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by MARLO BARNHART | April 17, 2006
HAGERSTOWN Dr. John H.M. Stull II and Debbie Vance went to rival high schools in Hagerstown but still they managed to forge a professional relationship and, more importantly, maintain it for 30 years. A doctor of dental surgery, Stull has an office at 19426 Leitersburg Pike. Vance is his certified dental assistant. "We were both just 25 years old when we started in the practice together," Stull said. "Patients would come in and ask when the dentist would be coming. " Vance said she was one of the first adults in the dental assisting program at the former Career Studies Center.
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By DAN KULIN /Staff Writer | April 5, 2000
WANTED - Trained border collie wanted to chase geese at City Park. Pay negotiable. The City of Hagerstown is looking for a border collie and handler who are trained to work with waterfowl. The dog and trainer would take on the task of chasing hundreds of Canadian geese around and hopefully away from the City Park. cont. from front page City Public Works Manager Doug Stull said the approximately 300 geese living in the park create an "unsanitary situation. " "There's no turf left and feces all around," he said.
NEWS
June 6, 1997
Hagerstown City Park visitors can quench their thirst again, a city official said Wednesday. Public Works Manager Doug Stull said the water fountain at the concession stand in the southern end of the park was stolen last winter. Stull said a new fountain has been installed. Park visitors also can drink from the fountain at the Hager House on the other end of the park, but only when the house is open for tours. Stull said water fountains used to be located throughout the park, but they were vandalized so often that officials decided not to replace them.
NEWS
September 18, 1997
By JULIE E. GREENE Staff Writer Hagerstown park officials have heard some citizen proposals to discourage ducks and geese from nesting at City Park, including feed containing birth control, a city official said. Local attorney Wiley Rutledge presented the Parks Board with a petition last Thursday signed by 1,093 people who were opposed to proposals to ban feeding or shake eggs, said Department of Public Works officials. Public Works Manager Doug Stull has said there are too many ducks and Canada geese at the park.
NEWS
August 1, 1997
By JULIE E. GREENE Staff Writer There are those who would like to make Hagerstown City Park less hospitable for waterfowl. Hagerstown City Council members in September will consider whether they want to institute a feeding ban or authorize the shaking of eggs in an effort to reduce a growing waterfowl population at City Park, a city official says. There are more than 300 Canada geese in the park, and that's too many, said Public Works Manager Doug Stull. The problem isn't as bad as it was three years ago when there were more than 900 waterfowl in the park, but it is getting worse, he said.
NEWS
By LAURA ERNDE | June 20, 1998
Nancy Saunders wasn't even feeding the ducks at City Park Tuesday when one odd-looking duck chased her and bit her in the back of the leg. City officials are blaming the attack on a Muscovy duck, a black and white bird with a red head that is very different in appearance from the common mallards in the park. All three of the Muscovy ducks in the park were relocated later that day, said Public Works Manager Doug Stull. Stull believes the ducks became aggressive because they were protecting their nests.
NEWS
December 12, 1997
The Hagerstown Parks Board wants golf courses, cemeteries and other organizations to share the cost of a border collie to chase away waterfowl, the board's chairman said Thursday. John Ziegler said the board will recommend to Hagerstown Mayor Robert E. Bruchey II and Hagerstown City Council next month that the city lease or buy a dog with or without help. Hundreds of birds have overrun Hagerstown City Park, attracted by its abundance of water and food. Ziegler said Public Works Manager Doug Stull would research the costs of leasing and buying a border collie, a breed that has successfully been used other places.
NEWS
September 19, 1997
Mayor Robert E. Bruchey II will visit Wesel, Germany, for a week to celebrate the 45th anniversary of its sister-city affiliation with Hagerstown. Bruchey leaves today and is expected back on Thursday, Sept. 25. Bruchey said he wants Wesel officials to know the change in Hagerstown's administration during the last election won't affect the sister city relationship. Also going along on the trip are Bruchey's wife, Susan, and Public Works Manager Doug Stull and his wife.
NEWS
By DAN KULIN /Staff Writer | May 24, 2000
A Washington County woman who grew up in Hagerstown is forming a group to save the Bradford pear trees in Public Square. Beth Beckner-Mills, who lives between Boonsboro and Hagerstown, is forming the Committee to Spare the Pears. The Mayor and City Council are expected to decide on Tuesday whether to have the trees, which are known for their white blossoms in the spring, removed from the square. "If anybody is as angry as I am I want to meet with them to see what we can do," said Beckner-Mills, who is accepting correspondence for the newly formed group at P.O Box 465, Williamsport, MD 21795.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | August 13, 1998
Plans to apply for a $30,000 matching grant to conduct a needs study for Hagerstown's parks system were once again put on hold on Tuesday. Planning Director Ric Kautz returned to the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday with an alternative to use the grant to hire a consultant for a U.S. 40 corridor study for the area between Cannon Avenue and Interstate 70. The east entrance to the city needs to be made more attractive, Kautz said. A corridor plan could create design guidelines for landscaping and signs, including billboards, Kautz said.
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June 11, 2013
William Woodrow Stull, 73, of Boonsboro, Md., passed from this life on Saturday, June 8, 2013, at Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown. Born April 10, 1940, in Washington County, Md., he was the son of the late William and Daisy (Earley) Stull. He was also preceded in death by his aunt and uncle who raised him, Henry and Ethel Earley. William was employed for 40 years at the Three Minute Car Wash on Jonathan Street in Hagerstown. He retired in 2002, and soon after, the car wash closed.
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By JANET HEIM | janeth@herald-mail.com | July 12, 2012
As a teenager, John Stull pictured a career in the construction trade because of his passion for building things. But he became so fascinated with the human body during a seventh-grade science class at North Potomac Junior High School that, at age 13, he had a change of heart and announced to his parents that he wanted to be a dentist. “My parents latched on to that and pushed. I had a lot of family support to do what I did,” Stull said. That desire never wavered, and the 1969 North Hagerstown High School graduate earned his bachelor's degree from University of Maryland College Park in an accelerated three-year program.
OBITUARIES
April 9, 2011
SEPT. 10, 1917-APRIL 8, 2011 Mrs. Eileen F. Stull, 93, of Walkersville, Md., went to be with the Lord Friday, April 8, 2011, at her home. She was the wife Paul S. Stull Sr., her husband of 66 years who preceded her in death Sept. 13, 2003. Born Sept. 10, 1917, in Burkittsville, Md., she was the third daughter of Aaron and Estie Guyton Rice. In 1937, Eileen and Paul moved to the new farm house and they began farming and had a chick hatchery business in the 1940s.
NEWS
September 16, 2010
OCT. 18, 1957-SEPT. 15, 2010 BOONSBORO - Ronald Lee Stull, 52, of Boonsboro, Md., passed away at his home Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010. Born Oct. 18, 1957, he was the son of the late Charles Franklin and Doris Madelyn (Mills) Stull. Mr. Stull was a veteran, having served in the U.S. Army. He worked as a handyman, doing maintenance and various other jobs. Ronnie was a member of Salem United Methodist Church in Keedysville and was known for his love of fishing and mushroom hunting.
NEWS
November 19, 2008
Malikki J. Stull, infant AUG. 25, 2008-NOV. 18, 2008 CASCADE - Malikki Jordan Stull, 12 weeks old, of Cascade, died Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008, at Children's Hospital in Washington, D.C. Born Aug. 25, 2008, in Washington, D.C., he was the son of Alex Febus and Jennifer Stull. In addition to his parents, he is survived by grandparents, Sandra Kidwell, Debra Oden, Rosa Ordoez, and David and Misty Stull; great-grandmother, Kathleen Durbin; one brother, Mikha Stull; three aunts; one uncle; great-aunts; great-uncles; and cousins.
NEWS
by MARLO BARNHART | April 17, 2006
HAGERSTOWN Dr. John H.M. Stull II and Debbie Vance went to rival high schools in Hagerstown but still they managed to forge a professional relationship and, more importantly, maintain it for 30 years. A doctor of dental surgery, Stull has an office at 19426 Leitersburg Pike. Vance is his certified dental assistant. "We were both just 25 years old when we started in the practice together," Stull said. "Patients would come in and ask when the dentist would be coming. " Vance said she was one of the first adults in the dental assisting program at the former Career Studies Center.
NEWS
by MARLO BARNHART | April 14, 2006
Dr. John H.M. Stull II and Debbie Vance went to rival high schools in Hagerstown but still they managed to forge a professional relationship and, more importantly, maintain it for 30 years. A doctor of dental surgery, Stull has an office at 19426 Leitersburg Pike. Vance is his certified dental assistant. "We were both just 25 years old when we started in the practice together," Stull said. "Patients would come in and ask when the dentist would be coming. " Vance said she was one of the first adults in the dental assisting program at the old Career Studies Center.
NEWS
January 30, 2006
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Anne Arundel 92, HCC 78 HAGERSTOWN (14-8, 5-6) Deneen 0 0-0 0, Stull 0 1-2 1, Plotner 4 0-2 8, Elliot 3 2-2 8, Cain 6 1-3 19, Williams 0 2-4 2, Davidson 5 0-0 15, Minnick 0 0-0 0, Bartlett 6 0-0 12, Davis 4 1-3 13. Totals 28 7-16 78. ANNE ARUNDEL Brazell 0 0-1 0, Tucker 10 4-4 24, Garrison 7 6-9 21, Butler 10 5-6 27, Ovoss 1 3-4 5, Maggio 7 1-1 15. Totals 35 19-24 92. Halftime - AA, 50-33....
NEWS
by SCOTT BUTKI | August 27, 2003
scottb@herald-mail.com John Long's plan for the City of Hagerstown to have a rail museum is chugging along. Since being hired as Hagerstown's train attendant in 1982, Long, 86, has returned each year's salary to the city to help fund a railroad museum. Long said he has been fascinated by trains since he was a child, when his father worked for the Western Maryland Railroad. If all goes as planned, his work and donations will result in a railroad museum at City Park.
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