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  • Patrick Flynn, city fire spokesman, dies

    Patrick Flynn, city fire spokesman, dies

    Captain Patrick P. Flynn, a retired Baltimore City Fire Department spokesman who also had a screen appearance in Barry Levinson’s 1990 film “Avalon,” died of heart disease Feb. 12 at his Wallingford, Pa., home. The former Mayfield resident was 88. Born in Baltimore and raised on Durham Street,...

  • Ralph R. Fields, vice president of the old Baltimore International College, dies

    Ralph R. Fields, vice president of the old Baltimore International College, dies

    Ralph R. Fields, a retired educator who had been vice president of the old Baltimore International College, died Wednesday from influenza at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The Lutherville resident was 79. Ralph Rodney Fields who was the son of Ralph Raymond Fields, dean of...

  • Roger N. Mangels Sr., syrup company president, dies

    Roger N. Mangels Sr., syrup company president, dies

    Roger N, Mangels Sr., former president of Mangels-Herold Co., manufacturers of King Syrup in Baltimore, died Monday from heart failure at his Chestertown home. He was 86. Roger Neilson Mangels Sr. was born in Baltimore, the son of Walter B. Mangels Sr., president of Mangels-Herold Co., and Louise...

  • Lawrence A. 'Larry' Melfa, a longtime Towson lawyer and active church member, dies

    Lawrence A. 'Larry' Melfa, a longtime Towson lawyer and active church member, dies

    Lawrence A. “Larry” Melfa, a longtime Towson attorney and an active member of his church, died from a heart attack Sunday at his Ruxton home. He was 72. “Larry was a wonderful human being and an honorable guy. He was a man of integrity,” said Robert D. Kalinoski, a partner in Kalinoski & Riordan...

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