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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 3, 2005
Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. named Mary D. Kane secretary of state yesterday, replacing R. Karl Aumann, who took a seat on the Workers' Compensation Commission. Kane had served as Aumann's deputy and chief legal counsel since 2003, and she was widely expected to be elevated to the post. Her appointment requires confirmation by the state Senate. Ehrlich swore Aumann and Kane into their new positions at a noontime ceremony yesterday, praising them for their service. The secretary of state is responsible for overseeing and registering charitable organizations; administering the Maryland Charity Campaign; and recording executive orders and registrations for condominiums, notaries public and trademarks.
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May 28, 2008
DIGITS 10 -- Runners stranded by South River junior Eric Aumann in the team's 8-6 loss to C. Milton Wright in the Class 4A state semifinals last Wednesday. 29 -- Maryland-record state softball titles won by Anne Arundel County teams, including Chesapeake's Class 4A state title win last weekend.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN REPORTER | May 14, 2008
Junior left-hander Eric Aumann blew through No. 9 Old Mill, allowing five hits and retiring the last 12 batters to lead No. 12 South River to a 6-3 victory in the Class 4A East Regional quarterfinals in Millersville yesterday. South River (14-7) advanced to the 4A East semifinals, but must wait for an opponent to get through the first round, which was delayed by Friday's rain and then played yesterday. The quarterfinals likely will be today. Thanks to first-round byes, the Seahawks and Old Mill (14-6)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN REPORTER | May 14, 2008
Junior left-hander Eric Aumann blew through No. 9 Old Mill, allowing five hits and retiring the last 12 batters to lead No. 12 South River to a 6-3 victory in the Class 4A East Regional quarterfinals in Millersville yesterday. South River (14-7) advanced to the 4A East semifinals, but must wait for an opponent to get through the first round, which was delayed by Friday's rain and then played yesterday. The quarterfinals likely will be today. Thanks to first-round byes, the Seahawks and Old Mill (14-6)
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By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2003
Gov.-elect Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has chosen longtime friend and congressional aide R. Karl Aumann to serve as secretary of state, with a formal announcement of the administration's second Cabinet-level appointment coming as early as today. Aumann, 42, is a Timonium resident and lawyer who has worked as Ehrlich's chief administrator and director of Baltimore-area district offices for eight years. Aumann's wife, Susan, was elected to the House of Delegates in November from the 42nd District in Baltimore County.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | April 23, 2008
Last weekend was bittersweet for South River pitcher Eric Aumann Jr. He improved to 6-0 Friday, but his grandmother, who was 75, passed away. The senior left-hander, who has an 0.95 ERA, tossed a six-hitter with six strikeouts Friday to beat Broadneck, 5-2. Then, his father, Eric Aumann Sr., told him that his grandmother was dying. Teresa Aumann died Sunday morning, but Aumann expects to pitch today in an Anne Arundel County game. Aumann has emerged this season as one of the county's top pitchers through hard work over the summer.
NEWS
May 28, 2008
DIGITS 10 -- Runners stranded by South River junior Eric Aumann in the team's 8-6 loss to C. Milton Wright in the Class 4A state semifinals last Wednesday. 29 -- Maryland-record state softball titles won by Anne Arundel County teams, including Chesapeake's Class 4A state title win last weekend.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 11, 1997
Carol Prickett was virtually unstoppable on draws all afternoon, and she scored three goals for No. 9-ranked Severn in a 7-6 victory over 11th-ranked Garrison Forest yesterday.But she talked a little more like a loser than a winner."As a team, we've played better," said the junior midfielder, who controlled 15 of 17 draws in the Association of Independent Schools A Division win at Garrison Forest."This was OK, but we can connect better on our shots, and our shot selection could have been better," she continued.
BUSINESS
By NANCY JONES-BONBREST and NANCY JONES-BONBREST,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 20, 2006
Jon Aumann Computer support technician Geek Squad, Baltimore Salary --$35,000 a year Age --20 Years on the job --Two How he got started --Aumann began working at Best Buy, which owns the Geek Squad, two years ago. He worked on in-house repairs and upgrades at Best Buy's Security Boulevard store. Currently he is a Geek Squad "double agent," meaning he can work in the store or go on house calls. Aumann also is in his junior year at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where he is completing a computer engineering degree.
NEWS
By ERIC SIEGEL and ERIC SIEGEL,SUN REPORTER | October 11, 2005
College Park -- Thomas C. Schelling, professor emeritus at the University of Maryland, was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics yesterday for his lifelong work in using a branch of mathematics known as game theory to analyze human behavior in areas ranging from nuclear deterrence to racial segregation. Schelling - who joined the faculty in College Park in 1990 and retired from teaching two years ago - shared the $1.3 million prize with Robert J. Aumann, a mathematician at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | April 23, 2008
Last weekend was bittersweet for South River pitcher Eric Aumann Jr. He improved to 6-0 Friday, but his grandmother, who was 75, passed away. The senior left-hander, who has an 0.95 ERA, tossed a six-hitter with six strikeouts Friday to beat Broadneck, 5-2. Then, his father, Eric Aumann Sr., told him that his grandmother was dying. Teresa Aumann died Sunday morning, but Aumann expects to pitch today in an Anne Arundel County game. Aumann has emerged this season as one of the county's top pitchers through hard work over the summer.
BUSINESS
By NANCY JONES-BONBREST and NANCY JONES-BONBREST,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 20, 2006
Jon Aumann Computer support technician Geek Squad, Baltimore Salary --$35,000 a year Age --20 Years on the job --Two How he got started --Aumann began working at Best Buy, which owns the Geek Squad, two years ago. He worked on in-house repairs and upgrades at Best Buy's Security Boulevard store. Currently he is a Geek Squad "double agent," meaning he can work in the store or go on house calls. Aumann also is in his junior year at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where he is completing a computer engineering degree.
NEWS
By ERIC SIEGEL and ERIC SIEGEL,SUN REPORTER | October 11, 2005
College Park -- Thomas C. Schelling, professor emeritus at the University of Maryland, was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics yesterday for his lifelong work in using a branch of mathematics known as game theory to analyze human behavior in areas ranging from nuclear deterrence to racial segregation. Schelling - who joined the faculty in College Park in 1990 and retired from teaching two years ago - shared the $1.3 million prize with Robert J. Aumann, a mathematician at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 3, 2005
Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. named Mary D. Kane secretary of state yesterday, replacing R. Karl Aumann, who took a seat on the Workers' Compensation Commission. Kane had served as Aumann's deputy and chief legal counsel since 2003, and she was widely expected to be elevated to the post. Her appointment requires confirmation by the state Senate. Ehrlich swore Aumann and Kane into their new positions at a noontime ceremony yesterday, praising them for their service. The secretary of state is responsible for overseeing and registering charitable organizations; administering the Maryland Charity Campaign; and recording executive orders and registrations for condominiums, notaries public and trademarks.
NEWS
May 18, 2005
On Sunday, May 15, 2005, MRS. CECELIA GOTOWICKI AUMANN, age 77, of Bartow, Fl, formerly of Frederick and Baltimore, MD, died Sunday, May 15, 2005, at Good Shepherd Hospice Residential Center in Auburndale, FL, Mrs. Aumann was employed in the US Government Printing Office in Washington, DC for 31 years. She was one of the first women proof readers for the US Congressional Record published by the US Printing Office. She is survived by her husband William R. Aumann, Bartow, FL; sister, Theresa G. Evans of Maryland; several step-children; eight step-grandchildren; and extended family in the Baltimore area.
NEWS
January 4, 2003
In Maryland Aumann officially nominee as secretary of state ANNAPOLIS - Timonium resident R. Karl Aumann is officially Gov.-elect Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s nominee for secretary of state, the Ehrlich transition office announced yesterday. Aumann, 42, was Ehrlich's chief administrator and district director during the congressman's four terms in the House of Representatives. He is an attorney who is married with two children. The appointment must be confirmed by the state Senate. In Anne Arundel Naval Academy worker indicted on porn charge ANNAPOLIS - A maintenance help-desk employee at the U.S. Naval Academy was indicted by an Anne Arundel County grand jury yesterday on one count of possession of child pornography.
NEWS
January 4, 2003
In Maryland Aumann officially nominee as secretary of state ANNAPOLIS - Timonium resident R. Karl Aumann is officially Gov.-elect Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s nominee for secretary of state, the Ehrlich transition office announced yesterday. Aumann, 42, was Ehrlich's chief administrator and district director during the congressman's four terms in the House of Representatives. He is an attorney who is married with two children. The appointment must be confirmed by the state Senate. In Anne Arundel Naval Academy worker indicted on porn charge ANNAPOLIS - A maintenance help-desk employee at the U.S. Naval Academy was indicted by an Anne Arundel County grand jury yesterday on one count of possession of child pornography.
NEWS
By Suzanne Loudermilk and Suzanne Loudermilk,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1996
Preservationists and historians are worried about the fate of Hampton mansion, called Towson's crown jewel and an exceptional example of 18th-century plantation life.As its superintendent awaits a transfer, many wonder whether the historic site, which draws 40,000 visitors a year, will get the attention it deserves from the National Park Service, which runs it."Hampton is a real treasure. It's a remarkable piece of our heritage," said David Chase, executive director of Preservation Maryland, a statewide group.
NEWS
By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2003
Gov.-elect Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has chosen longtime friend and congressional aide R. Karl Aumann to serve as secretary of state, with a formal announcement of the administration's second Cabinet-level appointment coming as early as today. Aumann, 42, is a Timonium resident and lawyer who has worked as Ehrlich's chief administrator and director of Baltimore-area district offices for eight years. Aumann's wife, Susan, was elected to the House of Delegates in November from the 42nd District in Baltimore County.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 11, 1997
Carol Prickett was virtually unstoppable on draws all afternoon, and she scored three goals for No. 9-ranked Severn in a 7-6 victory over 11th-ranked Garrison Forest yesterday.But she talked a little more like a loser than a winner."As a team, we've played better," said the junior midfielder, who controlled 15 of 17 draws in the Association of Independent Schools A Division win at Garrison Forest."This was OK, but we can connect better on our shots, and our shot selection could have been better," she continued.
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