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May 14, 2003
On May 8, 2003, INEZ KATHERINE BOLES. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST INC., 4300 Wabash Ave. on Wednesday after 8:30 A.M. Family will receive friends on Thursday at Wayland Baptist Church, 3200 Garrison Blvd. at 9:30, followed by Funeral Services 10 A.M. See www.marchfh.com
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Sports Digest | November 15, 2012
Colleges Ex-Terp Merriman to hold annual coat drive Saturday Shawne Merriman , a former Maryland standout who now plays linebacker for the Buffalo Bills, will hold his annual coat drive Saturday before the Maryland-Florida State game at noon at Byrd Stadium. Over the past 10 years, Merriman and his Lights On Foundation have collected more than 20,000 coats to benefit numerous communities in the region. This year, Merriman's efforts will be focused on those affected by the storm Sandy in New York and New Jersey.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | February 8, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- The nickname "Shooter" has followed Malissa Boles from her junior college days in Kentucky to the Maryland women's basketball team.It has little to do with her shooting form, which more resembles a swimmer kicking than a guard shooting, but more with her propensity to take clutch shots.That knack was on display yesterday as Boles hit a clutch jumper and three free throws in the final minute to help the seventh-ranked Terps hold off Georgia Tech, 75-70, before 1,565 at Cole Field House.
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By Sandra McKee and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2012
During an offseason workout Wednesday, St. Frances baseball coach Brian Boles told his players he will not be returning as head coach next season. Boles will be replaced by Carey Cheek, a former player in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization and a three-year assistant at St. Frances. "After much deliberation, I've decided to take on a new challenge," Boles said. "While it is a hard decision, because I've enjoyed my eight years with the kids here, I know Carey brings a wealth of baseball knowledge to the program and I'm looking forward to the team continuing to grow in the program he leads.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | January 23, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- This should have been Malissa Boles' season.Boles, a 5-foot-10 senior guard on the Maryland women's basketball team, was the most significant addition to last season's team, which topped the national rankings for four weeks and advanced to the Mideast Regional final.Boles was second on the team in scoring, assists and steals and was named to the All-Atlantic Coast Con- ference second team, the only ACC newcomer to be named to the first or second team.Understandably, much was expected of Boles this season.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | March 20, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Just a year ago, Michele Andrew and Malissa Boles were a world away from big-time women's college basketball.Andrew was playing club basketball in Finland while Boles was finishing up her sophomore year at Sullivan Junior College in Lexington, Ky.However, the two important newcomers officially graduate to the big-time tomorrow night as their eighth-ranked Maryland Terrapins take on Toledo in the Mideast Regional of the NCAA tournament.Andrew...
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | March 22, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- If growth is measured by how you respond to adversity, then the Maryland women's basketball team grew substantially last night.Adversity and an early ticket home from the NCAA tournament were staring the Terps in the face against a slower and probably less talented Toledo Rockets team, as Maryland, the second seed in the Mideast Region, trailed by eight with 17:40 left.But the eighth-ranked Terps drew from a reserve not seen in the previous six weeks, and came back to notch a 73-60 victory and earn a berth in Thursday's regional semifinals in West Lafayette, Ind., against the winner of today's Purdue-Northern Illinois game.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2000
A high-ranking Baltimore police official who has wanted to be commissioner will retire next month, the latest in an exodus of commanders from a department undergoing sweeping changes under new leadership. Lt. Col. Marcellus Boles, 56, said he made his decision after a recent meeting with Commissioner Ronald L. Daniel, who took over in January and has purged most of the previous administration's command staff. "I think it's time to go," said Boles, who as a major once supervised then-Sergeant Daniel.
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By William B. Talbott and William B. Talbott,Staff Writer | May 15, 1992
Lt. Col. Marcellus Boles, formally appointed this week to head the Baltimore Police Department's "community policing" program, said an array of training, staffing and other issues is being studied to determine how to make the program work.Community policing, planned to be implemented over the next five years, would put more emphasis on foot patrols and officers building relationships with residents."We are forming a model to determine how community policing will work," Colonel Boles said yesterday at a news conference, updating the status of the program.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | May 30, 1992
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Maryland's Malissa Boles and Katrina Colleton can be excused for feeling a bit star-struck as they practice for the U.S. Olympic trials in women's basketball.Over on court 1 is Nancy Lieberman-Cline, a former Olympian and four-time All-American, juking a competitor out of her socks.On court 3 is Cheryl Miller, another former Olympian and four-time All-American, providing the dictionary definition of denial defense.On court 2, former Georgia All-American and two-time Olympian Teresa Edwards, widely acclaimed as the best women's player in the world, sweeps in for a layup.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2012
Carl R. "Randy" Boles Sr., a retired security expert who was a fan of classic Western movies, died Sunday of complications from pneumonia and cardiac arrest at Baltimore-Washington Medical Center. He was 74. The son of a sheet metal worker and a homemaker, Carl Randolph Boles Sr. was born in Lynchburg, Va., and moved with his family to Baltimore in 1944. Mr. Boles, who did not attend high school, went to work setting type for a newspaper before following his father to Bethlehem Steel Corp., where he was a sheet metal worker.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | May 22, 2009
When it comes to winning championships, St. Frances no longer lives by basketball alone. Earlier this week, the Panthers baseball team won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference championship. It's the first non-basketball title in school history. "It has been a long, hard five years," said Panthers coach Brian Boles, who started coaching St. Frances in 2005. "I am so proud of our guys. We've followed the saying, 'Championships are won before the game is played.
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By NANCY JONES-BONBREST and NANCY JONES-BONBREST,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 21, 2008
Dr. Samuel Boles Medical director and ophthalmologist Anne Arundel Eye Center, Annapolis Salary : $150,000 Age : 46 Years on the job : One How he got started: Boles received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia, obtaining his certification in 1989. His post-doctoral training included an internship with Yale University, a cornea research fellowship at Harvard University and residency at George Washington University. He later worked as a glaucoma fellow and clinical instructor with the University of California, San Diego.
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By DAN CONNOLLY | August 26, 2007
Dave Trembley joined two elite fraternities this year. He's one of only 30 Major League Baseball managers. And he's one of only seven in the game's modern history to manage in the big leagues without playing major league or minor league ball. Trembley, the Orioles' 55-year-old baseball lifer, couldn't be more proud of finally reaching the first distinction. But the latter? He sort of hopes it will go away; that he won't be judged by the fact he didn't play professionally, but by the way he handles people and respects the game.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Special to the Sun | November 7, 2006
Perry Hall coach Bob Kucharski said striker Christa DeBole has been his Gators' playmaker all year. Last night at C. Milton Wright, he couldn't have been more right. DeBole set up the first goal on a great run and scored the last as visiting and unranked Perry Hall (12-4) upset the host Mustangs, 3-0, to win the Class 4A North regional championship. The Gators advance to this weekend's Class 4A state semifinals at a site and time to be determined. Seventh-ranked and defending state champion C.M. Wright finishes the season with an 11-3-2 record.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,Sun reporter | September 28, 2006
A former correctional officer and supervisor admitted in Baltimore Circuit Court yesterday to lying to high-ranking officials at the downtown booking center when he said he could not remember names or faces of workers involved in a deadly attack on a detainee last year. The withholding of information cost the job of Robert Hudley, a correctional officer for 20 years and a lieutenant at the Central Booking and Intake Center. Hudley testified to being one of the first supervisors to show up when a 51-year-old detainee got into a verbal and physical altercation with several lower-ranking correctional officers.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | February 23, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Duke women's basketball coach Debbie Leonard hardly ever has a discouraging word for or about an opponent.But after watching what Maryland guard Malissa Boles did to her Blue Devils yesterday in a 74-69 Terps victory, Leonard was reduced to wishing a little harm on Boles, albeit jokingly."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 26, 2004
Brian Boles didn't think twice about diving to his right for a hard-hit ground ball on that cold early February day as his Elizabeth City (N.C.) State University baseball team battled Pfeiffer University in a nonleague game. "It was instinct," said the 6-foot-3, 215-pound senior first baseman from St. Frances. "That's just the way I play the game." Of course, Boles never considered the consequences of a fall on ground that would result in a nagging hip pointer and turn his once-bright senior season into something of a nightmare.
NEWS
November 30, 2005
On November 22, 2005, RICHARD C. DONKERVOET beloved husband of Carolyn M. Donkervoet, loving father of Daralice Donkervoet Boles, Sharon Donkervoet Credit and John Cornelius Donkervoet, dear brother of Ann Sweet and Helene Buell, cherished grandfather of Leslie, John and Laura Boles, Katherine, Kimberly and Jodi Credit, Oliver and Emily Donkervoet. A memorial service will be celebrated in Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church, 6200 N. Charles Street on Friday, December 2, at 2 P.M. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Mr. Donkervoet's name to the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore, MD, 21218 and/or the Chautauqua Foundation Development Office, POB 28, Chautauqua, NY, 14722.
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March 28, 2005
On March 26, 2005, DENNIS WARWICK CONRADI, of Pinewald Country Club, Pinehurst, NC, formerly of Columbia, MD, died as the result of injuries from an auto accident in Troy. Mr. Conradi retired from Sun Micro Systems and moved to Pinewald Country Club in 2001 from Columbia, MD. He is survived by his wife Charlotte Hartley Conradi, daughters Natalie C. Schimick, of Madison WI, and Nicole Conradi of Baltimore, MD, a sister Lynn C. Knight of Sacramento, CA, and two granddaughters Remy and Margaux Schimick.
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