Obituary for Filmore W. Hart, an active member of Mount Ararat Baptist Church for more than six decades
Pamela S. Nixon, a gardener and historic preservationist who also collected Santa Clauses, died July 9 of congestive heart failure and complications of diabetes at the Broadmead Retirement Community in Cockeysville.
George L. Good Sr., a former Maryland Cup Corp. executive who later owned and operated a pallet company, and was also passionate about music and sailing, died July 9. The Lutherville resident was 79.
Earlene Reed Harvey, a Baltimore jazz vocalist who performed with Natalie Cole, James Brown and others, dies
Earlene Reed Harvey, a noted Baltimore jazz vocalist, died June 27 of congestive heart failure at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The Overlea resident was 77.
William Benjamin Ray Sr., opera star, civil rights activist, former Peabody Conservatory professor, dies at 94
William Benjamin Ray Sr., a renowned opera singer and civil rights activist who left the Jim Crow South in the 1940s for Europe, where he compiled a stellar, 25-year performing career before moving to Maryland to teach young vocalists at the Peabody Conservatory and Howard University, died of congestive heart failure at the Gilchrist Center Howard County in Columbia on July 3.
Adam P. Janet, a lawyer recalled for his integrity, maturity and ability to get things done, died of adrenocortical cancer June 29 at his Pikesville, Maryland, home.
Alice E. Lippincott, a homemaker, businesswoman and volunteer, died Sunday of cancer at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson, Maryland, where she had lived for the past decade. She was 92.
David W. Barton Jr., who ran the Barton-Gillet financial printing firm and served on the Baltimore City Planning Commission, has died.
Arnold ‘Arno’ Fleischmann, who escaped Nazi Germany and later served as aide to Eisenhower during WWII, dies
Arnold "Arno" Fleischmann, a rtired lawyer who served as a member of Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's staff during World War II, died June 19 at his home. He was 93.
Karen A Schafer, a retired Baltimore County public schools educator, died Monday from heart failure at St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 73.
Barbara Zirkin, a lifelong educator, a former associate dean of Stevenson University and an early developer of online learning programs, died June 20.
Stephen R. Hayes, a professional actor and director, died June 16 of complications of Marfan syndrome at his Cockeysville, Maryland, home. He was 59.
T. James "Jimmy" Hense Jr., a Baltimore businessman who was an outstanding squash player, died June 15 of a stroke at Union Memorial Hospital. He was 74.
A memorial service for Fred Mirmiran, president of the JTM engineering firm and a philanthropist, will be held at 10 a.m. July 19 at the Towson Center.