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  • Nancy Mairs Gephart, teacher devoted to community service, dies

    Nancy Mairs Gephart, teacher devoted to community service, dies

    Nancy Mairs Gephart, a teacher at Baltimore schools who helped organize a college scholarship fund as part of her work in the community, died of cancer Sept. 2. The Blakehurst resident was 90. “She was a gifted teacher and taught at three different schools,” said George Wesley Gephart, her husband...

  • Anne Moe, editor and equestrienne, dies

    Anne Moe, editor and equestrienne, dies

    Anne Marguerite Moe, a retired editor and proofreader and Howard County equestrienne, died of ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Sept. 3 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Marriottsville resident was 78. Born in Forest City, Iowa, and raised on a Scarville farm, he was the daughter of...

  • June M. Daue, Hopkins Hospital registrar and diehard Orioles fan

    June M. Daue, Hopkins Hospital registrar and diehard Orioles fan

    June M. Daue, a retired Johns Hopkins Hospital registrar who was a diehard Baltimore Orioles fan, died Wednesday from heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. The former longtime Lutherville resident was 99, just two month’s shy of her 100th birthday. The daughter of Nelson Foster, a...

  • Alexander R. 'Alex' Martick, practiced law in the city for 61 years

    Alexander R. 'Alex' Martick, practiced law in the city for 61 years

    Alexander R. “Alex” Martick, who practiced law in Baltimore for 61 years and who is fondly remembered for his signature greeting — “Got any whiskey?” — died Sept. 10 from complications of a stroke at Harrisburg Hospital in Harrisburg, Pa. The former longtime Mount Washington resident was 89. The...

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