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  • Amelia L. Pierson, homemaker, dies

    Amelia L. Pierson, homemaker, dies

    Amelia L. Pierson, a homemaker and inveterate bridge player, died Sept. 12 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson from congestive heart failure. The Lutherville resident was 85. The former Amelia Louise Schneidereith was born in Baltimore and raised on Springlake Way in Homeland. She was the daughter...

  • Frederick J. Lengsfeld, longtime Esskay worker, dies

    Frederick J. Lengsfeld, longtime Esskay worker, dies

    Frederick John Lengsfeld, a longtime Esskay worker and World War II veteran, died Sunday from oral cancer at the College Manor nursing home in Lutherville. The Hamilton resident was 92. He was the son of Leo Lengsfeld, a laborer, and Anna Richter Lengsfeld, a homemaker, and was the second-oldest...

  • Gary 'Teedee' Blue, homemaker and golfer, dies

    Gary 'Teedee' Blue, homemaker and golfer, dies

    Gary “Teedee” Blue, a homemaker and inveterate golfer, died Aug. 29 from complications of a stroke at her home at the Brightwood Retirement Community in Lutherville. She was 88. The former Gary Bolton was the daughter of Alfred Johnson Bolton, a businessman, and Ida Perry Black Bolton, a homemaker....

  • Ruth M. Conard, former Towson University professor who taught theory to physical education majors, dies

    Ruth M. Conard, former Towson University professor who taught theory to physical education majors, dies

    Ruth M. Conard, a retired professor at Towson University who taught kinesiology and other classes to physical education majors, died Aug. 20 in her sleep at her Mercy Ridge retirement community home. The former Timonium resident was 95. “Ruth was a sweetheart and a dedicated professional,” said...

  • Dr. Moody DeW. Wharam Jr., a pioneering Johns Hopkins Hospital radiation oncologist, dies

    Dr. Moody DeW. Wharam Jr., a pioneering Johns Hopkins Hospital radiation oncologist, dies

    Dr. Moody DeW. Wharam Jr., a pioneering Johns Hopkins Hospital radiation oncologist whose life’s work focused on helping children stricken with cancers, died Aug. 10 from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, at Franklin Square Medical Center. The longtime Timonium...

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