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February 3, 2006
April 28, 1917 to January 7, 2006KARL TALMADGE WILSON; was a former College Professor at Coppin State College in Baltimore, Md. He died on January 7, 2006 at the VA Hospital, after a short-term illness. He was 88 years old. He was a member of the United States Army. He attended Tuskegee A & M University and earned a Master's Degree from Loyola College. He was an active member of his community and was a member of the Madison Park Association. He was survived by a son, James Wilson; daughter, Patricia Cutchember and a granddaughter Tatiana Cutchember.
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June 17, 2012
I'm happy to hear about the economic benefits of having so many colleges in our city ("Collegetown, USA," June 14). However, I think citizens need to know about the price paid for this economic development. Loud parties every night of the week, no parking, improper disposal of trash and the pests that come with it, and the occasional rampage of vandalism through the neighborhood. All of this is business as usual for those of us who must live alongside the ever growing pockets of off campus student housing.
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NEWS
September 16, 2007
Orion Sr. and Sharon Jones of Hanover, MD are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Robin Diedra to Sean Roosevelt Cooper, son of Roosevelt and Beverly Cooper of Catonsville, MD. The couple was married at St. Mark United Methodist Church in Hanover, MD on July 14, 2007. A reception followed the nuptials at Windows on the Bay in Pasadena, MD. The bride is a graduate of Meade High School, has an undergraduate degree from Hampton University in VA and a Master of Education in School Counseling from Loyola College in Baltimore, MD. She is employed with Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Reporter | June 1, 2008
When she chose a small women's college in Baltimore, Jennifer E. Hale never imagined how the next four years would broaden her horizons and transform her outlook on life from bashful to bold. "In high school, I was a homebody, always afraid to branch out," said the North Harford High graduate. Her attitude changed on a pre-admission tour of the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. "I fell in love with this college," she said. "The minute I set foot on campus, the feeling that I could succeed there overcame me."
NEWS
December 28, 2003
Evelyn Edwards Andersen, a Long Green Valley homemaker who later in life became an avid painter, died Friday at Ginger Cove Health Center in Annapolis of congestive heart failure. She was 98. Born Evelyn Edwards, she was the daughter of Philip H. "Doc" Edwards, a former principal of City College in Baltimore. She graduated from Eastern High School in Baltimore and took classes at the Maryland Institute College of Art. In 1941, she married Lewis J. Andersen, a salesman of commercial kitchen equipment.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 31, 2004
La Nisha E. Mc Cloud and Jamaal S. Robinson were happily united in holy matrimony on July 17, 2004 in Montego Bay, Jamaica at Sandals Resort, where they honeymooned. On Sunday, July 25, 2004, the parents of the bride entertained relatives and friends from MD, DE, NJ, PA, NC, and MS, at the Forum in Baltimore. The bride is the daughter of Dr. Demark & Dr. Earnestine T. Mc Cloud, of Woodlawn, MD. La Nisha is an educator with the Prince George's Co. Public Schools. She received her Bachelor's from Morgan State University in 1999 and is a candidate for a Master's in Special Education at Loyola College in Baltimore.
NEWS
January 19, 1996
Sister Augustine, 91, Seton High School teacherSister Augustine Troy, a member of the Daughters of Charity who taught history and home economics for 28 years at Seton High School in Baltimore, died Sunday of congestive heart failure at Villa St. Michael in Emmitsburg. She was 91.The former Mary Pleasants of Long Green graduated from Seton High and entered the Daughters of Charity in 1923. She earned a bachelor of science degree in social studies from St. Joseph College in Emmitsburg and a master's in education in guidance and psychology from Loyola College in Baltimore.
NEWS
October 30, 2004
The Rev. Aloysius Robert Thoman, a retired Jesuit pastor of a historic Southern Maryland parish who was later chaplain of Mercy Medical Center in downtown Baltimore, died Sunday at a St. Joseph's University health care center in Philadelphia of complications from a stroke. He was 97. Born in Baltimore, he attended the old St. Paul Parochial School and was a 1925 graduate of Loyola High School, then at Calvert and Madison streets, where he developed an affection for mathematics and a talent for practical mechanics and electricity.
NEWS
July 8, 2005
Suddenly, on June 28, 2005, WEBSTER T. PATTERSON, while vacationing in Kitty Hawk, N.C. He is survived by his loving wife Lorna and daughter Jean of Baltimore, son Tom, daughter-in-law Suzi and granddaughters Kaitlyn and Caroline of Severna Park, brother Larry and sister-in-law Helen of Minneapolis, ten nephews and nieces, colleagues at Loyola College and in the Society of Jesus, and the community of his parish of 25 years, St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church...
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By David Nitkin | July 24, 2005
William Wingo Occupation: Pastor of Chestnut Grove African Methodist Episcopal Church in Street, Harford County. In the news: Wingo organized demonstrations on street corners near the exclusive Elkridge Club, which straddles the Baltimore city-county line, every morning last week. He hired the homeless to display signs demanding that the club accept black members, which it has not done in its 127-year history, and has created a Web log, www.powerspeaks.blogspot.com, to discuss the issue.
NEWS
September 16, 2007
Orion Sr. and Sharon Jones of Hanover, MD are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Robin Diedra to Sean Roosevelt Cooper, son of Roosevelt and Beverly Cooper of Catonsville, MD. The couple was married at St. Mark United Methodist Church in Hanover, MD on July 14, 2007. A reception followed the nuptials at Windows on the Bay in Pasadena, MD. The bride is a graduate of Meade High School, has an undergraduate degree from Hampton University in VA and a Master of Education in School Counseling from Loyola College in Baltimore, MD. She is employed with Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
NEWS
By Brooke Nevils and Brooke Nevils,Sun Reporter | June 10, 2007
I'm not going to lie: a key factor in my decision to come to college in Baltimore was the movie Sleepless in Seattle. Annie, Meg Ryan's character, is a Baltimore Sun reporter who inexplicably falls in love with a complete stranger - played by Tom Hanks - whom she hears on the radio. Convinced she's losing her mind, she seeks the advice of her brother, a professor at the Johns Hopkins University portrayed hilariously by David Hyde Pierce. Because of the movie, I came to the Johns Hopkins University and became an intern at the Sun. Sleepless in Seattle aside, I knew little else about Baltimore when I moved here four years ago. My first introduction to it was hardly as endearing as the film.
NEWS
April 27, 2006
JOHN F. DOWNEY, age 81, of Dunwoody, GA. died April 24, 2006. He was born November 4, 1924 in Baltimore, MD. He graduated from Mount St. Joseph's High School in Baltimore in 1942. He enlisted into the U.S. Navy for WWII and was assigned to an LST (Landing Ship Tank) as a pharmacist's mate in the South Pacific. While there, the V-12 course called him back to study at Princeton University, Swarthmore and the University of Pennsylvania. He completed his studies at Loyola College in Baltimore.
NEWS
February 3, 2006
April 28, 1917 to January 7, 2006KARL TALMADGE WILSON; was a former College Professor at Coppin State College in Baltimore, Md. He died on January 7, 2006 at the VA Hospital, after a short-term illness. He was 88 years old. He was a member of the United States Army. He attended Tuskegee A & M University and earned a Master's Degree from Loyola College. He was an active member of his community and was a member of the Madison Park Association. He was survived by a son, James Wilson; daughter, Patricia Cutchember and a granddaughter Tatiana Cutchember.
NEWS
By LIZ BOWIE and LIZ BOWIE,SUN REPORTER | December 21, 2005
Catherine M. Weymann used to be a quiet nerd, secluded in her college dorm room, studying hard. Then a hurricane swept through and changed her life. Weymann evacuated from Loyola University of New Orleans with two pillowcases of belongings and a scrapbook of her grandmother's memories. A few weeks and a plane ride later, she enrolled at Loyola College in Baltimore and started taking classes. Suddenly, the junior wasn't tied down in her hometown, and she began to explore the East Coast.
NEWS
By David Nitkin | July 24, 2005
William Wingo Occupation: Pastor of Chestnut Grove African Methodist Episcopal Church in Street, Harford County. In the news: Wingo organized demonstrations on street corners near the exclusive Elkridge Club, which straddles the Baltimore city-county line, every morning last week. He hired the homeless to display signs demanding that the club accept black members, which it has not done in its 127-year history, and has created a Web log, www.powerspeaks.blogspot.com, to discuss the issue.
NEWS
April 27, 2006
JOHN F. DOWNEY, age 81, of Dunwoody, GA. died April 24, 2006. He was born November 4, 1924 in Baltimore, MD. He graduated from Mount St. Joseph's High School in Baltimore in 1942. He enlisted into the U.S. Navy for WWII and was assigned to an LST (Landing Ship Tank) as a pharmacist's mate in the South Pacific. While there, the V-12 course called him back to study at Princeton University, Swarthmore and the University of Pennsylvania. He completed his studies at Loyola College in Baltimore.
NEWS
February 17, 1997
Rev. J. K. McCormack, 72, teacher at LoyolaThe Rev. John K. McCormack, who taught for 22 years at Loyola College in Baltimore, died of pneumonia Thursday at Loyola Center, the Jesuit residence at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. He was 72.Born in Washington, Father McCormack graduated from Gonzaga High School in 1942 and entered the Society of Jesus that August. He studied theology at Woodstock College and was ordained in 1955.He earned a doctorate at Gregorian University in Rome in 1960 and taught psychology at the Jesuit seminary in Shrub Oak, N.Y. He came to Loyola College in 1967 and spent 22 years as a faculty member, assistant prefect of studies, dean of studies for the evening college and assistant to the vice president for academic affairs.
NEWS
July 8, 2005
Suddenly, on June 28, 2005, WEBSTER T. PATTERSON, while vacationing in Kitty Hawk, N.C. He is survived by his loving wife Lorna and daughter Jean of Baltimore, son Tom, daughter-in-law Suzi and granddaughters Kaitlyn and Caroline of Severna Park, brother Larry and sister-in-law Helen of Minneapolis, ten nephews and nieces, colleagues at Loyola College and in the Society of Jesus, and the community of his parish of 25 years, St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church...
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