Ruth E. Tropea, a Baltimore striptease artist who was known professionally as the ‘Queen of Quiver,’ dies
Ruth E. Tropea, a Baltimore ecdysiast who thrilled audiences as the "Queen of Quiver," died Sept. 9 in Columbia, Maryland.
Stephanie “Steffi” Graham, a photographer who worked with nonprofits and once co-owned a Harborplace shop in Baltimore, has died.
Sister Paula Marie Phelan, who founded the Medical School of Technology at Mercy Medical Center, has died at age 105.
Anne P. Deford, chairwoman of the board of Boordy Vineyards, philanthropist and conservationist, dies
Anne C. Deford, chairwoman of Boordy Vineyards, a philanthropist and patron of the arts, has died at age 102.
Sara E. Gray, a career city public school educator who became coordinator of guidance services, dies
Sara E. Gray, who rose from teaching science to become coordinator of guidance services for Baltimore public schools, has died at age 84.
Dr. Samuel I. Benesh, a Pikesville physician who was on the staffs of Sinai and Northwest hospitals and trained interns, has died.
Richard M. "Dick" Sammis, the jocular Baltimore auto dealer who was known for his "Mr. Nobody" slogan, died Sept. 4.
Richard L. Hall, a career McCormick & Co. chemist and expert in flavorings, extracts and food safety, dies
Richard L. Hall, a career McCormick & Co. chemist and executive vice president, has died at age 96.
Gordon M/F. Stick Jr., a former Washington Post photographer who later served as mayor of Pittsfield, Vermont, has died at age 88.
Kinloch N. Yellott III, conservationist, president of philanthropic foundation and sailing captain, dies
Kinloch Nelson Yellott III, former owner of the Haven Corp. who competed in sailing events and headed a charitable foundation that assists Baltimore’s children, has died.
Mary H. Conover, a Carroll County businesswoman who founded MHC Appraisals LLC, died Monday of congestive heart failure in Westminster.
Dr. Francis D. ‘Frank’ Milligan, pioneering Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist who practiced for 49 years, dies
Dr. Francis D. “Frank” Milligan, a retired Baltimore gastroenterologist who worked at Johns Hopkins Hospital, died Aug. 20 at his Roland Park Place home.
John Standish McCleary, a retired investment adviser and former lacrosse player, died of cancer Sunday at his Ruxton, Maryland, home. He was 81.
Edward L. ‘Ned’ Clapp, a former longtime Gilman teacher known for puns and ‘Dreaded Bag’ assignments, dies
Edward L. "Ned" Clapp, a former longtime Gilman School teacher, died Aug. 24 in his sleep at his Broadmead retirement community home in Cockeysville. The former Riderwood resident was 78.
Katrina J. Dennis, trial attorney, university system regent and mentor to young lawyers and women, dies
Katrina J. Dennis was a well respected lawyer who served on governmental boards and was recalled for her sense of style and willingness to mentor young lawyers and students.
Priscilla M. Tainter-Scherr, a former public relations professional and later a business owner, forged ties between Shepard Pratt and the wider Baltimore community.