Female Trouble podcast: TT The Artist, rapper (episode 1)

Obituaries

  • Dorothy M. Ward, longtime patron of Roland Park Country School, dies

    Dorothy M. Ward, longtime patron of Roland Park Country School, dies

    Dorothy M. Ward, a longtime supporter of Roland Park Country School and Johns Hopkins Hospital who enjoyed collecting and operating model trains, died Thursday of respiratory failure at her Roland Park home. She was 91. "Dorothy was a wonderful woman. She was one of the most generous individuals...

  • Bliss G. 'Candy' Warner, financial worker and lacrosse mom, dies

    Bliss G. 'Candy' Warner, financial worker and lacrosse mom, dies

    Bliss G. "Candy" Warner, a former Baltimore resident who worked in the financial industry for several decades, died Sunday of cancer at Penn Hospice at Rittenhouse in Philadelphia. She was 67. The daughter of Dr. William Epperson Gilmore, former head of surgery at Union Memorial Hospital, and Marjorie...

  • Vladimir 'Val' Lechmanik, electrical engineer, dies

    Vladimir 'Val' Lechmanik, electrical engineer, dies

    Vladimir "Val" Lechmanik, a retired electrical engineer who had been a civilian employee of the Navy Department, died June 14 at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring from kidney disease. The longtime Kingsville resident was 86. The son of Peter Lechmanik, a coal miner, and Antoinette Orynik, a...

  • Mary S. Feik, retired aviation engineer, dies

    Mary S. Feik, retired aviation engineer, dies

    Mary S. Feik, an aviation engineer who restored historic aircraft and taught aviation restoration at the National Air and Space Museum's Paul E. Garber Preservation, Restoration and Storage Facility in Suitland, died June 10 of complications from cancer at her Annapolis home. She was 92. "Mary...

  • Walter S. Calwell Jr., title examiner, dies

    Walter S. Calwell Jr., title examiner, dies

    Walter Scott Calwell Jr., a retired real estate title examiner who coached youth sports, died of an apparent stroke Monday at his Towson home. He was 86. Born in Baltimore and raised in Homeland, he was the son of Walter S. Calwell Sr., an attorney, and his wife, Helen C. Wernsing. He was a 1949...

  • John C. Whitaker, who served as aide to President Nixon, dies

    John C. Whitaker, who served as aide to President Nixon, dies

    John C. Whitaker, an aide to former President Richard M. Nixon who participated in the founding of the Environmental Protection Agency, died of heart failure June 12 at Kensington Park Senior Living in Kensington. The former Guilford resident was 89. Born in Victoria, British Columbia, he was the...

  • Mary Anne Duncan, Verizon engineer, dies

    Mary Anne Duncan, Verizon engineer, dies

    Mary Anne Duncan, a retired Verizon senior engineer who also worked for Catholic Charities, died of an infection June 9 at Dove House Hospice at Carroll Hospital Center. She was 70 and lived in Westminster. Born in Baltimore and raised in Dundalk, Mary Anne Pilo was the daughter of Frank Pilo,...

  • Sister Georgine M. Smith, principal at St. Joseph's School in Fullerton, dies

    Sister Georgine M. Smith, principal at St. Joseph's School in Fullerton, dies

    Sister Georgine Marie Smith, a member of the Franciscan Sisters who had been principal of St. Joseph's School in Fullerton, died of heart disease June 9 at her order's Assisi House in Aston, Pa. The former Northeast Baltimore resident was 88. Born Phyllis Jeanne Smith in Baltimore and raised on...

  • Timothy M. Rodgers, fixture of the Baltimore real estate scene, dies

    Timothy M. Rodgers, fixture of the Baltimore real estate scene, dies

    Timothy M. Rodgers, president and owner of Hill & Co. Realtors and a fixture on the Baltimore real estate scene for decades, died June 8 from melanoma at Johns Hopkins Hospital. A resident of the Charlesbrooke neighborhood of Baltimore County, Mr. Rodgers was 70. "Tim was a terrific mentor to me,...

  • Americo E. 'Rick' Gambo, video production company owner

    Americo E. 'Rick' Gambo, video production company owner

    Americo E. "Rick" Gambo a former automobile salesman who later founded a television production company, died Friday of a stroke at WellSpan York Hospital in York, Pa. He was 73. The son of Americo J. Gambo, a construction company owner, and Barbara J. Gambo, a homemaker, Americo Ernest Gambo was...

  • Helen M. Passano, philanthropist and community volunteer, dies

    Helen M. Passano, philanthropist and community volunteer, dies

    Helen M. Passano, a retired chemist and philanthropist who led the restoration of the chapel at Notre Dame of Maryland University and served on the board of Roland Park Country School, died Thursday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of acute myeloid leukemia. The longtime Tuscany-Canterbury resident...

  • Martha M. Ferrara, Howard County real estate agent, dies

    Martha M. Ferrara, Howard County real estate agent, dies

    Martha M. Ferrara, a retired Howard County real estate agent and world traveler, died Monday of renal cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 80. "She was unique in every way. She was a very strong-minded and hardworking person who was fiercely loyal to her friends," said Gisela Woelper...

  • Judge John P. Rellas, former Baltimore County district judge, dies

    Judge John P. Rellas, former Baltimore County district judge, dies

    John P. Rellas, a retired Maryland District Court judge for Baltimore County admired for his courtroom demeanor, died of pneumonia June 6 at Stella Maris Hospice. The resident of the Phoenix section of Baltimore County was 89. Born in Nashua, N.H., he was the son of Pericles Rellas, who owned a...

  • Meredith Plant Millspaugh, who led tours of Baltimore and served on civic boards, dies

    Meredith Plant Millspaugh, who led tours of Baltimore and served on civic boards, dies

    Meredith Plant Millspaugh, who served on many civic boards in Baltimore and owned a company that offered tours of the city, died of Alzheimer's disease on June 8 at Roland Park Place. She was 87. Mrs. Millspaugh had an insatiable interest in Baltimore, its architecture, its history and its neighborhoods,...

  • James 'Jimmy' Williams, former Orioles coach, dies at 90

    James 'Jimmy' Williams, former Orioles coach, dies at 90

    James B. "Jimmy" Williams, whose professional baseball career spanned more than four decades, including time as the Baltimore Orioles' first-, third-base and outfield coach in the 1980s, died Monday of pneumonia at Seasons Hospice at Franklin Square Medical Center. The resident of Rumsey Island...

  • The Rev. Harry Ham, associate pastor and former Westinghouse employee, dies

    The Rev. Harry Ham, associate pastor and former Westinghouse employee, dies

    The Rev. Harry Ham, associate pastor of Christian Memorial Church, who had also worked in product development for Westinghouse Electric Corp., died June 1 at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after suffering a brain hemorrhage. The Gambrills resident was 85. The son of the Rev. Daniel Ham, a Baptist...

  • Lillian Dorothy Gnau, trucking firm co-owner, dies

    Lillian Dorothy Gnau, trucking firm co-owner, dies

    Lillian Dorothy Gnau, who co-owned and operated a trucking firm, died June 2 of complications from dementia at the ManorCare Ruxton nursing home. She was 87 and had lived in Northeast Baltimore. Born Lillian Dorothy Niemczyk in Baltimore and raised on Eastern Avenue in Fells Point, she was the daughter...

  • Joe Morton, peace activist and Goucher College philosophy chair, dies

    Joe Morton, peace activist and Goucher College philosophy chair, dies

    A memorial service for Joe Morton, a retired Goucher College philosophy department chair who founded a peace studies program, will be held at 1 p.m. June 18 at the Athenaeum on the school's Towson campus. Dr. Morton, who was 80, died of cancer April 7 at Gilchrist Hospice Care. He lived in Towson....

  • Helen C. Lee, social worker and centenarian, dies

    Helen C. Lee, social worker and centenarian, dies

    Helen C. Lee, a retired social worker who enjoyed travel, died May 23 from congestive heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. She was 100. Mrs. Lee died two weeks before she would have celebrated her 101st birthday, family members said. The daughter of Marshall Cole, an electrician,...

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