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Stanley T. Levinson, who worked in his family’s funeral business for more than seven decades, dies

Stanley T. Levinson, who worked for more than 70 years in his family's Baltimore-area funeral business, died Monday in his sleep at his Roland Park home. He was 89.

Rose Ann Campbell, former X-ray technician, dies

Rose Ann Campbell, a retired X-ray technician who enjoyed dancing and listening to music, has died at age 85.

Terry F. Hall, former Alex Brown Realty in-house counsel who earlier worked at Venable, Baetjer & Howard, dies

Terry F. Hall, former Alex Brown Realty in-house counsel who earlier worked at Venable, Baetjer & Howard, has died at age 72

Rev. St. George I.B. Crosse, religious and civil rights leader, dies

The Rev. St. George I.B. Crosse, an outspoken and trailblazing community leader, died Aug. 7 at the age of 79.

Jack B. Rubin, whose career as a criminal defense lawyer in Baltimore spanned more than half a century, dies

Jack B. Rubin, a well-known Baltimore criminal defense lawyer whose career spanned more than five decades, has died at age 77.

Robert M. Evans, a retired computer executive and photographer, dies

Robert M. Evans, a retired computer executive, Air Force veteran and photographer, has died at age 86.

Bernard J. ‘Bernie’ Sledzik, a decorated World War II fighter pilot who flew 67 missions over Europe, dies

Bernard J. "Bernie" Sledzik, a decorated World War II combat fighter pilot who flew 67 missions over Europe, has died at age 95.

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James P. Pallace Jr., longtime Eastern Vocational-Technical High School educator, umpire and referee, dies

James P. Pallace Jr., a longtime Eastern Technical High School educator, umpire and referee, died Aug. 3. The Parkville resident was 86.

Jane K. Schapiro, a Baltimore philanthropist who supported the arts and education in Israel, dies

Jane K. Schapiro, a Baltimore philanthropist who was active in The Associated, has died of congestive heart failure.

James J. Stankovic, clothing manufacturing executive, dies

James J. Stankovic, a former president of J. Schoeneman Inc. in Baltimore who later was a partner with his son in a popular Pratt Street bar, died Aug. 7.

Dr. Harrold T. Elberfeld, a retired obstetrician and gynecologist who collected vintage tractors, dies

Dr. Harrold T. Elberfeld, a retired Baltimore gynecologist-obstetrician who enjoyed collecting vintage farm tractors and blacksmithing, has died at age 79.

Teresa Lupinek, executive assistant to the president of UMBC, was also a talented artist

Teresa Lupinek, former executive administrative assistant to the president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County who was also a talented artist, has died at age 63.

Judith Mayer, retired social worker and advocate for girls, dies

Judith Mayer, a retired social worker and advocate for girls, has died at age 78.

Dr. Douglas B. Tang, a retired Walter Reed Army Institute of Research statistician, dies

Dr. Douglas B. Tang, a retired Walter Reed Army Institute Research statistician and collector of railroad memorabilia, has died at age 81.

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Claude D. Watts Jr., director of facilities services for Kaiser Foundation Plan’s Mid-Atlantic region, dies

Claude D. Watts Jr., a health care executive for Kaiser Foundation Plan's Middle Atlantic Region, has died at age 63.

Rosemary DiFatta, retired Verizon worker, dies

Rosemary DiFatta, a retired Verizon worker and sports enthusiast, dies

Rabbi Joel Zaiman, who served Chizuk Amuno Congregation, dies

Rabbi Joel Zaiman, who served Chizuk Amuno Congregation for more than 20 years, has died at age 81.

Martin Ruther, health care statistician, dies

Martin Ruther, a retired statistician and a pioneering resident of Columbia, has died at age 95.

‘His heart was bigger than he was’: Skip Amass remembered for extensive community involvement

Dr. Arnold Amass, 86, of Westminster, died Aug. 3.

Roderick E. Richardson, an accountant whose career with the University of Maryland spanned nearly 30 years, dies

Roderick E. Richardson, a University of Maryland accountant and inveterate sports fan, has died at age 63.

Veterans’ View: Make veterans in Carroll County count; be a part of Census 2020

Carroll County’s 2010 census resulted in an 83% response rate and indicated there were 14,002 veterans residing in Carroll County. It’s important to accurately count local veterans so the county understands the current and future challenges of the men and woman who served our country and is therefore able to continually develop necessary programs and services.

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John C. ‘Jack’ Lowry, a nurseryman who co-owned Lowry & Co. with his wife, dies

John C. “Jack” Lowry, a nurseryman and co-owner of Lowry & Co. in Baltimore County, died in July. He was 87.

Lisa Robinson, founder of psychiatric liaison nursing, dies

Lisa Robinson, a registered nurse who was a professor of psychiatric nursing at the University of Maryland School of Nursing and an assistant professor at the University of Maryland Medical School, died July 5.

Virginia Catherine Ruth, a corporal in the Women’s Army Corps, dies

Virginia Catherine Ruth, who deciphered and encoded messages during World War II, prepared meals for prisoners from her Dundalk kitchen and cared for children removed from their parents’ custody, died July 31, 2019 of heart and lung failure. She was 95.

Jack L. Hofer, hosted bluegrass music at his Sandpiper Inn bar in Dundalk, dies

Jack L. Hofer, hosted bluegrass music at his Sandpiper Inn bar, dies

Alan D. Yarbro, former general counsel for Mercantile Bankshares Corp. and partner at Venable LLP, dies

Alan D. Yarbro, former general counsel for Mercantile Bankshares Corp., has died from Alzheimer's disease at Gilchrist Center in Towson. The Ruxton resident was 77.

Mary A. Plumer, faux finish artist, dies

Mary A. Plumer, who worked for the Johns Hopkins University and was a noted faux finish artist, died Monday at age 88.

Redmond C.S. Finney, retired Gilman School headmaster and All-America lacrosse and football player, dies

Redmond Finney, who reshaped and diversified Gilman School in Baltimore as its headmaster, dies.

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