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March 22, 1997
Northrop Grumman Corp.'s Electronic Sensors and Systems Division in Linthicum has promoted three executives in the wake of the departure of a longtime senior manager.Milton F. Borkowski, 60, has stepped down as vice president and general manager of the Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence and Naval Systems business unit. Borkowski retired a year ago from the former Westinghouse Electric Corp. plant after almost 40 years of service, but stayed on to assist with the transition to Northrop Grumman's ownership.
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June 13, 2006
On June 8, 2006, WILLIAM "Bill" WHITE GALLION, III, of Harve de Grace, MD; beloved husband of Myra L. R. Gallion; devoted father of Teresa A. Gallion Fountain and her husband Thomas Fountain, III, Stephanie Maire Gallion, Christine N. Gallion; step-father of Robert Sean Ryan, David Kain Ryan and Daniel Patrick Ryan; loving son of Charlotte Mae Chenowith Gallion and the late William White Gallion Jr. Brother of Carol L. Gallion Weitzel and her husband, Theodore...
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June 11, 2006
On June 8, 2006, WILLIAM "Bill" WHITE GALLION, III, of Harve de Grace, MD; beloved husband of Myra L. R. Gallion; devoted father of Teresa A. Gallion Fountain and her husband Thomas Fountain, III, Stephanie Marie Gallion, Christine N. Gallion; step-father of Robert Sean Ryan, David Kain Ryan and Daniel Patrick Ryan; loving brother of Carol L. Gallion Weitzel and her husband, Theodore Weitzel. Survived by five grandchildren, Thomas S. Fountain, IV, Jenna E. Fountain, Hunter B. Ryan, Avery Munson and Abigail Trinity Ryan; uncle of Pastor Kimberly Nunberg, Victoria M. Weitzell, Lynnea Grebe Jackson, Jennifer Grebe, Devon Borkowski and John Michael Borkowski.
NEWS
January 4, 2006
On January 1 , 2006, SOPHIE JULIA (nee Kropkowski), beloved wife of the late Milton Borkowski, devoted mother of Catherine Bailey and her husband Ralph, Milton Borkowski and his wife Janice, Barbara Gunther and her husband Frank, dear sister of Anthony and Stanley Kropkowski, Helen Piluk and Theresa Reynolds. Loving grandmother of Eric Zaranski and his wife Kim, Dawn Blanchette and her husband Kevin, Todd Zaranski and his wife Tricia, Keith Zaranski and his wife Sara, Greg Zaranski and his wife Krista, Tracy Callens and her husband Bob, David Borkowski and his wife Adrienne, Jim Borkowski and his wife Lynn, Valerie Bimsteffer and her husband Jim, Christine Callahan and her husband Steve, Ken Bailey and his wife Marcy, Mike Bailey and his wife Betty, Donna Gniewek and her husband Ken, Ronald Bailey and his wife Julie, Mary Kaye Smith and her husband Jim, Virginia Black and her husband Randy, Kristine Grove and her husband Butch, Scott Gunther and his wife Cathy and the late Michael Borkowski.
SPORTS
July 21, 1994
Dear Mr. Baseball:If the Orioles happen to win the American League pennant in 1994, Johnny Oates would be the AL All-Star team manager next year. But what if before the All-Star Game, he got fired and went to another team? Would he still be the manager, or would the new Orioles manager get the honor?Tracey BorkowskiBaltimoreDear Tracey Borkowski:Your question sounds like the premise for an exciting made-for-TV movie. Casting suggestions: Dennis Weaver as manager Oates, Charles Durning as mercurial Orioles owner Peter Angelos and Valerie Bertinelli as the young peanut vendor who befriends them both.
NEWS
By Kevin Harrison | July 30, 1995
The volunteers: How are Rachael Borkowski, 16, of Millersville (left) and Audrey Bellamy, 17, of Glen Burnie spending some of their summer vacation? Volunteering with Partners In Care, a program that assists elderly or disabled people with various needs.Rachael, who will be a junior at Old Mill High School in the fall, has been a volunteer with Partners in Care since January, primarily doing grocery shopping for clients.Joining the program as part of her school's service learning project, Rachael has continued her work during the summer for one elderly man in particular, taking his grocery list and doing his shopping about every two weeks.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2005
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Making his first appearance of the spring, Orioles reliever Jorge Julio tossed a scoreless eighth inning yesterday in a 5-1 loss to the New York Mets. He will pitch again tomorrow or Wednesday. Julio gave up one hit, a single by Tom Pachot. Seven of his 10 pitches were strikes. "I feel fine," said Julio, who was placed on a throwing program early in camp because of a strained right forearm. "I'll keep working on my mechanics and my pitches. Everything." The Mets made solid contact but had trouble getting around on his fastball.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2004
It had been 35 years since the Orioles went undefeated on a seven-game homestand, and when they finished that feat yesterday, they had a story that could last the years. Someday, Miguel Tejada and Melvin Mora may recall this day when Tejada was so sick, he spent most of the morning and several moments between innings throwing up in wrenching pain. Tejada was so sick, he grimaced toward Mora and asked him to pick up the slack. So Mora went out and hit a two-run homer in the first inning.
BUSINESS
March 11, 1991
One on One is a weekly feature offering excerpts of interviews conducted by The Evening Sun with newsworthy business leaders. Louis Grasmick is president of the Louis Grasmick Lumber Co. Inc. and vice president of the Kuwait-Maryland Partnership, a coalition of Maryland businesses formed to export goods and services to war-torn Kuwait.Q.Who came up with the idea for a business coalition to export goods to Kuwait and how did the Kuwait-Maryland Partnership get off the ground?A.The initiative began when a friend, Bill Parsons, visited me and asked me if I thought this had any merit.
NEWS
January 14, 2004
On Monday, January 12, 2004 EDWARD JOHN BORKOWSKI, age 71, of Baltimore, MD, beloved husband of Ada L. Borkowski (nee Miller); devoted step-father of Rosemary Vaughn, Robert Miller, Frank Miller, Roger Miller and James Miller; loving step-grandfather of six. He was the cherished brother of Daniel Borkowski and Genevieve Snyder. Friends may call at the LOUDON PARK FUNERAL HOME, 3620 Wilkens Ave, on Thursday, January 15 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M., where a Funeral Service will be held on Friday, January 16 at 1:30 P.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2005
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Making his first appearance of the spring, Orioles reliever Jorge Julio tossed a scoreless eighth inning yesterday in a 5-1 loss to the New York Mets. He will pitch again tomorrow or Wednesday. Julio gave up one hit, a single by Tom Pachot. Seven of his 10 pitches were strikes. "I feel fine," said Julio, who was placed on a throwing program early in camp because of a strained right forearm. "I'll keep working on my mechanics and my pitches. Everything." The Mets made solid contact but had trouble getting around on his fastball.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | August 23, 2004
With starter Dave Borkowski pitching 1 1/3 innings of relief in the Orioles' 8-5 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays yesterday, his status as Wednesday's starter in Oakland is in doubt. Orioles manager Lee Mazzilli said that Borkowski likely will be available, but he stopped short of guaranteeing that he'll make the start. Borkowski, who was hit for the loss to Toronto on Friday, has surrendered nine runs in his past two starts covering 8 2/3 innings. "I don't know yet," said Mazzilli when asked whether Borkowski will make his scheduled start.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2004
It had been 35 years since the Orioles went undefeated on a seven-game homestand, and when they finished that feat yesterday, they had a story that could last the years. Someday, Miguel Tejada and Melvin Mora may recall this day when Tejada was so sick, he spent most of the morning and several moments between innings throwing up in wrenching pain. Tejada was so sick, he grimaced toward Mora and asked him to pick up the slack. So Mora went out and hit a two-run homer in the first inning.
SPORTS
By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2004
When the Detroit Tigers released David Borkowski last year, setting the scene for his stirring comeback with the Orioles, it wasn't your typical baseball transaction. Growing up in Michigan, Borkowski knew about everything there was to know about the Detroit franchise. He can still remember skipping grade school to watch his beloved Tigers play in the 1984 and 1987 playoffs. For a long time, he was living his dream. The Tigers drafted him out of Sterling Heights (Mich.) High and brought him to the majors in time to pitch the second-to-last game at Tiger Stadium in 1999.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | July 29, 2004
A growing panic has spread across New England this month, as Red Sox Nation waits to see if the rival New York Yankees will trade for five-time Cy Young winner Randy Johnson. Silly Boston fans. For all the energy they've spent thinking about that lanky left-hander, their team had enough trouble last night dealing with a stocky Orioles right-hander named Dave Borkowski. In another game that showed why baseball can be so unpredictable, Borkowski outpitched Curt Schilling, and Javy Lopez turned in his first multi-homer game of the season, as the Orioles defeated the Red Sox, 4-1, before 45,780 at Camden Yards.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | July 6, 2004
One move solved two problems for the Orioles yesterday. Needing to make room for Game 2 starter Dave Borkowski, and unable to wait for an injured player to get healthy on the active roster, the Orioles placed Melvin Mora on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring. The move is retroactive to Saturday, after Mora left the previous game in the ninth inning. He's eligible to return July 18, when the club is in St. Petersburg, Fla., to play Tampa Bay. Three days are covered by the All-Star break.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | July 6, 2004
Back in spring training, the scenario that unfolded yesterday at Camden Yards would have sounded rather preposterous to the Orioles. Here they were at midseason, riddled with injuries, wiped out from exhaustion, facing the ominous prospect of a day-night doubleheader against the red-hot Tampa Bay Devil Rays. And who should step forward in the sweltering heat to cool their frazzled nerves? Daniel Cabrera and Dave Borkowski, of course. Cabrera continued to play the unlikely role as this team's most reliable starter, pitching into the seventh inning, as the Orioles won the first game, 4-2. Then in the nightcap, Borkowski made his first major league start since 2000 and carried a shutout bid into the ninth inning, as the Orioles completed the sweep with an 8-2 victory.
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