Bel Air Obituaries
Local obituary notices in Bel Air, MD
Friday Nov 28 | via The Baltimore Sun
Marita W. Watts, a longtime Harford County public schools educator whose roles ranged from teacher and principal to being named supervisor of elementary education, died Nov. 19 at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air of heart failure. She was 88. "She was certainly a dedicated educator," said Ruth H. Burkins, who had been supervisor of secondary education for Harford County public schools. Comment?
Monday Nov 24 | via WBAL-AM Baltimore
The Baltimore Sun reports he was also a major philanthropist in his native Harford County. Klein died Saturday at the Hooper House Hospice in Forest Hill. Comment?
Monday Nov 24 | via Big News Network.com
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Sunday Nov 23 | via The Baltimore Sun
Ralph Lincoln Klein, founder of the nine-store Klein's ShopRite of Maryland supermarket chain and a major philanthropist in his native Harford County, died Saturday, Nov. 22, at the Hooper House Hospice in Forest Hill. He was 88. Mr. Klein had stopped actively working at his family's Harford County supermarkets a few years ago, but he and his wife, Shirley S. Klein, remained active in local philanthropy, particularly in their support of University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air, where the Klein Ambulatory Care Center on the campus is named in their honor. Comment?
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