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April 23, 2005
On February 19, 2005, WETHERED WOODWORTH JR., of Houston, TX, formerly of Baltimore County, MD., son of Col. (USMCR) and Mrs. Wethered Woodworth. He was born in San Francisco, CA., August 24, 1926, was educated at St. Pauls School, Concord, New Hampshire and the University of Virginia and served in the U.S. Marine Corp during World War II. Survivors include his beloved wife Barbara Taylor Woodworth; son John C. (Robin) of Hutchinson, KS.; sister Joan T.W. Milstead of Bethesda, MD.; grandsons John C. Jr., Reed and Robert Woodworth and nieces Joan Mercer Keith and Elizabeth S. Milstead.
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April 23, 2005
On February 19, 2005, WETHERED WOODWORTH JR., of Houston, TX, formerly of Baltimore County, MD., son of Col. (USMCR) and Mrs. Wethered Woodworth. He was born in San Francisco, CA., August 24, 1926, was educated at St. Pauls School, Concord, New Hampshire and the University of Virginia and served in the U.S. Marine Corp during World War II. Survivors include his beloved wife Barbara Taylor Woodworth; son John C. (Robin) of Hutchinson, KS.; sister Joan T.W. Milstead of Bethesda, MD.; grandsons John C. Jr., Reed and Robert Woodworth and nieces Joan Mercer Keith and Elizabeth S. Milstead.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By arizona republic | April 11, 1999
PHOENIX -- A man's dreams are as unique as his DNA code. So it's inevitable that some are a little strange. Take David Woodworth, for instance, whose hope it is to open a museum devoted to recreational vehicles."
NEWS
October 4, 2004
On Sunday, October 3, 2004, BLAS A. "Bob" ALFARO, of Mt. Airy, MD, formerly of Greenbelt; beloved 40 year husband of Sharon Conroy Alfaro; father of Robert Alfaro and wife Marcie, of Crosby, TX, James Woodworth and wife Camille, of Boise, ID, Theresa Daytner and husband Allen, of Mt. Airy, Regina Miller and husband Greg, of Germantown; eleven grandchildren, Kelsey Woodworth, Jacqueline Woodworth, Alysha Daytner, Katherine Engel, Michelle Daytner, Candice...
NEWS
October 4, 2004
On Sunday, October 3, 2004, BLAS A. "Bob" ALFARO, of Mt. Airy, MD, formerly of Greenbelt; beloved 40 year husband of Sharon Conroy Alfaro; father of Robert Alfaro and wife Marcie, of Crosby, TX, James Woodworth and wife Camille, of Boise, ID, Theresa Daytner and husband Allen, of Mt. Airy, Regina Miller and husband Greg, of Germantown; eleven grandchildren, Kelsey Woodworth, Jacqueline Woodworth, Alysha Daytner, Katherine Engel, Michelle Daytner, Candice...
NEWS
By Kristina M. Schurr and Kristina M. Schurr,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | February 25, 1997
A committee studying possible uses for the last remaining undeveloped piece of land inside Annapolis city limits recommended to the city council last night a proposed conference center with an adjacent 275-room hotel.Suzanne Weissinger, who chairs the committee, said the city should build a 70,000-square-foot center on the site at West Street and Taylor Avenue.Her remarks came at the first of three public hearings required by the council before it can vote on the recommendation.The committee -- which has voted 7-2 to accept a market and financial analysis by Cathedral Street-based ZHA Inc. -- thought issues such as tax revenues, sewer upgrades, debt service, traffic and transportation needed more study before any building begins.
NEWS
By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | April 1, 1993
WTTR has some new voices in some new places.With the departure of former news director Lisa Becker, Carroll County's AM radio station has rearranged some schedules and added a few new people.Carolyn Brady, former afternoon news anchor and reporter, has been promoted to news director. Her afternoon spot is being filled by Jim Epperlein, formerly of Metro Traffic and WJFK in Washington.Ms. Becker left WTTR about a month ago to take a public relations job with the Maryland Emergency Management Administration, the state agency charged with coordinating statewide responses to disasters.
NEWS
April 14, 1991
These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationabout someone in your family who has passed away hasn't been published, please call Amy Miller or Mary Gail Hare at 876-8771, 857-0550 or 1-800-829-8000, Ext. 6595; you also may FAX your information to us at 876-0233.George E. Wagner, 64, died Tuesday at Baltimore County General Hospital. He was the husband of Hazel C. Wagner. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he had owned Wagner's Appliance Center here. In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, John Wagner of Westminster; brothers, Gerald Wagner of South Carolina and William Wagner of Finksburg; sisters, Pauline Miller of Baltimore and Bernice Lichtenegger of Baltimore County; and two grandsons.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | February 19, 1998
The line between prayer and politics continued to blur in the House of Delegates yesterday as a Baltimore minister became the second clergyman in a week to offend many listeners with references to abortion and to Jesus Christ.The Rev. Robert T. Woodworth ended his opening prayer with a reference to Jesus, despite being informed minutes before that the practice is regarded as offensive by non-Christian members."I'm a minister of the Gospel. I can't pray in the name of Moses," Woodworth said afterward.
NEWS
By Alan Wechsler and Alan Wechsler,ALBANY TIMES UNION | September 30, 2002
KEENE, N.Y. - Five years ago, the Adirondack Mountains were the site of a different kind of peace conference: Canadian hiking group leaders met with American land managers. Things haven't been quite the same since. At the time, some felt Canadian hikers were getting a bad name. There had been three recent Canadian hiker or climber deaths here. Land managers were frustrated by Canadians arriving by charter buses, dropping off large hiking groups that invaded the trails and swarmed the summits of the 192,685-acre High Peaks Wilderness Area.
NEWS
By Alan Wechsler and Alan Wechsler,ALBANY TIMES UNION | September 30, 2002
KEENE, N.Y. - Five years ago, the Adirondack Mountains were the site of a different kind of peace conference: Canadian hiking group leaders met with American land managers. Things haven't been quite the same since. At the time, some felt Canadian hikers were getting a bad name. There had been three recent Canadian hiker or climber deaths here. Land managers were frustrated by Canadians arriving by charter buses, dropping off large hiking groups that invaded the trails and swarmed the summits of the 192,685-acre High Peaks Wilderness Area.
TOPIC
By Ernest F. Imhoff and Frederick N. Rasmussen | October 10, 1999
Capt. Ellery B. Woodworth had just recalled an old Navy line when he heard the cabin cruiser Katie Marie radio a distress call to the Coast Guard.His boat, Barcarole, a 30-foot rolling, pitching beauty of an old wooden boat built for the Chesapeake Bay, was headed due west in 45 miles of choppy Atlantic Ocean swells from Martha's Vineyard, Mass., to Block Island, R.I., before eventually sailing to Maryland.Woodworth's yarn, one of many flowing from his life in universities, politics, choral music and at sea, was the Navy order to new ship commanders: "Take her out, and bring her back, and don't hit anything."
FEATURES
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | May 1, 1999
In a moment of characteristic modesty that was reflective of her life, Baltimore poet Lizette Woodworth Reese was asked which of her poems she wished to have inscribed on her tombstone. "None," she said. "I want `I will sing unto the Lord a new song.' " And indeed, poetry-loving visitors seeking out her grave in a quiet corner of St. John's-Huntingdon churchyard in Waverly, where she has rested since her death in 1935, will find a stone inscribed simply with her name, birth and death dates, the name of her parents and the inscription she desired.
ENTERTAINMENT
By arizona republic | April 11, 1999
PHOENIX -- A man's dreams are as unique as his DNA code. So it's inevitable that some are a little strange. Take David Woodworth, for instance, whose hope it is to open a museum devoted to recreational vehicles."
NEWS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | February 19, 1998
The line between prayer and politics continued to blur in the House of Delegates yesterday as a Baltimore minister became the second clergyman in a week to offend many listeners with references to abortion and to Jesus Christ.The Rev. Robert T. Woodworth ended his opening prayer with a reference to Jesus, despite being informed minutes before that the practice is regarded as offensive by non-Christian members."I'm a minister of the Gospel. I can't pray in the name of Moses," Woodworth said afterward.
NEWS
By Kristina M. Schurr and Kristina M. Schurr,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | February 25, 1997
A committee studying possible uses for the last remaining undeveloped piece of land inside Annapolis city limits recommended to the city council last night a proposed conference center with an adjacent 275-room hotel.Suzanne Weissinger, who chairs the committee, said the city should build a 70,000-square-foot center on the site at West Street and Taylor Avenue.Her remarks came at the first of three public hearings required by the council before it can vote on the recommendation.The committee -- which has voted 7-2 to accept a market and financial analysis by Cathedral Street-based ZHA Inc. -- thought issues such as tax revenues, sewer upgrades, debt service, traffic and transportation needed more study before any building begins.
TOPIC
By Ernest F. Imhoff and Frederick N. Rasmussen | October 10, 1999
Capt. Ellery B. Woodworth had just recalled an old Navy line when he heard the cabin cruiser Katie Marie radio a distress call to the Coast Guard.His boat, Barcarole, a 30-foot rolling, pitching beauty of an old wooden boat built for the Chesapeake Bay, was headed due west in 45 miles of choppy Atlantic Ocean swells from Martha's Vineyard, Mass., to Block Island, R.I., before eventually sailing to Maryland.Woodworth's yarn, one of many flowing from his life in universities, politics, choral music and at sea, was the Navy order to new ship commanders: "Take her out, and bring her back, and don't hit anything."
FEATURES
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | May 1, 1999
In a moment of characteristic modesty that was reflective of her life, Baltimore poet Lizette Woodworth Reese was asked which of her poems she wished to have inscribed on her tombstone. "None," she said. "I want `I will sing unto the Lord a new song.' " And indeed, poetry-loving visitors seeking out her grave in a quiet corner of St. John's-Huntingdon churchyard in Waverly, where she has rested since her death in 1935, will find a stone inscribed simply with her name, birth and death dates, the name of her parents and the inscription she desired.
NEWS
By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | April 1, 1993
WTTR has some new voices in some new places.With the departure of former news director Lisa Becker, Carroll County's AM radio station has rearranged some schedules and added a few new people.Carolyn Brady, former afternoon news anchor and reporter, has been promoted to news director. Her afternoon spot is being filled by Jim Epperlein, formerly of Metro Traffic and WJFK in Washington.Ms. Becker left WTTR about a month ago to take a public relations job with the Maryland Emergency Management Administration, the state agency charged with coordinating statewide responses to disasters.
NEWS
April 14, 1991
These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationabout someone in your family who has passed away hasn't been published, please call Amy Miller or Mary Gail Hare at 876-8771, 857-0550 or 1-800-829-8000, Ext. 6595; you also may FAX your information to us at 876-0233.George E. Wagner, 64, died Tuesday at Baltimore County General Hospital. He was the husband of Hazel C. Wagner. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he had owned Wagner's Appliance Center here. In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, John Wagner of Westminster; brothers, Gerald Wagner of South Carolina and William Wagner of Finksburg; sisters, Pauline Miller of Baltimore and Bernice Lichtenegger of Baltimore County; and two grandsons.
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