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Olga Hutchins, advertising firm owner, dies

Olga Hutchins, who founded her own one-woman advertising agency, died of Parkinson’s disease complications April 14 at Springwell Assisted Living in Mount Washington. She was 90. Born Olga Klein in Baltimore and raised on Cliffwood Avenue, she was the daughter of William Klein and his wife, Anna....

  • Thomas W. Burdette — tag maker, athlete, storyteller — dies at 82

    Thomas W. Burdette — tag maker, athlete, storyteller — dies at 82

    Thomas W. Burdette, who won back-to-back lacrosse championships as a goalie at Princeton and owned the country’s oldest paper tag-making company for nearly three decades, died of pneumonia on March 28 at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Towson. He was 82. The U.S. Army veteran, who went...

  • Thomas R. Hubbard, educator

    Thomas R. Hubbard, educator

    Thomas Russell Hubbard, a retired health sciences teacher at the Community College of Baltimore City and Northwestern High School, died of heart failure March 23 at Bon Secours Hospital in Chesapeake, Va. The former Lochearn resident was 90. Born in Durham, N.C., he was the son of Dr. James M....

  • R. Bruce Campbell, real estate management firm owner, dies

    R. Bruce Campbell, real estate management firm owner, dies

    R. Bruce Campbell, who owned a real estate management business and was a volunteer firefighter, died of pancreatic cancer March 18 at his Homeland home. He was 76. Born in Baltimore and raised in Northwood, he was the son of Wallace H. Campbell, who founded the family property management business,...

  • Rev. Myles Francis Muller, Johns Hopkins Hospital chaplain, dies

    Rev. Myles Francis Muller, Johns Hopkins Hospital chaplain, dies

    Rev. Myles Francis Muller, a Roman Catholic priest and retired Johns Hopkins Hospital chaplain, died of respiratory failure April 3 at St. Stephen’s Green at the Mercy Ridge retirement community in Timonium. He was 97. Born Lawrence Henry Muller in Baltimore, he was the son of Lawrence Barnhart...

  • Harvey R. Clapp III, lawyer, businessman and raconteur, dies

    Harvey R. Clapp III, lawyer, businessman and raconteur, dies

    Harvey R. Clapp III, a colorful figure who combined careers in law, restaurants, natural gas and investing — and still found time to pursue his passion as a raconteur — died March 27 from prostate cancer at his home in the Woodbrook neighborhood of Baltimore County. He was 79. “Harvey enjoyed all...

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