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Obituaries

Timmerman Daugherty, lawyer, artist and women's rights actvist, dies

Timmerman “Timmie” Daugherty, a retired Maryland attorney who became a ceramics artist and advocated women’s rights, died of complications of flu and heart disease on Oct. 8 at her Miami Beach, Fla., home. The former Charles Village resident was 76. Susan Timmerman Fagans was born in Basking Ridge,...

  • Robert B. Keigler, student at UMBC, dies at age 24

    Robert B. Keigler, student at UMBC, dies at age 24

    Robert Bradford Keigler, a University of Maryland Baltimore County student who studied financial economics and enjoyed playing lacrosse, died Monday at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center from a respiratory condition. The Timonium resident had recently celebrated his 24th birthday....

  • Janet C. Chalk, homemaker and political activist, dies

    Janet C. Chalk, homemaker and political activist, dies

    Janet C. Chalk, a homemaker, political activist and theater buff, died Sept. 4 from heart failure at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The Lutherville resident was 89. The former Janet Barbara Crow was born at home on Rosedale Street in West Baltimore. She was the daughter of...

  • Dr. Silvino Muneses, family patriarch and internist

    Dr. Silvino Muneses, family patriarch and internist

    Dr. Silvino Butalid Muneses, an internal medicine physician who practiced in Brooklyn and Southwest Baltimore and was patriarch of his extended family, died of congestive heart failure Oct. 2 at his Glen Arm home. He was 86. Born in the Philippines, he was the son of Ildefonso Muneses and his wife,...

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