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September 29, 1999
Dr. Paul A. "Tony" Andrulonis, 53, an internationally known expert in child and adolescent psychiatry, died Sunday of a heart attack in West Hartford, Conn.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2013
Edith M. "Edie" Patterson, a former St. Paul's School educator, died Aug. 1 of an autoimmune disease at The Highlands, a retirement community in Topsham, Maine. The longtime Homeland resident was 81. The daughter of an insurance executive and a homemaker, Edith Melcher was born in Hartford, Conn., and raised in West Hartford, Conn., where she graduated in 1949 from William H. Hall High School. After graduating in 1952 with a bachelor's degree from Central Connecticut State University, Mrs. Patterson began her teaching career in West Hartford, where she met the Rev. Robert Place Patterson, an Episcopal vicar, in 1955.
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SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 9, 1997
Jarred Testa and Michael Clark each had two goals and Brian Langtry added three assists to lead No. 9-ranked Hofstra (7-1) past No. 14 Hartford, 7-2, yesterday in men's lacrosse in West Hartford, Conn., dropping the Hawks to 5-2.Pub Date: 4/09/97
NEWS
May 6, 2006
JEFFREY C. RIACH, 81, of West Hartford, CT died Wednesday, May 3, 2006 at Brittany Farms Health Center in New Britain, CT. He was the husband of the late Dorothy "Dodie" (Glass) Riach, his wife of 49 years, and a longtime resident of New York and New Jersey. Born in Montreal, Quebec on November 11, 1924, the son of the late David and Ethel (Jeffreys) Riach, he served with the Canadian Air Force during World War II. He earned a Doctorate of Law from Fordham University and enjoyed a career as a comptroller with Allied Chemical and its successor, The Honeywell Corporation, retiring in 1983 after 34 years.
NEWS
April 21, 2003
RUPERT H. AUSTIN JR., 77, of Avon, CT died in his home on Tuesday April 8, 2003. Beloved husband, of 29 years, of Doris C. Austin, who was raised in Baltimore. Also survived by his daughter Ann Austin-Beck and her husband John Beck of Okemos, MI.; his son William H. Austin and his wife Victoria Austin of Marietta, GA., and six beloved grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at Westminster Presbyterian Church in West Hartford, CT., on Saturday, April 26, at 11 A.M. Contributions may be made, in his memory, to the Loaves and Fishes Food Kitchen, c/o Immanuel Congregational Church, Farmington Ave. and Woodland St., Hartford, CT., 06105 or to the Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2080 Boulevard, West Hartford, CT., 06107, with notation for one of the following funds: Memorial and Meditation Garden, Scoville Scholarship Fund, or Christian Education Leadership Fund.
NEWS
October 3, 2003
Admiral Huntington Hardisty (USN Ret) a resident of Hartford, CT and Marco Island/ Naples, FL, died Wednesday October 1, 2003 with his beloved wife Sharon and son John at his side. Adm. Hardisty was formerCommander in Chief of the US Pacific Command, served as the Director of Operations for the office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and in 1987 served as Vice Chief of Naval Operations. Calling hours are Sunday Oct. 5th from 1-4 p.m. at the Molloy Funeral Home, 906 Farmington Ave. West Hartford.
NEWS
May 16, 2003
MARTHA M. (Lasover) BLITZER, 81, of Pikesville, MD died Thursday, May 15, 2003 in Hartford, CT. She was the widow of Samuel L. Blitzer. Born in Lynn, MA, she was the daughter of the late Abraham and Nora Lasover. She leaves her son, Dr. Avrum H. Blitzer and his wife Edlyn of West Hartford; a daughter, Roz-lynn Beckenstein of West Hartford; two grandchildren; Julie R. Beckenstein and Jonathan D. Blitzer; and a sister, Frances Kuff of Baltimore, MD. She was pre-deceased by her son-in-law, Robert J. Beckenstein.
NEWS
May 6, 2006
JEFFREY C. RIACH, 81, of West Hartford, CT died Wednesday, May 3, 2006 at Brittany Farms Health Center in New Britain, CT. He was the husband of the late Dorothy "Dodie" (Glass) Riach, his wife of 49 years, and a longtime resident of New York and New Jersey. Born in Montreal, Quebec on November 11, 1924, the son of the late David and Ethel (Jeffreys) Riach, he served with the Canadian Air Force during World War II. He earned a Doctorate of Law from Fordham University and enjoyed a career as a comptroller with Allied Chemical and its successor, The Honeywell Corporation, retiring in 1983 after 34 years.
NEWS
July 10, 2005
MILTON MARKOWITZ, MD, 87, of West Hartford, CT, formerly of Baltimore, MD, husband of Selma, passed away on July 7, 2005 in Farmington, CT. Born in Brooklyn, NY on June 6, 1918, he was the son of the late Morris David and Ida Markowitz. Dr. Markowitz was raised in Liberty, NY. He attended college and medical school at Syracuse University. He was a US Navy Veteran of World War II. A life-long pediatrician, he was Associate Professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and then the first Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics, 1969-1983, and subsequently Associate Dean for Medical Student Affairs, 1983-1992, at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.
NEWS
March 2, 2004
Ruth Beck, a classical pianist who was active in her synagogue, died Feb. 24 of complications from a stroke at Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center & Hospital. The Cheswolde resident was 87. Born Ruth Krugman in West Hartford, Conn., she was married for 64 years to retired Army Col. Louis Beck, who survives her. Mrs. Beck began her piano training at age 8. She studied at the Hartford School of Music and, while in Germany as an Army wife, at the University of Heidelberg, where she took lessons under pianist and composer Wolfgang Fortner.
NEWS
July 10, 2005
MILTON MARKOWITZ, MD, 87, of West Hartford, CT, formerly of Baltimore, MD, husband of Selma, passed away on July 7, 2005 in Farmington, CT. Born in Brooklyn, NY on June 6, 1918, he was the son of the late Morris David and Ida Markowitz. Dr. Markowitz was raised in Liberty, NY. He attended college and medical school at Syracuse University. He was a US Navy Veteran of World War II. A life-long pediatrician, he was Associate Professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and then the first Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics, 1969-1983, and subsequently Associate Dean for Medical Student Affairs, 1983-1992, at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.
NEWS
March 2, 2004
Ruth Beck, a classical pianist who was active in her synagogue, died Feb. 24 of complications from a stroke at Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center & Hospital. The Cheswolde resident was 87. Born Ruth Krugman in West Hartford, Conn., she was married for 64 years to retired Army Col. Louis Beck, who survives her. Mrs. Beck began her piano training at age 8. She studied at the Hartford School of Music and, while in Germany as an Army wife, at the University of Heidelberg, where she took lessons under pianist and composer Wolfgang Fortner.
NEWS
October 3, 2003
Admiral Huntington Hardisty (USN Ret) a resident of Hartford, CT and Marco Island/ Naples, FL, died Wednesday October 1, 2003 with his beloved wife Sharon and son John at his side. Adm. Hardisty was formerCommander in Chief of the US Pacific Command, served as the Director of Operations for the office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and in 1987 served as Vice Chief of Naval Operations. Calling hours are Sunday Oct. 5th from 1-4 p.m. at the Molloy Funeral Home, 906 Farmington Ave. West Hartford.
NEWS
May 16, 2003
MARTHA M. (Lasover) BLITZER, 81, of Pikesville, MD died Thursday, May 15, 2003 in Hartford, CT. She was the widow of Samuel L. Blitzer. Born in Lynn, MA, she was the daughter of the late Abraham and Nora Lasover. She leaves her son, Dr. Avrum H. Blitzer and his wife Edlyn of West Hartford; a daughter, Roz-lynn Beckenstein of West Hartford; two grandchildren; Julie R. Beckenstein and Jonathan D. Blitzer; and a sister, Frances Kuff of Baltimore, MD. She was pre-deceased by her son-in-law, Robert J. Beckenstein.
NEWS
April 21, 2003
RUPERT H. AUSTIN JR., 77, of Avon, CT died in his home on Tuesday April 8, 2003. Beloved husband, of 29 years, of Doris C. Austin, who was raised in Baltimore. Also survived by his daughter Ann Austin-Beck and her husband John Beck of Okemos, MI.; his son William H. Austin and his wife Victoria Austin of Marietta, GA., and six beloved grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at Westminster Presbyterian Church in West Hartford, CT., on Saturday, April 26, at 11 A.M. Contributions may be made, in his memory, to the Loaves and Fishes Food Kitchen, c/o Immanuel Congregational Church, Farmington Ave. and Woodland St., Hartford, CT., 06105 or to the Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2080 Boulevard, West Hartford, CT., 06107, with notation for one of the following funds: Memorial and Meditation Garden, Scoville Scholarship Fund, or Christian Education Leadership Fund.
SPORTS
By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 28, 2002
Conceding one goal in five games is a superlative performance for most defenses, but when that one score creates a deficit in the championship game to an elite team, the results are not often favorable. Fortunately for the Soccer Club of Baltimore Bays, Kwaku Boateng is healthy and hungry. The Hammond High product scored twice and assisted David Glaudemans' game-winner as the Bays stormed past the Philadelphia-area Delco Arsenal, 3-1, yesterday to capture the 27th Annual Columbia Invitation under-19 boys championship at Centennial High School.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2013
Edith M. "Edie" Patterson, a former St. Paul's School educator, died Aug. 1 of an autoimmune disease at The Highlands, a retirement community in Topsham, Maine. The longtime Homeland resident was 81. The daughter of an insurance executive and a homemaker, Edith Melcher was born in Hartford, Conn., and raised in West Hartford, Conn., where she graduated in 1949 from William H. Hall High School. After graduating in 1952 with a bachelor's degree from Central Connecticut State University, Mrs. Patterson began her teaching career in West Hartford, where she met the Rev. Robert Place Patterson, an Episcopal vicar, in 1955.
SPORTS
By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 28, 2002
Conceding one goal in five games is a superlative performance for most defenses, but when that one score creates a deficit in the championship game to an elite team, the results are not often favorable. Fortunately for the Soccer Club of Baltimore Bays, Kwaku Boateng is healthy and hungry. The Hammond High product scored twice and assisted David Glaudemans' game-winner as the Bays stormed past the Philadelphia-area Delco Arsenal, 3-1, yesterday to capture the 27th Annual Columbia Invitation under-19 boys championship at Centennial High School.
NEWS
September 29, 1999
Dr. Paul A. "Tony" Andrulonis, 53, an internationally known expert in child and adolescent psychiatry, died Sunday of a heart attack in West Hartford, Conn.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 9, 1997
Jarred Testa and Michael Clark each had two goals and Brian Langtry added three assists to lead No. 9-ranked Hofstra (7-1) past No. 14 Hartford, 7-2, yesterday in men's lacrosse in West Hartford, Conn., dropping the Hawks to 5-2.Pub Date: 4/09/97
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