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By Deidre N. McCabe and Kristine Antonelli and Deidre N. McCabe and Kristine Antonelli,Staff Writers | August 19, 1992
For weeks, the neighborhood kids in Glenchester had been complaining that a man once charged with sexual child abuse was back, propositioning them. And when Steve LeMaster heard the youngsters shouting, "There he is, there he is," Monday afternoon, he took off in pursuit.Along with police, he chased the man they know only as "Uncle Chuckie," between buildings at nearby Glen Burnie High School until he caught him by the scruff of the neck."I told him, 'You aren't going anywhere,' " Mr. LeMaster recounted.
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October 26, 2006
On October 23, 2006, CHARLES HOWARD SR., beloved husband of Florence "Sis" (nee Stefan) Burrs, and loving father of Joyce A. McClellan and John, Linda B. Plott and Roger, and Charles H. "Chuckie" Burrs and Dawn; dear brother of George Burrs and Nancy Messenger and the late Leroy and James Burrs. Also survived by five grandchildren and loving great-grandchildren. Funeral service at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue on Saturday 11:30 A.M. Visitation on Thursday and Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment Holly Hills Memorial Gardens.
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By Robin Miller | February 26, 1992
CHUCKIE is why I love Baltimore. He wears deadbeat clothes and he likes to drink, but he shows up to work every day, makes his mortgage payments on time, keeps food on the table and pays the utility bills ahead of the cutoff notices.Chuckie has problems, but he faces them without complaining. "My 16-year-old daughter is knocked up," he says ruefully, "but what are you going to do?" He looks around his neighborhood, a decaying area along Annapolis Road, and says, "This used to be real nice along here, but now the streets are full of junkies.
NEWS
December 24, 2004
On December 21, 2004, ADAM R. DEMBECK, beloved husband of Gatha L. Dembeck and the late Eva F. Dembeck, devoted father of Nancy M. Kindrick, Mary M. Thurlow, Paul A. Dembeck, Stanley J. Dembeck, dear stepfather of Walter Munshower and Arlene Bohlman, cherished grandfather of Lucy, Rachel, Adam and Andrea, loving great grandfather of Caitlynn and Chuckie. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories, Parkville 3-5 & 7-9 PM Sunday. A Funeral Liturgy will be held 9:30 AM Monday at St. Casimir's Catholic Church, 2736 O'Donnell St., Baltimore, MD. Interment St. Stanislaus Cemetery.
NEWS
By C. Fraser Smith | January 21, 1996
Chuckie Marsh died in a savage trade: a life for a name brand coat.He died Dec. 14 on a high school campus as he waited to board a bus at the end of the day. He watched as two men in knit hats and bandana masks arrived guns in hand, a surreal yet commonplace moment.As one of the gunmen grabbed for a $300 Eddie Bauer coat worn by one of Chuckie's schoolmates, a shot was fired. The bullet went through the coat, hitting Chuckie Marsh in the chest.He died an hour later in a Prince George's County hospital.
NEWS
April 19, 2006
On April 16, 2006 CHARLES G. DOLLENGER, SR. Survived by his sister Rita Branagan (nee Dollenger) and his children, Butch, Darlene and Andrew. He is also survived by grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He joins his parents Charles Andrew and Antionette Dollenger and his brother Chuckie. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the VA Hospital of Maryland on Greene Street.
FEATURES
By Cathy Collison | June 15, 1998
Chuckie's bestest interviewThe Yak had a chance to interview some of the Rugrats you know so well, including Chuckie, who is a big part of the Rugrats touring show. Remember, some of these words are just how the Rugrats talk, so they don't look exactly like they are in the dictionary.Chuckie, what's it like being on stage? Do you have to practice a lot?Well, I had to practice my singin' a little bit 'cause we sing some songs. Then when I finded out there was gonna be peoples watchin' us, I had to practice not hidin' under my bed.Chuckie, you get a little scared sometimes but then do brave things.
FEATURES
May 26, 1999
"I think `Lester's Creation' by Paula J. Bussard is a great book. It's about a lion who hurt his thumb on a hammer. The lion's name was Lester and he was a construction worker. What do you think will happen to his thumb? Read the book to find out what will happen."-- Tierra PattersonLeith Walk Elementary"I like the book `Rug Rats Blast Off!' by Stephanie St. Pierre because it is funny. The main characters are Tommy, Chuckie and Angelica. They are pretending to be in outer space. My favorite part is when Chuckie takes out the map and it gets messed up."
NEWS
December 24, 2004
On December 21, 2004, ADAM R. DEMBECK, beloved husband of Gatha L. Dembeck and the late Eva F. Dembeck, devoted father of Nancy M. Kindrick, Mary M. Thurlow, Paul A. Dembeck, Stanley J. Dembeck, dear stepfather of Walter Munshower and Arlene Bohlman, cherished grandfather of Lucy, Rachel, Adam and Andrea, loving great grandfather of Caitlynn and Chuckie. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories, Parkville 3-5 & 7-9 PM Sunday. A Funeral Liturgy will be held 9:30 AM Monday at St. Casimir's Catholic Church, 2736 O'Donnell St., Baltimore, MD. Interment St. Stanislaus Cemetery.
NEWS
By Dan Rodricks | August 18, 2000
POLICE recorded 309 homicides in the city of Baltimore in 1997, and one of them was the son of Catherine Pearson. Police have recorded 190 homicides in the city of Baltimore so far this year, and one of them was the son of Catherine Pearson. "I lost my oldest," she says, "and now I've lost my baby." Two sons, dead by gunfire in less than three years in a city that appears capable of anything but ending violence on its streets. The oldest son, Charles "Chuckie" Massenburg, died Nov. 1, 1997.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | November 12, 2004
Although it's not being screened in advance for critics - rarely a good sign - Seed of Chucky opens today with a built-in draw for Baltimoreans. Among the multiple victims of the murderous doll and his family is our own John Waters. "I get to be an accidental victim of his son, Glen, but Chucky is happy," says an apparently delighted Waters, who spent two days in Romania while his part was filmed. "I love the Chucky movies," Waters says. "I used to say in the press that it's the only movie I wanted to be in. I guess the director [Don Mancini]
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By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | April 10, 2001
Vitie Charles Atkocius Jr. is a sound Lithuanian name, but it doesn't sound like a clarinet player. So, every month for the past year a musician calling himself Chucky Valentine has placed classifieds in Baltimore's Music Monthly: I have played Karen Carpenter's songs 30,000 times. I play Motown, Blue Velvet classics and gravel pit blues. Call late. What happens to a man who plays Karen Carpenter's songs 30,000 times? Chucky Valentine has appeared in other forms, too. Chucky Rainbow Fountain Electric Valentine with diamond fingernails, golden fingers, silver palms, quick silver arms and mercury for blood is stuck at the gate with is altered clarinet.
NEWS
By Dan Rodricks | August 18, 2000
POLICE recorded 309 homicides in the city of Baltimore in 1997, and one of them was the son of Catherine Pearson. Police have recorded 190 homicides in the city of Baltimore so far this year, and one of them was the son of Catherine Pearson. "I lost my oldest," she says, "and now I've lost my baby." Two sons, dead by gunfire in less than three years in a city that appears capable of anything but ending violence on its streets. The oldest son, Charles "Chuckie" Massenburg, died Nov. 1, 1997.
FEATURES
May 26, 1999
"I think `Lester's Creation' by Paula J. Bussard is a great book. It's about a lion who hurt his thumb on a hammer. The lion's name was Lester and he was a construction worker. What do you think will happen to his thumb? Read the book to find out what will happen."-- Tierra PattersonLeith Walk Elementary"I like the book `Rug Rats Blast Off!' by Stephanie St. Pierre because it is funny. The main characters are Tommy, Chuckie and Angelica. They are pretending to be in outer space. My favorite part is when Chuckie takes out the map and it gets messed up."
NEWS
By GREGORY KANE | October 31, 1998
AFTER THE SMALL fry get done today -- trolling the neighborhood dressed in their cute little costumes and begging for goodies -- you might be inclined to ask yourself: "What's in this Halloween thing for me?"Adults are left to feast on a plethora of horror movies. Television serves them up throughout the month of October. For old-timers those of us over 40 -- television is the best bet. Current films offer nothing for fans of the horror movie genre.Look at what Hollywood gives us. One theme repeated at least a half-dozen times.
FEATURES
By Cathy Collison | June 15, 1998
Chuckie's bestest interviewThe Yak had a chance to interview some of the Rugrats you know so well, including Chuckie, who is a big part of the Rugrats touring show. Remember, some of these words are just how the Rugrats talk, so they don't look exactly like they are in the dictionary.Chuckie, what's it like being on stage? Do you have to practice a lot?Well, I had to practice my singin' a little bit 'cause we sing some songs. Then when I finded out there was gonna be peoples watchin' us, I had to practice not hidin' under my bed.Chuckie, you get a little scared sometimes but then do brave things.
SPORTS
December 31, 1991
RICHMOND, Va. -- Quinton Moody scored 10 points and Chuckie Lee grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Cardinal Gibbons (6-6) to a 46-34 victory over Benedictine (3-7) for seventh place in the Benedictine Capital City Classic yesterday.The Crusaders led, 30-29, after three quarters, and maintained a one-point lead with 5 minutes left, before a late spurt put the game out of reach.GIBBONS -- Dent 6, Dukes 8, Fleary 8, Lee 5, Moody 10, Queen 1, Rucker 3, Wojciechowski 5. Totals 15 12-17 46.BENEDICTINE -- Chapman 7, Crawford 8, Hoyle 8, E. Maynes 4, Puccinelli 5, White 2. Totals 15 3-5, 34.Gibbons.
NEWS
By C. Fraser Smith | January 21, 1996
Chuckie Marsh died in a savage trade: a life for a name brand coat.He died Dec. 14 on a high school campus as he waited to board a bus at the end of the day. He watched as two men in knit hats and bandana masks arrived guns in hand, a surreal yet commonplace moment.As one of the gunmen grabbed for a $300 Eddie Bauer coat worn by one of Chuckie's schoolmates, a shot was fired. The bullet went through the coat, hitting Chuckie Marsh in the chest.He died an hour later in a Prince George's County hospital.
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