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March 25, 2004
On March 18, 2004, DANIEL R. BRASHEAR; age 38; beloved son of the late Carl and Cecelia Brashear; devoted father of Alivia and stepson Steven; cherished brother of Elizabeth, Thomas, William, Valerie and Gary. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and loved ones. Interment private. Arrangements by Bradley-Ashton Matthews Funeral Home, Inc.
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By Edward Lee | February 24, 2012
A pair of developments that went largely unnoticed in Towson's 12-6 loss to No. 2 Johns Hopkins a week ago was the absences of senior attackman Matt Lamon and sophomore Andrew Hodgson from the starting lineup. Junior Dan Kramer made his first start of the season, joining junior Matt Hughes and senior Sean Maguire on attack. Senior Michael Brashears was added to the first midfield of sophomore Thomas DeNapoli and freshman Justin Mabus. Coach Shawn Nadelen did not provide much detail on Hughes' demotion, saying only, “Dan Kramer got his opportunity there.” But Nadelen was more expansive about Hodgson's absence.
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SPORTS
January 10, 2008
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Capitals got two goals, from Donald Brashear and David Steckel in the third period, and Olie Kolzig made 18 saves in a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche last night. The game was scoreless until Brashear scored 2:51 into the third period. Matt Bradley skated from behind the net and directed a pass to Brooks Laich, whose shot from the left circle was tipped past Jose Theodore by Brashear. With 3:59 left, Steckel tapped the puck off a Colorado defender and past an out-of-position Theodore, who made 21 saves, for a 2-0 lead.
SPORTS
By From Sun staff and news services | April 28, 2009
Capitals' Brashear suspended 6 games nhl Washington Capitals forward Donald Brashear was suspended Monday by the NHL for a total of six games - five for what the league called a "blind-side hit" on New York Rangers center Blair Betts - and will miss Game 7 of the teams' first-round playoff series. In addition to leveling Betts midway through the first period of Washington's 5-3 victory at New York in Game 6 on Sunday, Brashear made contact with Colton Orr in pre-game warm-ups and was barred from one game for that.
SPORTS
February 24, 1997
Basketball Grizzlies: Activated G Chris Robinson from injured list. Hockey NHL: Suspended Canucks LW Donald Brashear and Flyers D Michel Petit one game each, pending hearings, for incidents in games Saturday. Brashear punched Kings C Ian Laperriere. Petit kneed Panthers F Johan Garpenlov. Panthers: Recalled LW Craig Fisher from AHL Carolina. Pub Date: 2/24/97
SPORTS
October 20, 1999
Canucks: Donald Brashear broke an 18-game goal-scoring drought dating back to last March 20. Greg Hawgood scored a third-period goal for his 200th career point.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN FILM CRITIC | November 10, 2000
When a film says it'sinspired by the lifeof somebody, thenpaints that some-body as the mostheroic figure sinceHercules, thereought to be an accompanying documentary. It would be nice to know how much of what we've just seen really happened and how much was Hollywood myth making. "Men of Honor," based on the life of Carl Brashear, the first African-American Navy diver, is undeniably mythic in scope and emotionally affecting. When people do good in this film, the trumpets start blaring, the flags start flying, and the audience's tears start gushing.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN FILM CRITIC | November 10, 2000
When a film says it'sinspired by the lifeof somebody, thenpaints that some-body as the mostheroic figure sinceHercules, thereought to be an accompanying documentary. It would be nice to know how much of what we've just seen really happened and how much was Hollywood myth making. "Men of Honor," based on the life of Carl Brashear, the first African-American Navy diver, is undeniably mythic in scope and emotionally affecting. When people do good in this film, the trumpets start blaring, the flags start flying, and the audience's tears start gushing.
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By Edward M. Eveld and Edward M. Eveld,KANSAS CITY STAR | April 11, 1998
About the first week of May, if all goes well, 52-year-old Sheila Brashear of North Kansas City, Mo., will have trekked to the base camp on Mount Everest. On crutches.There, at 17,500 feet, Brashear will celebrate 32 years as a cancer survivor.She was just 20 when she lost a leg to bone cancer. Never comfortable with a prosthesis because of a high amputation, Brashear has walked on crutches ever since."I was very lucky. The odds were against me," said Brashear, about her cancer, a tumor on the upper thigh.
NEWS
By Michael Olesker | April 19, 2001
WHEN Daniel Brashear arose from sleep each morning and inhaled his first gentle cigarette puff of the day, he imagined himself a citizen. This was a mistake, as Judge Frederic N. Smalkin informed him the other day. Brashear is merely a prison inmate, and distinctions have to be made. This is not always so easy. It is one thing for prisoners to have television sets in their cells so they can enjoy the civilizing effects of Jerry Springer. It is another thing to have radios in their cells to enjoy the gentle ambience of Howard Stern.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2009
The Broadneck boys lacrosse team played almost flawlessly Friday night against visiting Arundel by controlling the majority of loose balls, shutting down the Wildcats' offense with crunching checks and capitalizing on its opportunities on the attack. The Bruins are looking to make a deep run in the playoffs with seven returning seniors, and their poise and some big plays by underclassmen were the difference in the 10-4 victory. Sophomore Mark Brashears led Broadneck with four goals, and senior goalie Houston Zemanski came up big with nine saves when Arundel managed to find an opening in Broadneck's aggressive defense.
SPORTS
January 10, 2008
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Capitals got two goals, from Donald Brashear and David Steckel in the third period, and Olie Kolzig made 18 saves in a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche last night. The game was scoreless until Brashear scored 2:51 into the third period. Matt Bradley skated from behind the net and directed a pass to Brooks Laich, whose shot from the left circle was tipped past Jose Theodore by Brashear. With 3:59 left, Steckel tapped the puck off a Colorado defender and past an out-of-position Theodore, who made 21 saves, for a 2-0 lead.
NEWS
July 28, 2006
Charles W. Bray III, 72, who was press secretary for Secretary of State William P. Rogers during tumultuous times in the Nixon administration, died of pneumonia Sunday at his home in Milwaukee. Mr. Bray, who later became an ambassador, was the State Department's chief spokesman for much of the Vietnam War and during border disputes between India and Pakistan and continuing American tensions with the Soviet Union. But President Richard M. Nixon had come to rely more heavily on the counsel of his national security adviser, Henry A. Kissinger, than on the State Department.
NEWS
March 19, 2006
On Thursday, March 16, 2006, MRS. LILLIAN KING-BRASHERS, beloved wife of Gordon E. Brashears; beloved mother of Jim Kelley and wife Colleen; beloved grandmother of Sean and Megan. She was predeceased by her previous husband Jim King. Friends may call at the LOUDON PARK FUNERAL HOME, 3620 Wilkens Ave. on Saturday, March 18, from 6 to 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 19, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday, March 20 at St. Elizabeth's Chapel, 3320 Benson Ave., Baltimore.
NEWS
March 25, 2004
On March 18, 2004, DANIEL R. BRASHEAR; age 38; beloved son of the late Carl and Cecelia Brashear; devoted father of Alivia and stepson Steven; cherished brother of Elizabeth, Thomas, William, Valerie and Gary. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and loved ones. Interment private. Arrangements by Bradley-Ashton Matthews Funeral Home, Inc.
SPORTS
By From Sun staff and news services | April 28, 2009
Capitals' Brashear suspended 6 games nhl Washington Capitals forward Donald Brashear was suspended Monday by the NHL for a total of six games - five for what the league called a "blind-side hit" on New York Rangers center Blair Betts - and will miss Game 7 of the teams' first-round playoff series. In addition to leveling Betts midway through the first period of Washington's 5-3 victory at New York in Game 6 on Sunday, Brashear made contact with Colton Orr in pre-game warm-ups and was barred from one game for that.
NEWS
July 28, 2006
Charles W. Bray III, 72, who was press secretary for Secretary of State William P. Rogers during tumultuous times in the Nixon administration, died of pneumonia Sunday at his home in Milwaukee. Mr. Bray, who later became an ambassador, was the State Department's chief spokesman for much of the Vietnam War and during border disputes between India and Pakistan and continuing American tensions with the Soviet Union. But President Richard M. Nixon had come to rely more heavily on the counsel of his national security adviser, Henry A. Kissinger, than on the State Department.
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