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  • Roy Brown dies at 96; designer of Ford's Edsel

    When Ford launched plans in the early 1950s for a medium-priced car so distinctive it would grab attention from blocks away, the challenge fell to Roy Brown to design it. The concept he came up with blared individuality. It shunned the tail fins that...
  • Grandson of Johnny Oates spends some quality time with Orioles

    Grandson of Johnny Oates spends some quality time with Orioles
    SARASOTA, Fla. — Just before Wednesday's workout began at the Ed Smith Stadium Complex, Orioles manager Buck Showalter called for 10-year-old Johnny Oates II and his younger brother Jackson to hop the fence and join the team on the field. The...
  • PASSINGS: Bobbie Smith, Frank Thornton

    Bobbie Smith Original member of Spinners R&B group Bobbie Smith, 76, a singer with the Spinners soul music group since the 1950s, died Saturday in Orlando, Fla., of complications from pneumonia and influenza. He had been diagnosed with lung cancer...
  • PASSINGS: Peter Meyerson, Fran Warren, Max Jakobson

    Peter Meyerson TV writer, producer worked on 'The Monkees' and 'Welcome Back, Kotter' Peter Meyerson, 81, a TV writer and producer who co-wrote the debut episodes of sitcom classics "The Monkees" and "Welcome Back, Kotter," died March 11 at Hoag...
  • PASSINGS: Bebo Valdes, Harlon Hill

    Bebo Valdes Pianist and bandleader who fled Cuba Bebo Valdes, 94, a renowned Cuban pianist who recorded with Nat King Cole, was bandleader of Havana's Tropicana nightclub during its glittering heyday and was considered the last luminary from the...
  • Joan D'Angelo, homemaker

    Joan D'Angelo, homemaker
    Joan D'Angelo, a homemaker and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra volunteer, died of complications from pneumonia March 15 at Bay Woods in Annapolis. She was 90. Born Joan Shumaker in Allentown, Pa., she attended school in Lancaster and was a 1941 graduate...
  • Phil Ramone dies at 79; pop producer was star behind the stars

    Phil Ramone dies at 79; pop producer was star behind the stars
    Phil Ramone, the veteran record producer whose work with such top-tier talent as Barbra Streisand, Bob Dylan and Paul Simon made him one of the most revered figures in the music business, died Saturday. He was 79. He died of complications from pneumonia...
  • PASSINGS: Miller Barber, Jiroemon Kimura

    Miller Barber Champion golfer with unusual swing Miller Barber, 82, a golfer with a unique swing who made the most combined starts on the PGA and Champions tours, died Tuesday. The PGA Tour announced his death but did not provide details. He...
  • John S. "Bud" Linz, engineer

    John S. "Bud" Linz, a retired engineer and World War II veteran, died Wednesday of pneumonia at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 90. The son of a grocer and a homemaker, John Sebastian Linz was born in Baltimore and raised in Highlandtown. After...
  • Gene Mako, former tennis great, dies at 97

    Gene Mako, former tennis great, dies at 97
    Gene Mako, who won doubles championships at the United States Open and Wimbledon, died Friday of pneumonia. He was 97. Mako, who graduated from Glendale High in 1932, died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, according to the Los Angeles...
  • William Jabine II, reporter and editor

    William Jabine II, reporter and editor
    William Jabine II, a former Evening Sun reporter and assistant city editor who later became spokesman for the old State Roads Commission and the Department of Natural Resources, died Wednesday of pneumonia at Catonsville Commons Nursing and Rehabilitation...