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October 2, 2005
On Wednesday, September 28, 2005, CHARLES S. BRANNON, father of La Tanya Brannon; grandfather of Durian Queen; son of Mary L. Brannon; brother of Mary B. Wood, Juanita Blackmon-Nicholson and Maggie Curtis. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Viewing will be held on Sunday, October 2, 1 to 4 P.M. at Jeff Miller Funeral Home - Miller Metropolitan Chapel, 639 N. Broadway, Baltimore. Wake, Monday, October 3, 11 A.M. at Knox Presbyterian Church, 1300 N. Eden Street, Baltimore, followed by Funeral 11:30 A.M. Interment, Arbutus Memorial Park.
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2011
Daniel Brannon fought back tears as he spoke of going from childhood addiction to recovery in his 40s. He recounted those along the way who never gave up on him through countless stints of rehabilitation, homelessness, imprisonment and failed attempts at sobriety. Now sober for nearly five years, Brannon, 48, graduated from Anne Arundel Community College in May with an associate's degree in applied science focused on addiction counseling; he now works at a treatment center. Brannon's triumphs have made him a finalist for the Pearson Prize for Higher Education, a national award honoring college students who serve their communities.
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SPORTS
By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | August 9, 2004
Having gone undrafted and ignored in the June amateur draft, Evan Brannon was content to work at the Ripken Baseball camps in Aberdeen. He had no complaints about the direction his professional life was headed because he loved teaching the sport. Turns out he wasn't done playing it. When the Orioles needed a middle infielder for their short-season Single-A affiliate, they found one already positioned in Aberdeen. Brannon, 22, signed with the IronBirds over the Fourth of July weekend, putting his other job on hold.
NEWS
October 2, 2005
On Wednesday, September 28, 2005, CHARLES S. BRANNON, father of La Tanya Brannon; grandfather of Durian Queen; son of Mary L. Brannon; brother of Mary B. Wood, Juanita Blackmon-Nicholson and Maggie Curtis. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Viewing will be held on Sunday, October 2, 1 to 4 P.M. at Jeff Miller Funeral Home - Miller Metropolitan Chapel, 639 N. Broadway, Baltimore. Wake, Monday, October 3, 11 A.M. at Knox Presbyterian Church, 1300 N. Eden Street, Baltimore, followed by Funeral 11:30 A.M. Interment, Arbutus Memorial Park.
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By Nancy Pate and Nancy Pate,The Orlando Sentinel | April 28, 1996
"Tularosa," by Michael McGarrity. Norton. 304 pages. $25 This accomplished first novel takes its name from the area in southern New Mexico that was home for main character Kevin Kerney, currently the Santa Fe police chief. Working with Army investigator Sara Brannon, Kerney sets out on horseback through the rugged landscape in search of an AWOL soldier.The whodunit aspects are the least of McGarrity's fast-paced story. More fun is watching Kerney and Brannon hurdle the many obstacles in their path, from landslides to scorpions to venial villains.
FEATURES
By Sandra Crockett | March 27, 1995
First there is college, then law school, then working long hours as a lowly associate at some law firm. Then, if you are good and lucky and in the right place at the right time, you may get a chance to make partner.As a 40-year-old corporate attorney, Kevin Brannon had reached that point.Mr. Brannon did corporate, franchising and trademark legal work for a firm in Portland, Ore. But he was restless."About the last year or so I was practicing law, it got to be really routine, mundane," he says.
BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | February 12, 1999
In an effort to remain listed on the Nasdaq stock market, Frederick Brewing Co. has filed with the SEC to reverse-split its stock 10-to-1 instead of the 5-to-1 reverse split it requested in December, the company said yesterday.The Frederick-based brewer released sales figures showing growth and said it is working with a financial adviser to identify and evaluate possible mergers and acquisitions, or the possible sale of the company.If the stock split is approved, Frederick Brewing will reduce its outstanding shares from about 14.2 million to about 2.2 million, said Chief Executive Officer Kevin Brannon.
BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | August 18, 1999
Financially troubled Frederick Brewing Co. said yesterday that it narrowed its loss in the second quarter despite a steep decline in sales, and that it is on track to complete a deal this month that would turn over control of the company to a Cleveland-based brewer.The Frederick-based specialty brewer posted a loss of $748,000, or 41 cents a share, compared with a loss of $1.9 million, or $2.04 a share, in the second quarter last year.Sales for the three months that ended June 30 were $1 million, down 37 percent from the $1.6 million reported in the second quarter of 1998, according to Frederick's quarterly filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
NEWS
By Los Angeles Times | October 28, 1991
For $35, a military surplus dealer in Mississippi is selling, straight from the battlefield and freshly deloused, Iraqi army shirts -- just like Saddam Hussein's. Toss in another $10 and he will mail out a genuine Republican Guard beret to match.How about a captured Iraqi night vision telescope? A Michigan merchant is offering them at $2,000 each. He did have Iraqi compasses at $100 apiece, but they sold out within days.Interested in a set of combat photographs, including shots of deadIraqi troops?
BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | July 1, 1999
Financially strapped Frederick Brewing Co. announced yesterday that it has entered into an agreement with Snyder International Brewing Group LLC that gives the Cleveland-based company the exclusive right, until July 25, to acquire a majority interest in the Maryland brewer."
SPORTS
By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | August 9, 2004
Having gone undrafted and ignored in the June amateur draft, Evan Brannon was content to work at the Ripken Baseball camps in Aberdeen. He had no complaints about the direction his professional life was headed because he loved teaching the sport. Turns out he wasn't done playing it. When the Orioles needed a middle infielder for their short-season Single-A affiliate, they found one already positioned in Aberdeen. Brannon, 22, signed with the IronBirds over the Fourth of July weekend, putting his other job on hold.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 24, 2003
An eight-run fourth inning featuring two hits by sophomore Chris Crum, one of them a three-run homer, propelled host Severna Park to a 13-5 romp over Old Mill in Anne Arundel County baseball yesterday. The top-ranked Falcons (11-1) took over first place in the league at 8-1 over the No. 3 Patriots (8-3, 8-2) as Crum, the designated hitter, pulled off the baseball rarity of two hits in one inning. Crum started the big inning with a single to right and scored on catcher Mike Zimmerman's base hit to right.
BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | August 27, 1999
Frederick Brewing Co., which hasn't posted a profit since going public in 1996, said yesterday that it has closed a deal that gives control of the company to a Cleveland-based brewery.Privately held Snyder International Brewing Group LLC purchased 4.4 million newly issued common shares for $2 million in cash, giving it 51 percent of the company's voting stock. The price is equivalent to about 45 cents a share -- 74 percent less than Wednesday's closing price of $1.75. Shares closed yesterday at $1.375, down 37.5 cents, in over-the-counter trading.
BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | August 18, 1999
Financially troubled Frederick Brewing Co. said yesterday that it narrowed its loss in the second quarter despite a steep decline in sales, and that it is on track to complete a deal this month that would turn over control of the company to a Cleveland-based brewer.The Frederick-based specialty brewer posted a loss of $748,000, or 41 cents a share, compared with a loss of $1.9 million, or $2.04 a share, in the second quarter last year.Sales for the three months that ended June 30 were $1 million, down 37 percent from the $1.6 million reported in the second quarter of 1998, according to Frederick's quarterly filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | July 1, 1999
Financially strapped Frederick Brewing Co. announced yesterday that it has entered into an agreement with Snyder International Brewing Group LLC that gives the Cleveland-based company the exclusive right, until July 25, to acquire a majority interest in the Maryland brewer."
BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | February 12, 1999
In an effort to remain listed on the Nasdaq stock market, Frederick Brewing Co. has filed with the SEC to reverse-split its stock 10-to-1 instead of the 5-to-1 reverse split it requested in December, the company said yesterday.The Frederick-based brewer released sales figures showing growth and said it is working with a financial adviser to identify and evaluate possible mergers and acquisitions, or the possible sale of the company.If the stock split is approved, Frederick Brewing will reduce its outstanding shares from about 14.2 million to about 2.2 million, said Chief Executive Officer Kevin Brannon.
BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | August 27, 1999
Frederick Brewing Co., which hasn't posted a profit since going public in 1996, said yesterday that it has closed a deal that gives control of the company to a Cleveland-based brewery.Privately held Snyder International Brewing Group LLC purchased 4.4 million newly issued common shares for $2 million in cash, giving it 51 percent of the company's voting stock. The price is equivalent to about 45 cents a share -- 74 percent less than Wednesday's closing price of $1.75. Shares closed yesterday at $1.375, down 37.5 cents, in over-the-counter trading.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | August 23, 1994
The Baltimore CFLs released three more players yesterday, including defensive tackle Tom Fuhler from the active roster.Also cut were offensive guard O'Neill Glenn of Maryland from the practice roster and wide receiver Shannon Culver from the suspended list.Fuhler, from Tennessee, played in all seven games for the CFLs as a reserve, but his bull-rush style was largely ineffective. He made just three tackles."We're trying to generate more pass rush," coach Don Matthews said. "Style is what we're replacing.
NEWS
By Nancy Pate and Nancy Pate,The Orlando Sentinel | April 28, 1996
"Tularosa," by Michael McGarrity. Norton. 304 pages. $25 This accomplished first novel takes its name from the area in southern New Mexico that was home for main character Kevin Kerney, currently the Santa Fe police chief. Working with Army investigator Sara Brannon, Kerney sets out on horseback through the rugged landscape in search of an AWOL soldier.The whodunit aspects are the least of McGarrity's fast-paced story. More fun is watching Kerney and Brannon hurdle the many obstacles in their path, from landslides to scorpions to venial villains.
FEATURES
By Sandra Crockett | March 27, 1995
First there is college, then law school, then working long hours as a lowly associate at some law firm. Then, if you are good and lucky and in the right place at the right time, you may get a chance to make partner.As a 40-year-old corporate attorney, Kevin Brannon had reached that point.Mr. Brannon did corporate, franchising and trademark legal work for a firm in Portland, Ore. But he was restless."About the last year or so I was practicing law, it got to be really routine, mundane," he says.
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