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  • Dennis H.L. Sherman

    Dennis H.L. Sherman
    Dennis H.L. Sherman, a retired tailor who was also known as "The Tie Man," died Dec. 14 of pneumonia at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 87. "I first met him when I was in middle school. Back then I used to wear ascots, and he thought that was so cool,"...
  • Arts scene owes a lot to Marian Berman [Ellicott City]

    Arts scene owes a lot to Marian Berman [Ellicott City]
    Don't let her diminutive stature fool you. For almost 40 years, powerhouse Marian Berman has been a tireless advocate for the arts in Howard County. As owner of Galley 44 in Ellicott City, Berman helped customers find or frame the perfect art work for...
  • James R. LaVey, Boy Scout advocate

    James R. LaVey, Boy Scout advocate
    James R. LaVey, a retired systems equipment engineer who was also a decorated World War II gunner and longtime Boy Scout advocate, died Saturday of pneumonia at his Timonium home. He was 87. "He was a giant among Scout volunteers and was a kind friend to...
  • Virginia B. Machovec, cashier

    Virginia B. Machovec, a retired city public school cafeteria cashier and longtime hospital volunteer, died Wednesday of pneumonia at Baltimore Washington Medical Center. She was 92. The daughter of a Cross Street Market worker and a homemaker, Virginia...
  • Carl R. "Randy" Boles Sr., security expert

    Carl R. "Randy" Boles Sr., a retired security expert who was a fan of classic Western movies, died Sunday of complications from pneumonia and cardiac arrest at Baltimore-Washington Medical Center. He was 74. The son of a sheet metal worker and a...
  • Charles H. "Harry" Heinlein, D-Day survivor

    Charles H. "Harry" Heinlein, D-Day survivor
    Charles H. "Harry" Heinlein, a young Army machine-gunner who survived the D-Day landing on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944, and returned 60 years later, died Saturday of pneumonia at Stella Maris Hospice. The longtime Violetville resident was 90. Mr....
  • Milton B. Sachse, trailer company executive

    Milton B. Sachse, trailer company executive
    Milton B. Sachse, a former trailer company executive who later was chairman of the board of the Association of Maryland Pilots, died Friday of pneumonia at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Lutherville resident was 92. Milton Boyd Sachse was born and...
  • Highland/Fulton: Debate team at Reservoir High School makes a good case

    Our public schools offer such an incredible range of learning activities. One such example is Speech and Debate. Nationwide, many high schools participate in the National Forensics League Lincoln-Douglas Debates, based on the famous debates between...
  • North Laurel/Savage: Like pancakes? Have some with St. Nick at Emmanuel UM Church

    St. Nicholas will have breakfast at Emmanuel United Methodist Church and he would like you to join him on Saturday, Dec. 15. The church is holding its annual Breakfast with St. Nicholas from 8 till 11 a.m. The menu includes pancakes and sausages....
  • Highland/Fulton: Lime Kiln Middle School's orchestra tuning up for winter concert

    If you are looking for a family activity, you might want to go to the winter concert put on by the Lime Kiln Middle School orchestra. It takes place in the school auditorium on Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. For more information, give the school a ring at 410-880-...
  • Jarnetta Kroh, philanthropist

    Jarnetta Kroh, philanthropist
    Jarnetta Kroh, a Greater Baltimore Medical Center philanthropist who assisted her husband in his import car servicing business, died Nov. 25 of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder at her home in Laguna Hills, Calif. She was 81 and had lived in the...
  • Paid sick leave urged in Maryland

    Paid sick leave urged in Maryland
    Raquel Rojas has never worked for a company that gave her paid sick leave. Sometimes even unpaid leave isn't on offer. The Baltimore resident said a restaurant that employed her as a line cook three years ago stopped scheduling her for work after she...