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March 15, 2004
On March 14, 2004 BEATRICE L. BADER (nee Stiffler); beloved wife of the late Harry L. Bader, Sr.; devoted mother of Roland F. Bader and his wife Mildred, Richard A. Bader and his wife Jean and the late Harry L. Bader, Jr., Charles R. Bader and William C. Bader; dear mother-in-law of Dorothy Bader; dear sister of Margaret E. Hanna and the late Edna M. Cooper, Bessie V. Sheffer, William Mc K. Stiffler, Elsie M. Bostian and Hilda B. Miller. Also survived by 10 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.
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By Liz Bowie, The Baltimore Sun | March 30, 2014
When the Orioles take the field Monday, one of the least visible but most beloved members will be missing from the team. Monica Pence Barlow, the public relations director, had been there through 14 seasons - in the press box, in the locker room, at the elbows of reporters conducting interviews - and some say they are having difficulty imagining the coming season without her. "She was one of us. She was around us for the 162 games. She was around us as much as our teammates," said shortstop J.J. Hardy.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2003
William Charles Bader, retired Eastern High School principal, died Sunday of complications from cancer at the Presbyterian Home of Maryland. He was 94 and had lived in Towson since 1951. A former Polytechnic Institute history teacher, he headed Baltimore's Eastern High in the 1960s. Born in Baltimore and raised on East Lafayette Avenue, he was a 1926 City College graduate. He earned a diploma in 1928 from what was then the State Normal School in Towson and a degree in English in 1931 from the Johns Hopkins University.
NEWS
By Jonah Goldberg | April 2, 2012
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburglikes the Indian Healthcare Improvement Act and other ingredients of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka "Obamacare. " Why, she asked toward the end of three days of hearings, shouldn't the court keep the good stuff in Obamacare and just dump the unconstitutional bits? The court, she explained, is presented with "a choice between a wrecking operation ... or a salvage job. And the more conservative approach would be salvage rather than throwing out everything.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | August 27, 2003
Two weeks before the start of training camp, the Major Indoor Soccer League champion Blast further bolstered its new-look offense and brought back two familiar faces. The Blast acquired All-Star forward Chris Handsor from the Philadelphia KiXX and reclaimed defender Dewan Bader and midfielder Danny Santoro from the St. Louis Steamers in a three-team deal yesterday. In exchange, the Blast sent an undisclosed amount of cash to Philadelphia and the rights to Mali Walton to St. Louis. Handsor, 31, is an eight-year veteran and three-time All-League performer who has played on championship teams in Cleveland and Philadelphia.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | September 26, 2001
The Blast has begun piecing together its roster for the Major Indoor Soccer League season set to begin next month, maintaining its stance on continuity while adding some established talent. At a news conference yesterday afternoon, general manager/head coach Kevin Healey announced the signings of veteran defenders Sean Bowers and Dewan Bader, along with the news that 13 players from last year's team will return. With the dissolving of the National Professional Soccer League, Healey had to re-sign every player under the new MISL entity, working with a $300,000 salary cap. Signed and ready for Monday's first practice are forwards Tarik Walker, Lee Tschantret and Giuliano Celenza; midfielders Denison Cabral, Danny Santoro, J.J. Kremer, Danny Kelly and Paul Wright; defenders Jason Dieter, Doug Nealy, Derrick Marcano and Lance Johnson, and goalkeeper Scott Hileman.
BUSINESS
By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest,Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2009
Name : Rob Bader Salary: $55,000 Age: 38 Years on the job: Four How he got started: Bader received his bachelor's degree from Siena College in New York and attended law school at the University of Toledo, graduating in 1995. He volunteered for a year while living in Boston, working in a soup kitchen and a legal aid office. He moved to Pennsylvania and worked as a legal aid attorney for the next six years. Although he was doing good work, Bader said it became somewhat monotonous, so he and his wife joined the Peace Corps, heading to Africa for two years.
NEWS
March 10, 2005
On March 8, 2005, EUGENE HARRIS, of Joppa, MD; beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Irene Harris (nee Greiner); devoted father of Linda S. Glod, Wanda L. Bader, Sherri L. Navarre and Kimberly M. Dennison; loving brother of Dallas Dolan and the late Virginia Cross. Also survived by seven grandchildren Tina A. Dennison, Sara E. Dennison, Nicole A. Navarre, Jeremy E. Navarre, Ashley L. Glod, Katelyn E. Bader and Nicholas A. Bader and one great-grandchild Blain M. Scott and hisuncle Clarence Harris and aunt Helen Booth.
NEWS
By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Sun Staff Writer | May 26, 1994
Two bomb threat calls prompted the evacuation of the Carroll County Courthouse buildings for more than two hours yesterday while bomb-sniffing dogs from three counties searched the facilities and found nothing.Deputy Sheriff Sgt. Richard Bader, chief of courthouse security, said about 200 employees, visitors and prisoners were evacuated after the calls were received at 1:15 p.m. and 1:23 p.m. by employees in the District Court clerk's office and the Circuit Court administrative office.Both buildings were reopened at 3:35 p.m., Sergeant Bader said.
NEWS
February 27, 2003
On Sunday, February 23, 2003, DORIS B. GAKENHEIMER (nee Bader) of Sykesville, wife of the late Albert C. Gakenheimer, beloved mother of Ralph, of Boston, MA, David of Redondo Beach, CA, and Martin Gakenheimer of Silver Spring, MD, loving grandmother of Karen O'Hagan, Catherine, Donald and Rachel Gakenheimer. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, March 1 at 11 A.M. at Fairhaven's Chapel in Sykesville, MD. Family will receive friends afterwards. In lieu of flowers, the family suggest memorials be made to: The Building Fund of St. Barnabas Church, 7609 Main St., Sykesville, MD 21784.
EXPLORE
December 13, 2011
The Baders Raiders team of D. H. Bader Management Services raised over $6,800 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at their annual Light the Night Walk in Baltimore. Bader is a community association management company.
BUSINESS
By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest,Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2009
Name : Rob Bader Salary: $55,000 Age: 38 Years on the job: Four How he got started: Bader received his bachelor's degree from Siena College in New York and attended law school at the University of Toledo, graduating in 1995. He volunteered for a year while living in Boston, working in a soup kitchen and a legal aid office. He moved to Pennsylvania and worked as a legal aid attorney for the next six years. Although he was doing good work, Bader said it became somewhat monotonous, so he and his wife joined the Peace Corps, heading to Africa for two years.
SPORTS
By JOHN W. STEWART | June 13, 2006
LPGA regulars Beth Bader (74-68) and Kim Saiki (70-72) shared the medal at 2-under-par 142 yesterday, as sectional qualifying for the U.S. Women's Open was held at Green Spring Valley Hunt Club and Woodholme Country Club. With 36 spots available from the 134-player field, there was a 10-for-two playoff at 152. Moira Dunn and Siew Ai Lim, who went from morning leader at 69 at Green Spring to an 83 at Woodholme, advanced with birdies at the second extra hole. Bader birdied three of the last four holes at Green Spring for her 68. Saiki's opening Woodholme round included three back-nine birdies.
NEWS
March 7, 2006
On March 5, 2006, ELIZABETH CAROLINE BADER, loving sister of Catherine Mildner Clark, beloved aunt of Elizabeth Frances Klages, William Charles Bader Jr., Richard Stanley Bader, Louis Douglas Bader, Leo James Clark Jr., Caroline Elizabeth Alder, Patricia Ann Kemp, Dennis Bader Clark, Deborah Jean Powers, Walter Earl Bader and David Craig Bader. She was predeceased by her niece Barbara Irene Pott and her brothers Jonathan Henry Bader, William Charles Bader, Robert David Bader and Walter Earl Bader.
NEWS
By LAURA VOZZELLA | October 19, 2005
Johns Hopkins is the nation's first research university, one that brags about advancing not just students' knowledge, but "human knowledge," since 1876. But undergrads don't feel that good about the place. So says a Hopkins committee that thinks it has hit upon the cure for Homewood's inexplicably low self esteem: A campus slip-n-slide. "We would set up tarps and hoses out on the campus and tell everybody to come with a bathing suit," says John Bader, who has assembled a committee to resurrect old campus traditions and cook up new ones.
NEWS
March 10, 2005
On March 8, 2005, EUGENE HARRIS, of Joppa, MD; beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Irene Harris (nee Greiner); devoted father of Linda S. Glod, Wanda L. Bader, Sherri L. Navarre and Kimberly M. Dennison; loving brother of Dallas Dolan and the late Virginia Cross. Also survived by seven grandchildren Tina A. Dennison, Sara E. Dennison, Nicole A. Navarre, Jeremy E. Navarre, Ashley L. Glod, Katelyn E. Bader and Nicholas A. Bader and one great-grandchild Blain M. Scott and hisuncle Clarence Harris and aunt Helen Booth.
FEATURES
February 26, 1991
JOHN DALY, a former war correspondent and game-show host, is dead at age 77. His long-time assistant said yesterday that Daly was found dead Sunday at his home in Chevy Chase, Md. Although he suffered from emphysema, Lila Bader said, "I believe death was due to cardiac arrest."In a telephone interview from Daly's office in New York, Bader said she spoke with Daly by telephone Sunday, "and he was going to do his taxes" on Monday.A native of South Africa, Daly moved to the United States as a boy. He studied at Boston College and was a scheduler for the Washington, D.C., transit company when he joined CBS in 1937.
SPORTS
By SANDRA McKEE | March 14, 2004
Matchup: Blast (22-8) vs. Milwaukee Wave (21-8) Site: U.S. Cellular Arena, Milwaukee Time: 2 p.m. Radio: WCBM (680 AM) Outlook: The Blast wants to have the best overall record in the Major Indoor Soccer League when the playoffs start so it can have home-field advantage throughout the postseason. To get it, it will likely have to help itself, and that means beating Milwaukee. "It's a big game," said Blast captain Tarik Walker, "but it's not an end-of-the-world game." The team will have another shot at the Wave - in the season finale - and right now perhaps can find comfort in the fact it has clinched a playoff spot.
NEWS
March 15, 2004
On March 14, 2004 BEATRICE L. BADER (nee Stiffler); beloved wife of the late Harry L. Bader, Sr.; devoted mother of Roland F. Bader and his wife Mildred, Richard A. Bader and his wife Jean and the late Harry L. Bader, Jr., Charles R. Bader and William C. Bader; dear mother-in-law of Dorothy Bader; dear sister of Margaret E. Hanna and the late Edna M. Cooper, Bessie V. Sheffer, William Mc K. Stiffler, Elsie M. Bostian and Hilda B. Miller. Also survived by 10 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.
SPORTS
By SANDRA McKEE | March 14, 2004
Matchup: Blast (22-8) vs. Milwaukee Wave (21-8) Site: U.S. Cellular Arena, Milwaukee Time: 2 p.m. Radio: WCBM (680 AM) Outlook: The Blast wants to have the best overall record in the Major Indoor Soccer League when the playoffs start so it can have home-field advantage throughout the postseason. To get it, it will likely have to help itself, and that means beating Milwaukee. "It's a big game," said Blast captain Tarik Walker, "but it's not an end-of-the-world game." The team will have another shot at the Wave - in the season finale - and right now perhaps can find comfort in the fact it has clinched a playoff spot.
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