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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | November 22, 1995
Paul L. Gaudreau, the former president of a Baltimore architectural firm who spent the past two decades working with students with special needs, died of cancer Sunday at Charlestown Retirement Community, where he had lived since 1992. He was 81.The former Ruxton resident retired in 1975 from Gaudreau Inc., an architectural firm founded on North Charles Street in 1932 by VTC his father, Lucien E. D. Gaudreau. The firm designed many area churches, schools and government buildings."There are two things that he was most proud of -- the Loyola College Chapel, which is contemporary Gothic designed in the neoclassic style, and his work designing the renovations at St. Elizabeth School," said his brother, William L. Gaudreau Sr., president of Gaudreau Inc. "The Loyola College Chapel was described in 1949 at its dedication as being a 'prayer in stone.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2013
J. George Kropp, an educator whose career at Calvert Hall College High School teaching social studies and history spanned more than 50 years, died Sunday of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The longtime Loch Raven Village resident was 76. "I call him a legend and an icon. If you knew him, he was always student-centered. He always put the kids first," said Chuck Stembler, principal of Calvert Hall. "He also had a genuine love of his subject and all things history, and he loved the intellectual rigors of history.
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October 2, 2011
Over 50 years ago, Calvert Hall relocated from its cramped site on Cathedral and Mulberry Streets in Baltimore to a more spacious, 30 acre location in Towson. As both the school and the surrounding neighborhood developed, Calvert Hall has taken particular measures to assure harmony for all concerned. Each day, over 1,225 college-bound young men fully utilize our state-of-the-art facilities. Within the last three years alone, over $15 million has been invested on a variety of enhancements ranging from improved landscaping to building additions and renovations that help ensure that Calvert Hall is a safe and comfortable educational environment.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | March 25, 2013
Charles C. Freitag, the longtime director of the music program at Calvert Hall College High School where he was also a founder of its marching, concert and dance bands, died Monday of heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice. The Mays Chapel resident was 92. "Charlie was responsible for building the music program to an outstanding level during his time. He expanded the musical options and started the yearly spring concerts," said Calvert Hall Principal Louis E. Heidrick, who was a friend of Mr. Freitag's for more than 40 years.
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June 10, 2011
Congratulations to the Class of 2011 from Calvert Hall College HighSchool. The school hosted its commencement on June 4 at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. The 2011 graduates are: Joseph Airey Carl Alejandro Adrian Amos Jr. Kyle Appelt Kevin Baron Michael Barron Luke Barsotti John Bartenfelter Martin Barthelme Jr. Connor Batley John Battinelli Andrew Batuure Michael Bell Craig Bennett Gregory Bennett John Bennett Jr. Kevin Beres John Berg Robert Berger Zachary Berkheimer Alexander Biser Taylor Blum Willie Booker III Eric Borkowicz Taylor Borkowicz Matthew Bosse Andrew Bowden Richard Bozel Scott Braase JustinBreidenstein Matthew Bressler Justin Brier Matthew Brock Zachary Brooks Nicolas Budosh Jason Patrick Bundy John Buttner III Tyler Cain Justin Caldwell William Cappuccio Michael Carmen Timothy Carney Daniel Carr Donald Carroll Jr. Joseph Carroll Justin Casey John Casparriello Richard Cavanaugh Sean Cavanaugh Joshua Cerino Edwin Chambers William Cole Jeffrey Cornelius Sean Creel Benjamin Curtis IV Jesse Date William Definbaugh Alexander Dennis Garrett Derbyshire Alexander DeRito Joseph DesNoyer IV Stephen Deveaney César Díaz Matthew Diehl ...
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 24, 2001
A Calvert Hall College High School student was killed yesterday when his car was hit by a sport utility vehicle at an intersection near the Towson school. Andrew "Drew" G. Carlson, 17, of Joppa died at St. Joseph Medical Center, police said. Carlson was a junior at Calvert Hall and a member of the junior varsity water polo team, according to classmates. Carlson, who was driving a Honda Civic, was turning left from La Salle Road onto Goucher Boulevard about 1:30 p.m. when his vehicle was struck by a Toyota 4 Runner, police said.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | April 25, 2001
Patrick J. Cunningham, a Calvert Hall College High School senior who volunteered at Oak Crest Village retirement community, died early Sunday after a car he was driving had a blowout and struck a utility pole in Kingsville. He was 17 and lived in Joppa. An easygoing 6-footer with light curly hair, Mr. Cunningham was remembered yesterday by faculty and students at the Towson school as a hard-working student and caring individual who always had time for others. "He was a warm person who alhad a smile on his face.
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By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | May 28, 2001
A double dose of tragedy has rattled students and teachers at Calvert Hall College High School in Towson in recent weeks, putting a damper on festive graduation parties and the start of summer recess. The deaths of two students - Patrick J. Cunningham and Andrew G. Carlson, both 17 - in separate car accidents within a month has made it difficult for students to concentrate on schoolwork and final exams. "The whole reality of losing two classmates, it's tough," said Chris Miller, 17, a junior at Calvert Hall.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2013
J. George Kropp, an educator whose career at Calvert Hall College High School teaching social studies and history spanned more than 50 years, died Sunday of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The longtime Loch Raven Village resident was 76. "I call him a legend and an icon. If you knew him, he was always student-centered. He always put the kids first," said Chuck Stembler, principal of Calvert Hall. "He also had a genuine love of his subject and all things history, and he loved the intellectual rigors of history.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | March 25, 2013
Charles C. Freitag, the longtime director of the music program at Calvert Hall College High School where he was also a founder of its marching, concert and dance bands, died Monday of heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice. The Mays Chapel resident was 92. "Charlie was responsible for building the music program to an outstanding level during his time. He expanded the musical options and started the yearly spring concerts," said Calvert Hall Principal Louis E. Heidrick, who was a friend of Mr. Freitag's for more than 40 years.
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June 3, 2012
Calvert Hall College High School, in Towson, held its 2012 commencement ceremony on June 2 at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, in Baltimore. The following are members of the Class or 2012: Daniel Asrar Abbasi, Jordan Alexander Abraham, Charles Thomas Alexander Albro, Kevin Joseph Ames, Matthew Richard Amrhein, Matthew Richard Anderson, Timmy Wade Anderson Jr., Austin William Armstrong , Samuel Lee Arvig, Austin Robert Assaf ...
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October 2, 2011
Over 50 years ago, Calvert Hall relocated from its cramped site on Cathedral and Mulberry Streets in Baltimore to a more spacious, 30 acre location in Towson. As both the school and the surrounding neighborhood developed, Calvert Hall has taken particular measures to assure harmony for all concerned. Each day, over 1,225 college-bound young men fully utilize our state-of-the-art facilities. Within the last three years alone, over $15 million has been invested on a variety of enhancements ranging from improved landscaping to building additions and renovations that help ensure that Calvert Hall is a safe and comfortable educational environment.
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By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | May 28, 2001
A double dose of tragedy has rattled students and teachers at Calvert Hall College High School in Towson in recent weeks, putting a damper on festive graduation parties and the start of summer recess. The deaths of two students - Patrick J. Cunningham and Andrew G. Carlson, both 17 - in separate car accidents within a month has made it difficult for students to concentrate on schoolwork and final exams. "The whole reality of losing two classmates, it's tough," said Chris Miller, 17, a junior at Calvert Hall.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 24, 2001
A Calvert Hall College High School student was killed yesterday when his car was hit by a sport utility vehicle at an intersection near the Towson school. Andrew "Drew" G. Carlson, 17, of Joppa died at St. Joseph Medical Center, police said. Carlson was a junior at Calvert Hall and a member of the junior varsity water polo team, according to classmates. Carlson, who was driving a Honda Civic, was turning left from La Salle Road onto Goucher Boulevard about 1:30 p.m. when his vehicle was struck by a Toyota 4 Runner, police said.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | April 25, 2001
Patrick J. Cunningham, a Calvert Hall College High School senior who volunteered at Oak Crest Village retirement community, died early Sunday after a car he was driving had a blowout and struck a utility pole in Kingsville. He was 17 and lived in Joppa. An easygoing 6-footer with light curly hair, Mr. Cunningham was remembered yesterday by faculty and students at the Towson school as a hard-working student and caring individual who always had time for others. "He was a warm person who alhad a smile on his face.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | November 22, 1995
Paul L. Gaudreau, the former president of a Baltimore architectural firm who spent the past two decades working with students with special needs, died of cancer Sunday at Charlestown Retirement Community, where he had lived since 1992. He was 81.The former Ruxton resident retired in 1975 from Gaudreau Inc., an architectural firm founded on North Charles Street in 1932 by VTC his father, Lucien E. D. Gaudreau. The firm designed many area churches, schools and government buildings."There are two things that he was most proud of -- the Loyola College Chapel, which is contemporary Gothic designed in the neoclassic style, and his work designing the renovations at St. Elizabeth School," said his brother, William L. Gaudreau Sr., president of Gaudreau Inc. "The Loyola College Chapel was described in 1949 at its dedication as being a 'prayer in stone.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Joe Nawrozki and Robert A. Erlandson and Joe Nawrozki,Sun Staff Writers | August 3, 1994
It was a painful moment for a man of his calling."I was in shock," the Rev. A. Joseph Maskell declared. "I never had sex with a kid."That was in May, and Father Maskell, pastor of St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Elkridge, was describing his reaction to the first in a series of allegations that he had sexually abused students while he was a chaplain and counselor at Archbishop Keough High School more than two decades ago."It is absolutely untrue," he repeated over and over again in an interview with The Sun in his sparsely furnished rectory office.
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