Cockeysville Obituaries

Cockeysville Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Cockeysville, MD

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  • Sunday Apr 24 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    Charles Counselman, executive at Riggs, Counselman, ...

    Charles Claude "Charlie" Counselman Jr., who led Riggs, Counselman, Michaels and Downes to become one of the largest independent risk management and insurance agent and broker firms in the mid-Atlantic region, died of complications from Parkinson's disease on April 21. Mr. Counselman died at Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson, where he had lived since 2008 with his wife, Catherine. He was 99. Albert "Skip" Counselman, a son, said his father had wanted the insurance company to have a nationwide reach since the 1950s, when few companies operated nationally and the primary mode of transit between major cities was trains.

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  • Wednesday Apr 20 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    Howard F. Knipp Jr., architectural firm president, dies

    Howard Franklin Knipp Jr., a former Gibson Island resident, was the retired president of the John C. Knipp architectural millwork firm. Howard Franklin Knipp Jr., a former Gibson Island resident, was the retired president of the John C. Knipp architectural millwork firm.

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  • Mar 26, 2016 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    Eleanor W. Nagle, corporate officer for family busin...

    Eleanor W. Nagle, the former secretary-treasurer of her husband's Cockeysville business and champion duckpin bowler, died of pneumonia Tuesday at Keswick Multi-Care Center. She was 87. The daughter of Joseph Watkins and Ethel Hughes Watkins, both technicians for Lever Bros., Eleanor Watkins was born in South Wales, Great Britain.

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  • Mar 21, 2016 | via Patch.com 

    Retired Baltimore County Police Chief Ellison Ensor, 98

    Ellison W. Ensor passed away on Friday, March 18. He spent more than 30 years serving the Baltimore County Police Department. His career at the department spanned more than three decades, as he originally joined Baltimore County's police force in 1941.

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