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March 6, 2009
on February 28, 2009 MR. BAGWELL Visitation at 2140 North Fulton Avenue on Friday, 3-8pm. The family will receive friends in the chapel on Saturday at 9:30am. Funeral at 10am
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March 6, 2009
on February 28, 2009 MR. BAGWELL Visitation at 2140 North Fulton Avenue on Friday, 3-8pm. The family will receive friends in the chapel on Saturday at 9:30am. Funeral at 10am
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NEWS
April 21, 2007
On April 18, 2007, MARGARET T. BAGWELL; beloved wife of the late Charles E. Bagwell; devoted mother of Robin L. Bagwell; loving grandmother of Nikolaos J. Kastanaras; dear sister to Sophia T. Coblentz, Samuel H. Tennant, the late Mary A. Hutson, and the late William E. Tennant; longtime companion to Marion L. Zinkhan; daughter of the late Samuel H. Tennant and Anna L. Tennant (nee Denny). Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Hospice of Baltimore.
NEWS
April 20, 2008
On April 18, 2007, MARGARET T. BAGWELL; beloved wife of the late Charles E. Bagwell; devoted mother of Robin L. Bagwell; loving grandmother of Nikolaos J. Kastanaras; dear sister to Sophia T. Coblentz, Samuel H. Tennant, the late Mary A. Hutson, and the late William E. Tennant; longtime companion to Marion L. Zinkhan; daughter of the late Samuel H. Tennant and Anna L. Tennant (nee Denny). Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Hospice of Baltimore.
NEWS
May 28, 2007
On May 24, 2007, MR. BAGWELL. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Avenue, on Wednesday 3 to 8 P.M. The family will receive friends at Evergreen A.M.E. Church, 3342 Old Frederick Road, on Thursday at 11 A.M. Funeral at 11:30 A.M.
NEWS
By Laura Sullivan and Laura Sullivan,SUN STAFF | October 25, 1999
Theatergoers knew the woman in the starched gray uniform next to the orchestra as "Miss Phyllis." A Baltimore institution, she ushered them to their seats and chatted with them at intermission at the Mechanic Theatre and elsewhere for almost a half-century.Phyllis M. Bagwell, who rarely missed an opening night, became Baltimore's scrapbook, carrying memories of hundreds of actors and shows that had passed through the city since 1944.When she died Wednesday of heart failure at age 91 at Good Samaritan Nursing Center in Baltimore, she took those memories with her.Left behind in a large desk in her West Baltimore living room was a drawer stuffed with playbills and autographs, too full to close.
SPORTS
By RICK MAESE | October 24, 2005
Chicago -- A baby ballplayer was born in Georgia on May 27, 1968 . Around the corner: Little League, college, the majors, MVP awards, All-Star Games and finally, the World Series. Deep in the underbelly of the stadium last weekend, a hobbled ballplayer shook hands, laughed and introduced his children to strangers. Still smiling, Frank Thomas turned and limped through the corridor, a bulky orthopedic boot slowing down his gait. Further down the long hallway, on the other side of a pair of double doors, Jeff Bagwell stood in front of his locker, ice packed around his right shoulder as he tried to explain away disappointment.
SPORTS
By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN STAFF | May 15, 2005
After attempting to deal with an ailing right shoulder for three-plus years, the Houston Astros' Jeff Bagwell finally ended up on the disabled list. Now the question is whether it will be a permanent stay. "My career could be over," Bagwell said. "I don't know yet. We'll have to see how things go, but I've certainly thought about it lately." Bagwell, who will turn 37 this month, tore his labrum in 2001 and had shoulder surgery after that season. The shoulder never really rebounded, and he has been playing with persistent pain since.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | October 18, 1998
Growing up in this part of the country, Orlando Bagwell knew that he was living in what had been the very center of the American slave trade. But he never fully appreciated what that meant until he was researching his newest PBS documentary, "Africans in America: America's Journey Through Slavery.""Even when I was growing up, the word in my community was that most of the descendants of African people in some way or another lived in Virginia," says Bagwell, noting that the majority of Africans brought to America to be sold into slavery landed first in Virginia or Maryland.
NEWS
May 28, 2007
On May 24, 2007, MR. BAGWELL. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Avenue, on Wednesday 3 to 8 P.M. The family will receive friends at Evergreen A.M.E. Church, 3342 Old Frederick Road, on Thursday at 11 A.M. Funeral at 11:30 A.M.
SPORTS
By PETER SCHMUCK | March 29, 2006
My worst fears have been realized. Miguel Tejada is in a funk and Melvin Mora still does not have a contract extension, which doesn't exactly bode well for the long-term health of the Orioles franchise. The last thing the Orioles need after their August meltdown is for two of the team's clubhouse leaders to enter a new season with lingering doubts about their future in Baltimore. Whose fault is that? There's plenty of blame to go around. Tejada should have gone through the proper channels with his offseason complaints about the front office, and the team should have done a better job of confronting the controversy before it turned into a winter-long soap opera.
SPORTS
By PETER SCHMUCK | January 29, 2006
In a shocking development, the five-member committee charged with evaluating figure skater Michelle Kwan on Friday decided to uphold the medical bye that placed her on the U.S. Olympic team. There really was never any doubt U.S. Figure Skating would keep Kwan on the team, and - as I pointed out Friday - she could have gotten stuck under the Zamboni and still would be on her way to Turin. The only thing that was truly surprising was that it took an hour to come to that decision after Kwan performed her short and long programs back-to-back in Los Angeles.
SPORTS
By RICK MAESE | October 24, 2005
Chicago -- A baby ballplayer was born in Georgia on May 27, 1968 . Around the corner: Little League, college, the majors, MVP awards, All-Star Games and finally, the World Series. Deep in the underbelly of the stadium last weekend, a hobbled ballplayer shook hands, laughed and introduced his children to strangers. Still smiling, Frank Thomas turned and limped through the corridor, a bulky orthopedic boot slowing down his gait. Further down the long hallway, on the other side of a pair of double doors, Jeff Bagwell stood in front of his locker, ice packed around his right shoulder as he tried to explain away disappointment.
SPORTS
By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN REPORTER | October 23, 2005
CHICAGO -- Houston Astros manager Phil Garner said he selected his designated hitter for last night's game solely based on who would best help his club win. He held fast to that notion for about a minute during his pre-game news conference before the truth trickled out. There was no way Garner's move to include Jeff Bagwell in the Astros' first World Series game could have been made without part of it coming from the heart. "I shouldn't say it was purely a baseball decision, because there's no question there is some sentimentality here," Garner said.
SPORTS
By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN REPORTER | October 23, 2005
CHICAGO -- When Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen approached the mound in the top of the eighth inning last night, he didn't just tap his right arm to signal for a reliever. He pointed above his head and then spread his arms wide - a little theatrics on a night of pageantry - to make his message clear. He wanted Bobby Jenks, his enormous rookie closer, to enter from the bullpen and seize the biggest baseball moment here in 46 years. "That's the trademark now," Guillen said of his mound charades.
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