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July 5, 2005
On June 29, 2005, BLY; beloved mother of Kernie R. Thompson. Also survived by one daughter-in-law Clarice Thompson and two great-granddaughters, Terri Butler and Tiffany Gourdine; four great great-granddaughters, Tenisha Butler, Alira, Ashley and Aniya Gourdine; one sister, Velma Henson and one god-son, Delano Washington. Friends may call the Wylie Funeral Home, P.A., 638 N. Gilmor Street, on Tuesday 5 to 8 P.M. Family will receive friends on Wednesday 10 A.M., funeral 10:30 A.M. at Evergreen A.M.E.
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June 1, 2009
On May 28, 2009, MARY BLY (SANTMYER) BARBEHENN, beloved wife of George Barbehenn; devoted mother of Patrick Allen McNaney, Jr., John Michael McNaney, Kimberly Ann (McNaney) Orr and her husband Gary, and Dean Andrew McNaney; daughter of the late Charles Wilmer and Mary Christina (Brehm) Santmyer; sister of Charles Wilmer Santmyer, II and the late Charleen Marie Smith; cousin of Ronald Shaffer. Also survived by six grandchildren; three nieces and two nephews. Family and friends may call at LOUDON PARK FUNERAL HOME, 3620 Wilkens Ave., on Monday, June 1 and Tuesday, June 2, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday, June 3 at 11 A.M. in Church of the Resurrection, 3175 Paulskirk Drive, Ellicott City, MD. Interment Private.
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SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 23, 1997
South Carroll pole vaulter Dave Bly took some interesting steps to improve his ability.Bly began making the two-and-a-half hour drive to Reading, Pa., each Sunday to work with a national coach. The grueling seven-hour workouts left the South Carroll senior tired -- but appeared to help him.Bly won the Carroll County, Central Maryland Conference and region titles earlier this season. He concluded his high school career with an important second-place finish on the first day of the state meet at Westminster.
SPORTS
November 30, 2005
"Not only should Bly apologize, but the team, if it had any guts, should fine him. With his comments, Bly has divided the locker room. In sports, that's the biggest no-no." Mitch Albom Detroit Free Press columnist, on Lions cornerback Dre' Bly blaming quarterback Joey Harrington for the firing of coach Steve Mariucci "Some people look at life and just see the sky. I see the heavens, the stratospheres, the Milky Way. It's a gift. I just look for the juice. Football is like a raindrop in the river of life.
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 25, 1997
Wilde Lake's recent domination of Howard is over -- but just barely.The Lions, who had lost three straight games to the Wildecats dating back two seasons ago, scored two runs with two outs in the sixth and one in the seventh for a 3-2 victory yesterday at Howard.Both 10th-ranked Howard (2-0) and Wilde Lake (0-2) got excellent outings from sophomore pitchers.Howard's Kelly O'Neill made her first varsity start, giving up six hits and striking out 11. She also had a key hit in the Lions' two-run rally that tied the game.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | June 11, 2002
One of the two Republican candidates for Howard County Council's District 2 seat has withdrawn, leaving convicted felon Raymond J. Bly the lone GOP candidate in a district held by Democrats for the past 20 years. Ananta Hejeebu, 36, of Montgomery Meadows, withdrew his candidacy Friday because of a worsening rare genetic medical condition affecting his 2-year-old son. "I was really disappointed, but there wasn't much of a choice," the novice candidate said about his withdrawal. He needs to spend time now helping his son, he said, though he learned a lot about local politics and the working of the County Council during the several months since he declared his candidacy.
SPORTS
November 30, 2005
"Not only should Bly apologize, but the team, if it had any guts, should fine him. With his comments, Bly has divided the locker room. In sports, that's the biggest no-no." Mitch Albom Detroit Free Press columnist, on Lions cornerback Dre' Bly blaming quarterback Joey Harrington for the firing of coach Steve Mariucci "Some people look at life and just see the sky. I see the heavens, the stratospheres, the Milky Way. It's a gift. I just look for the juice. Football is like a raindrop in the river of life.
NEWS
By Nancy A. Youssef and Nancy A. Youssef,SUN STAFF | August 12, 1999
Brianne Bly, 19, says the drought has made it difficult to raise animals for this year's Howard County Fair. She should know.For 10 years, she has been raising steers, sheep and pigs to sell at the fair's 4-H livestock auction. Many of the animals were born on her family's farm.Last night's auction was the last for Bly because membership in 4-H is for those ages 8 to 19.Bly brought three steers, two sheep and two pigs to the auction, and one of each -- Zander the steer, Jacob the sheep and Eve the pig -- were sold for slaughter.
FEATURES
By Marilyn McCraven and Marilyn McCraven,Sun Staff Writer | April 12, 1994
When speaking of the nation's journalism history, journalists usually make references to such legendary reporters as Edward R. Murrow or Walter Lippmann.Rarely are women mentioned.Partly with this in mind, Brooke Kroeger, a former foreign and national reporter, decided to write the first extensively researched biography of Nellie Bly.Bly had been the subject of several thin volumes, mainly children's books. But after reading this treasure -- which is carefully documented with personal letters, court records, newspaper articles, photographs and other material -- I find it rather bewildering that no major biography had been written before about this journalism and corporate- boardroom pioneer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
NEWS
March 17, 1992
THE men's movement, symbolized by Robert Bly's best-selling book, "Iron John," may not be such a good thing for women, argued Jill Johnston in a recent issue of the New York Times Book Review:"Bly, like Jung before him, is caught up in the 'archetypes' of the masculine and the feminine. Men and women are defined by a given nature, fixed and unalterable, cast as opposites . . . in a system reflecting the political status quo . . . . Bly never grasped, it seems, the core concept of feminism, that the attributes of masculinity and feminity are cultural fabrications, rooted in a caste system in which one sex serves the other.
NEWS
July 5, 2005
On June 29, 2005, BLY; beloved mother of Kernie R. Thompson. Also survived by one daughter-in-law Clarice Thompson and two great-granddaughters, Terri Butler and Tiffany Gourdine; four great great-granddaughters, Tenisha Butler, Alira, Ashley and Aniya Gourdine; one sister, Velma Henson and one god-son, Delano Washington. Friends may call the Wylie Funeral Home, P.A., 638 N. Gilmor Street, on Tuesday 5 to 8 P.M. Family will receive friends on Wednesday 10 A.M., funeral 10:30 A.M. at Evergreen A.M.E.
NEWS
January 26, 2005
A memorial service for Matthew Bly Cowdrey, a student at McDaniel College who drowned last week, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Mark's United Methodist Church in Easton. Mr. Cowdrey, 20, died in a canoeing accident Jan. 17 in the Big Annemessex River in Somerset County, along with his friend Andrew D. Stenecker, also 20. A 2003 graduate of McDonogh School, Mr. Cowdrey was a communications major at the college in Westminster. He is survived by his parents, Roy B. Cowdrey Jr. and Dael Ferris Cowdrey of Easton; his paternal grandparents, retired Navy Capt.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | June 11, 2002
One of the two Republican candidates for Howard County Council's District 2 seat has withdrawn, leaving convicted felon Raymond J. Bly the lone GOP candidate in a district held by Democrats for the past 20 years. Ananta Hejeebu, 36, of Montgomery Meadows, withdrew his candidacy Friday because of a worsening rare genetic medical condition affecting his 2-year-old son. "I was really disappointed, but there wasn't much of a choice," the novice candidate said about his withdrawal. He needs to spend time now helping his son, he said, though he learned a lot about local politics and the working of the County Council during the several months since he declared his candidacy.
NEWS
By Nancy A. Youssef and Nancy A. Youssef,SUN STAFF | August 12, 1999
Brianne Bly, 19, says the drought has made it difficult to raise animals for this year's Howard County Fair. She should know.For 10 years, she has been raising steers, sheep and pigs to sell at the fair's 4-H livestock auction. Many of the animals were born on her family's farm.Last night's auction was the last for Bly because membership in 4-H is for those ages 8 to 19.Bly brought three steers, two sheep and two pigs to the auction, and one of each -- Zander the steer, Jacob the sheep and Eve the pig -- were sold for slaughter.
NEWS
By Erin Texeira and Erin Texeira,SUN STAFF | June 22, 1997
The name of Robert Bly often evokes images of paint-covered men drumming -- and bonding -- in the woods. Though an award-winning poet, he was hardly known outside academic circles before he wrote a best-selling book a few years ago that galvanized the so-called men's movement.Most of the reading public knows Bly for "Iron John." But he has written or translated more than a dozen books of and about poetry and calls the genre his first love.And it is poetry he will read and discuss today at Howard Community College in Columbia.
NEWS
By Erin Texeira and Erin Texeira,SUN STAFF | June 22, 1997
The name of Robert Bly often evokes images of paint-covered men drumming -- and bonding -- in the woods. Though an award-winning poet, he was hardly known outside academic circles before he wrote a best-selling book a few years ago that galvanized the so-called men's movement.Most of the reading public knows Bly for "Iron John." But he has written or translated more than a dozen books of and about poetry and calls the genre his first love.And it is poetry he will read and discuss today at Howard Community College in Columbia.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | July 25, 1991
Los Angeles--The quest. The campfire. Male bonding. The manly man. The masculine psyche.Such terms are not what we think of as the language of prime-time television. But we're going to be hearing them a lot this fall, as some of our favorite male characters in hit comedies and dramas explore what it means to be a man in the '90s.Craig T. Nelson, of "Coach," said Monday his character will be trying to get in touch with his feelings through the works of poet and best-selling author Robert Bly, often called the father of the "men's movement."
BUSINESS
By Jane Applegate | January 21, 1991
No matter what kind of business you are in, marketing consultants say now is the perfect time to revise your strategy. Companies that retrench now have a better chance of surviving, if not flourishing, in a slack economy."
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 23, 1997
South Carroll pole vaulter Dave Bly took some interesting steps to improve his ability.Bly began making the two-and-a-half hour drive to Reading, Pa., each Sunday to work with a national coach. The grueling seven-hour workouts left the South Carroll senior tired -- but appeared to help him.Bly won the Carroll County, Central Maryland Conference and region titles earlier this season. He concluded his high school career with an important second-place finish on the first day of the state meet at Westminster.
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 25, 1997
Wilde Lake's recent domination of Howard is over -- but just barely.The Lions, who had lost three straight games to the Wildecats dating back two seasons ago, scored two runs with two outs in the sixth and one in the seventh for a 3-2 victory yesterday at Howard.Both 10th-ranked Howard (2-0) and Wilde Lake (0-2) got excellent outings from sophomore pitchers.Howard's Kelly O'Neill made her first varsity start, giving up six hits and striking out 11. She also had a key hit in the Lions' two-run rally that tied the game.
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