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June 13, 2006
On June 9, 2006; beloved son of Richard M. and L. Louise Carnahan; dear brother of Brian R. (Cathy) Carnahan and uncle of Dale M. and Kelsey M. Carnahan. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Roy and Ruth Dodson and Wayne and Lettie Rawson. Family and friends may call on Wednesday, June 14, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. at THE FORT LINCOLN FUNERAL HOME, 3401 Bladensburg Rd., Brentwood, MD, where services will be held on Thursday at 1 P.M. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Donor Services, P.O. Box 530577, Baltimore, MD 21263-0577.
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June 13, 2006
On June 9, 2006; beloved son of Richard M. and L. Louise Carnahan; dear brother of Brian R. (Cathy) Carnahan and uncle of Dale M. and Kelsey M. Carnahan. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Roy and Ruth Dodson and Wayne and Lettie Rawson. Family and friends may call on Wednesday, June 14, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. at THE FORT LINCOLN FUNERAL HOME, 3401 Bladensburg Rd., Brentwood, MD, where services will be held on Thursday at 1 P.M. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Donor Services, P.O. Box 530577, Baltimore, MD 21263-0577.
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NEWS
February 6, 2006
On January 31, 2006 MICHAEL L. beloved father of Michael L. Carnahan, Jr. and his wife Beata, dear grandfather of Anna Carnahan, brother of George and William Carnahan. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Family and friends may call at the Kaczorowski Funeral Home, P.A., 1201 Dundalk Avenue on Monday from 5-8 p.m. Memorial services will begin at 7:30 p.m. Further services will be private. CHANDLER, United States Air Force Veteran; beloved husband of Linda Chandler (nee Chastain) loving father of Danielle Renee Chandler and Nicole Aimee Chandler; dear brother of Mark Chandler, June Starcher and Marie Shaparo.
NEWS
February 6, 2006
On January 31, 2006 MICHAEL L. beloved father of Michael L. Carnahan, Jr. and his wife Beata, dear grandfather of Anna Carnahan, brother of George and William Carnahan. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Family and friends may call at the Kaczorowski Funeral Home, P.A., 1201 Dundalk Avenue on Monday from 5-8 p.m. Memorial services will begin at 7:30 p.m. Further services will be private. CHANDLER, United States Air Force Veteran; beloved husband of Linda Chandler (nee Chastain) loving father of Danielle Renee Chandler and Nicole Aimee Chandler; dear brother of Mark Chandler, June Starcher and Marie Shaparo.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 6, 1996
Steve Carnahan called it a nostalgic moment, and said he was incredibly honored to be in an elect group of folks who have made a key difference in the sport.He was lauded formally Saturday before the state wrestling finals at Western Maryland College by being named to the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association's Wrestling Hall of Fame.MPSSAA Executive Secretary Ned Sparks, who was varsity wrestling coach at Howard when Carnahan started coaching at Oakland Mills, presented him with a plaque, and Carnahan had the honor of presenting awards to the state champions, along with another 1996 Hall of Fame entrant, Buddy Hepfer of Arundel.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 30, 1997
Oakland Mills inducted Chet Gee, Darryl Gee and Steve Carnahan into its Sports Hall of Fame during halftime of its homecoming football game last Saturday.Chet, who died in an automobile accident Feb. 28, led the Scorpions football team to its first winning season (8-2) in 1978 and to an undefeated regular season (10-0) his senior year in 1979.Chet accepted a scholarship to Duke, where he was a three-year starter at defensive back. He then played professionally for the United States Football League's Jacksonville Bulls for five years.
NEWS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | May 20, 1992
Dan Ricker, who took over the Oakland Mills wrestling program four years ago and led the Scorpions to four straight county titles, has been fired and replaced by Steve Carnahan. Carnahan had coached the Scorpions for 14 successful seasons before Ricker took over.Ricker, a controversial figure known as much for his sharp tongue and fiery competitive nature as for his coaching skill, said he sensed his days were numbered after meeting with Oakland Mills principal Dave Bruzga when the wrestling season ended in March.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 16, 1998
Ending a standoff of several hours, Baltimore County police fired tear gas into a Dundalk-area home, then burst in last night and found the body of a man who apparently shot himself.The body of Joseph Carnahan, 41, of the 8000 block of Wallace Road in Charlesmont was found about 11: 20 p.m., police said.Police said the standoff began after Carnahan allegedly shot his wife, Christine, in the upper torso in the back yard about 5: 10 p.m., then locked himself in the house. Carnahan was arrested Saturday after assaulting his wife but returned to their home yesterday after posting $3,500 bond, police said.
NEWS
May 19, 2004
On May 18, 2004; ARCH C. HODGE, JR., beloved husband of the late Mary (nee Deyerle) Hodge; step-father of Jack & Stephen Carnahan; dear brother of Mazie Hudson; grandfather of Kim Caldwell, Jessica & Katelin Carnahan. All Services and Interment are private at the request of the family. Please direct inquiries to the family owned Slack Funeral Home, P.A., 410-465-4400. Those who desire may direct memorials in Mr. Hodge's name to Wednesday's Child, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 777 N. Capital Street, N.E., Suite 300, Washington, DC 20002, Attn: Terri Braxton.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Terry Lawson and Terry Lawson,KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS | June 26, 2003
Though most moviegoers never got past 8 Mile, there was another Detroit movie released last year -- well, almost a Detroit movie. Joe Carnahan set his low-budget cop drama Narc there, but the producers insisted on taking advantage of Toronto's cheaper dollar and production rebates. With that, Jason Patric, cast as a damaged detective who reluctantly joins wild-card vet Ray Liotta to find his partner's killer, threatened to bolt. A stickler for authenticity -- "Toronto's not Detroit," he said -- Patric stayed on the force only after he was assigned a guerrilla camera crew who spent a couple of days in the city making sure the film had real Detroit grit.
NEWS
May 19, 2004
On May 18, 2004; ARCH C. HODGE, JR., beloved husband of the late Mary (nee Deyerle) Hodge; step-father of Jack & Stephen Carnahan; dear brother of Mazie Hudson; grandfather of Kim Caldwell, Jessica & Katelin Carnahan. All Services and Interment are private at the request of the family. Please direct inquiries to the family owned Slack Funeral Home, P.A., 410-465-4400. Those who desire may direct memorials in Mr. Hodge's name to Wednesday's Child, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 777 N. Capital Street, N.E., Suite 300, Washington, DC 20002, Attn: Terri Braxton.
NEWS
March 29, 2004
Mary Deyerle Hodge, a retired secretary for Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, died Tuesday after a prolonged illness at Frederick Memorial Hospital. She was 75 and lived in Mount Airy. Born Mary Deyerle in Princeton, W.Va., she graduated from Central High School in Washington in 1946. After marrying Arch Hodge in 1960, she went to work at the Hopkins lab in 1963. She retired in 1993. She was an active gardener, enjoyed reading and traveled extensively. She also conducted genealogical research on her family.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Terry Lawson and Terry Lawson,KNIGHT RIDDER NEWSPAPERS | June 26, 2003
Though most moviegoers never got past 8 Mile, there was another Detroit movie released last year -- well, almost a Detroit movie. Joe Carnahan set his low-budget cop drama Narc there, but the producers insisted on taking advantage of Toronto's cheaper dollar and production rebates. With that, Jason Patric, cast as a damaged detective who reluctantly joins wild-card vet Ray Liotta to find his partner's killer, threatened to bolt. A stickler for authenticity -- "Toronto's not Detroit," he said -- Patric stayed on the force only after he was assigned a guerrilla camera crew who spent a couple of days in the city making sure the film had real Detroit grit.
FEATURES
By Mike Morris and Mike Morris,SUN STAFF | January 4, 2003
All Jason Patric wants to do is eat a crab cake sandwich, get lost in the crowded walkway surrounding Baltimore's Inner Harbor and stroll through the National Aquarium. "Do you think they have duckbill platypuses?" the actor asks, looking at the aquarium from his sixth-floor window in the Harbor Court Hotel. "I really like duckbill platypuses.'" He'd prefer to spend this brisk late-fall morning discussing unusual Australian mammals, but he can't. Against all sorts of odds, Patric is the star of a movie that is generating the kind of buzz many actors only dream of, and he feels obligated to promote it. Three years ago, it was unclear whether the movie would even get made.
NEWS
November 6, 2002
U.S. SENATE Republicans take control GOP's Dole wins in N.C., Sununu triumphs in N.H.; Democrat Carnahan defeated in Mo. KEY RACES Georgia Chambliss (R) ....................... 53% Cleland (D) ......................................... 46% 96% reporting Missouri Talent (R) ........................................... 50% Carnahan (D) ..................................... 48% 96% reporting U.S. HOUSE Ruppersberger, Van Hollen win GOP retains majority in House; Md. Republicans Bentley and Morella defeated.
NEWS
By Steve Chapman | October 29, 2002
CHICAGO -- Election Day is approaching, and like kids on Christmas Eve, both parties are atwitter over what they might get. Democrats and Republicans are both hoping for control of the Senate, which the Democrats now dominate. Normally, one party is doomed to disappointment. But this year, both could get their wish. How can that be? It's the result partly of some oddities of this particular election -- and partly of a grossly outdated constitutional provision that leaves a long delay between the time voters choose their representatives and the time those representatives take office.
NEWS
November 6, 2002
U.S. SENATE Republicans take control GOP's Dole wins in N.C., Sununu triumphs in N.H.; Democrat Carnahan defeated in Mo. KEY RACES Georgia Chambliss (R) ....................... 53% Cleland (D) ......................................... 46% 96% reporting Missouri Talent (R) ........................................... 50% Carnahan (D) ..................................... 48% 96% reporting U.S. HOUSE Ruppersberger, Van Hollen win GOP retains majority in House; Md. Republicans Bentley and Morella defeated.
NEWS
March 29, 2004
Mary Deyerle Hodge, a retired secretary for Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, died Tuesday after a prolonged illness at Frederick Memorial Hospital. She was 75 and lived in Mount Airy. Born Mary Deyerle in Princeton, W.Va., she graduated from Central High School in Washington in 1946. After marrying Arch Hodge in 1960, she went to work at the Hopkins lab in 1963. She retired in 1993. She was an active gardener, enjoyed reading and traveled extensively. She also conducted genealogical research on her family.
NEWS
By Jules Witcover | October 28, 2002
ST. LOUIS -- Ever since Democratic Sen. Jean Carnahan took office under unusual and sad circumstances nearly two years ago, Republicans have been raising one question above all others: whether she is competent to fill the shoes of her husband, Missouri Gov. Mel Carnahan, who was elected to the Senate after he had died in a plane crash. That question was at the fore the other night as she faced the Republican nominee, former Rep. Jim Talent, in the first televised debate in their fight to win the remaining four years in Mr. Carnahan's term.
NEWS
By Jack W. Germond and Jules Witcover | October 20, 2000
ST. LOUIS -- Only twice in the last century, when Missouri went for William Jennings Bryan for president in 1900 and for Adlai E. Stevenson in 1956, have the voters of the state failed to be with the winner. Whether this record connotes a special political wisdom on their part, Missouri's voters have been getting attention from this fall's presidential candidates beyond what might have been expected for a state that has only 11 electoral votes. But the tightness of the race, and expectations that the result will be close, have lured Al Gore and George W. Bush to several smaller states that in other years have seen little of the presidential candidates in the home stretch of the contest for the White House.
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