Anthony W. “Tony” Deering, the former head of the Rouse Company who orchestrated its sale, and a benefactor of Baltimore’s education, arts and theater communities, died Friday of lung disease at his North Charles Street home. He was 72. Mr. Deering headed the Rouse Company from 1997 to 2004 as.
John H. Ehrhardt III, salesman and lacrosse coach
Linda J. Stewart, T. Rowe Price senior administrative assistant
Donald S. Coffey. a Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine teacher and prostate cancer scientist who researched why malignant cells reproduce so erratically, died of heart failure Nov. 9 at his Catonsville home. He was 85. “As the patriarch of prostate cancer research, his teaching influenced.
Joseph Liberto, Social Security clerk and Academy Heights resident, dies
Suzanne Hyatt, who sold women s clothes at Annapolis shop
Richard J. Cross III, a speechwriter for former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. who became a Republican renegade after leaving the State House, has died. He was 51. Police said he was found dead Thursday afternoon in his home in the 1900 block of Thames St. in Fells Point. A spokesman for the state.
Lane K. Berk, a civil rights and social justice activist and a supporter of the arts who won the legal battle to display a 10-foot-tall orange pylon spelling B-A-L-T-I-M-O-R-E on the roof of her Federal Hill home, died Tuesday at that home of heart failure. She was 89. “She was one of Baltimore’s.
Marian G. Stanton, a co-founder and provost of the old Sojourner-Douglass College who oversaw the school’s expansion into the Bahamas campus, died Oct. 28 of renal failure at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The Northeast Baltimore resident was 76. “She was dedicated, loved the community.
Jacob “Jack” Becker, a former City College history teacher who owned a television repair service, died of heart disease Oct. 29 at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center. The Reisterstown resident was 82. Born in Baltimore and raised on Anoka Avenue, he was the son of Daniel Becker, an amateur.
Marjorie C. Marge Strasburger, educator who later performed as Cookie the Clown
Betty Williams, Eastern High School principal, dies
Shirley M. Harrover, retired Centennial High School registrar and a church organist, died Oct. 31 at the University of Maryland Medical Center of complications from a fall she suffered at her Havre de Grace home. She was 87. The daughter of Lewis J. Zucco, a Westinghouse Electric Corp. engineer.
Russell E. Gingras, former chief of staff at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, where he worked for 44 years, died Oct. 29, after a lengthy battle with head and neck cancer. The Columbia resident was 71. Mr. Gingras was born in Chicago. His father, Edward Gingras.
Stephen “Steve” Landen, a top-ranked professional bridge player who competed in a world championship in Monte Carlo, died of hypothermia complicated by a fall he suffered Sunday while walking near his Ellicott City home. He was 64. Born in Detroit, Mich., and raised in West Bloomfield and Birmingham.
Joan C. Johanson, a retired clinical social worker who had worked with the terminally ill at the Hospice of the Chesapeake and also volunteered with her church, died Oct. 29 at her Severna Park home of cardiopulmonary disease. She was 83. She was the daughter of Irish immigrants: John Flaherty.
Edwin B. “Ned” Jarrett Jr., a retired insurance executive and an accomplished woodworker, died Oct. 27 of pancreatic cancer at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. The longtime Owings Mills resident was 86. The son of Dr. Edwin B. Jarrett, a physician, and Dorothy Jarrett, a homemaker.
Phyllis Jo Seidman, a former income tax preparer who enjoyed gardening, died Oct. 26 of complications from dementia at the Augsburg Lutheran Home and Village in Lochearn. She was 88. The daughter of John Cecil Hickman, a welder, and Leona Hickman, a homemaker, Phyllis Jo Hickman was born in Ashland.
Harriet Cullison Quandt, a retired teacher and public school volunteer, died of congestive heart failure Oct. 16 at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury. The former resident of The Orchards in North Baltimore was 99. Born in Baltimore and raised on Guilford Avenue, she was the daughter of William.
Virginia M. Reinecke, a Baltimore pianist and organist who entertained audiences for nearly 70 years and a co-founder of the “Music In the Great Hall” series, died Oct. 20 of cardiovascular disease at Shangri-La Senior Living in Ellicott City. The longtime Catonsville resident was 97. “She was.
Sallie Beth Gardner, a retired customer service representative who earlier had been a seamstress and a sales associate, died Oct. 25 of complications from renal failure at a daughter’s Original Northwood home. She was 90. The daughter of farmers Robert Vincent and Mariah Eaton Vincent, Sallie Beth.
James Walker, a retired engineer who served the old Pennsylvania Railroad, Penn Central, Conrail and Amtrak lines and was a railroad union official, died of pneumonia Saturday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The former Cockeysville resident was 81. Born in the Texas community of Baltimore.
Frances R. Rome, a former educator who was the founder of the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Women’s Committee, died Oct. 18 from complications of a stroke at her home in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Baltimore County. She was 104. “Frances Rome was, for many decades, one of the BMA’s most serious.
Camilla Roberson, an attorney at the Public Justice Center who spent five years working with orphans in Honduras before launching a law career in social justice advocacy, died of stage-four breast cancer at her parents’ home in Overlea on Oct. 26. The Towson resident was 43. Recalled by family.
Nicholas G. Greaves, a former Blue Cross-Blue Shield official who was a supporter of Senior Olympics, died Oct. 20 from complications of dementia and cancer at Hart Heritage Estate in Street. The Bel Air resident was 76. The son of Thompson Greaves, a career military officer, and Mildred Lucille.
William H. Pfeifer Jr., a veteran Baltimore County public schools educator who was an inveterate sports fan, died Oct. 19 from Parkinson’s disease at his Parkville home. He was 85. “Everybody loved Bill Pfeifer. He was very outgoing, friendly and he obviously engaged well with people,” said Dr.
Donald Vincent Fandetti, a retired professor at the University of Maryland’s School of Social Work, died of heart disease Tuesday at Lorien Elkridge rehabilitation center. The Columbia resident was 83. Born in Providence, R.I., he was the son of Vincent James Fandetti, who worked in building and.
Peter B. Petersen, a highly decorated Vietnam Army officer who later became a Johns Hopkins University professor, died Oct. 18 from pancreatic cancer at his Vero Beach, Fla., home. The former Glen Arm and Guilford resident was 84. “Pete was a leader, self-assured, calming and reassuring, and had.