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February 28, 1991
Claire Cotter Tumulty, 72, who lived in Homeland for many years, died yesterday of cancer at Johns Hopkins Hospital.A mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St.Survivors include four daughters, Claire Brown of Norwich, Vt., Kate Bell of Monkton, Mary Gill of Timonium and Alicia Connor of Baltimore; a sister, Dorothy Cotter of Washington; and 12 grandchildren.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | November 18, 2012
Robert James Cotter, a Johns Hopkins scientist and professor whose work in mass spectrometry has contributed to discoveries in health and science, died last Monday of heart failure at his home at HarborView in Baltimore. He was 69. His work, which earned him international recognition, led to advances in the analysis of chemical and biological substances. His achievements in the field of mass spectrometry "have led to major discoveries in cancer, immune disorders, infectious diseases and metabolic syndromes," said Philip Cole, director of the Department of Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences in the School of Medicine.
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May 8, 2006
On May 6, 2006, JAMES M. COTTER, 63, of Bel Air, MD, formerly of Portland, ME, Wellesley, MA and Medfield, MA, passed away peacefully at his home after fighting a courageous 27 year battle with cancer. A loving father, he is survived by five children, Kimberly Cotter-Selig, of Concord, James Cotter, of Dracut and Michael B. Cotter, Andrew P. Cotter and Maria E. Cotter, all of Portland, ME; and three grandchildren, Adam, Michaela and Aiden. He also leaves a devoted sister Kathleen Brogowski, brother-in-law, Theodore Brogowski and nephews, Theodore and Peter, all of Holmdel, NJ. A friend to so many, he will also be greatly missed by his son-in-law Ted Selig, of Concord, Kate Kutny, of Portland, ME, Catherine Quinn, of Newton, MA, and his many colleagues at the Parexel Corporation, of Baltimore, MD, who provided tremendous support during his final days.
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May 8, 2006
On May 6, 2006, JAMES M. COTTER, 63, of Bel Air, MD, formerly of Portland, ME, Wellesley, MA and Medfield, MA, passed away peacefully at his home after fighting a courageous 27 year battle with cancer. A loving father, he is survived by five children, Kimberly Cotter-Selig, of Concord, James Cotter, of Dracut and Michael B. Cotter, Andrew P. Cotter and Maria E. Cotter, all of Portland, ME; and three grandchildren, Adam, Michaela and Aiden. He also leaves a devoted sister Kathleen Brogowski, brother-in-law, Theodore Brogowski and nephews, Theodore and Peter, all of Holmdel, NJ. A friend to so many, he will also be greatly missed by his son-in-law Ted Selig, of Concord, Kate Kutny, of Portland, ME, Catherine Quinn, of Newton, MA, and his many colleagues at the Parexel Corporation, of Baltimore, MD, who provided tremendous support during his final days.
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January 14, 2006
J. MURRAY LOGAN, 70, on January 7, 2006. Loving father of Miss Maria Charlotte Logan. Beloved husband of the late Page Cole Logan. Devoted brother of Hugh Logan and the late Margaret Cotter. Brother-in-law of the late Jack Cotter. Uncle of Ann Millang (Torbjorn) and John Cotter. Grand-uncle of Julia and Jonathan. Services were held at the Christ Church Methodist in New YOrk, NY. Contributions in his memory may be made to Camphill Village, USA, 84 Camphill Road, Copake, NY, 12516.
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By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF WRITER | February 18, 2001
A Baltimore woman was killed last week in Minnesota while visiting a friend who was also slain, police in Austin, Minn., said yesterday. Mary F. McIntyre, 68, of the 3400 block of Parkside Drive was found dead Thursday in the Austin home of attorney Richard A. Cotter, 73, a longtime acquaintance, said Mower County Sheriff Barry Simonson. Cotter's son, Stacey B. Cotter, 23, was arrested yesterday in Minneapolis and charged with two counts of second-degree murder. Police did not supply a motive for the killings.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | October 29, 2001
Chris Cotter has an affinity for old things. His home in historic Ellicott City, built in the 1850s, has a castle-like tower overlooking the town, and the office for his advertising and marketing firm was built as a mill in 1822. But when it comes to the age-old creative process of brainstorming to come up with advertising ideas for clients, he looks to technology for help. Cotter Integrated, Cotter's Ellicott City firm, has created a Web-based program designed to automate and streamline the advertising process for the company and its clients.
NEWS
April 21, 1995
FIRE* Manchester: Manchester firefighters investigated a report of a fire on Ebbvale Road at 1:51 p.m. yesterday. They were out 20 minutes.* Lineboro: Lineboro responded to a field fire in the 2600 block of Cotter Road at 6:10 p.m. Wednesday. Units were out 80 minutes.
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By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Evening Sun Staff | May 8, 1991
The jury in the first-degree murder trial of Daniel Eugene Turner of Aberdeen was to begin deliberating today after one of its members was disqualified because of his opposition to the death penalty.The disqualified juror, Christopher Cotter, was replaced by an alternate. The Baltimore County Circuit Court jury had been expected to begin deliberations yesterday, but the disqualification of the juror, arguments from attorneys concerning the disqualification and lengthy closing arguments caused the delay.
NEWS
February 28, 1991
A Mass of Christian burial for Claire Tumulty, who lived in Homeland for many years, will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St.Mrs. Tumulty, who was 72 and lived on St. Albans Way, died yesterday of cancer at Johns Hopkins Hospital.The former Claire Cotter was a native of Washington and was educated at the Convent of the Sacred Heart there and at Manhattanville College in Purchase, N.Y.Her husband, Dr. Philip A. Tumulty, professor emeritus of internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins medical school, died in 1989.
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January 14, 2006
J. MURRAY LOGAN, 70, on January 7, 2006. Loving father of Miss Maria Charlotte Logan. Beloved husband of the late Page Cole Logan. Devoted brother of Hugh Logan and the late Margaret Cotter. Brother-in-law of the late Jack Cotter. Uncle of Ann Millang (Torbjorn) and John Cotter. Grand-uncle of Julia and Jonathan. Services were held at the Christ Church Methodist in New YOrk, NY. Contributions in his memory may be made to Camphill Village, USA, 84 Camphill Road, Copake, NY, 12516.
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By Jonathan Bor and Jonathan Bor,SUN STAFF | December 29, 2003
With many experts predicting the worst flu season in years, physicians are hard-pressed to say the bug shouldn't be taken seriously. But drowned out in the frenzy over fevers, vaccine shortages and missed school days are two pieces of advice, doctors say: Don't panic and don't overmedicate. Typical signs of the flu are headache, muscle ache, fatigue, exhaustion and cough, sometimes accompanied by a runny nose and sore throat. The vast majority of people will get better without lots of drugs.
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By Andy Knobel and Andy Knobel,SUN STAFF | March 17, 2002
Last year, Sandbox.com Inc. offered $10 million to any basketball fan who could correctly pick all 63 games in the NCAA men's tournament. No one made it out of the first round. This year, instead of offering gobs of cash, Sandbox, which produces Internet sports games, is offering the perfect bracketeer an opportunity to turn company president Larry Cotter's life into pure misery. "We're so sure you're not a hoops guru," a posting on the Web site reads, "that the Sandbox team will fly you and a friend to our corporate offices in sunny Virginia and let you do any one of the following to mentally and physically scar us for the rest of our lives -- but ONLY IF you can pick the PERFECT BRACKET: "1. Push us off the roof of our three-story building.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | October 29, 2001
Chris Cotter has an affinity for old things. His home in historic Ellicott City, built in the 1850s, has a castle-like tower overlooking the town, and the office for his advertising and marketing firm was built as a mill in 1822. But when it comes to the age-old creative process of brainstorming to come up with advertising ideas for clients, he looks to technology for help. Cotter Integrated, Cotter's Ellicott City firm, has created a Web-based program designed to automate and streamline the advertising process for the company and its clients.
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By Joy Green and Joy Green,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 8, 2001
Sometimes it's hard to imagine kids volunteering to go to class during the summer - but that's exactly what more than 300 children in Police Athletic League centers all over Baltimore County will be doing through Aug. 10. Since Monday, each of the nine PAL centers in Baltimore County has offered the new "Catch The Ball" reading program for interested young people ages 8 to 13, the first time the county police-sponsored neighborhood centers have presented...
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | April 9, 2001
On the heels of a Main Street beautification project, the Ellicott City Business Association is considering launching an advertising and marketing campaign to help draw tourists to town. Chris Cotter, owner of Cotter Advertising on Main Street, last week presented the executive board with an ad strategy for the Main Street business district and historic areas. Cotter said he volunteered to devise the campaign about a month ago after he learned about the ECBA's beautification project. "As a business person here and a resident, there didn't seem to be an organized effort to promote Main Street," he said.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF | August 30, 1999
About sunrise today, drivers will be revving up the school bus engines as some 75,000 students begin heading back to Anne Arundel County classrooms for the start of a new school year.The number represents an increase of about 500 students, spread across the system's 120 schools.Many will be greeted by new faces in the classroom -- 560 new teachers among the approximately 8,000 in Anne Arundel. Principals and school personnel have been scrambling to hire teachers to fill vacancies and register new students for the 1999-2000 school year.
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By Matthew Mosk and Matthew Mosk,SUN STAFF | April 25, 1999
As Michael Cotter darted like a squirrel across the high branches of a 90-foot white oak, the crowd in Druid Hill Park gasped with his every move."Look at that little rascal go," said Thomas D. Mayer, his neck craned and his hand held above his eyes to block the glare. "He makes it look so natural."What Cotter was doing in those trees, seven stories above the ground, was competing in an annual event called the tree climbing championships, a test of skill that's something like childhood mischief turned organized sport.
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By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF WRITER | February 18, 2001
A Baltimore woman was killed last week in Minnesota while visiting a friend who was also slain, police in Austin, Minn., said yesterday. Mary F. McIntyre, 68, of the 3400 block of Parkside Drive was found dead Thursday in the Austin home of attorney Richard A. Cotter, 73, a longtime acquaintance, said Mower County Sheriff Barry Simonson. Cotter's son, Stacey B. Cotter, 23, was arrested yesterday in Minneapolis and charged with two counts of second-degree murder. Police did not supply a motive for the killings.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF | August 30, 1999
About sunrise today, drivers will be revving up the school bus engines as some 75,000 students begin heading back to Anne Arundel County classrooms for the start of a new school year.The number represents an increase of about 500 students, spread across the system's 120 schools.Many will be greeted by new faces in the classroom -- 560 new teachers among the approximately 8,000 in Anne Arundel. Principals and school personnel have been scrambling to hire teachers to fill vacancies and register new students for the 1999-2000 school year.
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