In addition to the five employees killed in June in the shootings at the Annapolis Capital, the region lost a number of notable citizens in 2018. Here, we recall some of those who left a lasting mark.
Dec 20, 2018 at 4:20 PM
Ms. Warren moved to Baltimore in 1968, and after teaching English for several years at Archbishop Keough High School, earned her real estate license, and worked for O’Conor, Piper & Flynn until 1975, family members said.
An accomplished actress, dancer and singer, Ms. Warren performed in local community theater and for years was a mainstay of the Paint and Powder Club.
Ms. Warren, who had been a longtime Mount Washington resident before moving to Springwell two years ago, was a former member of the Gibson Island Club. She enjoyed sailing the Chesapeake Bay and was an avid Orioles fan.
“She was a huge Cal Ripken fan and collected anything Cal Ripken,” said her son, Edward Henry “Hank” Mitchell, a resident of the city’s Lake Montebello neighborhood.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Jan. 5 at Christ Lutheran Church, 701 S. Charles St., Federal Hill.
In addition to her son, she is survived by her husband of 19 years, Edward “Buzz” Warren, a retired senior project manager for Navy Supply Systems; a brother, Bernard J. Rauch of Chatawa, Miss.; a sister, Diane Rauch Kern of New Orleans; and a grandson. An earlier marriage to Geoffrey S. Mitchell, a lawyer, ended in divorce.