Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV was killed March 18 during a training accident in Nevada.
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Severna Park Patch reported on the final steps of the Holy Grounds remodel.
Here's a recap of some of the top news from Severna Park Patch this week. To read more on any story, click on the link. 1. Breakfast Shoppe Honors Taylor Wild with Fundraiser Before Lance Cpl. Taylor Wild left for training in California, he stopped by The Breakfast Shoppe for chicken and waffles. Now the restaurant is honoring Taylor's memory by raising funds for Friends on the Fallen. 2. Jimmy John’s Set to Open April 16 in Severna Park Jimmy John’s, the sandwich chain that specializes in being “freaky fast,” will open in Severna Park on April 16. 3. Spark Running Helps Local Woman Get Active Before taking a training class at Spark Running, Michelle Ormond had never been one for running. After completing the class, Ormond ran in her first…
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
From now until Memorial Day, the Severna Park restaurant will raise money for Friends of the Fallen.
The day before Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV left for training in California he stopped by The Breakfast Shoppe for some Chicken and Waffles with his brother and sister in tow. Owner Kyle Algaze said the dish wasn’t on the menu that day, but he made them especially for Taylor. Algaze said Taylor’s brother Griffin teased that Taylor always got what he wanted. That’s just one memory Algaze and The Breakfast Shoppe family is left with now that Taylor Wild is gone. Wild, 21, a Severna Park High School graduate, was among seven Marines killed during a training exercise March 18 in Nevada. “It was just a nice story that he was here and his brother joked about it,” Algaze said. “It’s a neat thing we will always remember him by.” The Wild …
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Throughout the last month Patch has covered the death of a local Marine, and new businesses coming to the Severna Park area.
March was a busy news month for Severna Park Patch. If you may have missed some local headlines the past few weeks, Patch has you covered. Here’s a recap of the biggest stories from March. During the last week of March, Severna Park Patch was unfortunately dominated by tragic news—the death of Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV. In case you missed any of those top stories here they are again: Here’s a look at the rest of the top March news stories, in no particular order. Police: 22 Teens Charged with Drinking at Party More than 20 teens were charged with underage drinking violations at a Severna Park home on March 23. Police said it was the third call to the home in four months. Severna Park Native Among Those in Seton Hill Bus Crash A bus…
Sunday, March 31, 2013
This week Patch continued to cover fallen Marine Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV.
Here's a recap of some of the top news from Severna Park Patch this week. To read more on any story click on the link. 1. Candlelight Vigil Honors Fallen Marine The park in the Whitehurst community was filled with light on a chilly Saturday night as friends, family and neighbors gathered to honor Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV. 2. Grateful Community Honors Lace Cpl. Taylor Wild A sign of community strength, unity and support can been seen down Arundel Beach Road in Severna Park. On Thursday, the road was lined for miles with flags, signs and love for fallen Marine Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV. 3. Police: 22 Teens Charged with Drinking at Party More than 20 teens were charged with underage drinking violations at a Severna Park home …
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Flags lined Arundel Beach Road for miles on Thursday morning.
A sign of community strength, unity and support can been seen down Arundel Beach Road in Severna Park. On Thursday, the road was lined for miles with flags, signs and love for fallen Marine Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV. “It’s just a way to let the Wild family know that Taylor has touched a lot of lives, and we are supporting the family,” said friend and community member Sue Gray Behringer. “It is just visible sign to let them know we support them.” With help from State Delegate Cathy Vitale and the GOP sign shop in Glen Burnie, community members have filled the streets on Arundel Beach Road with unfailing signs of support for a fallen hero that has touched so many of them. “We want to let them know how much we appreciate Taylor’s …
Monday, March 25, 2013
Many gathered Saturday night to share memories of Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV. "He will always be that little boy ....," a neighbor said.
The park in the Whitehurst community was filled with light on a chilly Saturday night as friends, family and neighbors gathered to honor Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV. The candlelight vigil punctuated by fireworks Wild favored was orchestrated by two of Taylor’s former wrestling teammates, Pete Frost and Bobby Ross, but they weren’t expecting the huge crowd. One by one, neighbors and friends walked up to the center of the vigil where flags and a “T” illuminated by candles stood—each one sharing a memory. Wild, 21, a Severna Park High School graduate, was among seven Marines killed during a training exercise March 18 in Nevada. He died in a training event at Hawthorne Army Depot when a mortar round exploded inside an artillery tube, …
Friday, March 22, 2013
Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV was killed Monday during a training accident in Nevada.
An American flag is a common sight in the Whitehurst community this week. There’s one on the Whitehurst community sign. There are several along the fence in front of the playground. And there are plenty on the lawns of the homes in the community—each one marking the community’s remembrance of a fallen hero. Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV, a Severna Park High graduate, was killed Monday during a training exercise in Nevada. Since word of his passing, members of the Severna Park community have come together to grieve and offer their support for the Wild family. Taylor Wild’s Facebook page has become a memorial page, as friends and acquaintances leave messages of love and memories. As the community expresses signs of love with flags, food …
Thursday, March 21, 2013
After her son was killed in a training accident in Nevada, Betz Wild remembers a boy who was unafraid to show love.
He was the boy who liked to fish, play baseball and dance with his sister. He was affectionate, kind and a family man—that’s how Betz Wild remembers her son. Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV was killed Monday during a training accident in Nevada. While he was a Marine who sacrificed his life to serve his country, he was a boy unafraid to show love to Betz. “He’s definitely one of those kids that had no problem showing love,” Betz said. “He doesn’t care where he is, he will give you a hug anywhere and say ‘love you mama’ or ‘love you poppy.’ If Taylor loves you, you know it.” Now Betz reflects on a memory of Taylor playing with his sister. Whenever Taylor was home, Betz said his 9-year-old sister Libby would jump up and down and constantly…
Patch has obtained the obituary for a 2010 Severna Park High School graduate who died recently in Nevada while training.
The following obituary is courtesy of Barranco & Sons P.A. Severna Park Funeral Home. LCPL William Taylor Wild IV, USMC, 21,a resident of Severna Park died March 18 while training at Hawthorne Army Depot, NV. Taylor was born December 17, 1991 in Baltimore, MD. He grew up in the Whitehurst Community in Severna Park. Taylor was active in the Green Hornets sports program playing football, baseball, basketball and wrestling. He graduated from Severna Park High School in June 2010. He was a proud member of the wrestling and baseball team, including the 2009 State Championship team. He earned a Minds in Motion award through his studies. He joined the Marine Corps in October 2010. After graduating from boot camp, he attended the School of …