mills Anderson and her husband, Jeff, Susan Waesche and her husband, John and David Littleton and his wife, Christa; loving great-grandmother of Jennifer Mary Kendrick, Jeffrey Matthew Anderson, Jane Mills Waesche, Grace Marie Anderson, Margaret Leigh Waesche, Jake...
BUSINESS
October 25, 2013
Corporate Office Properties Trust, a Columbia-based real estate investment trust, announced Friday that it loss in the third quarter narrowed from last year. The $7.45 million loss in the three months ended Sept. 30 was much lower than the $27.5 million it lost a year earlier. On a per share basis, it lost 9 cents, down from 39 cents. Quarterly revenues rose 5 percent to $136 million. COPT focuses on office real estate leased by the federal government and defense contractors in the greater Washington/Baltimore region.
NEWS
May 14, 2009
1 Stroke separating Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association golf champion Jason Burton of Calvert Hall, who shot a 147 over two days, from second-place Church Waesche of Loyola 3 No-hitters pitched by Bryn Mawr's Olivia Brocato this season, including one Tuesday in the opening round of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland softball tournament 79 Shot by Roland Park's Alina Jong in winning the individual IAAM golf championship and...
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | February 16, 1993
Anne Arundel officials, who spurned use of Baltimore's BRESCO incinerator 10 years ago, now are looking at the possibility of building their own trash-to-energy plant.A draft plan outlining the county's trash disposal needs for the next 20 years concludes that relying exclusively on landfills is no longer adequate. It says the county needs more recycling and facilities that either compost trash or burn it.No longer is there "going to be some magic hole in the ground where everything goes," said Richard Waesche with the county Department of Utilities.
NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | May 13, 1992
An Anne Arundel official in charge of the county's two landfills and recycling programs will be relieved of his duties this morning, a Department of Utilities spokeswoman said.Richard Waesche, chief of the county's Bureau of Solid Waste Management since the mid-1980s, will be reassigned to a non-management post within the Utilities Department's engineering division, said spokeswoman Jody Vollmar."We think Richard will be more productive in a position that more suits his abilities," Vollmar said.
BUSINESS
By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | July 26, 2013
Corporate Office Properties Trust lost $4.4 million in the second quarter of the year, the Columbia real estate investment firm announced Friday. From April through June of 2012, in comparison, the company had net income of $11.9 million. Per share, the 2013 second quarter loss amounted to 16 cents. During last year's second quarter, each share saw a 10 cent gain. Still, in the company's statement, President and CEO Roger A. Waesche said the firm had "a strong second quarter" and that the business is "on-track to exceed our leasing objectives for the year.
NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | April 24, 1992
The county has fired the Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authorityas project manager for the redesign of the troubled Millersville Landfill.The 3-year-old contract with the independent state agency, which provides solid waste expertise to Baltimore and the metropolitan counties, was severed soon after Department of Utilities Director Tom Neel took over management of the landfill nine days ago, county officials said.Yesterday, Neel said he was uncertain what services the authoritywas actually providing the county since Richard Waesche, the chief of the county's solid waste division, had been spending more time supervising the redesign than he had the 62-employee bureau.
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By JACQUES KELLY | May 3, 1993
Sherwood Gardens was just beginning to fill up with the annual crowd of tulip fanciers when 20 more visitors led by a man with a portable microphone crossed its fescue-rich lawns.Those other visitors were taking a three-hour walking tour of Guilford, the well-clipped North Baltimore neighborhood renowned for five-figure bills from house painters and tax assessors.James F. Waesche, Fenchurch Road resident, writer and local historian, led the tour sponsored by the Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the Maryland Institute College of Art.The tour is one of several that focus on the Baltimore neighborhoods designed by the legendary Olmsted Brothers, landscape architects who conceived the tree-studded and winding streets of Roland Park, Homeland, Guilford and Dundalk.
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By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | July 26, 2013
Corporate Office Properties Trust lost $4.4 million in the second quarter of the year, the Columbia real estate investment firm announced Friday. From April through June of 2012, in comparison, the company had net income of $11.9 million. Per share, the 2013 second quarter loss amounted to 16 cents. During last year's second quarter, each share saw a 10 cent gain. Still, in the company's statement, President and CEO Roger A. Waesche said the firm had "a strong second quarter" and that the business is "on-track to exceed our leasing objectives for the year.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | March 8, 2012
Columbia-based Corporate Office Properties Trust, an office developer that specializes in government and defense tenants, said Thursday that President Roger A. Waesche Jr. would become chief executive officer at the end of the month. The transition plan was previously announced. Waesche, who will replace Randall M. Griffin, who is retiring, is a former chief financial officer and chief operating officer with the company. He has been president since September 2010. COPT, which develops, manages and leases suburban office complexes, has a portfolio of 238 properties.
NEWS
May 14, 2009
1 Stroke separating Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association golf champion Jason Burton of Calvert Hall, who shot a 147 over two days, from second-place Church Waesche of Loyola 3 No-hitters pitched by Bryn Mawr's Olivia Brocato this season, including one Tuesday in the opening round of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland softball tournament 79 Shot by Roland Park's Alina Jong in winning the individual IAAM golf championship and...
NEWS
January 3, 2008
On December 28, 2007, JENNIE MARGARET MILLS (nee Briggs), beloved wife of the late John Sedwick Mills and devoted mother of Jane Mills Meyer and her husband, Charles; dear grandmother of Mary Mills Anderson and her husband, Jeff, Susan Waesche and her husband, John and David Littleton and his wife, Christa; loving great-grandmother of Jennifer Mary Kendrick, Jeffrey Matthew Anderson, Jane Mills Waesche, Grace Marie Anderson, Margaret Leigh Waesche, Jake...
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | April 8, 1999
What's a mother of four boys to do when she has to be ready for anything, from luncheon meetings to black-tie extravaganzas? Get to Loehmann's whenever possible. "I'm the Loehmann's queen," says Xandy Waesche of Timonium. Waesche is the chair of the "nuts and bolts committee" for the Rites of Spring Garden Show, Union Memorial Hospital's annual benefit April 16-18 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds. (Call 410-554-2662.) Waesche, 37, dubs herself the "master planner" and knows how to stay on top of her mother and volunteer responsibilities.
NEWS
By JACQUES KELLY | May 3, 1993
Sherwood Gardens was just beginning to fill up with the annual crowd of tulip fanciers when 20 more visitors led by a man with a portable microphone crossed its fescue-rich lawns.Those other visitors were taking a three-hour walking tour of Guilford, the well-clipped North Baltimore neighborhood renowned for five-figure bills from house painters and tax assessors.James F. Waesche, Fenchurch Road resident, writer and local historian, led the tour sponsored by the Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the Maryland Institute College of Art.The tour is one of several that focus on the Baltimore neighborhoods designed by the legendary Olmsted Brothers, landscape architects who conceived the tree-studded and winding streets of Roland Park, Homeland, Guilford and Dundalk.
BUSINESS
October 25, 2013
Corporate Office Properties Trust, a Columbia-based real estate investment trust, announced Friday that it loss in the third quarter narrowed from last year. The $7.45 million loss in the three months ended Sept. 30 was much lower than the $27.5 million it lost a year earlier. On a per share basis, it lost 9 cents, down from 39 cents. Quarterly revenues rose 5 percent to $136 million. COPT focuses on office real estate leased by the federal government and defense contractors in the greater Washington/Baltimore region.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
Columbia-based office developer Corporate Office Properties Trust on Friday reported a flat performance year-over-year for the three months ended March 31. The real estate investment trust, which counts the U.S. government and major defense contractors as its biggest clients, reported net income of just $251,000 for the latest quarter, down from $8.9 million a year earlier. As a result, it reported no earnings per share, compared to 11 cents a year ago. However, REITS prefer to measure their performance using the funds from operations metric, which does not include depreciation and adjusts for other measures.
NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | February 16, 1993
Anne Arundel officials, who spurned use of Baltimore's BRESCO incinerator 10 years ago, now are looking at the possibility of building their own trash-to-energy plant.A draft plan outlining the county's trash disposal needs for the next 20 years concludes that relying exclusively on landfills is no longer adequate. It says the county needs more recycling and facilities that either compost trash or burn it.No longer is there "going to be some magic hole in the ground where everything goes," said Richard Waesche with the county Department of Utilities.
NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | May 13, 1992
An Anne Arundel official in charge of the county's two landfills and recycling programs will be relieved of his duties this morning, a Department of Utilities spokeswoman said.Richard Waesche, chief of the county's Bureau of Solid Waste Management since the mid-1980s, will be reassigned to a non-management post within the Utilities Department's engineering division, said spokeswoman Jody Vollmar."We think Richard will be more productive in a position that more suits his abilities," Vollmar said.
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