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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2002
Services for Lisa Renee Brown, a computer systems analyst and a fashion and sports fan, will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at New Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1501 McCulloh St. Mrs. Brown, 28, of Baltimore was found fatally shot Thursday in an apparent homicide in the Park Heights area. The family had to find a larger church for the services after hundreds of people contacted them, said her father, the Rev. Milton E. Williams, pastor of the New Life Evangelical Baptist Church in East Baltimore.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
Matthew T. Kellermann, a computer systems analyst and lifelong baseball fan, died Aug. 1 of a heart attack at his Ellicott City home. He was 53. The son of John L. "Jack" Kellermann, an American Telephone & Telegraph worker, and Ruth Bopp Kellermann, Matthew Thomas Kellermann was born in Baltimore and spent his early years in the West Hills neighborhood before moving in 1972 with his family to the Allenford neighborhood of Ellicott City. A 1979 graduate of Mount Hebron High School, where he was an outstanding varsity pitcher, he studied for two years at the Community College of Baltimore County's Catonsville campus.
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September 13, 2003
Kathleen Strickland Brown, who was a supervisory computer systems analyst at the Social Security Administration headquarters in Woodlawn, died of breast cancer Monday. She was 54 and lived in Owings Mills. Born Kathleen Lynn Strickland in Camden, N.J., she was raised in Oaklyn, N.J., and Haddon Heights, N.J. She earned her bachelor's degree in political science from Rutgers University in 1970. She began her SSA career in 1970, and during a training program met Bruce R. Brown, whom she married in 1975.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2010
There are 36 runners — 34 men and two women — who have run in every one of the previous nine Baltimore Marathons. Here's the story of five of those men, all locals who have different motivations and varied views on running 26.2 miles through the city's streets. The reluctant one Daniel Broh-Kahn hates running the Baltimore Marathon. "I'm miserable doing it," he said. "My shoulders hurt, My feet get tired. During the race I tell myself, 'The sooner I finish, the sooner I'm done.' And afterward, my first thought is, Now I don't have to do this for another year . "I'd much rather be at home, sitting on the couch.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
Matthew T. Kellermann, a computer systems analyst and lifelong baseball fan, died Aug. 1 of a heart attack at his Ellicott City home. He was 53. The son of John L. "Jack" Kellermann, an American Telephone & Telegraph worker, and Ruth Bopp Kellermann, Matthew Thomas Kellermann was born in Baltimore and spent his early years in the West Hills neighborhood before moving in 1972 with his family to the Allenford neighborhood of Ellicott City. A 1979 graduate of Mount Hebron High School, where he was an outstanding varsity pitcher, he studied for two years at the Community College of Baltimore County's Catonsville campus.
NEWS
August 17, 1998
Robert Lee Smith Sr., 66, computer systems analystRobert Lee Smith Sr., a Middle River resident and retired computer systems analyst for the Social Security Administration, died Thursday of liver and lung cancer at Franklin Square Hospital Center. He was 66.Mr. Smith was born in Severn and graduated from Glen Burnie High School in 1948. From 1948 to 1953, as an Air Force radio operator, he was stationed in Topeka, Kan., where he met Ruth LaDuke on a blind date in 1952.The couple married in 1953 after his discharge and lived in Severn before moving to Brooklyn in 1955 and Essex the next year.
NEWS
October 29, 1996
DANGERS OF THE Internet are becoming more apparent as use of the world wide computer communications network expands astronomically.That unregulated computer connection, enhanced by World Wide Web graphics, attracts roughly 25 million interactive consumers in the U.S. alone. With major efforts to install Internet linkups in schools and libraries, the potential audience will be even broader. There's an ever greater need for caution in navigating this uncharted ocean of communication.The recent murder of a Hampstead woman in North Carolina offers one such warning.
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By NANCY GALLANT and NANCY GALLANT,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 20, 2000
EVERY WEEKDAY morning, just as my husband steps out of the shower, a Metrobus rumbles past our house. "There goes Glenn," says my husband each time, "What an inspiration." Glenn Harwood is indeed an inspiration to hundreds of area commuters who make the daily trek from Crofton to Washington. He faces the same traffic, the same weather problems, the same Metro trains and the same crowds of jostling, impatient commuters that thousands of other area workers do. Harwood is a procurement analyst with the federal government's Small Business Administration, where for 10 years he has been a program manager.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2010
There are 36 runners — 34 men and two women — who have run in every one of the previous nine Baltimore Marathons. Here's the story of five of those men, all locals who have different motivations and varied views on running 26.2 miles through the city's streets. The reluctant one Daniel Broh-Kahn hates running the Baltimore Marathon. "I'm miserable doing it," he said. "My shoulders hurt, My feet get tired. During the race I tell myself, 'The sooner I finish, the sooner I'm done.' And afterward, my first thought is, Now I don't have to do this for another year . "I'd much rather be at home, sitting on the couch.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | April 9, 1999
For the past two months, blue and white "Team Caspari" bumper stickers began appearing on cars all over Baltimore.The bumper stickers honored Richard Wilson Caspari, a computer systems analyst who was stricken with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. They were the brainchild of W. Hugh Bagby Sr. of Stevenson, a longtime family friend who had a thousand of them printed and distributed to Mr. Caspari's friends."The idea was to form a prayer team, and every time we saw one of those signs, we'd say a prayer for Dickie," Mr. Bagby said.
NEWS
September 13, 2003
Kathleen Strickland Brown, who was a supervisory computer systems analyst at the Social Security Administration headquarters in Woodlawn, died of breast cancer Monday. She was 54 and lived in Owings Mills. Born Kathleen Lynn Strickland in Camden, N.J., she was raised in Oaklyn, N.J., and Haddon Heights, N.J. She earned her bachelor's degree in political science from Rutgers University in 1970. She began her SSA career in 1970, and during a training program met Bruce R. Brown, whom she married in 1975.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2002
Services for Lisa Renee Brown, a computer systems analyst and a fashion and sports fan, will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at New Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1501 McCulloh St. Mrs. Brown, 28, of Baltimore was found fatally shot Thursday in an apparent homicide in the Park Heights area. The family had to find a larger church for the services after hundreds of people contacted them, said her father, the Rev. Milton E. Williams, pastor of the New Life Evangelical Baptist Church in East Baltimore.
NEWS
By NANCY GALLANT and NANCY GALLANT,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 20, 2000
EVERY WEEKDAY morning, just as my husband steps out of the shower, a Metrobus rumbles past our house. "There goes Glenn," says my husband each time, "What an inspiration." Glenn Harwood is indeed an inspiration to hundreds of area commuters who make the daily trek from Crofton to Washington. He faces the same traffic, the same weather problems, the same Metro trains and the same crowds of jostling, impatient commuters that thousands of other area workers do. Harwood is a procurement analyst with the federal government's Small Business Administration, where for 10 years he has been a program manager.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | April 9, 1999
For the past two months, blue and white "Team Caspari" bumper stickers began appearing on cars all over Baltimore.The bumper stickers honored Richard Wilson Caspari, a computer systems analyst who was stricken with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. They were the brainchild of W. Hugh Bagby Sr. of Stevenson, a longtime family friend who had a thousand of them printed and distributed to Mr. Caspari's friends."The idea was to form a prayer team, and every time we saw one of those signs, we'd say a prayer for Dickie," Mr. Bagby said.
NEWS
August 17, 1998
Robert Lee Smith Sr., 66, computer systems analystRobert Lee Smith Sr., a Middle River resident and retired computer systems analyst for the Social Security Administration, died Thursday of liver and lung cancer at Franklin Square Hospital Center. He was 66.Mr. Smith was born in Severn and graduated from Glen Burnie High School in 1948. From 1948 to 1953, as an Air Force radio operator, he was stationed in Topeka, Kan., where he met Ruth LaDuke on a blind date in 1952.The couple married in 1953 after his discharge and lived in Severn before moving to Brooklyn in 1955 and Essex the next year.
NEWS
October 29, 1996
DANGERS OF THE Internet are becoming more apparent as use of the world wide computer communications network expands astronomically.That unregulated computer connection, enhanced by World Wide Web graphics, attracts roughly 25 million interactive consumers in the U.S. alone. With major efforts to install Internet linkups in schools and libraries, the potential audience will be even broader. There's an ever greater need for caution in navigating this uncharted ocean of communication.The recent murder of a Hampstead woman in North Carolina offers one such warning.
NEWS
May 12, 2002
The five best and worst jobs ranked in various categories, according to the Jobs Rated Almanac by Les Krantz (Barricade Books, 333 pages, $14.95): Best overall job: No. 1: Biologist No. 2: Actuary No. 3: Financial planner No. 4: Computer systems analyst No. 5: Accountant Worst overall job: No. 246: Seaman No. 247: Ironworker No. 248: Cowboy No. 249: Fisherman No. 250: Lumberjack Best working environment: No. 1: Statistician No. 2: Mathematician...
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