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8717 Green Pastures Drive
Towson, MD 21286
(410) 321-1005
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Johnson Evelyn H Funeral Director

8521 Loch Raven Boulevard
Towson, MD 21286
(410) 668-2300
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Johnson-Fosbrink Funeral Home

8521 Loch Raven Blvd
Towson, MD 21286
(410) 668-2300
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Prospect Hill

York Road
Towson, MD 21204
(410) 252-8462
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Ruck Funeral Home Inc

1050 York Road
Towson, MD 21204
(410) 823-1700
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1050 York Road
Towson, MD 21204
(410) 823-1700
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Stevens Francis C Funeral Director

1050 York Road
Towson, MD 21204
(410) 823-1700
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8521 Loch Raven Boulevard
Towson, MD 21286
(410) 668-2300
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Viewing set for Perry Hall soldier killed in Afghanistan - Baltimore Sun

Monday, June 19, 2017

Perry Hall High School and is survived by his wife, Samantha Houck, and two young children.Earlier this week, Baltimore County officials said Houck's name will be added to a new memorial in Towson that honors county service members who lost their lives in the Middle East since Operation Desert Storm.Baltimore Sun Media Group reporter Margarita Cambest contributed to this article.pwood@baltsun.comtwitter.com/pwoodreporter...

This York County murder might never be solved - LancasterOnline

Monday, November 14, 2016

Elder murder and he denied any knowledge or involvement. He told troopers that after he left the Harrisburg facility, a man he knew picked him up while he was hitchhiking south and gave him a ride to Towson.More murdersDuring a riot at the Maryland jail where Carl was being held in May 1973, a group of inmates repeatedly raped him, according to the Associated Press.After the riot was put down, he, his half-brother, Wayne Coleman, and George Dungee, all held at the same jail, escaped.The trio made their way to Baltimore where they picked up Billy and hit the road.On May 10, 1973, near McConnellsburg, Pa., the group kidnapped 19-year-old Richard Miller when he chased them after spotting them steal a neighbor's pickup. They stole Miller's car and he later was found dead in Maryland.The quartet continued its way south. Four days later, in Donalsonville, Ga., the three prison escapees and Billy stopped at an empty house trailer in search of gas.As they began burglarizing the trailer, members of the farm family who lived there came home, singly and in pairs. As they arrived, Carl Isaacs, Coleman and Dungee forced them into bedrooms at opposite ends of the trailer and shot them execution style.The wife of one of the five men who were killed came looking for her relatives. She was raped by Isaac and the others. Billy, who later testified against his brother, denied taking part in the murders or the rape.The woman was forced from the trailer and, in a wooded area some miles away, was raped again and killed.After the six bodies were found, police located Carl, Billy and the other two men driving through West Virginia. Tired and hungry, they were taken into custody without incident.Following trials and retrials, Carl Isaacs was sentenced to death -- the electric chair at the time of his conviction. He ultimately was executed by lethal injection.Coleman and Dungee escaped the death penalty and were sentenced to life in prison. Dungee died in 2006.Billy Isaacs pleaded to lesser charges, served 20 years in prison, received parole and was returned to Maryland in 1993. Billy was sentenced to 60 years in prison for Miller's murder.Although records are not clear, it appears Billy was given credit against the 60-year sentence for the time he served in Georgia.According to a Fulton County (McConnellsburg) News story, Billy was paroled by the state of Maryland in 1994.He died in Florida in 2009 at age 51. Coleman, who police said was the one who shot Miller in the head execution style, was identified in Billy's obituary as a surviving brother, but Carl was not mentioned as a relative.Carl's alibiWhen Carl was executed, he was the longest-serving death row inmate in the United States.While he was on death row in 2001, Pennsylvania State Police questioned him a final time about Elder's murder."Carl did put himself at the scene," Denisch said.Carl told troopers that the driver who g...

Marshall, Doris Ann - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, November 14, 2016

Marshall, Doris Ann Age 87 passed away peacefully at Blakehurst Chestnut Green Towson, MD on November 7th, 2016. She was born in Washington, DC on November 27, 1928 and grew up in Wilmington, DE. Ms. Marshall was a 1946 graduate of Tower Hill School in Wilmington, DE and a 1950 graduate of Wellesley College. She is survived by her children John R. Steenburg of Sagamore Hills, OH and Andrea J. Simmers of Halifax, PA (Steve). Also surviving are her niece, Judy Marshall Ferraro (Jeff), three granddaughters and four great grandchildren. She was a devoted mother and homemaker and also a gifted seamstress. Ms. Marshall was also a lifelong devotee of the fine arts, particularly live opera. She volunteered tirelessly at Opera Omaha and Opera Delaware. Later in her life, Ms. Marshall also worked at The Enchanted Owl and Resettlers, Inc., both in the Wilmington, DE area. Her broad interests and cheerful disposition won Ms. Marshall many dear friends wherever she lived throughout her lifetime. She was a bright light to many. Her family is thankful for the wonderful care she...

Annual Turkey Trot in Bel Air benefits the Y in Central Maryland - Cecil Whig

Monday, November 14, 2016

Maryland for over 20 years,” said Suzanne Green, vice president of district operations for the Y in Central Maryland. “Bel Air’s been running for around two decades.”The first Turkey Trot was held in Towson. Bel Air’s came the following year. There are seven races in total through central Maryland.“It is a very family friendly event,” Green said. “We have some serious runners that come out, but we want to make sure that this is for everyone.”“It’s so much fun to see the kids come out. It’s fun to see all the families come out and do something together for a change.”Excitement and adrenaline are high at the Turkey Trot.“It’s a very high energy early in the morning, you get an adrenaline rush watching people get dressed up and having fun," Green said. "It’s a really, really high energy.”Though dogs and strollers are permitted, Green said “we just ask that they line up at the back so that runners can go first.”“We get there early in the morning, and it really is a day of Thanksgiving,” Green said. “We have groups that come in and we have people that come in from California.” Some families bring as many as 13 people in their group.One of Green’s favorite parts is the costumes that people come dressed up in.“You have people that come out and dress up in Santa costumes and dress up as turkeys,” Green said. “We have one guy that dresses as a cranberry can. It’s just so much fun to see a family come in with turkey legs on their heads.”Attendance counts and fundraising totals have increased each year. Last year’s totals dwarf totals from years ago.“When I first started working with the Y we had 250 participants,” Green said. “I think that year we might have had $5,000.”Last year, over 3,000 people came out, raising over $70,000.“When you see almost 3,000 people in downtown Bel Air doing something healthy together and for themselves… it’s an amazing sight to behold,” she said.The 5K promotes the Y’s commitment to physical health, as well as s...

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Viewing set for Perry Hall soldier killed in Afghanistan - Baltimore Sun

Monday, June 19, 2017

Perry Hall High School and is survived by his wife, Samantha Houck, and two young children.Earlier this week, Baltimore County officials said Houck's name will be added to a new memorial in Towson that honors county service members who lost their lives in the Middle East since Operation Desert Storm.Baltimore Sun Media Group reporter Margarita Cambest contributed to this article.pwood@baltsun.comtwitter.com/pwoodreporter...

This York County murder might never be solved - LancasterOnline

Monday, November 14, 2016

Elder murder and he denied any knowledge or involvement. He told troopers that after he left the Harrisburg facility, a man he knew picked him up while he was hitchhiking south and gave him a ride to Towson.More murdersDuring a riot at the Maryland jail where Carl was being held in May 1973, a group of inmates repeatedly raped him, according to the Associated Press.After the riot was put down, he, his half-brother, Wayne Coleman, and George Dungee, all held at the same jail, escaped.The trio made their way to Baltimore where they picked up Billy and hit the road.On May 10, 1973, near McConnellsburg, Pa., the group kidnapped 19-year-old Richard Miller when he chased them after spotting them steal a neighbor's pickup. They stole Miller's car and he later was found dead in Maryland.The quartet continued its way south. Four days later, in Donalsonville, Ga., the three prison escapees and Billy stopped at an empty house trailer in search of gas.As they began burglarizing the trailer, members of the farm family who lived there came home, singly and in pairs. As they arrived, Carl Isaacs, Coleman and Dungee forced them into bedrooms at opposite ends of the trailer and shot them execution style.The wife of one of the five men who were killed came looking for her relatives. She was raped by Isaac and the others. Billy, who later testified against his brother, denied taking part in the murders or the rape.The woman was forced from the trailer and, in a wooded area some miles away, was raped again and killed.After the six bodies were found, police located Carl, Billy and the other two men driving through West Virginia. Tired and hungry, they were taken into custody without incident.Following trials and retrials, Carl Isaacs was sentenced to death -- the electric chair at the time of his conviction. He ultimately was executed by lethal injection.Coleman and Dungee escaped the death penalty and were sentenced to life in prison. Dungee died in 2006.Billy Isaacs pleaded to lesser charges, served 20 years in prison, received parole and was returned to Maryland in 1993. Billy was sentenced to 60 years in prison for Miller's murder.Although records are not clear, it appears Billy was given credit against the 60-year sentence for the time he served in Georgia.According to a Fulton County (McConnellsburg) News story, Billy was paroled by the state of Maryland in 1994.He died in Florida in 2009 at age 51. Coleman, who police said was the one who shot Miller in the head execution style, was identified in Billy's obituary as a surviving brother, but Carl was not mentioned as a relative.Carl's alibiWhen Carl was executed, he was the longest-serving death row inmate in the United States.While he was on death row in 2001, Pennsylvania State Police questioned him a final time about Elder's murder."Carl did put himself at the scene," Denisch said.Carl told troopers that the driver who g...

Marshall, Doris Ann - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, November 14, 2016

Marshall, Doris Ann Age 87 passed away peacefully at Blakehurst Chestnut Green Towson, MD on November 7th, 2016. She was born in Washington, DC on November 27, 1928 and grew up in Wilmington, DE. Ms. Marshall was a 1946 graduate of Tower Hill School in Wilmington, DE and a 1950 graduate of Wellesley College. She is survived by her children John R. Steenburg of Sagamore Hills, OH and Andrea J. Simmers of Halifax, PA (Steve). Also surviving are her niece, Judy Marshall Ferraro (Jeff), three granddaughters and four great grandchildren. She was a devoted mother and homemaker and also a gifted seamstress. Ms. Marshall was also a lifelong devotee of the fine arts, particularly live opera. She volunteered tirelessly at Opera Omaha and Opera Delaware. Later in her life, Ms. Marshall also worked at The Enchanted Owl and Resettlers, Inc., both in the Wilmington, DE area. Her broad interests and cheerful disposition won Ms. Marshall many dear friends wherever she lived throughout her lifetime. She was a bright light to many. Her family is thankful for the wonderful care she...

Annual Turkey Trot in Bel Air benefits the Y in Central Maryland - Cecil Whig

Monday, November 14, 2016

Maryland for over 20 years,” said Suzanne Green, vice president of district operations for the Y in Central Maryland. “Bel Air’s been running for around two decades.”The first Turkey Trot was held in Towson. Bel Air’s came the following year. There are seven races in total through central Maryland.“It is a very family friendly event,” Green said. “We have some serious runners that come out, but we want to make sure that this is for everyone.”“It’s so much fun to see the kids come out. It’s fun to see all the families come out and do something together for a change.”Excitement and adrenaline are high at the Turkey Trot.“It’s a very high energy early in the morning, you get an adrenaline rush watching people get dressed up and having fun," Green said. "It’s a really, really high energy.”Though dogs and strollers are permitted, Green said “we just ask that they line up at the back so that runners can go first.”“We get there early in the morning, and it really is a day of Thanksgiving,” Green said. “We have groups that come in and we have people that come in from California.” Some families bring as many as 13 people in their group.One of Green’s favorite parts is the costumes that people come dressed up in.“You have people that come out and dress up in Santa costumes and dress up as turkeys,” Green said. “We have one guy that dresses as a cranberry can. It’s just so much fun to see a family come in with turkey legs on their heads.”Attendance counts and fundraising totals have increased each year. Last year’s totals dwarf totals from years ago.“When I first started working with the Y we had 250 participants,” Green said. “I think that year we might have had $5,000.”Last year, over 3,000 people came out, raising over $70,000.“When you see almost 3,000 people in downtown Bel Air doing something healthy together and for themselves… it’s an amazing sight to behold,” she said.The 5K promotes the Y’s commitment to physical health, as well as s...