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  • Michael E. 'Mike' Badolato Sr., bond manager, dies

    Michael E. 'Mike' Badolato Sr., bond manager, dies

    Michael E. “Mike” Badolato Sr., a retired insurance company bond manager and World War II veteran, died Thursday from complications of strokes at Palmettos of Garden City in Murrells Inlet, S.C. The former Lutherville resident was 92. Michael Edward Badolato was the son of Michael Badolato and...

  • Carolyn Kornick, retired teacher and family matriarch, dies

    Carolyn Kornick, retired teacher and family matriarch, dies

    Carolyn Gessler Kornick, a retired teacher and matriarch of a large family, died March 30 of dementia complications at the Maples Assisted Living in Towson. The former Lutherville resident was 90. Born in Baltimore and raised in Irvington, she was the daughter of Joseph Gessler, a plumber, and...

  • Brian A. Doyle, founder and partner of a Timonium property management firm, dies

    Brian A. Doyle, founder and partner of a Timonium property management firm, dies

    Brian A. Doyle, a founder and partner in a Timonium commercial property management firm and volunteer, died Friday from pancreatic cancer at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. A resident of the Phoenix area of Baltimore County, he was 52. “Brian was … probably the smartest guy...

  • Towson University marks start of $180M project for new Science Complex on York Road

    Towson University marks start of $180M project for new Science Complex on York Road

    Towson University will host a ceremony Tuesday to break ground on the college’s new $180 million Science Complex, which officials say will become the largest academic building on campus when it’s completed in 2020. The new 320,000-square-foot center, being built along York Road south of the campus’...

  • Edna V. Ullmann, retired secretary, dies

    Edna V. Ullmann, retired secretary, dies

    Edna V. Ullmann, a retired secretary and a longtime Timonium resident, died Monday of undetermined causes at Brightview Towson, an assisted-living facility. She was 96. Edna Virginia Kelly was the daughter of William Kelly, a newspaper reporter, and Adele Kelly, a homemaker. She was born in Bayonne,...

  • Dr. Richard L. Humphrey, Johns Hopkins oncologist, dies

    Dr. Richard L. Humphrey, Johns Hopkins oncologist, dies

    Dr. Richard Lord Humphrey, a Johns Hopkins physician and pioneering cancer researcher who studied protein disorders and bone marrow cancer, died March 26 at his Lutherville home after a series of strokes. He was 83. Born in Detroit and raised in Marshall, Mich., he was the son of Dr. Archie Edward...

  • In Baltimore County exec race, Almond and Brochin land key endorsements

    In Baltimore County exec race, Almond and Brochin land key endorsements

    Democratic candidates for Baltimore County executive rolled out endorsements on Thursday as their race heats up. Candidate Vicki Almond secured the endorsement from the Teachers Association of Baltimore County — a valuable endorsement because it traditionally brings the support of thousands of...

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