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Caracciolo Bruno Funeral Director

42 New Hyde Park Road
Franklin Square, NY 11010
(718) 347-3232
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Christensen Arnold T Director

1097 Hempstead Turnpike
Franklin Square, NY 11010
(516) 352-2080
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Franklin Funeral Home

42 New Hyde Park Rd
Franklin Square, NY 11010
(516) 775-9491
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Krauss Funeral Home

1097 Hempstead Turnpike
Franklin Square, NY 11010
(516) 352-2080
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Debra Ann Wilson, HR professional, dies - Baltimore Sun

Monday, August 01, 2016

When her father retired as an Army officer, the family settled in Maryland.Ms. Wilson, a longtime resident of Baltimore's Franklin Square neighborhood, was known to friends and family as "Debi." She graduated from Aberdeen High School and earned a journalism degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.She began her career at WBAL-TV as a producer, where she worked in the 1970s on the program "Baltimore at 10" that competed with Oprah Winfrey's show on WJZ. Ms. Wilson made lifelong friends while working at the station.One friend was Maggie Linton. The two immediately bonded over childhoods spent as "Army brats," a love for jazz and fondness for conversations over crab dinners. They had another thingin common: Both were minority women working to break barriers in media."We were walking the same path," said Ms. Linton of Jessup, who said she last saw her old friend at a party on July 3. "She was a warm and wonderful person, caring and concerned. Everybody loved Debi. When she showed up, you knew the event was complete."After leaving WBAL, Ms. Wilson pursued a career in human resources. She worked for Baltimore Life Insurance Co., the Johns Hopkins University and the Washington-based Brookings Institution.Ms. Wilson regaled her friends with stories of the celebrities she met when they visited Brookings. She was the person her friends and family members went to when they needed advice on how to get hired for a job or navigate a workplace challenge. Ms. Wilson freely gave words of wisdom to strangers directed her way, said Phylli...

James 'Jimmy' Williams, former Orioles coach, dies at 90 - Baltimore Sun

Monday, July 04, 2016

Baltimore Orioles' first-, third-base and outfield coach in the 1980s, died Monday of pneumonia at Seasons Hospice at Franklin Square Medical Center.The resident of Rumsey Island in Harford County was 90."Jimmy was just the type of guy who did everything you wanted a coach to do," said former Oriole manager Joe Altobelli, who led the team from 1983 to 1985. "He was a great coach and did a great job for us. He was just terrific.""Jimmy was always so pleasant, and he really was a good baseball man," said Orioles' pitching legend Jim Palmer, who first met Mr. Williams when he was 18 and playing minor league ball."He brought experience and a sense of calm — like such great Orioles coaches as Billy Hunter and George Bamberger," said Mr. Palmer. "He had a calm demeanor and knew baseball. He was a likable guy, knew what he was doing, and he did his job well."The son of John J. Williams and Mary Teresa Fraser, James Bernard Williams was born and raised in Toronto.He played varsity baseball, hockey, football and lacrosse at De La Salle College School in Toronto. After high school, he played professional hockey in the American Hockey League."In ...

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Debra Ann Wilson, HR professional, dies - Baltimore Sun

Monday, August 01, 2016

When her father retired as an Army officer, the family settled in Maryland.Ms. Wilson, a longtime resident of Baltimore's Franklin Square neighborhood, was known to friends and family as "Debi." She graduated from Aberdeen High School and earned a journalism degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.She began her career at WBAL-TV as a producer, where she worked in the 1970s on the program "Baltimore at 10" that competed with Oprah Winfrey's show on WJZ. Ms. Wilson made lifelong friends while working at the station.One friend was Maggie Linton. The two immediately bonded over childhoods spent as "Army brats," a love for jazz and fondness for conversations over crab dinners. They had another thingin common: Both were minority women working to break barriers in media."We were walking the same path," said Ms. Linton of Jessup, who said she last saw her old friend at a party on July 3. "She was a warm and wonderful person, caring and concerned. Everybody loved Debi. When she showed up, you knew the event was complete."After leaving WBAL, Ms. Wilson pursued a career in human resources. She worked for Baltimore Life Insurance Co., the Johns Hopkins University and the Washington-based Brookings Institution.Ms. Wilson regaled her friends with stories of the celebrities she met when they visited Brookings. She was the person her friends and family members went to when they needed advice on how to get hired for a job or navigate a workplace challenge. Ms. Wilson freely gave words of wisdom to strangers directed her way, said Phylli...

James 'Jimmy' Williams, former Orioles coach, dies at 90 - Baltimore Sun

Monday, July 04, 2016

Baltimore Orioles' first-, third-base and outfield coach in the 1980s, died Monday of pneumonia at Seasons Hospice at Franklin Square Medical Center.The resident of Rumsey Island in Harford County was 90."Jimmy was just the type of guy who did everything you wanted a coach to do," said former Oriole manager Joe Altobelli, who led the team from 1983 to 1985. "He was a great coach and did a great job for us. He was just terrific.""Jimmy was always so pleasant, and he really was a good baseball man," said Orioles' pitching legend Jim Palmer, who first met Mr. Williams when he was 18 and playing minor league ball."He brought experience and a sense of calm — like such great Orioles coaches as Billy Hunter and George Bamberger," said Mr. Palmer. "He had a calm demeanor and knew baseball. He was a likable guy, knew what he was doing, and he did his job well."The son of John J. Williams and Mary Teresa Fraser, James Bernard Williams was born and raised in Toronto.He played varsity baseball, hockey, football and lacrosse at De La Salle College School in Toronto. After high school, he played professional hockey in the American Hockey League."In ...