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Korean War (1950-1953)

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  • Northern Chesapeake West Point Society celebrates Founders Day

    The Northern Chesapeake West Point Society held its Annual Founders Day Celebration March 16 at the Maryland Golf and Country Clubs in Bel Air. More than 85 people representing graduates, cadets and parents of cadets, former professors and friends of...
  • Owen Daly II, Navy veteran and top Baltimore banker

    Owen Daly II, Navy veteran and top Baltimore banker
    Owen Daly II, who served in the Navy during two wars and was a top executive at two Baltimore-based banks, died Thursday of heart failure at his Lutherville home. He was 87. Mr. Daly was born in Denver, Colo., and attended the Gilman School in Baltimore,...
  • Legion Post 109 adds concerts and food specials to boost attendance

    Legion Post 109 adds concerts and food specials to boost attendance
    Thirty people filled all the available bar stools at the canteen at Dewey Lowman American Legion Post 109 just after 6 p.m. on Wednesday and those without seats appeared happy to stand. Most of the crowd chatted as they sipped a beer, mixed drink or...
  • Horace W. Davis Sr., activist

    Horace Warren Davis Sr., a retired longshoreman and neighborhood and civil rights activist, died April 3 of a heart attack at Bon Secours Hospital. The Edmondson Village resident was 80. Born in Baltimore and raised on Mount Street, Mr. Davis was a...
  • Herbert L. "Herb" Thompson, Agnew press secretary, dies

    Herbert L. "Herb" Thompson, Agnew press secretary, dies
    Herbert L. "Herb" Thompson, former Associated Press Annapolis bureau chief who later served as press secretary to Spiro T. Agnew during his years as governor and later vice president, died May 30 of pneumonia at a retirement community in State College,...
  • Getting back in the game

    Plaxico Burress took the first steps to resuming his NFL career last week simply by stepping out of prison for the first time in nearly two years. More than 30 months removed from his last reception, Burress is looking to pick up where he left off. In...
  • Mary Bell Grempler

    Mary Bell Grempler
    Mary Bell Grempler, a colorful real estate saleswoman whose pioneering firm grew to become the No. 1 independently owned real estate business in the state, died Monday of emphysema at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Stevenson resident was 81....
  • Eleanor A. Laun

    Eleanor A. Laun
    Eleanor A. Laun, a combat nurse who served with the Army in North Africa and Europe during World War II, died Jan. 10 of complications from a stroke at the Charlestown retirement community. The longtime Ten Hills resident was 94. Eleanor A. McNelis...
  • Richard Nash Jr., businessman

    Richard Nash Jr., a retired businessman and avid boater, died Jan. 11 of pneumonia and heart failure at his winter home in Naples, Fla. The Towson resident was 82. The son of an IBM manager and a homemaker, Mr. Nash was born in Baltimore and raised on...
  • Albert A. Mrozek, federal worker

    Albert A. Mrozek, federal worker
    Albert A. Mrozek, a retired federal worker who bred racing pigeons, died Jan. 12 of complications from diabetes at the Genesis Severna Park Center nursing home. The longtime Brooklyn Park resident was 81. Albert Anthony Mrozek, the son of a tugboat...
  • Donald LeRoy Calp, engineer

    Donald LeRoy Calp, engineer
    Donald LeRoy Calp, a retired air-traffic control engineer, died of an acute pulmonary hemorrhage Jan. 17 at his Columbia home. He was 79. Born in Manchester, he was a 1950 Sparks High School graduate. He also attended Edison Junior College in Fort Myers,...
  • Well-known chaplain finds passion in serving

    Warren Litchfield's kettle overflows with words that lift the heart and replenish the soul. And he casts his net wide, as one of the best-known and longest-serving unpaid chaplains in our midst. He tends to the flock at the Laurel Volunteer Fire...