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  • Former Maryland Lottery director Buddy Roogow dies

    Former Maryland Lottery director Buddy Roogow dies
    Buddy Roogow, the longtime Maryland Lottery director who left to run the D.C. Lottery in 2009, was pronounced dead at Johns Hopkins Hospital on Saturday after suffering an aneurysm, the Washington agency announced. He was 65. Mr. Roogow's sudden illness...
  • Robert V. Hine dies at 93; historian wrote of losing, regaining sight

    Robert V. Hine dies at 93; historian wrote of losing, regaining sight
    Robert V. Hine, a memoirist, novelist and prolific historian of the American West who wrote a highly praised chronicle of regaining his sight after 15 years of blindness, has died of natural causes at his Irvine home. He was 93. Hine was a founding...
  • Dr. Czarina A. 'Rina' Santos-Borja, director of geriatric services at Sheppard Pratt

    Dr. Czarina A. 'Rina' Santos-Borja, director of geriatric services at Sheppard Pratt
    Dr. Czarina A. "Rina" Santos-Borja, director of geriatric services at Sheppard Pratt Health System, who was known for her wide smile and ability to put patients and their families at ease, died April 12 at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center of a...
  • Fannie Angelos, attorney

    Fannie Angelos, attorney
    Fannie Angelos, who became an attorney at a time when female lawyers were rare and who was committed to expanding the ranks of women and minorities in the field, died April 9 at Johns Hopkins Hospital of complications from myelodysplastic syndrome. She...
  • Sheldon Sternberg, WWII navigator, ran Best's Kosher Sausage Co.

    Sheldon Sternberg, WWII navigator, ran Best's Kosher Sausage Co.
    Soon after Sheldon Sternberg returned to Chicago from Europe after serving in World War II, he went to work for the company that had been in his wife's family for decades, Best's Kosher Sausage Co. in Chicago. The company — founded by the...
  • Granger Cook, patent law attorney, dies

    Granger Cook, patent law attorney, dies
    Granger Cook Jr. practiced patent law in Chicago for a half-century and also supported several civic organizations in Lake Forest. "Granger was generous with his time and attention, and he was instrumental in mentoring the current population of senior...
  • Franklin G. Connor Sr., steel executive

    Franklin G. Connor Sr., steel executive
    Franklin G. Connor Sr., a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. executive who was active in the Boy Scouts, died April 13 of complications from Parkinson's disease at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 80. The son of Fulton I. Connor, who was executive director of the...
  • Jonathan Crombie, star of 'Anne of Green Gables,' dies at 48

    Jonathan Crombie, star of 'Anne of Green Gables,' dies at 48
    Jonathan Crombie, the Canadian actor best known for his role as Gilbert Blythe in the "Anne of Green Gables" television miniseries, has died.  His sister, Carrie Crombie, told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation on Saturday that he died Wednesday in...
  • Margaret Sabo of Upper Hanover was going strong at 92 when crash ended her life

    Margaret A. Sabo, the 92-year-old Pennsburg area woman who died Tuesday after a collision near Emmaus, was active as always to her last day, according to a close friend. "She had two hip replacements a few years ago and walked without a cane," said...
  • Paul Almond dies at 83; director of groundbreaking 'Seven Up!' documentary

     Paul Almond dies at 83; director of groundbreaking 'Seven Up!' documentary
    Canadian filmmaker Paul Almond was working in London in the early 1960s when he and producer Tim Hewitt came up with an idea for a documentary that would examine class and society through the eyes of children. "Over a couple of pints in a pub," Almond...
  • Sen. Robert Griffin dies at 91; Republican urged Nixon to resign

    Sen. Robert Griffin dies at 91; Republican urged Nixon to resign
    Former U.S. Sen. Robert Griffin, a Michigan Republican whose withdrawal of support hastened President Richard Nixon's resignation during the Watergate scandal, has died at 91. Griffin was defeated in 1978 but landed a new career in 1987 as a Michigan...