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Obituaries

 

Robert M. Perkins Jr., communication arts professor, dies

Robert Mitchell Perkins Jr., a retired Community College of Baltimore County communication arts department chair, died of kidney failure Feb. 28 at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 72 and lived in Glen Arm. Born in Baltimore and raised on Venable Avenue in Waverly and later in Campus Hills in...

  • Ann G. Candler, educator, dies

    Ann G. Candler, educator, dies

    Ann G. Candler, a retired Baltimore City Community College English teacher, died Feb. 27 of lung disease at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. The former longtime Roland Park resident was 91. The former Ann Gillis Bueschel was born in Baltimore and raised in Charles Village and later...

  • William Eugene 'Gene' Bolin, Episcopal priest and passionate social advocate, dies

    William Eugene 'Gene' Bolin, Episcopal priest and passionate social advocate, dies

    The Rev. William Eugene “Gene” Bolin, a “master of the pun” and spiritual man known for his compassion and skills as a public speaker, died Feb. 7 in Towson. He was 78. Born July 2, 1940, in Dundalk, he was the son of Helen Gertrude Williams, a homemaker, and Carroll Eugene Bolin, the owner of...

  • Julia Ruth Stevens, daughter of Babe Ruth, the Baltimore-born Bambino, dies at 102

    Julia Ruth Stevens, daughter of Babe Ruth, the Baltimore-born Bambino, dies at 102

    Julia Ruth Stevens, the last surviving child of Babe Ruth, died early Saturday morning at an assisted-living facility in Henderson, Nev., of complications following a pulmonary embolism, said her son, Tom Stevens. She was 102. Mrs. Stevens had written “A Daughter’s Portrait” and other books about...

  • Alfred 'Fred' Abramson, pharmacist turned professor at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, dies

    Alfred 'Fred' Abramson, pharmacist turned professor at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, dies

    Alfred “Fred” Abramson, an Essex pharmacist turned professor at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, where he became a beloved and respected figure, died Saturday from heart failure at Sinai Hospital. The Owings Mills resident was 84. “As a faculty member, Fred made significant contributions...

  • C. Herbert Wineholt Jr., syrup company executive, dies

    C. Herbert Wineholt Jr., syrup company executive, dies

    C. Herbert Wineholt Jr., a retired Mangels-Herrold Co. executive who was a lifelong patron of the arts, died Feb. 14 from heart failure at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The former Pinehurst and Ruxton resident was 88. Charles Herbert Wineholt Jr., the son of Charles H. Wineholt...

  • Dr. David S. Hungerford, orthopedic surgeon, dies

    Dr. David S. Hungerford, orthopedic surgeon, dies

    Dr. David S. Hungerford, a retired orthopedic surgeon who was a pioneer in hip and knee replacements, died of complications of brain cancer related to a melanoma Saturday at his Cockeysville home. He was 80. Born in Rochester, N.Y., he was the son of Samuel Hungerford, a school principal and his...

  • James F. Fusting Sr., carpeting and design executive, dies

    James F. Fusting Sr., carpeting and design executive, dies

    James Francis Fusting Sr., who owned a commercial carpeting business, died of cancer Feb. 24 at College Manor Assisted Living in Lutherville. He was 90 and had lived at Mercy Ridge in Timonium and in Owings Mills. Born in Baltimore and raised on Falls Road in Roland Park, he was the son of Erwin...

  • Donald N. Walls, film and theater critic, dies

    Donald N. Walls, film and theater critic, dies

    Donald N. Walls, a retired film and theater critic who appeared on radio and television for nearly three decades, died of dementia complications Feb. 19 at Storey Oaks Memory Care in Oklahoma City. The former Northeast Baltimore and Bel Air resident was 82. “For more than 20 years, Don Walls brought...

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