- Portland Press Herald2 days ago
- Portland Press Herald6 days ago
Alice J.W. "Ajax" Eastman, an outspoken advocate in support of Maryland environmental issues, died Friday from complications of pneumonia at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center.
We have sad news, one of our co-founders Ajax Eastman has passed away on Friday morning of March 2nd. In 2014 we awarded her the John V. Kabler Award for her dedication in protecting Maryland's environment.
Ajax Eastman married, raised four sons, and worked tirelessly—without pay—for environmental issues, especially the establishment of wildands in Maryland.
MERRY CHRISTMAS, Ajax Eastman; also to Emily, your granddaughter, almost a year old.My desk, as I prepare a tribute to your life in service to the Maryland environment, is awash with clippings and
The phone number sticks in my memory, the number I called the most in some 35 years of environmental reporting for the Baltimore Sun. It wasn’t the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or the state departments of Environment or Natural Resources. It was the home of Ajax Eastman, who died this week ...
by Jane Seegar Alice J W Eastman (on right in photo) loved the outdoors from early childhood. She earned her lifelong nickname “Ajax the Mighty” as the smallest but most engaged little girl at summer camp in Maine.
Broadmead Welcomes New Residents Tom & Ajax Eastman. Welcome New Residents Tom & Ajax Eastman. By Broadmead resident Mary Ellen Saterlie. Tom Eastman, a lawyer, a conservationist and a collector of Asian art, was born in Baltimore, where his father was head of Obstetrics at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
On March 2, 2018 Alice "AJAX" June Waterman Eastman beloved wife of Thomas Barker Eastman; dear mother of T. "Todd" B., Timothy W. (Donna Gugel), Nicholas J. (Evie) and A. "Dusty" D. (Anne)
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