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43 articles matching (daniel groff) AND date(1999) were found.

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Article 1 of 43, 1999341121
Published on December 7, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

TOWNSHIP, GROFF HAVEN'T COME CLEAN


There isn't a line drawn in the dirt, but threats and innuendo over the status of the Daniel M. Groff estate are
running rampant.
On March 29, Groff ended a long-running dispute with Elizabeth Township officials by killing himself while sitting
in the cab of his front-end loader. His suicide ended a three-hour armed standoff with police at his property at
1651 Furnace Hills Pike that began when the township tried to clean up the land without his consent.
The property today
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Article 2 of 43, 1999341095


Published on December 7, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

TOWNSHIP, GROFF HAVEN'T COME CLEAN


There isn't a line drawn in the dirt, but threats and innuendo over the status of the Daniel M. Groff estate are
running rampant.
On March 29, Groff ended a long-running dispute with Elizabeth Township officials by killing himself while sitting
in the cab of his front-end loader. His suicide ended a three-hour armed standoff with police at his property at
1651 Furnace Hills Pike that began when the township tried to clean up the land without his consent.
The property today
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Article 3 of 43, 1999339138


Published on December 5, 1999, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)

1990S LEAVE US WITH SOME BIG QUESTIONS


You cannot watch the present through the eyes of history.
Yet writers will try; they always have. Yearbooks and scrapbooks are full of sere newsprint in which people of
the past proclaim their place in history and trumpet their vision of the future. Most are good for a laugh. We can
address the past through creative imagination -- bring people from 1920 or 1960 forward into the present and
anticipate their amusement on hearing, for instance, that in 1999 in a gas station you can buy novels
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Article 4 of 43, 1999293052


Published on October 20, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

SUSQUEHANNA REGIONAL
A 12-year-old male, two 14-year-old males and a 15-year-old male, all Marietta residents, were charged with
criminal mischief after allegedly deflating tires and breaking a window on a vehicle at Railroad Avenue and Old
River Road, Marietta, at 4:39 p.m. Sept. 6.
Ross Erb, 31, North Alley, Mount Joy, was charged with public drunkenness on West Front Street, Marietta, at
11:28 a.m. Oct. 4. A 17-year-old male Maytown resident was charged with criminal mischief after allegedly
smashing
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Article 5 of 43, 1999220041


Published on August 8, 1999, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)

HOUSE HUNTING W. LAMP. POSITION


First it was a letter to the editor about one township's ordinance requiring registration of personal computers.
Then it was the news about the man who committed suicide after a land dispute with another township. Then the
case of the West Lampeter supervisor who's appealing his colleagues' decision that his trucking business can't
expand.
It was all too much for a Libertarian to stand. Shawn House decided to run for West Lampeter
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Article 6 of 43, 1999168038


Published on June 17, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

ELIZABETH TWP. DENIES WAIVER FOR SNACK BAR


Laura Knowles
A request for a storm water waiver by the owners of an Elizabeth Township ice cream and snack bar was met
with opposition by township supervisors on June 7. James and Cheryl Boring of CJ's Corral on Route 501 just
north of Brickerville were disappointed when Elizabeth Township denied their request for a waiver that would
allow them to proceed with building a small pavilion and a game room at their facility. The Borings have owned
the business for six years and
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Article 7 of 43, 1999134080


Published on May 14, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

ELIZABETH TWP. STILL ANSWERING QUESTIONS ON GROFF SUICIDE


Six weeks after Daniel Groff killed himself with a shotgun over a zoning dispute, Elizabeth Township supervisors
struggle with the repercussions.
Supervisors heard expressions of support this week, while others in the crowd of about 50 people questioned
the handling of efforts to clean up Groff's property. "What happened six weeks ago was very tragic," Supervisor
Rodney May said. "I feel as bad as the residents do. In no way could I believe

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Article 8 of 43, 1999132017


Published on May 12, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

AFTER 6 WEEKS, ELIZABETH TWP. STILL FEELS BLAST QUESTIONS PERSIST


ABOUT GROFF'S SUICIDE
Six weeks after Daniel Groff killed himself with a shotgun over a zoning dispute, Elizabeth Township supervisors
struggle with the repercussions.
Supervisors heard expressions of support Monday, while others in the crowd of about 50 people questioned the
handling of efforts to clean up Groff's property. "What happened six weeks ago was very tragic," Supervisor
Rodney May said. "I feel as bad as the residents do. In no way could I believe that
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Article 9 of 43, 1999119082


Published on April 29, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

A FELLOW INDEPENDENT SOUL MOURNS DANIEL GROFF'S BATTLE WITH


SOCIETY
THE NEWS disturbs us as much as ever.
Pictures of agony we see everywhere. Refugees weeping, old women pushed in wheelbarrows across borders invisible lines created by politicians and generals, abstractions, but the pain is real enough. We expect to see
much worse. Yet these are only pictures. We are comforted by the belief that it will not happen here, to us. We
pull the covers up under our chins reasonably sure no armed squad will dispossess us in the night.
How grateful we are
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Article 10 of 43, 1999112005


Published on April 22, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

POSING SOME 'WHAT IF?' QUESTIONS FOR THE REST OF SOCIETY


To the Editor:
Just a couple of topics of interest. First, what if Manheim goes dry? The result will be, those who fought the fight
will feel a real sense of accomplishment. But more important, those who chose to drink will still drink. Those who
chose to drink to excess will continue to do so. They will drive a greater distance to a new favorite watering hole,
from which they will then have to drive home. You have now just increased the odds of that person having an
accident and killing
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Article 11 of 43, 1999108020

Published on April 18, 1999, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)


The following is a look back at local news events during the past week. SUNDAY
April 11 - Shelly L. Conlin, Lancaster, a 30-year-old mother of three, was killed when her car crashed on Route
462 at Mountville. Her 18-month-old daughter was not seriously injured.
MONDAY
April 12 - It was learned that 8-year-old Ra-Heem Freeman, a student at Wickersham Elementary School in the
city, had died Saturday, possibly from a case of bacterial meningitis. Ten days earlier, a first-grader at
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Article 12 of 43, 1999106142

Published on April 16, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

RESIDENTS DEMAND ZONING CHANGES ELIZABETH TWP. GROUP PLANS


MEETING TONIGHT
When the Mummas wanted to sell raw goat milk from their Elizabeth Township farm, they had to do what
everybody else in Lancaster County has to do:
Get permission from their local government. That experience, the Mummas said today, is one reason why they
and as many as 50 others are planning to challenge "discriminatory" local zoning laws and force officials there
from office.
"They told me, "I don't know if you're
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Article 13 of 43, 1999104169

Published on April 14, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

OUR FREEDOMS ARE ERODING


To the Editor:
The recent events that unfolded in Elizabeth Township should give everyone a reason to stop and think about
their own freedom. Daniel Groff was an acquaintance of mine, and I sincerely believe he was a victim of the
township's legal machinery as much as his own shotgun. These local officials have a need to stir up some
controversy to perpetuate their own careers. Groff posed no threat to anyone, yet the township saw fit to pursue
a long feud with him because they
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Article 14 of 43, 1999104002

Published on April 14, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

OUR FREEDOMS ARE ERODING

To the Editor:
The recent events that unfolded in Elizabeth Township should give everyone a reason to stop and think about
their own freedom. Daniel Groff was an acquaintance of mine, and I sincerely believe he was a victim of the
township's legal machinery as much as his own shotgun. These local officials have a need to stir up some
controversy to perpetuate their own careers. Groff posed no threat to anyone, yet the township saw fit to pursue
a long feud with him because they
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Article 15 of 43, 1999103014

Published on April 13, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

GROFF'S DEATH IN ELIZABETH HUNG ON EXECS CRITICS REQUEST


RESIGNATIONS AFTER JUNKYARD DISPUTE LEADS TO SUICIDE
Blame for the death of Daniel M. Groff of Elizabeth Township was hung on the township solicitor and
supervisors by critics in a crowd of about 100 people Monday.
Several displayed signs with the words, "Remember Daniel Groff," the owner of a junkyard who shot himself
March 30 rather than allow a contractor to remove debris. Nothing short of the resignation of Josele Cleary,
solicitor, and supervisors Jeff Burkholder, Rodney May and Larry Wiker would satisfy some
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Article 16 of 43, 1999103072

Published on April 13, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

CRITICISM, SUPPORT IN HANDLING OF GROFF 100 AT FIRST TOWNSHIP


MEETING SINCE SUICIDE
They were called "gutless" and "murderers," and held responsible by some of the 100 people as responsible for
the recent suicide of township resident Daniel Groff.
But the three Elizabeth Township supervisors and their solicitor, Josele Cleary, also were backed up by plenty of
township residents for doing their job. Those residents told the officials they did the right thing enforcing the
township's zoning laws against Groff, who
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Article 17 of 43, 1999102067

Published on April 12, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

DON'T BLAME TOWNSHIP FOR GROFF'S DISREGARD OF LAWS


Editor, New Era:
While reading letters condemning Elizabeth Township for the outcome of the Groff landfill incident, I found the
addresses particularly interesting. Most were written by folks living quite a distance from Brickerville. One writer
admitted not even knowing where Furnace Hills Pike was located. Unfortunately, I don't believe that was the
only bit of knowledge to have escaped these people. Certainly anyone - regardless of where he lives - is entitled

to an opinion,
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Article 18 of 43, 1999101156

Published on April 11, 1999, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)

LARGER SCHOOLS NOT ALWAYS THE RIGHT ANSWER


I read recently that yet another school district has decided to close small neighborhood elementary schools in
favor of funneling students into a larger, more economical facility. It seems the trend. One after another, small
schools are closed and young students are moved into new, larger schools, some into huge campuses.
As if this were not enough to shake up the world of a child, teachers are juggled as well. Where a child once
knew all the teachers in a given school, as well as many of
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Article 19 of 43, 1999101322

Published on April 11, 1999, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)

LARGER SCHOOLS NOT ALWAYS THE RIGHT ANSWER


I read recently that yet another school district has decided to close small neighborhood elementary schools in
favor of funneling students into a larger, more economical facility. It seems the trend. One after another, small
schools are closed and young students are moved into new, larger schools, some into huge campuses.
As if this were not enough to shake up the world of a child, teachers are juggled as well. Where a child once
knew all the teachers in a given school, as well as many of
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Article 20 of 43, 1999099075

Published on April 9, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

LAWYER UPSET AT TREATMENT OF JUNKYARD PROPERTY OWNER


Editor, New Era:
Several months ago, when the Elizabeth Township officials descended on Daniel Groff's property to mark the
items to be removed as junk, I was sent out to witness the event. Little did I dream that I would ever write an
account of what I saw that day. The Elizabeth Township officials, accompanied by police and contractor David
Pflumm, arrived promptly at nine o'clock. For the next two hours, I witnessed a display of sheer condescending
arrogance and
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43 articles matching (daniel groff) AD date(1999) were found.


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Article 21 of 43, 1999098042

Published on April 8, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

GROFF'S BLOOD STAINS TOWNSHIP OFFICIALS


To the Editor:
Several months ago, when Elizabeth Township officials descended on Daniel Groff's property to mark the items
to be removed as junk, I was sent out to witness the event. Little did I dream that I would ever write an account
of what I saw that day. The Elizabeth Township officials, accompanied by police and contractor David Pflumm,
arrived promptly at 9 a.m. For the next two hours, I witnessed a display of sheer condescending arrogance and
abuse of arbitrary power
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Article 22 of 43, 1999097102

Published on April 7, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)


POLICE LOG Warwick Township
A 7-year-old boy was injured by a BB gun March 25 at his home. The boy was to have the BB removed by
surgery at a later date. Jack Habecker Jr., 8 Ridge Drive, Lititz, was charged with reckless endangerment after a
March 25 incident in which he allegedly discharged a shotgun at a vehicle owned by Christopher McKinnel, 2
Ridge Drive, Lititz. The driver-side window, roof and passenger-side door of McKinnel's truck were damaged by
the shotgun blast, and
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Article 23 of 43, 1999097139

Published on April 7, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

LITITZ MAN CORNERED BY TOWNSHIP PROPERTY ACTION


Editor, New Era:
My heart truly goes out to the family of Daniel Groff Sr. I can't help but think of how I would feel if this were my
father. This man in my opinion was cornered and pushed over the edge by an action that was not very well
thought out or executed! If there was a risk the situation could get out of hand, why not talk to the son and let
him prepare his father? Why not involve the neighbor who had a close relationship with Mr. Groff? If you travel
around the county,
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Article 24 of 43, 1999096004

Published on April 6, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

ONE LAW COVERS EVERYONE


To the Editor:
In the Daniel Groff catastrophe we hear the term rugged individualism and the beat of his own drum. These are
commendable terms but what is at issue is may a man decide whether he will abide by the law in a particular
situation? In the Groff case it was simply an ordinance. The people of Elizabeth Township did not rise up in

objection to this ordinance and demand its dismissal. It was accepted. Then everyone who lives in the township
is subject to the ordinance. If one man is
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Article 25 of 43, 1999096007

Published on April 6, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

GROFF HAD A CHOICE, TOWNSHIP DID NOT


To the Editor:
For the past week I read the articles and letters to the editor concerning Daniel Groff and his junkyard. Most of it
was one-sided, what about the township's side? I live in Elizabeth Township and have seen Groff's property. In
my opinion, it is a junkyard and I am surprised that someone lived in those conditions. The township gave Groff
the choice to clean up his property. The supervisors are elected to enforce the laws of the local government. If
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Article 26 of 43, 1999096062

Published on April 6, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

THE TRAGEDY OF GROFF'S DEATH SHOULD NOT BE FORGOTTEN


Editor, New Era:
What a sad situation to read about Daniel Groff's tragedy. I never knew Mr. Groff personally. He always had a
smile and a wave whenever I passed by him. Not everyone can live in a castle or be wealthy. Mr. Groff kept to
himself and bothered no one. He was well liked, and he liked what he had. Harassment, and that's what it was,
led to this man's suicide.
The ones responsible for his death should be held accountable. The Groff family
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Article 27 of 43, 1999096063

Published on April 6, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

WOULD TOWNSHIP'S HARD LINE APPLY TO RICH & INFLUENTIAL?


Editor, New Era:
I am responding to the article about Daniel Groff, who was forced to rid his property of many unsightly
belongings. When he refused, the township hired someone to do it and charged him $65,000. When he tried to
defend what rights he thought he should have, they sent the police. That's what happens when the little guy tries
to put up a fight.
When the little guy says "This is America, I should be able to keep my belongings on my property.
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Article 28 of 43, 1999095046

Published on April 5, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

LAWS CAN'T HAVE EXCEPTIONS


Editor, New Era:
In the Daniel Groff catastrophe, we hear the terms "rugged individualism" and "the beat of his own drum." These
are commendable terms, but what is at issue is this: can a man decide to choose whether he will abide by the
law in a particular situation?
In the Groff case, it was simply a township ordinance. The people of Elizabeth Township did not rise up in
objection to this ordinance and demand its dismissal. It was
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Article 29 of 43, 1999095074

Published on April 5, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

CLEANUP OF SUICIDE VICTIM'S LAND BEGINS


Contractors, accompanied by four uniformed sheriff's deputies, returned to Daniel M. Groff's rural Elizabeth
Township property this morning to begin again the task of cleaning up the junkyard.
But this time - unlike the confrontation one week ago that ended with a police standoff and Groff's suicide - there
was no protest, no court order and no one standing in their way. Just a few vases of spring flowers stood as a
makeshift memorial to the 65-year-old
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Article 30 of 43, 1999093047

Published on April 3, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

LITITZ DRUMMER COULD NOT MARCH TO HIS OWN TUNE


Editor, New Era:
I do not know Daniel Groff. I do not know where Furnace Hills Pike is located. I do know I feel very sad for the
man. What frustration, desperation and despair must have filled his soul. I am equally saddened by that fact that
there is no place a drummer can march to his own tune.
Rose Haines Willow Street
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43 articles matching (daniel groff) AD date(1999) were found.


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Article 31 of 43, 1999092011

Published on April 2, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

TOWNSHIP GOES TOO FAR IN GROFF CASE


To the Editor:

How sad it was to hear about Daniel Groff taking his life. There was a man who worked and bothered no one. I
think it is time townships start minding their own business and deal with the roads, etc., instead of worrying what
someone's property looks like. The man did not bother anyone, paid his taxes on the property and then you
have neighbors and the township minding his business. As for David Pflumm (who was contracted to clean up
Groff's property),
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Article 32 of 43, 1999091004

Published on April 1, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

THIS IS AMERICA?
To The Editor:
Daniel Groff. An Albanian in a sea of Serbs. Ethnic cleansing. But where is NATO? Does this look like
Communism? Is this America? Is this Lancaster County? Who did he ever hurt with his junk? Maybe some
neighbor, who moved in years after he had already set up shop, like out-of-towners who complain about farm
smells once they're settled in their country home. Maybe Elizabeth Township's pride, which made zoning laws
long after he set up shop?
Who was
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Article 33 of 43, 1999091007

Published on April 1, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

THE TOWNSHIP SHOULD HAVE LEFT GROFF ALONE


To the Editor:
While reading the stories in Tuesday's papers regarding Daniel Groff and his troubles, I was struck as much by
what I didn't read as what I did. I saw no interviews with people who had complained about the man's property.
For 20 years the man fought a legal battle with the township. His only wish was to be left alone. It seems to me
those township bureaucrats have a lot to answer for if they don't have a 20-year-thick file of
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Article 34 of 43, 1999090138

Published on March 31, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

INCIDENT IN ELIZABETH TWP. WASN'T THE TOWNSHIP'S FAULT


Most Lancastrians believe fervently that they have a right to do what they want with their own property. As long
as what they do does not violate laws established for the good of the community, they do have that right.
Daniel M. Groff believed passionately in his right to do whatever he wanted with his property on the Furnace
Hills Pike in Elizabeth Township. He believed he had a right to operate a junk yard there and the township had
no business interfering with it. The township said the
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Article 35 of 43, 1999090142

Published on March 31, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

NEIGHBORS DIDN'T COMPLAIN ABOUT ELIZABETH TWP. MAN


Editor, New Era:
While reading the stories in Tuesday's papers regarding Daniel Groff and his troubles, I was struck as much by
what I didn't read as what I did. I saw no interviews with people who had complained about the man's property.
For 20 years the man fought a legal battle with the township. His only wish was to be left alone. It seems to me
those township bureaucrats have a lot to answer for if they don't have a 20-year-thick file of
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Article 36 of 43, 1999089007

Published on March 30, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

SON, NEIGHBORS QUESTION TACTICS 'HE JUST WANTED TO BE LEFT ALONE'


Daniel E. Groff doesn't believe his father was mentally unstable.
"He didn't have a screw loose," he said of his father, Daniel M. Groff. "In fact, he had more sense than many of
the people who are involved with this case." Questions about his father's mental health arose Monday morning
when the elder Groff ended a three-hour armed standoff with police by committing suicide while sitting in the cab
of his
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Article 37 of 43, 1999089067

Published on March 30, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

WAS DANIEL GROFF A LAWBREAKER OR A LOCAL 'THOREAU'?


Daniel M. Groff always marched to the beat of his own drum.
A fellow member at the Lititz Moravian Church today called him "our Thoreau." His attorney recalled how Groff
used to pay his legal bills in Susan B. Anthony silver dollars and $2 bills.
His friends recalled him as a tinkerer, who once fashioned a contraption that manufactured snow in the middle of
the summer.
The 65-year-old white-haired man collected cast-off junk like it was gold, treasures that
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Article 38 of 43, 1999089059

Published on March 30, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

WHY HARASS ELIZABETH TWP. MAN?


Editor, New Era:
The front page of the New Era on Monday was so sad, and not the bombings overseas by themselves. The
takeover of our own here in Lancaster. We are fighting to keep other people in far-off countries safe and free

from government control. Well, what about us? The only way to keep the government from controlling our lives,
it seems, is to shoot yourself. Daniel Groff in Elizabeth Township had no rights to have his land and do with it
what he pleased. What a sad thing. There
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Article 39 of 43, 1999089069

Published on March 30, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

TWP. 'DID NOT WANT' THIS ENDING


"The township obviously did not want this result. The township simply wanted compliance with the zoning
ordinance," an Elizabeth Township attorney said this morning.
On Monday, after allegedly pointing a gun at a police officer and at a contractor hired to clean up years of
accumulated junk on his property, Daniel M. Groff committed suicide at the home he spent 20 years defending.
This morning, some of Groff's friends and family members wondered whether
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Article 40 of 43, 1999088067

Published on March 29, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

ARMED STANDOFF ENDS VIOLENTLY RT. 501 JUNKYARD OWNER RESISTS


TWP. CLEANUP, KILLS SELF
A 20-year-old dispute over whether a Brickerville junkyard operator should clean up his property ended in
tragedy this morning when he committed suicide after an armed standoff with police.
Early this morning, the scrapyard owner, Daniel M. Groff, allegedly pointed a shotgun at a contractor Elizabeth
Township had hired to clean up the site. Groff also reportedly rammed a front-end loader into the contractor's
pickup truck and equipment. The resulting standoff closed Route 501, a
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Article 41 of 43, 1999076056

Published on March 17, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

ELIZABETH TWP. DISCUSSES PROPOSAL FOR RADON TESTS


Elizabeth Township supervisors discussed a proposal to provide free radon tests for residents, but delayed a
decision until April 12.
Tests results in neighboring municipalities and the dangers of radon were reported March 8 by Kevin Stewart,
director of environmental and occupational health for the American Lung Association of Lancaster and Berks
Counties. Two residents at the meeting expressed interest in testing for radon, if the kits were obtained by the
township and offered for free to

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Article 42 of 43, 1999055094

Published on February 24, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

ELIZABETH ACTS TO PROTECT SOIL FROM NITRATES SUPERVISORS


APPROVE SEPTIC TANK ACCESSORY
The threat of soil contamination from nitrates prompted Elizabeth Township supervisors to approve the use of
technology to treat waste headed for septic tanks in the rural municipality.
Action this month by supervisors will enlist help from home and business owners and create flexibility for
developers. Officials were told the technology requires a minimal amount of land for effectiveness, and the
device is able to remove some 70 percent of nitrates and other forms of nitrogen.
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Article 43 of 43, 1999013129

Published on January 13, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

RURAL ELIZABETH AUTHORIZES $67,500 CLEAN-UP


After more than 20 years, the Elizabeth Township controversy over a blighted property appears to be ending.
Township officials wanted Daniel Groff to clean up his property on Furnace Hills Pike, and Groff believed the
township tried to keep him from making a living. In December, supervisors accepted a bid from David Pflumm
Paving & Excavating, Inc. of Millersville for $67,500 to remove the old vehicles, scrap metal and other items
from Groff's property.
Groff was
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Article 1 of 11, 2000227082

Published on August 14, 2000, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

DANIEL GROFF, 38, PROFESSIONAL PILOT


Lititz native Daniel Eugene Groff, 38, of Forked River, N.J., died Wednesday in an airplane collision over the
Trenton, N.J., suburbs.
From 1984-1995, he was employed by Way Messenger Services. He then took a position with Airways, a
charter company flying out of Lancaster Airport, which he held until moving to the Forked River section of Lacey
Township, N.J., in 1998. Since October 1998, he worked for Patuxent Airways of Hollywood, Md. He also was a
civilian employee of Lakehurst (N.J.)
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Article 2 of 11, 2000227140

Published on August 14, 2000, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

DANIEL GROFF, 38, PROFESSIONAL PILOT


Lititz native Daniel Eugene Groff, 38, of Forked River, N.J., died Wednesday in an airplane collision over the
Trenton, N.J., suburbs.
From 1984-1995, he was employed by Way Messenger Services. He then took a position with Airways, a
charter company flying out of Lancaster Airport, which he held until moving to the Forked River section of Lacey
Township, N.J., in 1998. Since October 1998, he worked for Patuxent Airways of Hollywood, Md. He also was a
civilian employee of Lakehurst (N.J.)
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Article 3 of 11, 2000227012

Published on August 14, 2000, Lancaster New Era (PA)

SURVIVORS NAMED FOR DANIEL GROFF


Lititz native Daniel Eugene Groff, 38, of Forked River, N.J., died Wednesday in an airplane collision over the
Trenton suburbs.
From 1984-1995, he was employed by Way Messenger Services. He then took a position with Airways, a
charter company flying out of Lancaster Airport, which he held until moving to the Forked River section of Lacey
Township, N.J., in 1998. Since October 1998, he worked for Patuxent Airways of Hollywood, Md. He also was a
civilian employee of Lakehurst (N.J.) Naval Air
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Article 4 of 11, 2000227122

Published on August 14, 2000, Lancaster New Era (PA)

SURVIVORS NAMED FOR DANIEL GROFF


Lititz native Daniel Eugene Groff, 38, of Forked River, N.J., died Wednesday in an airplane collision over the
Trenton suburbs.
From 1984-1995, he was employed by Way Messenger Services. He then took a position with Airways, a
charter company flying out of Lancaster Airport, which he held until moving to the Forked River section of Lacey
Township, N.J., in 1998. Since October 1998, he worked for Patuxent Airways of Hollywood, Md. He also was a
civilian employee of Lakehurst (N.J.) Naval Air
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Article 5 of 11, 2000226129

Published on August 13, 2000, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)

DANIEL GROFF, PROFESSIONAL PILOT

Daniel Eugene Groff, 38, of Forked River, N.J., died Wednesday in an airplane collision over the Trenton
suburbs. He was a native of Lititz.
According to New Jersey state police, Groff was piloting a Piper Navajo carrying seven civilian Navy employees
and one other crew member. The plane collided with a sec ond aircraft,flown by a student pilot and flight
instructor. The planes landed in a residential neighborhood, severely damaging several homes and garages. No
one was injured on the
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Article 6 of 11, 2000226218

Published on August 13, 2000, Sunday News (Lancaster, PA)

DANIEL GROFF, PROFESSIONAL PILOT


Daniel Eugene Groff, 38, of Forked River, N.J., died Wednesday in an airplane collision over the Trenton
suburbs. He was a native of Lititz.
According to New Jersey state police, Groff was piloting a Piper Navajo carrying seven civilian Navy employees
and one other crew member. The plane collided with a sec ond aircraft,flown by a student pilot and flight
instructor. The planes landed in a residential neighborhood, severely damaging several homes and garages. No
one was injured on the
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Article 7 of 11, 2000223111

Published on August 10, 2000, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

COUNTY NATIVE KILLED IN N.J. PLANE COLLISION


A Lititz native was among 11 people killed Wednesday morning when two small planes collided over a southern
New Jersey neighborhood.
A 1980 graduate of Warwick High School, Daniel E. Groff, of Forked River, N.J., was one of two crew members
in the larger of the two planes, authorities said. After the collision, part of the fuselage of the plane Groff was copiloting plunged into a house, setting it on fire.
The couple inside the house, which is about 10 miles south of Trenton, escaped
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Article 8 of 11, 2000223148

Published on August 10, 2000, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

COUNTY NATIVE KILLED IN N.J. PLANE COLLISION


A Lititz native was among 11 people killed Wednesday morning when two small planes collided over a southern
New Jersey neighborhood.
A 1980 graduate of Warwick High School, Daniel E. Groff, of Forked River, N.J., was one of two crew members
in the larger of the two planes, authorities said. After the collision, part of the fuselage of the plane Groff was copiloting plunged into a house, setting it on fire.
The couple inside the house, which is about 10 miles south of Trenton, escaped

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Published on August 5, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

DOWNTOWN DEMOLITION PROJECT IS A HOT TICKET CREWS KNOCKING


DOWN WOOLWORTH, MCCRORY'S STORES ATTRACTING A CROWD
There's a new show playing on North Queen Street that draws a crowd every day.
To find it, just listen for the clatter and clamor of falling bricks and buckling concrete. This outdoor performance
has been delighting lunchtime crowds near the old Woolworth store ever since David Pflumm and his five-man
crew descended on downtown Lancaster July 1.
Armed with cranes, wrecking balls and track hoes, they're tearing down 70,000 square feet of buildings,
including the
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Article 4 of 6, 1999096008

Published on April 6, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

TOWNSHIP RESUMES CLEANUP CONTRACTOR BEGINS CLEARING SUICIDE


VICTIM'S PROPERTY
Work began quietly Monday to clean up Daniel M. Groff's junk-strewn property in Elizabeth Township.
Two large dumpsters filled with metal, glass and other debris sat on the property at 1651 Furnace Hills Pike
early Monday evening, alongside two dump trucks and a backhoe. David Pflumm, who was hired by the
township to do the cleanup, said he hopes to complete the project within two weeks.
"We're going to try to work extra hours each day to get this job
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Article 5 of 6, 1999089010

Published on March 30, 1999, Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA)

OWNER OF JUNKYARD BATTLED TOWNSHIP FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS


It wasn't the first time the owner of an Elizabeth Township junkyard met efforts to clean up his property with
violence.
Daniel M. Groff, 65, of 1651 Furnace Hills Pike, committed suicide at his home Monday morning during an
armed standoff with police. A contractor, David Pflumm, had been hired by Elizabeth Township to clean up
Groff's property after he ignored court orders to do it himself. Violence also erupted at the junkyard in August
1984 when a township
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Article 6 of 6, 1999089069

Published on March 30, 1999, Lancaster New Era (PA)

TWP. 'DID NOT WANT' THIS ENDING


"The township obviously did not want this result. The township simply wanted compliance with the zoning
ordinance," an Elizabeth Township attorney said this morning.
On Monday, after allegedly pointing a gun at a police officer and at a contractor hired to clean up years of
accumulated junk on his property, Daniel M. Groff committed suicide at the home he spent 20 years defending.
This morning, some of Groff's friends and family members wondered whether
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Case
Desc:
Filed:
Type:

CI-99-08557
BRIAN W LANGSETT V DAVID PFLUMM PAVING & EXCAVAT
8/17/1999
GENERAL CIVIL

FILING

FILED

COMPLAINT

8/17/1999 FILED BY SUSAN M. KADEL, ESQ. OF HARTMAN UNDERHILL & BRUBAKER LLP

DOCKET

CAPTION ENTRY IS:

8/17/1999 BRIAN W. LANGSETT (MA) V DAVID PFLUMM PAVING & EXCAVATING, INC. (MA)

SERVED

8/23/1999 COMPLAINT UPON DAVID PFLUMM PAVING AND EXCAVATING, INC. BY HANDING A COPY TO RALPH B.
CARRUTHERS, GENERAL MANAGER AT 58 S. DUKE ST., MILLERSVILLE, PA 17551. SO ANSWERS, MARC A.
LANCASTER, DEPUTY SHERIFF OF LANC. CO.

PRAECIPE-ENTER
APPEARANCE

9/15/1999 OF FLANAGAN & BENNER BY: J. MICHAEL FLANAGAN, ESQ. ON BEHALF OF THE DEFENDANT, DAVID PFLUMM
PAVING & EXCAVATING, INC. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE OF SAME.

ANSWER

9/23/1999 TO COMPLAINT WITH NEW MATTER FILED BY: J. MICHAEL FLANAGAN, ESQ. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE OF SAME

PLAINTIFF'S REPLY

10/1/1999 TO NEW MATTER FILED BY: SUSAN M. KADEL, ESQ. PROOF OF SERVICE OF SAME.

PRAECIPE TO MARK
CASE SETTLED

2/5/2001

CASE STATUS-X
(SATISFIED-CIVIL

2/5/2001

MARK THE ABOVE MATTER SETTLED, ENDED, DISCONTINUED AND COSTS PAID. FILED BY: MICHAEL W. BABIC
ESQ.

CaseCI-05-02394
Desc:(FTL) USA VS BRIAN W LANGSETT
Filed:3/16/2005
Type:FEDERAL TAX LIEN
FILING

FILED

FEDERAL TAX LIEN


FILED

3/16/2005 CERTIFYING ENTITY IS PHILADEPHIA, PA., KIND OF TAX: 1040, SERIAL # 217029205. LIEN AMOUNT:
$104080.75

DOCKET

CAPTION ENTRY IS:

3/16/2005 USA (BU) VS BRIAN W. LANGSETT (MA)

CaseCI-1995-5618
Desc:FARMERS FIRST BANK VS LANGSETT
Filed:12/8/1995
Type:GENERAL CIVIL ACTIONBack to Party search results
FILING

FILED

DOCKET

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/8/1995

AT 3:39 PM COMPLAINT WAS FILED BY SHIRK, REIST, WAGENSELLER AND MECUM BY DAVID E. WAGENSELLER,
ESQ. AMOUNT CLAIMED IS WITHIN ARBITRATION LIMITS.

CASE STATUSOPEN

12/8/1995

Judgement

CASE STATUSOPEN

12/8/1995

Judgement

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/13/1995 AT 3:39 P.M. CAPTION ENTRY IS: FARMERS FIRST BANK VS BRIAN W. LANGSETT, A/K/A BRIAN LANGSETT 24
NORTH CEDAR STREET 4540 MAIN STREET P.O. BOX 1000 CONESTOGA, PA LITITZ, PA 17543-7000

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

12/13/1995 WRIT & TAX $50.50 PAID ON 951208 BY PLTF

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

12/13/1995 JCP $5.00 PAID ON 951208 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/27/1995 AT 11:05 A.M. SERVED COPY OF COMPLAINT ON BRIAN W. LANGSETT A/K/A BRIAN LANGSETT, AT 4540 MAIN ST
CONESTOGA, PA 17516. SO ANSWERS CHARLES A. HAMILTON, DEPUTY SHERIFF OF LANC. CO.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

12/27/1995 SHERIFF'S COST $37.30 PAID ON 951227 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/28/1995 AT 3:28 P.M. PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT FILED BY: DAVID E. WAGENSELLER, ESQ. REINSTATED A
DIRECTED. CLAIR L. WOLF, PROTHONOTARY.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

1/2/1996

REINSTATED $5.00 PAID ON 951228 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

2/7/1996

013196 AT 3:41 P.M. PRAECIPE FILED TO ENTER JUDGMENT AGAINST THE DEFENDANT FOR FAILURE TO FILE A
PLEADING IN THE AMOUNT OF $18,463.81. CERTIFICATION FILED. DAVID E. WAGENSELLER, ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF. 013196 AT 3:41 P.M. JUDGMENT IS ENTERED AS DIRECTED. ROBERT H. GETZ, JR. PROTHONOTARY.
NOTICE OF ENTRY OF JUDGMENT MAILED TO THE DEFENDANT.

JUDGMENT FOR
PLAINTIFF

2/7/1996

UPDATED ON MAY 31, 2000 MSH.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

2/7/1996

JUDGMENT $9.00 PAID ON 960205 BY PLTF

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

2/7/1996

JUDGMENT $9.00 PAID ON 960131 BY PLTF

CaseCI-1989-3756
Desc:PENN SAUNA CORP VS LANGSETT
Filed:9/13/1989
Type:GENERAL CIVIL ACTIONBack to Party search results
FILING

FILED

DOCKET

CONVERTED
DOCKET

9/13/1989

COMPLAINT FILED BY WILLIAM W. CAMPBELL, ESQ. AMOUNT CLAIMED IS IN THE AMOUNT OF $6,253.40
TOGETHER WITH INTEREST AT THE LEGAL RATE THEREON FROM MAY 13, 1989 TO DATE OF JUDGMENT.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

9/13/1989

AT 12:56 P.M. - CAPTION IS: PENN SAUNA CORP. /VS/ BRIAN LANGSETT 601 LINCOLN STREET 43 EAST ROSS
STREET OXFORD, PENNA. 19363 LANCASTER, PENNA. 17602

CASE STATUSOPEN

9/13/1989

Judgement

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

9/14/1989

WRIT & TAX $45.50 PAID ON 890913 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

10/11/1989 AT 12:59 P.M. PRAECIPE FILED TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

10/30/1989 AT 4:05 P.M. SERVED COMPLAINT, ON BRIAN LANGSETT, AT 43 EAST ROSS ST., LANCASTER, PA. 17602 SO
ANSWERS, ROBERT L. CLARK, DEPUTY SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

11/3/1989

SHERIFF'S COSTS $22.50 PAID ON 891031 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/6/1989

120489 ENTER JUDGMENT AGAINST THE DEFENDANT FOR FAILURE TO FILE AN ANSWER IN THE AMOUNT OF
$6,445.01, PLUS COSTS. CERTIFICATION FILED. WILLIAM WATT CAMPBELL, ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/6/1989

120489 JUDGMENT IS ENTERED AS DIRECTED. CLAIR L. WOLF, PROTHONOTARY. NOTICE OF ENTRY OF JUDGMEN
MAILED TO DEFENDANT.

JUDGMENT FOR
PLAINTIFF

12/6/1989

UPDATED - 5/23/00 - SEP

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

12/6/1989

JUDGMENT $9.00 PAID ON 891204 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

4/16/1990

AT 8:43 A.M. PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR SANCTIONS PRESENTED TO COURT AND COURT ENTERS RULE TO SHOW
CAUSE RETURNABLE AT A HEARING TO BE HELD IN COURTROOM 7, 8, OR 9 AT THE LANC. CO. COURTHOUSE, ON
THE 23RD DAY OF MAY, 1990, AT 10:00 A.M. BY: JUDGE FARINA. COPIES TO: WILLIAM WATT CAMPBELL, ESQ.
(2). CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE OF SAME FILED.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

4/20/1990

AT 3:04 P.M. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE OF JUDGE FARINA'S RULE OF APRIL 12, 1990 WAS SERVED.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

5/4/1990

AT 4:18 P.M. PRAECIPE FOR WRIT OF EXECUTION FILED. WRIT ISSUED.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

5/4/1990

PROTHONOTARY $5.00 PAID ON BY

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

5/4/1990

PROTHY JUDGMENT COSTS $82.00 PAID ON BY

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

5/4/1990

WRIT OF EXECUTION $15.00 PAID ON 900504 BY PLTF

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

5/4/1990

AMOUNT DUE $6,445.01 PAID ON BY

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

5/4/1990

6% INT. FROM 12/4/89 $161.10 PAID ON BY

CONVERTED
DOCKET

5/25/1990

AT 9:55 A.M. ORDER FILED. SEE DECREE FOR DETAILS.

CONVERTED
DECREE

5/25/1990

AT 9:55 A.M. ORDER FILED. AND NOW, THIS 24TH DAY OF MAY, 1990, THE COURT FINDS AS FOLLOWS: 1. A
HEARING ON THE PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR SANCTIONS WAS HELD MAY 24, 1990 AT 10 A.M. PURSUANT TO THI
COURT'S ORDER OF APRIL 12, 1990. ALTHOUGH DEFENDANT WAS SERVED IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAW,
DEFENDANT DID NOT RESPOND TO THE RULE ENTERED AGAINST HIM OR APPEAR AT THE HEARING. 2.
DEFENDANT IS IN CONTEMPT FOR HIS ACTIONS AS SET OUT IN "PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR SANCTIONS." 3.
BASED ON THE RECORD AND PA.R.C.P. 4019, THE COURT IMPOSES THE FOLLOWING SANCTIONS: A. ATTORNEY'
FEES IN THE AMOUNT OF $115 ARE ASSESSED IN FAVOR OF PLAINTIFF. THE PROTHONOTARY OF LANC. CO. IS
DIRECTED TO TAX THIS AMOUNT AS ADDITIONAL COSTS ON THE JUDGMENT ENTERED IN

CONVERTED
DECREE

5/25/1990

THIS ACTION DECEMBER 4, 1989. B. DEFENDANT SHALL APPEAR IN THE LANC. CO. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
DURING BUSINESS HOURS ON OR BEFORE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1990 AT 5 P.M. TO SCHEDULE IMPLEMENTATIO
OF THE PENDING WRIT OF EXECUTION. C. DEFENDANT SHALL APPEAR AT THE OFFICE OF PLAINTIFF'S ATTORNEY
WILLIAM W. CAMPBELL, 16 SOUTH HESS ST., QUARRYVILLE, PA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1990 AT 9:00 A.M. FOR
DEPOSITION IN AID OF EXECUTION. BY: SENIOR JUDGE GRANT E. WESNER. COPIES TO: WILLIAM W. CAMPBELL
ESQ. (2).

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

5/25/1990

ATTY'S FEES/PER ORDER $115.00 PAID ON BY

CONVERTED
DOCKET

5/31/1990

AT 11:56 A.M. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE OF COURT ORDER OF MAY 24, 1990 FILED.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

8/10/1990

AT 11:16 A.M. PLAINTIFF'S SECOND MOTION FOR SANCTIONS PRESENTED TO COURT AND COURT ENTERS RULE
TO SHOW CAUSE RETURNABLE AT A HEARING TO BE HELD IN COURTROOM #9, AT 9:00 A.M. DEFENDANT IS
DIRECTED TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS HEARING. BY: JUDGE FARINA. COPIES TO: WILLIAM W. CAMPBELL,
ESQ. BRIAN LANGSETT. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE OF SAME FILED.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

8/13/1990

WRIT RETURNED TO PROTHONOTARY PER RULE 3106(D) EXPIRED, COSTS PAID. SO ANSWERS, THEODORE S.
SATTLER, SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

9/12/1990

AT 10:44 A.M. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE OF ORDER ON AUGUST 9, 1990 UPON DEFENDANT FILED.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

9/14/1990

BENCH WARRANT ISSUED FOR BRIAN LANGSETT DEFENDANT, BY WILL CAMPBELL, ESQ.

CONVERTED
DECREE

9/14/1990

AT 10:46 A.M. ORDER FILED. A HEARING HAVING BEEN SCHEDULED AT WHICH BRIAN LANGSETT HAD BEEN
DIRECTED BY COURT ORDER TO PERSONALLY APPEAR, PROPER SERVICE HAVING BEEN MADE, AND THE
DEFENDANT NOT APPEARING, THE COURT FINDS BRIAN LANGSETT TO BE IN CONTEMPT OF THIS COURT'S ORDE
OF AUGUST 9, 1990 AND DIRECTS THAT A WARRANT SHALL ISSUE. THE SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY IS
DIRECTED TO SERVE AND EXECUTE THE WARRANT UPON BRIAN LANGSETT. BY: JUDGE WESNER.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

9/14/1990

AT 10:46 A.M. ORDER FILED. SEE DECREE FOR DETAILS.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

1/2/1992

AT 10:45 A.M. RECEIVED WHITE RETURN CARD BACK FROM SHERIFF'S DEPT. STATING BRIAN LANGSETT WAS
PICKED UP ON A BENCH WARRANT ON 12/31/91. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, ESQ. WAS NOTIFIED OF THE RETURN ON
1/2/92.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

1/3/1992

BENCH WARRANT/SHERIFF FEE $41.00 PAID ON BY

CONVERTED
DOCKET

1/10/1992

AT 3:45 P.M. MOTION FOR A HEARING PRESENTED TO COURT AND COURT ENTERS ORDER. SEE DECREE FOR
DETAILS.

CONVERTED
DECREE

1/10/1992

AT 3:45 P.M. MOTION FOR A NEW HEARING PRESENTED TO COURT AND COURT ENTERS ORDER. IT IS HEREBY
ORDERED AND DECREED THAT: DEFENDANT BE RELEASED FROM THE LANC. CO. PRISON AND APPEAR AT THE
DEPOSITION SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 15, 1992 AT 2:00 P.M. AT THE LAW OFFICE OF WILLIAM W. CAMPBELL, 1
SOUTH HESS ST., QUARRYVILLE PA 17566. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DEPOSITION COULD RESUL
IN A CIVIL CONTEMPT VIOLATION AND POSSIBLE INCARCERATION. BY: JUDGE GEORGELIS. COPIES TO: D. LYNN
FERGUSON, ESQ. (3).

CaseCI-1987-3675
Desc:LENGYEL VS LANGSETT
Filed:10/23/1987
Type:GENERAL CIVIL ACTION
FILING

FILED

DOCKET

CASE STATUS-OPEN 10/23/1987 Judgement


CONVERTED
DOCKET

10/23/1987 COMPLAINT FILED BY LANG & CARMICHAEL BY: W. RUSSELL CARMICHAEL, ESQ. AMOUNT CLAIMED IS $5,531.0
PLUS ATTORNEY'S FEES IN THE AMOUNT OF $553.10, PLUS INTEREST, COSTS OF SUIT, AND OTHER RELIEF AS
THE COURT MAY DEEM JUST AND EQUITABLE UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

10/23/1987 WRIT & TAX $40.50 PAID ON 871023 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

11/27/1987 AT 10:44 A.M. - PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/15/1987 AT 9:15 A.M. - SERVED COMPLAINT ON BRIAN LANGSETT,DEFENDANT BY HANDING COPY TO TONI TICE,
GIRLFRIEND, AT 43 E. ROSS ST., LANC., PA. SO ANSWERS, JAMES J. WENNER, DEPUTY SHERIFF.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

12/17/1987 SHERIFF'S COSTS $26.50 PAID ON 871215 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

2/23/1988

AT 10:16 A.M. AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE OF 10-DAY DEFAULT NOTICE FILED.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

3/21/1988

031888 AT 1:26 P.M. JUDGMENT IS ENTERED AS DIRECTED. CLAIR L. WOLF, PROTHONOTARY. NOTICE OF ENTR
OF JUDGMENT MAILED TO DEFENDANT.

CONVERTED
DOCKET

3/21/1988

031888 AT 1:26 P.M. ENTER JUDGMENT AGAINST DEFENDANT FOR FAILURE TO FILE AN ANSWER IN THE
AMOUNT OF $6,084.10. LANG & CARMICHAEL BY: W. RUSSELL CARMICHAEL, ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF.

JUDGMENT FOR
PLAINTIFF

3/21/1988

UPDATED MAY 19, 2000 MSH.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

3/21/1988

JUDGMENT $9.00 PAID ON 880318 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

5/9/1988

AT 2:36 P.M. PAECIPE FOR WRIT OF EXECUTION FILED. WRIT ISSUED.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

5/9/1988

PROTHONOTARY $5.00 PAID ON BY

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

5/9/1988

PROTHY JUDGMENT COSTS $81.00 PAID ON BY

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

5/9/1988

AMOUNT DUE $6,084.10 PAID ON BY

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

5/9/1988

PROTHY WRIT OF EXECUTION $15.00 PAID ON 880509 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

11/28/1988 WRIT EXPIRED AND COSTS PAID. SO ANSWERS, THEODORE S. SATTLER, SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY.

CaseCI-1995-5618
Desc:FARMERS FIRST BANK VS LANGSETT
Filed:12/8/1995
Type:GENERAL CIVIL ACTION
FILING

FILED

DOCKET

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/8/1995

AT 3:39 PM COMPLAINT WAS FILED BY SHIRK, REIST, WAGENSELLER AND MECUM BY DAVID E. WAGENSELLER,
ESQ. AMOUNT CLAIMED IS WITHIN ARBITRATION LIMITS.

CASE STATUSOPEN

12/8/1995

Judgement

CASE STATUSOPEN

12/8/1995

Judgement

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/13/1995 AT 3:39 P.M. CAPTION ENTRY IS: FARMERS FIRST BANK VS BRIAN W. LANGSETT, A/K/A BRIAN LANGSETT 24
NORTH CEDAR STREET 4540 MAIN STREET P.O. BOX 1000 CONESTOGA, PA LITITZ, PA 17543-7000

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

12/13/1995 WRIT & TAX $50.50 PAID ON 951208 BY PLTF

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

12/13/1995 JCP $5.00 PAID ON 951208 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/27/1995 AT 11:05 A.M. SERVED COPY OF COMPLAINT ON BRIAN W. LANGSETT A/K/A BRIAN LANGSETT, AT 4540 MAIN ST
CONESTOGA, PA 17516. SO ANSWERS CHARLES A. HAMILTON, DEPUTY SHERIFF OF LANC. CO.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

12/27/1995 SHERIFF'S COST $37.30 PAID ON 951227 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

12/28/1995 AT 3:28 P.M. PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT FILED BY: DAVID E. WAGENSELLER, ESQ. REINSTATED A
DIRECTED. CLAIR L. WOLF, PROTHONOTARY.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

1/2/1996

REINSTATED $5.00 PAID ON 951228 BY PLTF

CONVERTED
DOCKET

2/7/1996

013196 AT 3:41 P.M. PRAECIPE FILED TO ENTER JUDGMENT AGAINST THE DEFENDANT FOR FAILURE TO FILE A
PLEADING IN THE AMOUNT OF $18,463.81. CERTIFICATION FILED. DAVID E. WAGENSELLER, ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF. 013196 AT 3:41 P.M. JUDGMENT IS ENTERED AS DIRECTED. ROBERT H. GETZ, JR. PROTHONOTARY.
NOTICE OF ENTRY OF JUDGMENT MAILED TO THE DEFENDANT.

JUDGMENT FOR
PLAINTIFF

2/7/1996

UPDATED ON MAY 31, 2000 MSH.

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

2/7/1996

JUDGMENT $9.00 PAID ON 960205 BY PLTF

CONVERTED FEE
INFORMATION

2/7/1996

JUDGMENT $9.00 PAID ON 960131 BY PLTF

CaseCI-1995-5618Desc:FARMERS FIRST BANK VS LANGSETTFiled:12/8/1995Type:GENERAL CIVIL ACTION