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June 1, 2003
On May 29, 2003 RICHARD G. (Dick) BRODEN, beloved husband of Elizabeth Ann, his wife of 58 years. Devoted father of Richard G. (Pat) and Christopher W. (Larkin) Broden and Nancy L. Warner. Loving grandfather of Karin A. Peabody (David) and Melissa A. and Julie K. Broden. Dear great grandfather of Andrew E. and Kathryn E. Peabody. He is also survived by a brother, Willard C. Broden (Carol) of Bradenton, FL, and many nieces and nephews. Family will receive friends Monday 5 to 9 P.M. at HARRY H. WITZKE'S FAMILY FUNERAL HOME INC., 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City.
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NEWS
June 3, 2003
Richard G. Broden, a retired Westinghouse Electric Corp. electrical engineer whose 42-year career extended from the Manhattan Project to AWACS surveillance aircraft, died of cancer Thursday at his Ellicott City home. He was 83. Mr. Broden was born and raised in Edgewood, Pa., a suburb of Pittsburgh. He earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in 1942 from Carnegie Tech, now Carnegie Mellon University. He had been working for three months at Pittsburgh Research Laboratories after graduation when he was recruited by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories in Livermore, Calif.
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NEWS
June 3, 2003
Richard G. Broden, a retired Westinghouse Electric Corp. electrical engineer whose 42-year career extended from the Manhattan Project to AWACS surveillance aircraft, died of cancer Thursday at his Ellicott City home. He was 83. Mr. Broden was born and raised in Edgewood, Pa., a suburb of Pittsburgh. He earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in 1942 from Carnegie Tech, now Carnegie Mellon University. He had been working for three months at Pittsburgh Research Laboratories after graduation when he was recruited by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories in Livermore, Calif.
NEWS
June 1, 2003
On May 29, 2003 RICHARD G. (Dick) BRODEN, beloved husband of Elizabeth Ann, his wife of 58 years. Devoted father of Richard G. (Pat) and Christopher W. (Larkin) Broden and Nancy L. Warner. Loving grandfather of Karin A. Peabody (David) and Melissa A. and Julie K. Broden. Dear great grandfather of Andrew E. and Kathryn E. Peabody. He is also survived by a brother, Willard C. Broden (Carol) of Bradenton, FL, and many nieces and nephews. Family will receive friends Monday 5 to 9 P.M. at HARRY H. WITZKE'S FAMILY FUNERAL HOME INC., 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City.
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1999
Westminster coach Bryan Shumaker said after his team's 2-2 decision at No. 8 Mount Hebron yesterday that no one wants to end a game in a tie. But he wasn't complaining, either.That's because the Owls, who were beaten 5-0 two days earlier by fifth-ranked McDonogh, matched the Vikings step for step."We responded very well," said Shumaker. "I'm very proud of the way we played and the effort they put out for 100 minutes."Senior midfielder Mandy Komar, who scored the Owls' first goal, agreed. "We played really well compared to how we did against McDonogh.
SPORTS
By Lonny Weaver and Lonny Weaver,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 4, 1996
Annapolis area sportsman Dick Broden joined myself and Wayne Albaugh recently for an afternoon of great crow shooting.Albaugh and I got the idea of putting together a crow shoot after cruising some familiar central Maryland farms and picking off the distant targets with two .22-250 chambered varmint rifles. The crow is a pest that farmers are glad to see chased from the neighborhood and getting permission to do just that is seldom difficult.We owed Broden some hunting in return for the regular fishing trips we enjoyed aboard his boat last summer and figured correctly that this hunt would be a welcome break from the mid-winter blues.
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By LONNY WEAVER and LONNY WEAVER,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 8, 1995
"Naw, I think the dove season around here is a total bust," my future son-in-law, Richard Gonsman, replied when I half-heartedly suggested an afternoon of scattergunning.His assessment of the early season matched mine, so I countered with, "How about some striped bass fishing?" and got the young man's immediate attention.And that's how I happened to find myself on a boat with three anglers named Richard, which initially presented a bit of a problem. Like seeing three men dive for the same rod when I unthinkingly set up the alarm, "Richard!
SPORTS
By LONNY WEAVER | January 24, 1993
"I've got to admit that I really didn't think today was going to be as great as it turned out to be. I don't know what I was expecting, but it sure wasn't what we just enjoyed," said local sportsman Dick Broden as we pulled out of the Foxy Pheasant Hunting Preserve last Monday.Pheasant hunting throughout my central Maryland home turf has declined so sharply over the past decade that my former ringneck gunning pals and I don't even bother anymore. Take Carroll County Bank & Trust Company vice president Bob Chrest, for example.
SPORTS
By LONNY WEAVER | August 21, 1994
Last week Dick Broden and I launched his boat at Sandy Point for a few hours of carefree fish finding.Fishing from one end of the Chesapeake to the other is as good as I have seen it in some years.For example, while fishing with Captain Eddie Davis recently in the area known as the Middle Grounds, we filled the fish box with speckled trout weighing 3 to 6 pounds, hardhead averaging 3 pounds, jumbo spot, tasty blowfish and schools of breaking snapper blues.The bottom fishing minutes out of Annapolis, Chesapeake Beach and points north, south and east is simply fabulous.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | January 19, 1995
Randallstown showed Woodlawn the importance of fundamentals last night -- over and over again.The ninth-ranked Rams kept things simple, using fundamentals to control play and score a 108-91 victory over host Woodlawn in a Baltimore County Class 3A-4A game.Randallstown (12-1, 11-0) did little flashy in a game that featured 73 free throws. The Rams made coach Kim Rivers happy as they played aggressive defense in addition to good passing, rebounding and even better shooting."We've been stressing basic [things]
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1999
Westminster coach Bryan Shumaker said after his team's 2-2 decision at No. 8 Mount Hebron yesterday that no one wants to end a game in a tie. But he wasn't complaining, either.That's because the Owls, who were beaten 5-0 two days earlier by fifth-ranked McDonogh, matched the Vikings step for step."We responded very well," said Shumaker. "I'm very proud of the way we played and the effort they put out for 100 minutes."Senior midfielder Mandy Komar, who scored the Owls' first goal, agreed. "We played really well compared to how we did against McDonogh.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 6, 1996
It has come to be known simply as "The Steal."Trailing by a point with 13 seconds left in last year's Class 3A state championship game against Thomas Johnson, Randallstown's Troy Lewis stole the ball near midcourt and streaked in for the winning layup, giving the Rams their first-ever state title.For Lewis, it's a sweet memory, for sure, but one he says he now must try and forget."It's like a dream," said the senior point guard, "but it's last year's dream. I'm trying not to dwell on it. I want to do something for this year's team so we can go out just like last year's seniors went out."
SPORTS
By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 3, 1996
Minutes after defeating Dundalk for the Class 3A North region title, several members of the victorious Randallstown team held their championship plaques over their heads in celebration.One player, however, reminded his teammates that there was more work to be done."This is nothing," he said. "We want to win back-to-back state titles."The defending Class 3A state champion Rams moved one step closer to their goal with yesterday's 70-62 win over host Dundalk.No. 12 Randallstown advances to the state semifinals for the third consecutive year and the fourth time since 1990.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 1, 1996
For nearly three quarters last night, the upstart Parkville Knights showed 12th-ranked Randallstown how ball control, aggressive defense and smart shot selection can get the best of even the most talented team.For the final 12 minutes, however, the Rams made a resounding statement of their own.You can't keep a good team down.Having lost the momentum and nearly a double-digit lead, the defending Class 3A state champions regained command, outscoring the Knights, 39-22, over the final 11:45 en route to an 83-62 victory in the Class 3A North region semifinals.
SPORTS
By Lonny Weaver and Lonny Weaver,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 4, 1996
Annapolis area sportsman Dick Broden joined myself and Wayne Albaugh recently for an afternoon of great crow shooting.Albaugh and I got the idea of putting together a crow shoot after cruising some familiar central Maryland farms and picking off the distant targets with two .22-250 chambered varmint rifles. The crow is a pest that farmers are glad to see chased from the neighborhood and getting permission to do just that is seldom difficult.We owed Broden some hunting in return for the regular fishing trips we enjoyed aboard his boat last summer and figured correctly that this hunt would be a welcome break from the mid-winter blues.
SPORTS
By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 29, 1995
History wasn't on Edmondson's side going into last night's game against Broadneck in the finals of the Wes Unseld #F Tournament.In two previous trips to the championship game, Edmondson lost. Then last night, the Redskins watched a 12-point fourth-quarter disappear.But a funny thing happened to Edmondson on the way to blowing an opportunity to win the title.It didn't.The Redskins regrouped in overtime, scoring the first six points of the period and upsetting the No. 11 Bruins, 72-60, at Catonsville Community College.
SPORTS
By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 28, 1995
For the seventh time in 10 trips to Catonsville Community College, Broadneck earned a trip to the finals of the Wes Unseld Tournament, defeating No. 9 Randallstown, 61-53, last night.Jamaine Young led all scorers with 24 points for Broadneck (4-1) and Mike Tasker added 15. Brian Broden led Randallstown (4-2) with 13 points and Lamont Clark had 12 points and Troy Lewis scored 10.The Bruins will meet Edmondson for the championship tonight at 8, in a rematch of the 1990 title game won by Broadneck, which was its the fourth straight title.
SPORTS
By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 29, 1995
History wasn't on Edmondson's side going into last night's game against Broadneck in the finals of the Wes Unseld #F Tournament.In two previous trips to the championship game, Edmondson lost. Then last night, the Redskins watched a 12-point fourth-quarter disappear.But a funny thing happened to Edmondson on the way to blowing an opportunity to win the title.It didn't.The Redskins regrouped in overtime, scoring the first six points of the period and upsetting the No. 11 Bruins, 72-60, at Catonsville Community College.
SPORTS
By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 28, 1995
For the seventh time in 10 trips to Catonsville Community College, Broadneck earned a trip to the finals of the Wes Unseld Tournament, defeating No. 9 Randallstown, 61-53, last night.Jamaine Young led all scorers with 24 points for Broadneck (4-1) and Mike Tasker added 15. Brian Broden led Randallstown (4-2) with 13 points and Lamont Clark had 12 points and Troy Lewis scored 10.The Bruins will meet Edmondson for the championship tonight at 8, in a rematch of the 1990 title game won by Broadneck, which was its the fourth straight title.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 9, 1995
Randallstown's Troy Lewis showed up for last night's game against visiting Woodlawn with his name shaved into the back of his head.Now, it's also engraved on the Warriors' brains.The 5-foot-10 playmaker scored 15 of his game-high 21 points in the first half, staking the defending Class 3A state champions to an early lead. Six-eight sophomore Dominique Liverpool then finished the job, coming off the bench for 20 points and 12 rebounds to lead the No. 8-ranked Rams to a 99-70 win over No. 17 Woodlawn in a non-league game.
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