August 6, 2004
On August 4, 2004, JOHN J., SR., beloved husband of the late Alice C. Codd (nee Mc Crink), devoted father of John J. Codd, Jr. and his wife Ellen, Patricia A. Heineman and her husband Walt, Karen M. Behrens and her husband Gary; dear brother of May Schellinger and the late Nicholas J. Codd, Jr; also survived by eight grandchildren and one great grandchild. Friends may call at the WITZKE FUNERAL HOME OF CATONSVILLE, INC, 1630 Edmondson Avenue (1 mile West of Beltway exit 14), on Thursday from 7 to 9 P.M. and Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Further visitation will be held at the St. Gabriel Catholic Church, 6950 Dogwood Rd, Baltimore, MD 21244 on Saturday from 9 to 10 A.M., at 10 A.M. a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated.
August 3, 2004
On August 1, 2004, ETHEL M. YINGLING (nee Codd); beloved wife of the late Raymond E. Yingling SR.; devoted mother of Raymond Edward "Eddie" Yingling Jr. and his wife Sandy and Thomas Howard Yingling and his wife Janet; loving sister of Doris Kwedar and William Codd. Also survived by her grandchildren Craig, Christopher and Jessica Yingling and her great-grandchildren, Brett Hampton and Kassandra and Chase Yingling. The family will receive friends Wednesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., at Mac Nabb Funeral Home, 301 Frederick Road, Catonsville (at Beltway exit 13)
December 1, 2003
One of the industrial workhorses of Baltimore's waterfront will soon get a new life as a focal point of the burgeoning Harbor East community. The E. J. Codd Co. building at 700 S. Caroline St., longtime home of a company that makes boilers and machinery, was sold recently to a group that plans to turn it into Baltimore's newest office and retail center. Struever Bros., Eccles & Rouse, known for its conversions of such historic structures as the former Bagby Furniture Co. building on Exeter Street and the American Can Co. complex on Boston Street, intends to invest $10 million to rehabilitate the original Codd building, which dates from 1881, and two additions completed in the early 1900s.
April 24, 2003
Teddy Edwards, 78, a deft and soulful saxophonist who was a mainstay of the Southern California jazz scene and played what is said to be the first recorded bebop solo on tenor saxophone, died of prostate cancer Sunday in Los Angeles. A fixture in Los Angeles jazz for more than a half-century, Mr. Edwards was relatively unknown elsewhere, although he had a following in Europe. Unlike Dexter Gordon, his friend and a fellow Los Angeles tenor saxophonist, he never felt the urge to move to New York.
September 30, 2001
St. Mary's, No. 3-ranked Broadneck and Northeast are Anne Arundel County's only remaining undefeated football teams, each at 4-0. St. Mary's, somewhat of a surprise this fall after losing several skilled players to graduation, outlasted No. 14 Cardinal Gibbons, 13-10, in overtime in southwest Baltimore Friday night. Broadneck beat No. 11 Old Mill, 14-13, and Northeast routed Queen Anne's, 30-8. Quarterback Marc Parreco plunged in from the 1 to give St. Mary's the win over the defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference champion Crusaders.
February 10, 1999
Brad Best, who turned a small Catholic school known for lacrosse into a county football power, and Mike Codd are switching football positions at St. Mary's High in Annapolis.With increasing duties as the Saints' athletic director, Best resigned yesterday as head football coach after 10 seasons and elevated his longtime assistant Codd to head coach, a position Codd held once before.Best compiled a 59-41 record (.590) with the Saints and won Maryland Interscholastic Association A Conference tri-championships in 1995 and 1996 and a C Conference tri-championship in 1990.