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Druid Ridge Cemetery

7900 Park Heights Ave
Pikesville, MD 21208
(410) 486-5300
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M. Elizabeth Crawmer, 65 - Herald-Mail Media

Monday, April 03, 2017

John Robert and M. Ellen Cromer Sisler.Liz was a 1969 graduate of Williamsport High School. She was employed with the Maryland State Police at the Westminster barrack for 16 years and in Pikesville at state police headquarters for 13 years, retiring after 29 years of service. She served as second vice chairwoman for the northeast region of the FBI Criminal Justice Services and was a board member of the National Law Enforcement Systems from 1995-1999.She had been an associate of Hartzler Funeral Home, Union Bridge, since 1977. She was a member of St. James Lutheran Church, Union Bridge; the Maryland Troopers Association; Order of Eastern Star Plymouth Chapter 41 and the Lions Club, both of Union Bridge, Colonial Williamsburg Burgesses Society, W.A.R. Goodwin Society and the Red Hats’ Meow. She was a volunteer at the Carroll County Farm Museum from 1990-1996. She enjoyed gardening, reading, cross-stitching, tole and primitive painting, wood carving, genealogy and historical research.Surviving are her nephew, Joseph Allen Sisler and wife, Darcie, of Columbus, Ohio; great-nephew, Landry Sisler; the Hartzler family, numerous devoted friends, including Nancy and Ronald Anders of Taneytown, Md., and Billie Kaal of Chambersburg, Pa., and several cousins. She was predeceased by her brother, John Charles Sisler.A funeral service will be held at 10 a.

LIVING FOR THE WEEKEND - Afro American

Monday, October 24, 2016

Michele Emery for the engraved custom-made shirt “Living for the Weekend.”   Great seeing my longtime friend Andy Rosenthal, former owner of Fells Point’s Shuckers. Andy and I met at Ruth’s Chris’ Pikesville as our party grew larger and we slowly crowded him out at his table; but you need to hear Andy tell the story. (See more photos from the party on page A12). “Who made the mountains who made the trees who made the rivers that flow out to the seas and who hung the moon in the starry sky…Now who made the flowers bloom in the spring, yeah and who writes the songs for the robins to sing and who sends the rain when the earth is dry. Somebody bigger than you and I.”-Whitney HoustonWhat better way to end a successful birthday month then a trip to one of the most beautiful places, Lake Tahoe Nevada. I can only imagine what the poet Katherine Lee Bates saw when she wrote “America the Beautiful.” The crystal-clear blue lake, the majestic Alpine trees and the magnificent mountains astounded me as my eyes feasted on the beauty of GOD’s masterpiece. The road to Reno for the Street Vibrations motorcycle festival took us to a place in time as we drove through Carson City and the road leading to Virginia City and the Ponderosa.“What the world needs now is love sweet love.”-Dionne Warwick The tragic and senseless murder of our friend Chef Michael Bates, instructor at Strafford Culinary School and chef extraordinaire, has left us once again wondering “what’s going on” when it’s easier to kill someone ‘in cold blood” than to “reach out and touch somebody’s hand”. Chef Mike, at 48 years of age, was a role model for the city of Baltimore. He was large in statue yet gentle in heart. Chef Mike was passionate in his love for people, food and fine cigars. He never hesitated to greet you with a bear hug and a taste of his newest cuisine.The last time I saw Chef Mike was at Suited to Succeed’ s fundraiser where he grabbed me by the hand, taking me across the floor to his food station bypassing the other food stations so I could sample the food his students had prepared. To the three young men who allegedly robbed and killed Chef Mike after he had given you his possessions, you robbed Baltimore of a precious jewel and yourself of a friend who would have helped you had you only asked. You represented the youth he mentored, so sorry you missed a great opportunity. To his mother Debbie Bates, Aunt Jackie Hamilton and family members, Chef Mike’s living was not in vain. Family hour is Oct. 7 at Wylie Funeral Home, 701 N. Mount Street from 4 p.m.to 8 p.m.Maxine Dixon, a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Baltimore County Chapter has joined Heaven’s choir. Maxine’s voice would linger in the rafters with her emotional rendition of Reverend Paul Jones “I won’t complain.” Omega services is Oct. 7 at 6:30 p.m. at Wylie Funeral Home 9200 Liberty Road.Family and friends are mourning the death of Wilburt LeRoy Simms, son of Mary and Reggie Haysbert after a short illness. Family will receive friends on Friday October 14, 2016 at the family owned Forum Caterers at 6 PM. “…when I’ve gone the last mile of the way”-Sam Cooke Family please keep thes...

Richard Wyman, philanthropist and executive at Hochschild Kohn, dies - Baltimore Sun

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Ms. Moser said. "Our family is top heavy with women and Dick was the man growing up."Mr. Wyman enjoyed reading, golf and tennis, and was a member of the Suburban Club in Pikesville and the Lotos Club of New York. He was an avid card player and enjoyed playing gin rummy and bridge with friends.A funeral was held Friday at Druid Ridge Cemetery, with a memorial service at the Park School.In addition to his daughter, Mr. Wyman is survived by his wife of 30 years, Judith Wertheimer Wyman; a son, Frank Wyman of Short Hills, N.J.; and five grandchildren. A marriage to Marjorie Weinstock ended in divorce after 25 years.cwells@baltsun.com...

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M. Elizabeth Crawmer, 65 - Herald-Mail Media

Monday, April 03, 2017

John Robert and M. Ellen Cromer Sisler.Liz was a 1969 graduate of Williamsport High School. She was employed with the Maryland State Police at the Westminster barrack for 16 years and in Pikesville at state police headquarters for 13 years, retiring after 29 years of service. She served as second vice chairwoman for the northeast region of the FBI Criminal Justice Services and was a board member of the National Law Enforcement Systems from 1995-1999.She had been an associate of Hartzler Funeral Home, Union Bridge, since 1977. She was a member of St. James Lutheran Church, Union Bridge; the Maryland Troopers Association; Order of Eastern Star Plymouth Chapter 41 and the Lions Club, both of Union Bridge, Colonial Williamsburg Burgesses Society, W.A.R. Goodwin Society and the Red Hats’ Meow. She was a volunteer at the Carroll County Farm Museum from 1990-1996. She enjoyed gardening, reading, cross-stitching, tole and primitive painting, wood carving, genealogy and historical research.Surviving are her nephew, Joseph Allen Sisler and wife, Darcie, of Columbus, Ohio; great-nephew, Landry Sisler; the Hartzler family, numerous devoted friends, including Nancy and Ronald Anders of Taneytown, Md., and Billie Kaal of Chambersburg, Pa., and several cousins. She was predeceased by her brother, John Charles Sisler.A funeral service will be held at 10 a.

LIVING FOR THE WEEKEND - Afro American

Monday, October 24, 2016

Michele Emery for the engraved custom-made shirt “Living for the Weekend.”   Great seeing my longtime friend Andy Rosenthal, former owner of Fells Point’s Shuckers. Andy and I met at Ruth’s Chris’ Pikesville as our party grew larger and we slowly crowded him out at his table; but you need to hear Andy tell the story. (See more photos from the party on page A12). “Who made the mountains who made the trees who made the rivers that flow out to the seas and who hung the moon in the starry sky…Now who made the flowers bloom in the spring, yeah and who writes the songs for the robins to sing and who sends the rain when the earth is dry. Somebody bigger than you and I.”-Whitney HoustonWhat better way to end a successful birthday month then a trip to one of the most beautiful places, Lake Tahoe Nevada. I can only imagine what the poet Katherine Lee Bates saw when she wrote “America the Beautiful.” The crystal-clear blue lake, the majestic Alpine trees and the magnificent mountains astounded me as my eyes feasted on the beauty of GOD’s masterpiece. The road to Reno for the Street Vibrations motorcycle festival took us to a place in time as we drove through Carson City and the road leading to Virginia City and the Ponderosa.“What the world needs now is love sweet love.”-Dionne Warwick The tragic and senseless murder of our friend Chef Michael Bates, instructor at Strafford Culinary School and chef extraordinaire, has left us once again wondering “what’s going on” when it’s easier to kill someone ‘in cold blood” than to “reach out and touch somebody’s hand”. Chef Mike, at 48 years of age, was a role model for the city of Baltimore. He was large in statue yet gentle in heart. Chef Mike was passionate in his love for people, food and fine cigars. He never hesitated to greet you with a bear hug and a taste of his newest cuisine.The last time I saw Chef Mike was at Suited to Succeed’ s fundraiser where he grabbed me by the hand, taking me across the floor to his food station bypassing the other food stations so I could sample the food his students had prepared. To the three young men who allegedly robbed and killed Chef Mike after he had given you his possessions, you robbed Baltimore of a precious jewel and yourself of a friend who would have helped you had you only asked. You represented the youth he mentored, so sorry you missed a great opportunity. To his mother Debbie Bates, Aunt Jackie Hamilton and family members, Chef Mike’s living was not in vain. Family hour is Oct. 7 at Wylie Funeral Home, 701 N. Mount Street from 4 p.m.to 8 p.m.Maxine Dixon, a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Baltimore County Chapter has joined Heaven’s choir. Maxine’s voice would linger in the rafters with her emotional rendition of Reverend Paul Jones “I won’t complain.” Omega services is Oct. 7 at 6:30 p.m. at Wylie Funeral Home 9200 Liberty Road.Family and friends are mourning the death of Wilburt LeRoy Simms, son of Mary and Reggie Haysbert after a short illness. Family will receive friends on Friday October 14, 2016 at the family owned Forum Caterers at 6 PM. “…when I’ve gone the last mile of the way”-Sam Cooke Family please keep thes...

Richard Wyman, philanthropist and executive at Hochschild Kohn, dies - Baltimore Sun

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Ms. Moser said. "Our family is top heavy with women and Dick was the man growing up."Mr. Wyman enjoyed reading, golf and tennis, and was a member of the Suburban Club in Pikesville and the Lotos Club of New York. He was an avid card player and enjoyed playing gin rummy and bridge with friends.A funeral was held Friday at Druid Ridge Cemetery, with a memorial service at the Park School.In addition to his daughter, Mr. Wyman is survived by his wife of 30 years, Judith Wertheimer Wyman; a son, Frank Wyman of Short Hills, N.J.; and five grandchildren. A marriage to Marjorie Weinstock ended in divorce after 25 years.cwells@baltsun.com...