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By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff writer | May 3, 1992
When Frank M. Aiello graduated from Towson State University in 1969, the Social Security Administration offered him "a fortune" to start as a computer programmer -- $9,000, as he recalls.He turned it down to take a teaching job at City College in Baltimore for $6,800 a year.Twenty-three years later, the Class of 1992 at Mount Hebron High School honored Aiello as the teacher who had most influenced the students during their school careers. A year earlier, the Class of 1991 made the same selection.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun reporter | February 28, 2007
Dr. Elliot Pellman, who directed the NFL's concussion committee since its inception in 1994, has stepped down in the wake of mounting criticism from experts in the field of brain injury, The Sun has learned. Last fall, ESPN The Magazine documented that Pellman was selective in what injury reports he used to reach his conclusions and omitted large numbers of players from the league's study. Pellman will be replaced by co-chairmen of the league's mild traumatic brain injury committee. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said yesterday that Pellman asked to be relieved of his duties as chairman.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Film Critic | March 27, 1992
Danny Aiello could read the S-through-Zs in the New York phone directory and make it meaningful, poignant and exquisite, and so what he does with the pathetic mensch Jack Ruby in "Ruby" is something to behold.Unfortunately, the movie that surrounds this masterful performance isn't much to behold at all. It's another somewhat confusing slush to judgment through what has become the 20th century's most legendary and primordial quagmire, the Dallas of 1963.The theory advanced here is related to -- but checks in somewhat to the right of -- Oliver Stone's Whole Unified Assassination theory; it holds elements of organized crime, marginally abetted by mysterious CIA naughty boys with Cuban emigre connections, responsible for the shooting of President Kennedy.
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | September 23, 2005
At 0-2, the Ravens can use it. At 2-0, the Washington Redskins would rather play on. The NFL's bye week hits the Baltimore-Washington area on Sunday. Both the Ravens and the Redskins will be inactive in the NFL's first week of byes. According to NFL spokesman Greg Aiello, a key factor in the Ravens' bye is a conflict with the Orioles, who play at Camden Yards on Sunday against the Boston Red Sox. In the Redskins' case, the Presidents Cup golf tournament will conclude Sunday. "That's how it worked out," Aiello said.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | July 12, 2000
Michael J. Aiello, a homebuilder and founder of a food processing company, died Saturday of cancer at Mercy Medical Center. He was 65 and lived in Cockeysville. He was chairman of Cher-Chris Construction Co. Inc., a Cockeysville homebuilding firm, and Caribbean Products Ltd., a Hampden meatpacking operation that produces pork and beef products. "He was an entrepreneur who never rested until he was finished," said Virginia Lambrow, a business associate from Baltimore Contractors Inc. "If you were in trouble, he was there to put his hand to your elbow."
NEWS
September 13, 1991
These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationhasn't been published about someone in your family who has passed away, please call Marc LeGoff at 761-1732 or 332-6211 or (800) 829-8000, Ext. 6211; you may also fax your information to us at 332-6677.VERNIE M. BRACK HOMEMAKER, 53Services for Vernie M. Brack of Glen Burnie will take place at 11a.m. tomorrow at Singleton Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Glen Haven Memorial Park.Mrs. Brack, 53, died Sept. 10 at the University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore.
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | September 23, 2005
At 0-2, the Ravens can use it. At 2-0, the Washington Redskins would rather play on. The NFL's bye week hits the Baltimore-Washington area on Sunday. Both the Ravens and the Redskins will be inactive in the NFL's first week of byes. According to NFL spokesman Greg Aiello, a key factor in the Ravens' bye is a conflict with the Orioles, who play at Camden Yards on Sunday against the Boston Red Sox. In the Redskins' case, the Presidents Cup golf tournament will conclude Sunday. "That's how it worked out," Aiello said.
NEWS
By Robert Guy Matthews and Robert Guy Matthews,Sun Staff Writer | October 19, 1994
After Francis Aiello became the jilted lover in a monthlong relationship, he bombarded his former girlfriend for months with love letters, "cute" postcards and notes containing Bible passages.He called it love. She called it harassment.Baltimore County District Judge Alexandra Williams sided with the girlfriend Monday. The judge gave Mr. Aiello a 30-day suspended sentence and told him to have no contact with Melissa Feeney for three years."Not all people are aggressive in violence," prosecutor Lisa Fox-Dever told the judge.
NEWS
July 18, 2004
On July 17, 2004 KATHRYN J. TRAGER (nee Brite), Age 90; wife of the late George Trager; loving mother of Kathryn Albrecht and Louise Cullen; loving grandmother of Frank Aiello, Michele Hitt and Deborah Aiello; loving great grandmother of Bethany, Erin, Jamie and Sarah; loving aunt of Charles and Thomas Brite. A Memorial Service will be held at Second English Lutheran Church, 5010 Briarclift Rd., Baltimore, MD on Saturday, July 24, 2004 at 11 A.M. Those desiring may make memorial contributions to the charity of their choice.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | November 13, 1992
A 3-foot-tall, bespectacled and gray-haired puppet introduces herself as the next-door neighbor to the audience of children."All of us are neighbors, not just of each other but of the planet Earth," says Helen Oakley, as she prances on stage in her pink pantsuit and matching sneakers.In a grandmotherly tone, she invites children to talk with her. She stops several times during her performance to ask, "Do you want know anything more?"Barbara Aiello pulls Helen's strings. Dressed in black, Ms. Aiello appears to the audience as a shadowy extension of her puppet.
NEWS
July 18, 2004
On July 17, 2004 KATHRYN J. TRAGER (nee Brite), Age 90; wife of the late George Trager; loving mother of Kathryn Albrecht and Louise Cullen; loving grandmother of Frank Aiello, Michele Hitt and Deborah Aiello; loving great grandmother of Bethany, Erin, Jamie and Sarah; loving aunt of Charles and Thomas Brite. A Memorial Service will be held at Second English Lutheran Church, 5010 Briarclift Rd., Baltimore, MD on Saturday, July 24, 2004 at 11 A.M. Those desiring may make memorial contributions to the charity of their choice.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | July 12, 2000
Michael J. Aiello, a homebuilder and founder of a food processing company, died Saturday of cancer at Mercy Medical Center. He was 65 and lived in Cockeysville. He was chairman of Cher-Chris Construction Co. Inc., a Cockeysville homebuilding firm, and Caribbean Products Ltd., a Hampden meatpacking operation that produces pork and beef products. "He was an entrepreneur who never rested until he was finished," said Virginia Lambrow, a business associate from Baltimore Contractors Inc. "If you were in trouble, he was there to put his hand to your elbow."
NEWS
By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | November 9, 1999
Lillian Malas, a teen-age shepherd in her native Greece who became a Baltimore restaurateur -- as famous for her crab cakes as she was for her religious work ethic -- died Saturday at her Reisterstown home. She was 95 and died of natural causes.Mrs. Malas stopped her work in the kitchen of Duffy's, her family's Southwest Baltimore restaurant that closed this year, when she was incapacitated by a stroke, said her daughter Mary Aiello. She had been retired for a year."She seemed to thrive on working.
SPORTS
By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | January 10, 1998
When Colgate men's basketball coach Jack Bruen died three weeks ago, he left a legacy for his staff, players and friends that far exceeded his ability to draw X's and O's and turn losing programs into winners.The season was only seven games old when Bruen, a beet-faced bear of man with a bulging belt line and a biting wit, succumbed to pancreatic cancer at the age of 48.But the lessons in life he taught to longtime assistant Paul Aiello, who replaced him, and to his players, past and present, won't soon be forgotten.
NEWS
By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | November 24, 1997
Debbie Aiello says the Maryland court system failed to give her justice in what should have been a simple case of domestic battery.The core of the complaint: Although a Baltimore County District Court judge found her attacker in violation of probation for failing to attend domestic violence counseling sessions, the judge let him go without punishment."
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 25, 1997
A Baltimore police officer who incapacitated a gunman on a crowded city playground and a sergeant from the Prince George's County Sheriff's Office who helped make a murder arrest while off duty were honored yesterday as the 1997 Baltimore Sun Police Officers of the Year.Officer Glenn A. Zinn, 28, who works in the city's Central District, won the award for excellence in law enforcement.The community service award went to Sgt. Joseph A. Aiello Jr., 38, a 17-year veteran of the Prince George's County Sheriff's Office who specializes in handling felony narcotics-related arrest warrant investigations and arrests.
NEWS
By Gregory P. Kane and Gregory P. Kane,Sun Staff Writer | February 17, 1994
Joseph B. Aiello, president of J.B.A. Chevrolet on Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie, says he never expected to be named the 1994 Time Magazine Quality Dealer.Sure, he has been among Chevrolet's top 10 dealers in the country in recent years. But the 55-year-old Severna Park resident said he was "really surprised" when he received the award at the National Automobile Dealers Association convention in San Francisco last month."I feel really honored that I was chosen to be the recipient of the award," he said yesterday.
NEWS
March 2, 1997
Vicenzina DiPietro, 82, Highlandtown salon ownerVicenzina "Tina" DiPietro, the sister-in-law of former 1st District City Councilman Dominic "Mimi" DiPietro, died Feb. 19 at her home in Port Orange, Fla. She was 82.Born Vicenzina Aiello in Baltimore, she grew up in Highlandtown, where she owned and operated a hair salon for several years. She was a former member of Our Lady of Pompei Roman Catholic Church.In 1933, she married Joseph DiPietro, who worked at Bethlehem Steel Corp. for 42 years.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | October 6, 1996
When the NFL returned to Baltimore at last, fans plotted ways to land the best personal seat licenses, dusted off ancient memories of a storied football past, studied statistics on the new hometown heroes and stocked up on purple-and-black Ravens paraphernalia.But Christopher Aiello's thoughts turned to Colonials and ranchers, circular staircases and raised ceilings, whirlpools and workout rooms -- and whatever else might befit a Raven's roost.What better way to celebrate the return of the NFL after a 12-year absence, the custom homebuilder figured, than to customize houses where the team members would live.
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