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July 7, 2005
On July 5, 2005, GEORGE E. "WALLY"; beloved husband of Jean J. Warfield; devoted father of Matthew R. Warfield and his wife Christina, Valerie A. Bunting and her husband Bruce; loving grandfather of Brandon Matthew "Beemer" Warfield, Leila Crupi, Amy Chastain and Caitlin Bunting; dear brother of Richard Warfield, William Warfield and Agnes Malec. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc., 9705 Belair Road (Perry Hall), on Friday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where services will be held on Saturday at 10:30 A.M. Interment in Bel Air Memorial Gardens.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2013
A Glen Burnie man has died after being run over by a car on Crain Highway Friday evening, Anne Arundel County Police said. Officers went to the northbound side of Crain Highway in Glen Burnie at about 8:30 p.m. to investigate a crash, police said. Donald Wayne Warfield, 55, had been hit by a Toyota Corolla as he crossed the street and was taken to Baltimore Washington Medical Center with critical injuries, according to police. Warfield died on Saturday, police said. iduncan@baltsun.com twitter.com/iduncan
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January 28, 2013
A project to renovate a building in the Warfield Cultural and Commerce Center, in Sykesville, has been awarded $246,619 in state tax credits in Maryland's Sustainable Communities Tax Credit program. This week Gov. Martin O'Malley announced that five projects statewide, including Warfield, will receive the credits in a program that officials said would help create some 500 construction jobs. State officials said that in all, the five projects received a total of $6,992,341 in tax credits to leverage construction projects with a total cost of $31,836,476.
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March 18, 2013
The Town of Sykesville and the Warfield development along Route 32 will be the key topics of a town hall meeting Monday night hosted by County Commissioner Doug Howard, at 7 p.m. at the South Carroll Senior Center, 5928 Mineral Hill Road, Eldersburg. The meeting is the fourth in a series of monthly sessions for District 5 residents. Guests Ivy Wells and Brad Rees from the Town of Sykesville will provide information on the Main Street and Warfield projects.
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February 25, 2008
On February 23, 2008, THOMAS ALLEN WARFIELD of Fallston, MD; beloved husband of Terry Suzanne Smith Warfield, devoted father of Andrew D. Warfield, Melissa J. Warfield, and Heather A. Robinson; loving son of Barbara Warfield-Ehlers and the late Roy Day Warfield Jr. Also survived by siblings, Robert L. Warfield, David W. Warfield and Sally J. Warfield and grandchildren, Austin T. Warfield and Sydney A. Robinson. A Memorial Service will be held at Centre United Methodist Church, Forest Hill, MD on Tuesday February 26, 2008 at 11A.M.
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February 8, 2006
On Saturday, February 4, 2006, WILLIAM ROBERT "Bob" WARFIELD of Deland, FL. and formerly of Woodbine, MD. beloved husband of Claylene Stambaugh Warfield; father of William Dennis Warfield and Brian Edward Warfield; grandfather of Rebecca, Kristen, Justin, Lauren, Lindsay and Lucas Warfield. Lovingly remembered by Holly, Chase and Jenna Johnson, Onna, Zachery and Jared Bumgardner; brother of Ann W. Mullinix, John O. Warfield Jr., H. Clark Warfield. Also survived by twelve nieces and nephews and several great nieces and nephews.
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October 21, 2004
On October 14, 2004, MR. WARFIELD. Visitation Friday, 2 to 8 P.M., 2140 N. Fulton Avenue. Services Saturday, 10 A.M. wake, 10:30 A.M. funeral.
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January 8, 2005
On January 4, 2005, CATHRINE FRANCES WARFIELD; beloved wife of the late Joshua D. Warfield IV; devoted mother of Tammy L. Woelfer, Cheryl D. Rookstool, David N. Rookstool and the late Dana L. Rookstool; step-mother of Joshua D. Warfield, V and Donald T. Warfield. Also survived by six grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. A Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Ave., on Saturday, at 10 AM. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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January 28, 2013
A project to renovate a building in the Warfield Cultural and Commerce Center, in Sykesville, has been awarded $246,619 in state tax credits in Maryland's Sustainable Communities Tax Credit program. This week Gov. Martin O'Malley announced that five projects statewide, including Warfield, will receive the credits in a program that officials said would help create some 500 construction jobs. State officials said that in all, the five projects received a total of $6,992,341 in tax credits to leverage construction projects with a total cost of $31,836,476.
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April 26, 2012
I would like to expand on my comments about the Warfield neighborhood traffic outlook presented at the April 12th meeting of the Planning Board hearing and reported in your April 19 edition. The Town Center Village Board, which represents Warfield residents, expressed concerns that while adding 800 residential units and new retail stores, the Howard Hughes Corporation plan approved by the Planning Board actually reduces the number of travel lanes on Mall Ring Road in the vicinity of the AMC Theater, from the number recommended in the original Downtown Design Guidelines.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | April 1, 2012
It's a story that simply won't go away. It's an upper-class soap opera, and even after the passage of 75 years it still packs a sentimental punch and draws a willing audience into the glittering world of the British aristocracy. It is the saga of England's Edward VIII (he reigned for less than a year and was never crowned), who found it simply impossible to continue with his royal responsibilities without the love of an ambitious commoner from Baltimore, Wallis Warfield Simpson, the Belle of Biddle Street, who was determined to bag a royal and crash her way into the upper strata of British society.
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By Justin Fenton | February 8, 2012
Baltimore Police Maj. Nathan Warfield, the former commander of the internal affairs section who was reassigned last year after pictures surfaced of him socializing with two men accused of drug dealing, is retiring, officials confirmed.  Warfield joined the department in 1990, and was the commander of the Northwest District until 2009, when Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III appointed him him to lead internal affairs.  Last year,...
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By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2012
A new fire station officially opened Thursday at the Warfield Air National Guard Base in Middle River that will serve the military installation and nearby communities in eastern Baltimore County. The new station sits on a base that is home to the 1,500 members of the Guard's 175th Wing, but firefighters at the $7 million facility were battling a blaze at a home in Wilson Point most of Wednesday night and recently assisted county crews with an overturned tanker truck just outside its Eastern Avenue gate.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | October 28, 2011
Dickens W. Warfield, a psychologist who as associate director of Baltimore Neighborhoods Inc. became an outspoken advocate for fair housing, died Oct. 21 of liver cancer at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. The former longtime Towson resident was 86. The daughter of a lawyer and a homemaker, Dickens Waddell was born in Detroit, and later moved with her family to Pittsburgh, where she attended what is now Carnegie Mellon University for two years. After the death in 1944 of her father, she and her mother moved to Roland Park, where she enrolled at Goucher College and was a 1946 Phi Beta Kappa graduate, earning a bachelor's degree in psychology.
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October 9, 2011
SYKESVILLE - Town of Sykesville officials, county elected officials and members of the Warfield Cultural and Commerce Center board cut the ribbon on Oct. 6 for new "gateway" signs along Route 32 at the Warfield complex. The masonry signs were created by Maryland Division of Correction low-security, pre-release inmates who learned masonry skills while incarcerated. Three of the inmate masons were on hand to see their project dedicated. "What we see here," said Gary Maynard, secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, "is a truly a meaningful inmate project.
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