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September 13, 2003
On Wednesday, September 10, 2003, SADIE WILDER, beloved sister of Ervin Wilder of Owings Mills, MD and the late Emmanuel Wilder, Joseph Barry Wilder and Sidney Wilder; also survived by loving nieces, nephews, and dear friends. Funeral Services and Interment will be held at the Beth El Memorial Park, Randallstown on Friday, September 12, at 11 A.M. Please omit flowers, arrangements by SOL LEVINSON AND BROS INC. 11
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2014
In five decades growing up and living in Baltimore's crime-plagued west side, Gordon Wilder had never lost a relative to violence. The news in May that his first-born had been gunned down in a secluded area during a robbery sent a paralyzing jolt through his body, bringing him to his knees. In recent weeks, Wilder has been trying to come to grips with another shock: His son's killer, police say, is another one of his sons. Detectives arrested 26-year-old Brandon Wilder last month along with three others and charged them with conspiring to murder his half brother, Ramon Wilder.
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NEWS
September 5, 2006
On August 28, 2006 WILDER; devoted mother of 3 daughters, 2 sons, 5 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren, 1 sister, nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the Carlton C. Douglass Funeral Service, P.A., 1701 McCulloh St., on Tuesday 2 to 9 P.M. Family will receive friends Wednesday 10 to 10:30 A.M. at the Gwynn Oak U.M. Church, 5020 Gwynn Oak Ave., with services following. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
NEWS
February 17, 2014
At the request of Gov. Martin O'Malley, the Maryland General Assembly is considering legislation to expand 14 of Maryland's existing wilderness areas and add nine new ones, increasing by nearly 22,000 acres the state's Wildlands Preservation System ( "Maryland eyes expanding wildlands," Nov. 3). The system includes lands or waters already owned by the state that have retained their wilderness character or contain rare or vanishing species of plant or animal life. They may include unique ecological, geological, scenic and contemplative recreational areas and are Maryland's equivalent to the federal Wilderness Preservation System.
NEWS
May 3, 2004
On April 29, 2004, JOAN L. (nee Cole) went home to be with Lord Jesus; beloved wife of the late William J. Wilder; loving mother of Cheryl L. Wilder, Bonnie Wilder Kothe and Yvonne S. Wilder; devoted grandmother of Victor R. Kothe and Dawn Mc Guirk and great-grandmother of Sarah E. Mc Guirk. Mrs. Wilder is also survived by her brothers George, Thomas and Paul Cole. A Graveside Service will be held on Monday, May 3rd at 2 P.M. at the Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery. Inquiries may be directed to Cremation and Funeral Alternatives, Stephen D. Lohrmann, PA, 410-321-1005.
NEWS
September 1, 2003
On August 29, 2003, REV. ROBERT C. WILDER, Assistant Pastor Calvary Tabernacle Church; beloved husband of Anita R. Wilder (nee Gowland) and the lateGertrude A. Wilder; devoted father of Robert A. and Kevin R. Wilder and the late Karen J. Baublitz (nee Wilder), John and David Gowland, Deborah Lovell, Linda Spencer and Donna Dawson; brother of Richard Wilder and the late Henry Wilder and Frances Waters. Also survived by 21 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Friends and relatives may call at the family owned MARZULLO FUNERAL CHAPEL, 6009 Harford Road, on Tuesday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral services at Calvary Tabernacle Church, 6008 Old Harford Road, on Wednesday, at 11 A.M. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
March 7, 2003
On March 5, 2003, DONALD R. WILDER, SR., beloved husband of Elaine Albrecht Wilder, devoted father of Donald R. Wilder, Jr., and his wife Barbara, Wayne S. Wilder, Joyce W. Novak, and her husband, James, loving grandfather of Christopher, Beth and Ryan Wilder, Timothy and Stephen Novak, dear brother of Diane Vecchioni, and the late William Wilder. He is also survived by many relatives and friends. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc., 9705 Belair Road (Perry Hall)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Chris Kaltenbach and Sun reporter | February 27, 2012
In his Oscar acceptance speech, "The Artist" director Michel Hazanavicius said he wanted to thank three people: "Billy Wilder, Billy Wilder and Billy Wilder. " Backstage, Hazanavicius was asked why he felt compelled to thank Wilder, the Oscar-winning director of such classics as "The Lost Weekend," "Double Indemnity" and "The Apartment," three times. "I thanked Billy Wilder three times," he replied, "because I had to keep it short. " Hazanavicius said he would have thanked his accomplished forebear 1,000 times if he could have, referring to the Austrian-born Wilder as "the perfect director" and "the soul of Hollywood.
NEWS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,don.markus@baltsun.com | August 31, 2009
Earl Wilder was suffering from Alzheimer's disease when he moved to Harmony Hall a year ago. The retired transit worker and World War II veteran got a room on the upper floor of the Columbia assisted-living facility, a section reserved for residents requiring the most intensive supervision. When Wilder showed he was able to care for himself, he was moved to the general population area of Maryland's largest assisted-living home. "He was viewed not to be a risk to himself or others," said Harmony Hall general counsel Joe LaVerghetta.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Nick Madigan and Larry Carson and Nick Madigan,larry.carson@baltsun.com | August 26, 2009
Retired Baltimore Transit Company worker Earl Lafayette Wilder, the 87-year-old accused of killing a 91-year-old fellow resident at their Columbia assisted-living home, is a one-time boxer who suffers from dementia, according to court records. The eldest of Wilder's five children, who is his guardian, said Tuesday that she was still struggling to comprehend the Aug. 17 incident in which Wilder is alleged to have risen from his wheelchair and attacked James W. Brown with his fists as the victim sat on a metal bench outside Harmony Hall.
NEWS
By Don Markus and Larry Carson and Don Markus and Larry Carson,Don.markus@baltsun.com and larry.carson@baltsun.com | August 25, 2009
They were two elderly gentlemen living out their days at Harmony Hall, an assisted-living facility in Columbia. James W. Brown and Earl Lafayette Wilder didn't know each other, according to an official at the facility, and might not have had any contact until Aug. 14. Now, Brown, 91, is dead and Wilder, 87, has been charged with killing him that afternoon in an incident outside the home where both men lived. It was Howard County's first homicide of the year. Joseph LaVerghetta, the general counsel for Harmony Hall's owner, said that the details of what triggered the incident remain unclear.
NEWS
By Martha Thomas and Martha Thomas,Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2009
The snake was motionless, curled around the branch of a bayberry bush on the bank of an inlet to Back Bay. Chuck Conley, kayak guide and naturalist, approached it quietly, his paddle dipping gently into the brown water. "It's not poisonous," he told us, "but it's got a mouthful of sharp needle-teeth. If one bit you, it'd be a bad day." Of all the exotic creatures you would expect to see catching rays on a summer's day in Virginia Beach, a native brown water snake is probably not among them.
NEWS
March 5, 2009
On February 27, 2009 MARY FRANCES McNEIL was peacefully called home. Beloved wife of the late Levi McNeil. She leaves to cherish her memory her three daughters Jo-Ann Scott (Jerry), Joan Savage (Richard) and Jeanette Wilder (Ray), three grandchildren Alphonso Shines, Je'nel Scott and Justin Savage. Viewing Thursday, March 5th 12 to 7:45PM at Estep Brothers Funeral Home, 1300 Eutaw Place. Homegoing Service Friday, March 6th, Wake 10:30AM. Funeral Services 11AM at the Sweet Hope Freewill Baptist Church, 3925 Dolfield Avenue.
NEWS
By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,meredith.cohn@baltsun.com | January 17, 2009
Ann Wilder spun her adventuresome spirit and enthusiasm for cooking into a multimillion-dollar spice business that won her the admiration of accomplished chefs and local moms alike. She died of heart disease Tuesday at 77, surrounded by family at her Ruxton home. Mrs. Wilder was known for quality and traveled the world in search of the best spices for her Vanns Spices Ltd., a Towson-based company founded in 1981. It flourished despite operating in the same town as spice giant McCormick & Co. But before her success in business, which included industry honors and a place for her spices on the shelves of high-end groceries such as Dean & DeLuca and Zabar's, she was a wife and mother looking for good food to feed her extended family.
NEWS
By Kathleen Parker and Kathleen Parker,kparker@kparker.com | January 9, 2009
When it comes to the six Republicans competing for lead dog of the GOP leadership, all are on point: They love Ronald Reagan, are pro-life, advocate small government and promise more diversity and fewer taxes. They are also, with one exception, locked and loaded - armed in Second Amendment solidarity. During a 90-minute debate this week at the National Press Club, only Michael S. Steele, the former Maryland lieutenant governor, confessed to owning no guns. Say what? In a race where Mr. Steele's conservative bona fides are already held in suspicion, did his admission unseal any deal?
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